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Does anyone know what kind of trays/pans that most chefs use for prep?

They are smaller than baking pans, but I don't think they are sizzle platters, I see most of the Michelin starred chefs using them in their kitchens. They're smaller than baking sheets, but look similar.

asked by James Durazzo about 4 years ago
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Sam is a trusted home cook.

added about 4 years ago

"hotel pans" "half sheets" or "Quarter Sheets"
Go to a resturant supply store all those things are super cheep-Half sheet pans are 7bucks or less around here; some resturant supply stores are open to the public and you'll find some great deals--along with some very pricy item too.

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added about 4 years ago

I agree, you're definitely talking about quarter-sheet pans. I've never worked in a restaurant that uses them, but I've been to barbecue restaurants that use them instead of plates.

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added about 4 years ago

We got a pile of them cheap at an auction and use them all the time for party and catering prep and the deeper ones are great for baking ribs etc.

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