Mrs. Anderson’s Baking Half Sheet Baking and Cooling Rack, 16.5 x 11.75-Inches
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- Mrs. Anderson’s Half Sheet Cooling Rack for baking bread and cookies, roasting vegetables, dehydrating fruit, cooling baking dishes and pans, and more
- Made from heavyweight chrome wire; durable and oven safe to 500-degrees Fahrenheit; won’t scratch surfaces; resists rust
- Elevates food to bake evenly, like veggies, fries and bacon; lifts bakeware and baked goods above counters for better airflow and faster cooling times
- Fits into a half sheet baking pan and on cookie sheets perfectly; cross-wire weave holds smaller items securely so they won’t crumble or fall through
- Reinforced frame easily supports heavier baking pans and casseroles; dishwasher safe for easy cleanup
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From the manufacturer
Mrs. Anderson’s 3-Piece Baking Set
U.S. Half-Size Heavyweight Aluminum Baking Sheet Pan.
U.S. Half-Size Non-Stick Silicone Baking Mat.
U.S. Half-Size Baking and Cooling Rack.
Half-Size Silicone Mat fits perfectly into Baking Pan
Transfers heat evenly cooking baked goods to perfection.
Half-Size Baking/Cooling Rack nestles inside Baking Pan
Criss-crossed design allows for air circulation while keeping food from slipping through.
Mrs. Anderson's Half Sheet Cooling Rack is the perfect addition to baking supplies for many baking, roasting cooling and food preparation tasks. It's designed to fit perfectly into a half sheet baking pan or cookie sheet to elevate foods, baking dishes and casseroles for better heat circulation to cook evenly. Great for baking bread, cookies, and other sweet treats, or dehydrating fruit for healthy snacks, beef jerky and homemade dog treats, or use inside a roasting pan for making oven roasted vegetables, like roasted beets, brussels sprouts, or butternut squash, baked potatoes, French fries and crispy bacon. Lifts baked goods and bakeware above countertops for better airflow and faster cooling times. Makes a great workspace for finishing foods, like decorating cookies, cupcakes, and so much more. Made from heavyweight chrome wire for durability, it's oven safe to 500-degrees Fahrenheit, won't scratch surfaces and resists rust. The cross-wire weave holds smaller items securely so they won't crumble or fall through the grate. Its reinforced frame easily supports heavier baking pans and casseroles. Dishwasher safe for easy cleanup. Hand wash in warm, soapy water. Brought to you by HIC Harold Import Co.
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This is the perfect size for the 6 qt pressure cooker.
This will be used as a rack to keep things off the bottom of the interior pot of the electric Instant Pot Pressure Cooker.
So, I started searching for a glass shelf but alas, none fit and if it did, it would have cost over 35 dollars. Soooo, then I got lucky and found that this baking rack has just the right dimensions and is also quite sturdy. It fits perfectly in my freezer as the new shelf, allows air circulation, takes up hardly any space, and can also serve as a cooling rack if I borrow it from the freezer.
Re: RUST....I often use oil, foil, or cooking spray and have not experienced any rust develop, and even if a bit does appear my scrubpad will remove it and as long as it is dried well, will usually not worsen, so rust is not an issue for me (especially at this price, sheesh). "The iron used in supplements is iron (II), AKA ferrous salts; rust is iron (III) (ferric). Iron (II) is water soluble, and completely bioavailable, whereas iron (III) is insoluble, and mostly passes through the digestive system untouched. It takes about three grams of iron (II) to kill a toddler, as opposed to hundreds of grams of iron (III) ". But, some live with Chicken Little paranoia and think that even a trace of something is "not worth the chance", despite common sense indicating otherwise. Working in the medical field proves to me that some rust occurring on cooking items, is a total non issue. Even if you had hemochromatosis, you still probably wouldn't have any worries. So unless large sharp flakes of metal are peeling up and off and then falling into your food, no worries mate.
I use it to set a bowl in my steamer to cook vegetables and fish. It works quite well for that purpose.
I hand wash and dry it immediately after cooking, and have seen no signs of any kind of rust or degeneration at the weld points.
Be aware that your mileage may vary, as a number of people have pointed out that the item represented in the listing may not be the item you receive as suppliers to Amazon seem to vary over the year.
Also, this isn't chrome or stainless steel. The magnet test shows it to be just the current stainless steel-like substitute used in a lot of products coming out of China...but that is OK if you know the difference. Wash it upon receipt, don't put food directly on it, keep it clean and dry, and yay! You've got another useful kitchen item.
For under $4 as an Amazon add-on...I found it well worth adding it to a purchase.