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Is there a splatter guard for oven use?

I love Judy's oven fried chicken, but my oven gets to be a mess! There are so many crispy skin chicken recipes that use very high heat, I'd love to find one.

asked by Sammy about 2 years ago

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SKK
added about 2 years ago

This guard is good to 450 F. At Sur La Table
http://www.surlatable.com/product/PRO-923722/Kuhn+Rikon+Splatter+Screens?affsrcid=AFF0005&adpos=1t3&creative=100012706408&device=c&matchtype=b&network=g&gclid=CPHPt-qIx88CFVKPfgodFToPVw

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Sammy
added about 2 years ago

I should have asked if anyone knew of a high domed splatter shield. The silicone flat one steams the chicken defeating the purpose of achieving crispy skin. But thank you.

pierino
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added about 2 years ago

AllClad makes a flat mesh one that's all metal if that's your concern.

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Sammy
added about 2 years ago

I need a high domed splatter guard. Thank you for your reply.

Teresa Bufton
added almost 2 years ago

I ended up making my own out of wire screen that you can buy at any home store such as Menard's or Home Depot. I cut off a large piece, folded over all of the edges several times, folded it up higher to make the sides at the height I wanted, cut up the corners, folded over and stapled into place. Then I cut two more small pieces and folded them several times to make handles and stapled them onto the sides. We like to make our meat in the oven on a rack with a cookie sheet under for the grease to drip onto, but when it hits the hot cookie sheet it splatters on the sides of the oven. I searched online and all I could find was round ones, and I wanted one that was rectangle to fit around the roaster or cookie sheet. I guess I should have made it better and patented it. LOL

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