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Chicago Metallic Lasagna Trio Pan, 12-Inch by 15-Inch by 3-Inch (11-1/2-Inch by 2-1/2-Inch Cavities)

4.7 out of 5 stars 260 customer reviews
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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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Product Description

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.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 15 x 12 x 3 inches
Item Weight 2.7 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.7 pounds
Department Kitchen & Dining
Manufacturer Chicago Metallic
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Item model number 26683S
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4.7 out of 5 stars 260 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #99,316 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#30 in Kitchen & Dining > Bakeware > Bakers & Casseroles > Lasagna Pans
#2,455 in Kitchen & Dining > Cookware > All Pans
Date first available at Amazon.com May 5, 2003

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By D. Ro on December 10, 2009
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First the PROS: I was really looking forward to getting this pan. I love making lasagna, and hubby likes his loaded with lots of meat, while I go meatless. I have always wanted to be able to cook just two rows of lasagna, one for him, one for me. But traditional pans basically forced me to make 3 rows at a time because each row leans on the one next to it and that is what keeps it all in shape and not sliding all over the place. So I always had to cook more than I wanted to at a time. Yes, I know that leftovers are not a bad thing...................But the problem for me was that to make a lasagna that big to begin with you have to make around 18 noodles at a time. It takes forever to boil that much water and you have to have a very big pot to hold that much water and noodles and keep them at a rolling boil for the whole 9 minutes. I actually have a huge pot that I store in my garage that I ONLY use for boiling lasagna noodles. Well, guess what? I was able to use my regular pot to boil the water and noodles since I was only boiling 12 noodles to make the two rows of lasagna. That was a real timesaver. To me, the assembly is the most time consuming part of making lasagna. This was much faster. And because the noodles fit the pan lengthwise to begin with, I didn't have to cut noodles down to size to fit. I have actually done that before when using 2 loaf pans to make us "individual" lasagna portions.

Now the CONS: It is actually wider than the width of average aluminum foil, so covering it while baking meant that I wasn't able to mold the foil around the sides of the pan to keep any sauce from boiling over. Might be better to think ahead and place this on a cookie sheet so it doesn't leave a mess on the bottom of the oven if you go really high on the layering.
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I thought this was a well-made product. Like others, I didn't like the fact that it tapered at the bottom and would have preferred that the wells be consistent. That being said, I made three different kinds of lasagna and they were all perfect. I tend to overfill my lasagna and the higher sides prevented anything from spilling onto my oven. I didn't use my usual lasagna noodles, for some reason these were a little wider, but despite that the lasagne turned out perfectly.

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.
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A bit pricey, but a great pan. It makes a LARGE quantity of lasagna, perfectly cooked. Each section is the width of a lasagna noodle which makes assembling the dish a breeze. The pan itself is heavy with a nice quality Teflon coating. Perfect for making some lasagna and freezing some of it.

Our recipe stated that it would take 90 minutes to bake, but it only took 60 minutes. The shortened cooking time is probably because of the compartmented pan structure, so be aware when using the pan to monitor cooking time until you get used to it.

Perfect for making multiple variations for picky family members or house guests! Highly Recommend!!

Update: 1 DEC 2009. Just had another EXCELLENT lasagna made in this pan. We really love it. Makes enough to feed us and freeze the rest.
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We have just rec'd our pan recently but ... are certainly ready to say this is a truly useful and high quality piece of cookware. If your family likes (or needs) menu variety you should buy this cleverly designed pan. The weight of the pan is substantial (not flimsy), the overall size is generous, and it has a tall collar at the top preventing spills. In addition the non-stick coating seems sturdy and, most importantly, works very well. Cleans up beautifully. The SS spatula included is exactly the right size and shape. We have made conventional lasagna in one section at the same time as two different high protein, low-carb versions. Everything was deliciously done, but when planning such variety you DO need to thoughtfully consider your cooking requirements for all three different recipes -- and select a *single* cook time/temp that will work. We had no problem with this key step, but just needed to think it out carefully the first time. We are now daydreaming about OTHER 3-part oven meals as well as other favorite foods we might prepare in 3 interesting versions, as an alternative to the "lasagna trio" idea. We expect to make GREAT use of this very clever and high quality pan in the years ahead.
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