Norpro Stainless Steel Vertical Poultry Roaster
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- Measures 8.75 inches x 7 inches/22cm x 18cm
- Stainless steel roaster holds up to 8lbs
- Roasts poultry standing up to allow fats to drip off
- Disassembles for easy storage
- Hand washing recommended
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|Material||Stainless Steel||nonstick-coating||nonstick-coating||Stainless Steel|
|Size||8.75 inches||1 - Pack||7.25 IN||Medium|
|Color||As Shown||Black||As Shown||Metallic|
|Dimensions||6 inches x 4.5 inches x 4.5 inches||7.5 inches x 5.5 inches x 5.5 inches||7.25 inches x 6.75 inches x 6.75 inches||10.5 inches x 10.5 inches x 5 inches|
|Item Weight||0.7 pounds||0.45 kilograms||0.25 pounds||2.58 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
Most whole chickens in the market are FAT, and this drains the fat off the vertical chicken very effectively. Also, all the juices are retained in the dripping pan. When the chicken is nice and crisp, we enjoy it but we put the dripping pan into the fridge. In the morning, we skim off and discard the hardened fat and freeze the nonfat drippings in a baggie to flavor future chicken dishes.
I've used the vertical roasters that are painted black, but the black paint eventually puffs and peels. This unit's stainless steel is durable, hygienic, and easy to wash.
Rating: 5/5 (excellent)
Cooking is in my blood, and as any hardcore foodie or professional chef worth their chops will attest, the ability to do great things with a humble supermarket chicken is often a reliable sign of excellence. The vertical open-cavity roasting method offers fabulously crisp skin on all sides of the bird, shorter cooking time, and because the thighs hang free, the inner thighs cook at the same rate as the breasts, resulting in a bird that's more evenly done than the classic "French-trussed horizontally roasted poisson" method taught in most culinary schools. The norpro roaster offers most of the same results as a rotisserie without the need for own/use a rotisserie.
* Simple, Fast & Easy to assemble.
* Easy stain-free cleanup (no coastings to worry about).
* Compatible with ovens, domed grills and smokers.
* Perfect dimensions, both height and width.
* Able to deglaze directly on the stove !
* Inexpensive ($12 USD). I own several.
* Very stable.
* Minor nit: it'd be better of the drip-pan's lip tilted inwards a bit, otherwise it's a nearly perfect design.
At one time or another I've tried almost every method of cooking chicken there is. For example, I was doing beercan chicken 15 years ago, long before it became popular. It was a nice evolutionary step forward in chicken cookery at the time, and it yields great results, but the chief problems with it are stability (risk of tipping), dismounting the bird from the can without spilling, and the inability to make pan jus. The norpro solves those problems.
One of the best features of the norpro is it's ideally sized drip pan.Read more ›
1. The bowl at the bottom is very small and with most chickens you'll find that it gets filled quite quickly. You'll need to have another item underneath to catch juices, especially when it comes to taking it out of the oven (unless you've got rock steady hands)
2. Once you've got it out of the oven, you've then got to get the chicken off the roaster. During the cooking process the insides of the chicken that touch the metal tend to stick a little so this is by no means an easy process, especially when you've got boiling hot liquid in the bowl underneath.
Other than that, I'd recommend it, but certainly not 5 stars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Years ago we had a couple of these and loved them. Then they disappeared into the shed when we remodeled the kitchen; it was just easier to buy new ones than dig for the old... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Kadee from Littlerock, CA
Love it. I had used a slightly smaller version for years. Returned to this and remembered all the reasons I like it so much. Very sturdy. Catches all the drippings. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Therese Michels
I love it. I brush my chicken with a little butter and the skin is crispy and delicious. I think this was an awesome buy for me.Published 26 days ago by Patricia D.
Makes roasting chicken so much easier for me with great results. Very even cooking. To make cleaning up easier, I line the bottom with some foil so that the juice collects in the... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Newbye
I find this easy to use and clean. Chicken cooks more evenly and the breast meat is more moist. It's great it can be dismantled for storage.Published 1 month ago by Coda
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