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Norpro Stainless Steel Vertical Poultry Roaster

by Norpro
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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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  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 4.5 x 6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00004UE87
  • Item model number: 266
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,967 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Norpro's vertical poultry roaster is designed to allow fats to drip off your chicken or other poultry as it cooks, leaving only juicy, flavorful, lower-fat meat. The deep drip tray collects the fat so that it doesn't coat your oven, although putting a baking sheet under the roaster is advisable for larger birds. The vertical roaster promotes even cooking, since all sides are exposed to the oven's heat. This configuration also makes the skin exceptionally crispy, a feature which will be lost on those who discard the skin for health reasons The drip tray and rack are both made of stainless steel, which conducts heat quickly and evenly. --Julija Gelazis

Product Description

Create the perfectly moist chicken or turkey with this easy to use vertical poultry roaster from Norpro. Fabricated from a stainless steel, it is durable and long lasting. Easy to use and complete with instructions, the roaster works by simply placing the poultry on the extended bars and baking. It holds up to eight pounds and disassembles for easy storage and cleaning. Ideal for cooking moist tender chicken, game hens and small turkeys, this vertical roaster is a perfect addition to any kitchen.


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Customer Reviews

Clean up was easy.
A. Scales
Fabulous chicken, every time; moist, tender, and full of flavor.
Jacqueline L. Kovach
Buy one you will not go wrong.
Mayhem

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

55 of 56 people found the following review helpful By J. Gilsdorf on November 4, 2006
I use two of these regularly and have given a number of them as gifts to people I really like.

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.
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Richard W. Bennett on December 27, 2001
This roasting stand is the first perfect method of roasting chicken. The fat drips off the chicken. The flavor will remain in the meat. This particuliar standing roasting pan is much easier to clean than others I have had. STRONGLY RECOMMEND!!!!!!
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 24, 2006
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This roaster is by far the best I have owned and is easy to clean vs. the other non stainless steel, one piece vertical roasters. I have owned 4 different types of vertical roasters over the last 20 years. The other roasters have many edges of the framework where dried and burnt poultry can get trapped and hard to clean. All the surfaces on this roaster are smooth and clean up with a scrub pad is fast and easy. A bonus is that a beer can can fit easily inside of this roaster, so you can experiment with beer or other liquid flavors for your bird.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Darby on November 28, 2010
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Product: Norpro Stainless Steel Vertical Poultry Roaster
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.

Advantages:
* 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.

Disadvantages:
* 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.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Robert Lesser on December 7, 2008
By reading the reviews you'd think that this handy item was the answer to all your prayers. Certainly it cooks chicken really well, draining the juices off nicely. No hestitation in recommending it for that. But the design has 2 flaws:

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.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A. Scales on May 4, 2008
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What can you say about such a simple item? I used Emeril's recipe for a vertical chicken roaster and it was yummy. I did brine the chicken overnight as recommended on another recipe site. I put the roaster in a cake pan to catch stray drips. To get the hot chicken/roaster out of the cake pan and onto a platter, I inserted a bent wire (cut up wire clothes hanger) into the neck cavity and hooked onto the roaster and lifted it out and placed in onto a platter (or else I would have had to use a lot of paper towels). From there it was easy to get the chicken off the roaster. Oh, before I took the chicken out of the cake pan, I used a turkey baster to suck up all the liquid (drippings and a little water) to prevent spills. Saved all that liquid, defatted and threw it in with the bones later to make some stock. Clean up was easy. I did PAM the thing, don't know if that made a difference. Also the wires come off for easier cleaning and efficient storage.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By sec682 VINE VOICE on January 30, 2008
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I was skeptical about how much better this could be over a regular roasting pan, and only bought it for the 4-for-3 promotion. I was wrong though - this is SOOO much better than a typical pan. I've used it twice now and absolutely love it. I can cook a 7 lb chicken to perfection in 1 hour. I find it's best at 450 for 20 min, and then at 400 for 40 min - the meat was completely cooked and practically falling off the bone! I do put another dish underneath it just in case, because you do get a lot of drippings, but I can roast potato wedges in that dish at the same time. Next time I might add a beer can or something in the middle. When removing though, make sure to loosen the chicken from the rack, or it can get a bit stuck. Oh, and it's really easy to clean. Absolutely love this!
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