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USA Pans 15 x 6 x 1.5 Inch New England Hot Dog Pan, Aluminized Steel with Americoat

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  • Commercial Grade, Heavy Gauge Hot Dog Pan; 15 in. x 6 in. x 1.5 in.
  • Made of Aluminized Steel; Corrugation Provides Even Cooking and Extra Strength
  • Coated with Americoat; Silicone Coating on Top and Bottom to Create a Non-Stick Surface
  • Americoat Does Not Contain PTFE's or PFOA's; Silicone is a Natural Substance
  • Made by USA Pans in Pittsburgh, PA; The Largest Worldwide Manufacturer of Commercial Bakeware
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USA Pans 15 x 6 x 1.5 Inch New England Hot Dog Pan, Aluminized Steel with Americoat + USA Pans Mini Round Cake Panel Pan, 6 Wells + Fox Run Set of Four English Muffin Rings
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  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 6 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002UNMZQ2
  • Item model number: 1190NE-3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (113 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,259 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The USA Pans New England Hot Dog Pan is constructed of aluminized steel, the material of choice for commercial bakeries. Hot Dog Pan measures 15 x 6 x 1.5 inch. Provides space to make 10 buns. This pan is not only perfect for hot dog buns; it's also great for making hoagies and rolls. The metal thickness of this pan has been selected to allow for even heat distribution and maximum service life. No need for messy and unhealthy oil and grease. This pan is coated with Americoat. Americoat is a proprietary silicone coating. It provides a clear, non-stick, non-toxic baking surface, specially formulated for superior baking. It's FDA approved; it does not contain PTFE's or PFOA's. It is not recommended to exceed baking temperature of 450 degrees F. Easy care. To clean, simply wipe clean after use; soap and water are okay to use. It is not recommended that pan be washed in dishwasher because harsh chemicals can cause the non-stick material to breakdown in time. Dry pan completely, after cleaning. USA Pans is the newest line of bakeware developed by American Pan, the world's largest manufacturer of commercial bakeware. Pans are made of 65% recycled steel. Made in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Lifetime warranty. The maximum temperature for all USA Pans bakeware items is 450 degrees F and not 400 degrees F.


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Customer Reviews

The pan is very heavy duty with a good weight.
Becky in NOLA
I made my dough in a bread machine using a recipe I found for the New England hot dog buns.
Gwen
This is a heavy, well made pan, well worth the money.
Sandra

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

93 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Linda A on November 16, 2010
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I have a grain mill and I make all our bread products but pretty hot dog buns seemed impossible. This little pan solved my problem......until my daughter came over and swiped my pan. So I bought another one for me and now we both make pretty hot dog buns. One tip is to make smaller rolls than you think you should or they will crowd each other in the pan after rising. After making one overcrowded pan of buns you will figure it out and have perfectly shaped hot dog buns forever. Just hide your pan from your daughter.
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Update for Southern folks:

OK, after a visit from a cousin that lives in New England I have to edit my review. Being from the south I had no idea what New England hot dog buns were. Now I know. You don't try to form rolls out of the dough. You roll it out the size of the pan about an inch thick, let it rise and bake the slab of dough that is in the pan. When it is done remove it from the pan and then cut into buns. Then slice part way through on the top to have a place to put the hot dog. These buns have cut sides like bread and they are brown on the top and bottom. Just google New England Buns and you will see what they should look like. Now I like the pan even better!!! Thanks Ann!!
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52 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Annette Barnes on July 7, 2010
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Since I have to eat gluten free, I wanted to be able to have decent tasting hot dog buns. For me, store-bought have a sawdust taste and texture.

This pan worked great! I had absolutely tasty hot dog buns for this past Fourth of July. I used a recipe from a Donna Washburn and Heather Butts' Gluten Free cookbook (125 Best Gluten-Free Recipes) for hamburger buns.

The dough rose beautifully in the pan. It is a nice sturdy weight. It has a non-stick surface, yet doesn't appear to be a teflon finish. It washed up easily.

