Food52 x GreenPan Roasting Pan with Rack
Raise your turkey game.
This sage-blue stunner that we created exclusively with GreenPan isn’t just for special occasions (though it could roast a 20-pound turkey to perfection with the included rack). We also love it for chicken or beef and vegetables, crowd-size lasagna, or even party mix. Wanna hear the best part? It’s got a nonstick Thermolon ceramic interior that’s PFOA-free—and it doesn’t release toxic fumes like other nonsticks do. That’s not all, either. This overachiever is oven-safe, and it’s tough enough for metal utensils and the dishwasher. (Oh, and that nonstick surface makes it a breeze to clean.) Amazed? Yeah...we thought so.
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Photography by Ty Mecham & James Ransom
Details & Materials +-
Stainless steel handle with brass finish, hard anodized reinforced body (for extra strength!) and Thermolon ceramic coating (no PTFE, PFOA, PFAS, lead or cadmium used). Rack is carbon steel.
Roasting pan measures 13” W x 16” L x 3” H without handles (20" L with handles)
Rack measures 10.45" W x 14.75" L x 4" H (2.50" H without handles). Can hold up to 20lbs.
Care & Notes +-
Suitable on all stovetops, including induction. Oven-safe up to 600°F and dishwasher-safe for added convenience. For long-lasting performance, cook on low to medium heat settings with a few drops of high smoke point oil (no extra-virgin) or butter. Nylon or wooden utensils are recommended, although metal utensils are safe to use.
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