Calphalon Classic Hard Anodized 16-Inch Roasting Pan with Nonstick Rack
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- Durable hard-anodized surface sears, browns, caramelizes and deglazes with ease
- 16x13-in. hard-anodized aluminum roasting pan construction for superior conductivity
- Nonstick roasting rack is easy to use and clean
- Oven safe to 450-degrees fahrenheit
- Double-riveted stainless steel loop handles
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Want to find the best pan for making the ultimate gravy? Well you've found it! The Classic Hard Anodized roasting pan with nonstick rack features our hard anodized aluminum surface which is the ultimate surface for searing, browning, caramelizing and deglazing! The "V" shaped rack is easy to use and features a nonstick coating for easy clean up. Plus this makes the ultimate lasagna or casserole pan!
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The pan was light weight and thin enough that, on unpacking, I seriously considered sending it back. However, still willing to give Calphalon the benefit of the doubt (and with Thanksgiving looming), I decided to go forward. Another reviewer mentioned the pan warps at temps above 450 degrees. I didn't even hit that temperature, and the pan *still* warped. Drippings burn at the drop of a hat on the bottom of the pan (be it turkey, roast, or what have you. even if you add more liquid). Don't even think about putting it on a burner to make gravy after you have the main protein out.
I have resigned myself to having to up the budget to get a decent roasting pan. If you are really wanting to get a roaster for under $60, try another product (or even one of the disposable aluminium ones you can get at the grocery store for about $5 -- really, this one is that bad).
If you roast a lot your probably going to be fine spending more money on a nicer pan. If you roast a few times a year this pan will work great. There are no imperfections in the material and it is well made.
After dinner, we began the clean-up process and our initial concerns were validated. We managed to clean the original 5 year old pan without much effort, as usual. However, the new pan was a completely different story! The baked on residue would not come off with a Cello sponge that has the soft abrasive back. We tried heating the pan, letting it soak overnight with Dawn (per the instructions), and still the next day we took turns scrubbing the pan. What a poorly constructed anodized pan this is! You must either line it with tinfoil or save yourself a lot of effort by buying a higher end pan or a disposable one from the grocery store.
It's unfortunate to see that Calphalon has tried to cut corners and save costs by producing a lower quality product. If they feel they can rely solely on their past success and brand name, they will be sorely mistaken as their loyal customers jump to their competition such as Cuisinart or T-Fal, just to name a few.
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