This is a great, quality product!!!
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By J. Sprague on April 8, 2011
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This pan is sturdy and comes with an Americoat coating. From what I read about it, this coating is proprietary and is non-toxic. It seems to be a great non-stick coating.

Others have written how they could not get the bread to break away from each other. The bread, when turned upside down, will have bumps and small valleys (from the pan). You turn the bread onto a wire cooling rack. After the bread is COMPLETELY cool, you can begin cutting it. The bottom of the bread becomes the top. You are supposed to cut half way down through the bread on each bump. That is for the opening you put the hotdog in. Then, you cut all the way through the valleys. This will cut the rolls away from each other. You then have the New England style rolls. The bread and the design of the pan is not meant to pull the rolls apart.

Once I got the hang of cutting the bread, they came out great. The non-stick surface makes the bread fall out of the pan.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Sin City Shooter on February 10, 2011
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I recently moved from CT to Las Vegas, and was surprised to learn that no grocery stores out here carry NE Hot Dog rolls. These rolls are perfect slathered with butter and grilled, then stuffed with Clams, Lobster salad, or (gasp) even Hot Dogs when the economy is slow! I found a great recipe for these rolls on the King Arthur Flour Website. They were easy to make, an are much better than the commercial rolls! We now enjoy East coast delights in the Desert. The pan is very well constructed, and will easily outlast me. Couldn't be happier with this purchase.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By cats1usa on March 13, 2011
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A great pan, allowing you to recreate those awesome old F. W. Woolworth CRUST LESS HOT DOG BUNS. I remember sitting at the lunch counter with Mom and Grand-mom, waiting for my hot dog, on a toasted hot dog bun. The buns were nearly crust-less. The cook would butter both top and bottom, lay them on the grill, and lightly toast the bun, while the hot dog grilled right beside the bun. Then, right before the hot dog went on, the cook would lightly butter the inside of the bun and toast that too. Talk about a taste explosion! Alas, in the 1970's and 1980's we started loosing the American Icon, F. W. Woolworth, along with them, their wonderfully tasty luncheon counters. The food was basic, GOOD and done RIGHT. But what I miss most of all, are these toasted HOT DOG buns and the MALTED MILKS. Ask a teen today if they would like a Malted Milk, you get a reply of, "Huh, what's a Malted Milk". Today's generation has no Idea of what good FAST FOOD IS! Everything is mass produced and the same nation, even world wide. Gone are these awesome tasty treats from a simpler time. But now I can make my own Buns, I don't have to import them at great cost from the East Coast. Thank You Amazon! Buy this pan, make your own dough, or thaw one of those frozen loafs and fit it to the pan, carefully cut the buns apart, butter the bare sides slowly toast and ENJOY a GREAT HOT DOG!!!!!
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Daneman #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 18, 2012
If you are from New England, you know that a hot dog BUN is NOT, repeat, NOT a hot dog roll, and nothing but a cut-sided, top-slit roll is good enough for your dogs (especially if you can get Schonlands, or if you are devoted to those weird red ones from Maine that look like Danish polser.)

The dog of course must be STEAMED. Not grilled. Not fried, not split and burned, even. And heaven forbid, fluorescent green relish, salsa or any other craziness. Mustard.

So if you are deprived of hot dog ROLLS, which by the way are also the officially received roll for "Lobstah Rolls" , you have to make your own. You push the bread dough into this pan, and then, before releasing the rolls, cut them away from each other, which gives you the cut sides, and the browned tops and bottoms. Slit from the TOP and insert your dog (or lobster salad. I suppose us Cheseapeakians could use crab salad, maybe it would work. It'd be heresy, but lobsters are not easily obtainable here except as frozen tails. And in Delaware, chicken salad is a local delicacy--you could substitute that for lobster, which would be a lot more affordable.)

The bread is a slightly sweet, oily dough that makes a soft roll: you can try this recipe:

1 teaspoon active dry yeast ( I use Red Star.)
1 teaspoon sugar
1/2 cup warm water
1 teaspoon salt
4 cups KING ARTHUR all-purpose flour and more for making the dough and flouring board (if you are from New England, you know why I put in King Arthur. If you aren't, trust me on this.
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