KitchenAid Gourmet Distinctions Stainless Steel 16-1/2-Inch Polished Roaster with Rack
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- A mirror polished durable stainless steel finish inside and out makes this roaster beautiful as well as functional.
- Handles are riveted securely to the side of the roaster for a confident transfer in and out of the oven.
- Raise roasting meats out of fats and oils with a strong, professional meat rack.
- The handles rotate up allowing you to safely and easily lift the rack and food out of the roaster, and rotate down for easy storage.
- Lifetime Limited Warranty
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|Item Dimensions||17.25 x 13 x 6 in||13 x 16 x 3 in||3 x 16 x 3 in||13.75 x 16.25 x 4.25 in||14.49 x 18.5 x 6.3 in||14.44 x 18.88 x 5.81 in|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Size||16.5"||16 inches||large||Roaster with V-Rack||Large||Large/16.5-Inch|
Exquisite piece you'll want to take out and use often. Beautiful enough to go from the oven to your table. Made of durable stainless steel for long lasting beauty and luster. Rack allows you to conveniently lift roast or turkey out of the pan.
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Other than the size limitation of an 18 lb. bird, the pan and rack are great and well designed. The roasting pan is plenty thick enough. Sure, it's not as thick as the 40 year old Revereware I inherited from my Grandmother, but what is now days that doesn't cost an arm and a leg? I made gravy from the drippings right in this roasting pan and did not have any problems. If your gravy burns using this pan, it's because your temp is too high and/or you're not stirring enough. I look forward to many years of use.
This is frustrating because I do most of my shopping online. Why aren't the actual pan dimensions given anywhere?? I can see that you need to know the overall size so you can fit the pan in your oven. But another thing you really need to know is the size of the food that will fit in there.
The pan itself seems to be fine quality, just too small.
The nicest feature about this roaster is that it's stainless, rack and all. I don't have to worry about scratching any non-stick surfaces with metal utensils. I can clean it with a scrub pad without taking off any coating. I read the complaints about not making gravy in this pan because it doesn't conduct heat evenly, but it doesn't work with ceramic top stoves (says this right on the box) so I would have to transfer the drippings to a saucepan anyway. I actually prefer this method for making gravy and this doesn't bother me.
Overall, I think this roaster is a tremendous deal. I think the non-stick pans and racks are a waste of money because eventually the coating will chip or scratch and you'll end up buying a new one. You don't need nonstick anyway, nothing sticks to this. It's durable, thick enough for my tastes, and less than half the price of Calaphon. Everyone at Easter dinner kept on commenting on how beautiful it is. Unless you have an extremely large family and need to roast more than 14-16 pounds of meat at a time, you can't go wrong with this pan.
Note: The material used to make this pan is not nearly as heavy as some others, e.g., All Clad. However, the cost of the KitchenAid is about one quarter of what a similar All Clad would cost and is more than adequate for oven roasting, as well as careful stovetop cooking.
Another bonus: We ordered this pan on Amazon only a week or so before Thanksgiving. With Standard Shipping (and a prayer) it got to us within a few days after ordering. Very fast delivery service and very well packaged. We couldn't be happier with our new KitchenAid Gourmet Roaster and this Amazon transaction.
1) The rack is about one inch, maybe less above the pan. I use broth to avoid drippings from burning. When I roasted a chicken sometimes the mead hangs between wires in the rack and touches the liquid. I wished the rack could be raised some how. I used a couple of cookie cutters to raise it and problem solved.
2) The rack handles tend to fell on the food you are roasting. There is no a mean to secure them to avoid this. Nonetheless, I just needed to be careful to avoid it.
Those 2 comments avoided me from grating 5 stars, but believe, it has an excellent price/value ratio!
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