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- HIC’s Roasting Rack for baking, roasting and broiling beef, poultry, pork, game, and fish, oven roasted vegetables, dehydrating fruit, and more
- Made from heavyweight chrome wire; durable and oven safe to 500-degrees Fahrenheit; won’t scratch surfaces; resists rust
- Elevates foods above fat drippings and juices for better heat circulation, even baking, faster cooking times, all-over browning, and less calories
- Reinforced footed base adds stability during the roasting and baking process; fits smaller baking pans and roasting pans perfectly
- Measures 10-inches x 6-inches; hand wash in warm, soapy water
- Holds poultry and meat above the bottom of pan for even roasting
- Rack measures 10" X 6" X 1/4"
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HIC’s Roasting Rack is an invaluable addition to cooking utensils and chef tools for cooking, baking, roasting, and broiling. It fits smaller baking pans and roasting pans perfectly. Foods are elevated above fat drippings so heat circulates more evenly for faster cooking times, all-over browning with with less calories. It’s perfect for beef, chicken and turkey, pork, game, and fish, oven roasted vegetables, like roasted beets, brussels sprouts, or butternut squash, baked potatoes, French fries and crispy bacon or dehydrating fruit for healthy snacks, beef jerky and homemade dog treats, and more. It performs beautifully for preparing lunch or brunch, holiday meals, party buffets, or foods for outdoor entertaining. Made from heavyweight chrome wire, it’s durable and oven safe to 500-degrees Fahrenheit. It won’t scratch surfaces and resists rust. The footed base adds stability during the roasting process. Always use inside a roasting pan or on a cookie sheet or baking sheet. It measures 10-inches x 6-inches, is easy to use and easy to clean. Hand wash in warm, soapy water.
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My daughter says that this works fine for them. Even without handles on both ends, they can get the meat out of the roaster a lot easier than before. So, they are happy and that makes me happy with my purchase. My note to sellers out there is to provide similar sized racks that are oval and that have wire handles on the ends to make it easier to remove the racks with food on them from roasters.
Fits well, but is a bit smaller than the original Nesco rack. No problem if it remains ruggedly good looking and cleans up well. I'll be buying a 2nd one if the long term prognosis of "wearability" lives up to its promise.
But there was one negative. It was bent up at one end pretty good. So it would not sit flat in my Nesco 6qt.Roaster oven like the old one.
I was able to bend that end back to sit flat. I'm sure it was just a fluke.
All's good now. Seems to be a nice rack btw.
The wire is heavy duty compared to some of my other racks and will hold a crock pot size roast without drooping. Only my turkey lifter rack that came with my T-Fal open turkey roaster is heavier. Caveat: I'm a household cook, not a chef, and I don't have knowledge of everything out there.
It fits perfectly in the bottom of my Hamilton Beach oval slow cooker with probe, Model #33966.
The legs are about 3/8" tall and I am using it in a slow cooker so liquid can drip below. Once in a while it is not quite enough lift because so many meats now are injected with broth. In a small roaster in the oven where the juices evaporate this wouldn't be a problem.
Am not a real experienced roaster, but have noticed that with the legs' mere 3/8-inch lift off the bottom surface, the underside of coated slabs of chicken or pork tend to be gummy upon full baking while the top crisps up nicely. Maybe I just need to turn more often, but can't help but wonder if a higher lift would give a cleaner roast to the bottom side?