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Norpro Stainless Steel 10X15" Jelly Roll Baking Pan Cookie Sheet Stainless Steel
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- Inside Measures 15 inches by 10 inches
- Made of high quality 18/0 stainless steel
- Raised edges for baking jelly rolls, fudge, and candy
- Even surface for baking cookies, pastries, biscuits, and rolls
- Great for heating party foods such as pizza, fries, and tater tots
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|Color||Stainless Steel||Silver||Stainless Steel||Natural Metal Color|
|Material||Stainless Steel||Aluminum||Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Dimensions||0.75 inches x 16.25 inches x 11.25 inches||1 inches x 13 inches x 18 inches||1 inches x 17 inches x 12 inches||1 inches x 15.8 inches x 12 inches|
|Item Package Weight||1.15 pounds||1.45 pounds||0.85 pounds||2.89 pounds|
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A little bit of adhesive is left on the pan after removing the paper. A dab of adhesive remover, a couple wipes, and it cleans off easily.
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Heating the pan to nearly 500 degrees (fish sticks like it hot, 475) caused it to warp (momentarily startling my fish sticks), but it does return to its normal shape after removing it from this infernal Hades like temperature. Please note that this is a temperature you would never wish to visit upon a non-stick pan. Over 400 degrees and non-stick becomes violently toxic spewing forth lecherous vapors that kill birds, and you know what they say about canaries in coal mines. Always best to stay away from non-stick, but I'm sure that's why you're considering the pristine qualities of stainless to begin with. However, the shiny surface is what attracted me (I like shiny things).
As a previous supporter of the noble qualities of this pan commented, GOO gone works admirably at removing the barnacle laden adhesive from the surface (only two small spots on this pan).
I am now secretly abducting all of our rusting and peeling non-stick in favor of Norpro stainless shiny things. Shh, my wife does not know as of yet, but she will thank me. Muwhahahahaha.
One (better) alternative is Chicago Metallic professional-grade large jelly roll pans -- available on Amazon, but also from Chef's Catalog (2 for $30) and at World Market (Cost Plus) stores. Costco also used to have a set of 3-4 professional-weight cookie/jelly roll pans even cheaper, so keep an eye out for those!
When I received this product I was surprised that the packaging did not mention 18/10. So I e-mailed Norpro, the manufacturer. They told me that it is 18/0 stainless steel. Huge difference. People buy 18/10 because testing has shown that it leaches little or no nickel, etc. into food.
2. It warps - easily and frequently.
3. It has a depression around the cooking surface (before the sidewalls) that is difficult to clean.
Very sorry I bought it - will probably send it to the recycling service.
This is definitely not worth the 8.99 that I spent for it. I'm putting it in the recycling bin RIGHT NOW!!! I wish there were some way that I could give less than ONE star.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Don't know why I . Waited so long, I've been using my stainless cookie sheets for 50 yearsPublished 3 days ago by Vic
These were thinner and flimsier than I expected them to be. The work for what I want, which is holding small soap molds. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Grimm
I like it that this does not have a toxic non-stick coating. The only downside is that sometimes if we cook something with a little oil, it can run down on the sides, smoke a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sherri Chandler
Haven't had the opportunity to used yet but looking forward to baking up some nice homemade cookies. Getting away from aluminum and find stainless steel much better to use.Published 2 months ago by Pookiekat