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Broiler pans

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Wayne02, Jan 22, 2004.

  1. Wayne02


    Dec 13, 2001
    What is the hot ticket for broiler pans these days? I have a really old metal one that has seen much better days. It is a pain to clean up and needs replaced.

    Do they make broiler pans with teflon coating, or will that not stand up to the heat? What are the options with regards to broiler pans?

  2. rdsharp


    Mar 4, 2002
    I have two that I use on a regular basis. The large one (regular size broiler pan) does have a nonstick finish on the top surface. It's easy to clean, relatively speaking, ans I use it for ribs, or other sauced meats, primarily. I also have a smaller pan. It has a stainless bottom, and a cast iron grill surface. It works very well for steak, chops or burgers (for one or two people), but it is more of a pain to clean. I got both from either Williams Sonoma or other major cooking equipment catalog.