Chicago Metallic Lasagna Trio Pan, 12-Inch by 15-Inch by 3-Inch (11-1/2-Inch by 2-1/2-Inch Cavities)
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- Nonstick coated steel
- Channels sized to fit standard lasagna noodles
- Custom-fit spatula
- Make up to 3 different recipes in one pan
- Dishwasher safe
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 15 x 3 in||5.5 x 7 x 2.75 in||14.75 x 15.1 x 2.75 in||12.2 x 16.1 x 11.22 in||10.75 x 15.78 x 3.5 in|
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|Size||—||1/4 Section||15.1 by 14-3/4 by 2-3/4-Inch||—||12 IN|
The Trio Lasagna Pan from Chicago Metallic has 3 separate channels allowing cooks to be creative and makes it easy to serve vegetarians or carnivores from one pan. A custom-fit, exclusive spatula is deep enough to get that great first piece with no mess. The width and length of each channel is the same as standard lasagna noodles, making lasagna building fast and easy. Can be used to make three dinners in one batch - tonight's dinner and two for future nights or for those unexpected guests.
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Some people have complained about the lack of instructions for cooking times. I did cover the pan with aluminum foil (needed to put 2 sheets together to cover the top). I found that 1 hour at 375 degrees turned out the perfect lasagna. This is 30 minutes less than when I make a traditional pan of lasagna. As a matter of fact I felt like it made just as much as a traditional pan. I was worried when I put the lasagnas together that it would be less, but when I put away the leftovers, I realized just how much lasagna I had.
Love the spatula that it comes with. The perfect size for getting out a nice piece of lasagna. The first piece didn't come out easily, but after that the remaining pieces in the row came out much easier and looked a lot better.
Clean up was a breeze. Nonstick at it's finest. Didn't need to soak the pan. I'm looking forward to finding more things to make in this pan besides lasagna. I'm thinking 1 meatloaf with 2 mac and cheese. You can never have too much homemade mac and cheese.
UPDATE: Made meatloaf, mac and cheese, and a pasta bake with meatballs topped with mozzarella cheese. Everything was cooked perfectly after 45 minutes at 375. Once again cleanup was easy. Now I'm trying to think up more combinations.
This is where this great pan comes in! I use the method from Fix, Freeze, Feast: The Delicious, Money-Saving Way to Feed Your Family(I think I have an older edition, the one with the orange cover) where you assemble the lasagna (with uncooked noodles) and freeze. I changed the method a little by lining each well with plastic wrap so once frozen I can pop them out and wrap them without the pan to save space in my freezer. I also use a different lasagna recipe (from allrecipes) but still use their concept. When I'm ready for lasagna, I just unwrap a frozen portion, place it in the pan frozen, cover with foil and cook. Great! I love it. You do need to adjust the time and I've read some reviews that you should fill the unused wells with water to prevent damage but I'm not sure about that. If anyone knows, please let me know!
Oh, one more thing. Some reviews have said the noodles do not fit in the bottom of the pan. I uploaded a photo showing that an uncooked noodle fits perfectly in the bottom of the pan. I'm not sure if cooked noodles expand and I'm not Italian but for the purpose of making quick, smaller portion lasagna for the freezer it fits my needs perfectly! LOVE IT!
Update 5/14/2014: I had to remove 2 stars from my original review because one of the compartments began to rust. I've only used this pan about 5 times and there is no reason for there to be rust or damage. I'm not sure how this happened as I have only used the spatula it came with and a soft wash cloth when washing. Very disappointed as it hasn't even been a year and this pan has not seen heavy use in my house.
But, for me, the best part is that I can FINALLY get the height of my lasagna correct!
I can also make three different kinds - a veggie, a meat-lovers, and one for those who like it all.
And I like the spatula that comes with it as it is perfectly shaped and won't scratch the pan.
The only downside is I am trying to get away from using Teflon and this has it. But it is the only pan I have with it. If I can find a stoneware pan like this I'll buy it in a heartbeat.
Love the spatula too which fits perfectly in each channel. If making lasagna, have it rest 15 minutes after taking it out of the oven so it's even easier to take out of the pan. The channels allow everyone to have an edge piece, which is the best part! I had no problem with the channel width being too narrow. I used regular Barilla noodles rather than their no-boil ones that some reviewers said don't fit in this pan. Plus, regular noodles taste better anyway! To save time for the noodles, you can soak them in hot tap water for 30 minutes, or like some reviewers said, you can add extra sauce. I also used 3 layers, and I think 4 would cause it to overflow.
The only thing I would love is a lid. I had to use 2 pieces of aluminum foil to cover the length. Other than the lid, I highly recommend this pan which is so versatile!