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Veggie Roasting Pans?

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pongstress Jan 6, 2011 02:14 PM

Looking for a good pan for roasting veggies. Here are my requirements:

1) Dishwasher safe, easy cleaning
2) Large
3) Sliced veggies (occasionally diced)
4) Rimmed
5) High temp (no warping)
6) Good browning
7) Double duty (cookies?) would be nice.

Can you suggest good pans and where I can buy them (online preferred)? Is Wilton good?

thank you!

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    cutipie721 RE: pongstress Jan 6, 2011 02:22 PM

    Williams-sonoma goldtouch jelly roll pan?

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      topbanana RE: cutipie721 Jan 10, 2011 12:51 PM

      I have the regular version (aluminized stainless steel) and it's great for roasting veggies.

    2. Chemicalkinetics RE: pongstress Jan 6, 2011 02:42 PM

      I am thicking that you can get one from any local restaurant kitchen supply stores. They are inexpensive and extremely functional.

      Katom offers online sale for restaurant heavy duty baking pans:

      http://restaurant-supplies.katom.com/...

      1. Jay F RE: pongstress Jan 6, 2011 03:03 PM

        I use restaurant supply half-sheet pans, with sheets of parchment cut in half from full sheets. Maybe you can get half-sheet pan sized parchment, I just had full size so I cut it in half.

        I don't put them in the dishwasher, though. Sometimes all I do is rinse them off.

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          scubadoo97 RE: Jay F Jan 7, 2011 03:02 AM

          Exactly what I do. 1/2 sheet aluminum sheet pan lined with parchment. Nothing to wash afterwards.

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            dscheidt RE: Jay F Jan 7, 2011 07:21 AM

            You can get pre-cut half-sheet parchment, but it's sometimes hard to find. (And the brand the local people carry only comes in 1000 sheet cases, while they've got 50 sheet packs of full size.) It's also a little bit more expensive.

            If you look a bit, you can also get parchment cut to fit other commercial pan sizes, like 8 and 9 inch cake pans.

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              AdamD RE: dscheidt Jan 10, 2011 12:57 PM

              Yep half sheet pans. But I dont use parchment. Do you still get browning on the bottom?

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                scubadoo97 RE: AdamD Jan 10, 2011 01:32 PM

                Parchment gives you great browning on the bottom with easy clean up

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                  AdamD RE: scubadoo97 Jan 10, 2011 01:34 PM

                  Cool thanks. I will keep that in mind.

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            sueatmo RE: pongstress Jan 6, 2011 03:04 PM

            I picked up an excellent jelly roll type pan at Home Goods. In fact I go there often, searching for good kitchen items. What you find there will be discounted. And just like everywhere, there will some junk. But good stuff too! I have bought several high quality baking pans there over time.

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              KatoK RE: sueatmo Jan 6, 2011 05:57 PM

              My Costco occasionally has a package deal of 2 1/2 sheet pans and a 1/4 sheet. My most recent purchase was a couple of months ago when the manufacturer was Nordicware. Good quality and value.

            2. ivanova RE: pongstress Jan 10, 2011 01:40 PM

              I love my Chicago Metal jelly roll pans. Bought them online from Amazon. No warping and I use them for everything including roasting veggies. I don't put them in the dishwaher because they are a little to tall for my dishwaher.
              http://www.amazon.com/Chicago-Metalli...

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