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Wonderful Pan for Meatloaf
from Houston, TX
About Me Avid Cook
Comments about Nonstick Meatloaf Pan:
Makes delicious meatloaf! Drains the grease away from the meat. I would buy this pan as a gift for my granddaughter.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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coating comes off
By Wendy the baker
I will not be using this again after the coating came off. I had an other meatloaf pan similar to this. I thought this one might be nicer. I guess it is best to stick with my older one. I'm not using something that we are eating the coating.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
"I would buy this product again and agai
from Fayetteville, Arkansas
I use this for meatloaf & homemade bread. Perfect.
from EAST SYRACUSE NEW YORK
About Me Casual Cook
THE PAN IS JUST WONDERFUL BECAUSE THE MEATLOAF IS NOT "SITTING" IN THE GREASE.
I would buy this again
from Cincinnati, Ohio
This product works very well, easy clean up which is important to me (I wash my own dishes no dish washer) and the meat loaf was done with no greasy taste. Love it.
Will be giving this as a Christmas gift, but I could see where it would come in very useful. A little different for a cook's gift.
I would NOT buy this product again
from Whitefisn, MT
Non stick surface on the bottom of the pan that the meatloaf goes in came off. I will not use this again because I don't know what will come off on my meatloaf.
2 pc Meatloaf Pan
from Southmayd, TX
Great! I had almost stopped making meat loaf due to the danger in pouring off the grease. Wow! So Easy! Easy to clean pan as well.
This pan does a good job of draining the fat from the meatloaf. However, the top portion is too shallow to make a very deep meatloaf. I would like for it to have been deeper. Otherwise it is easy to use and clean.
Used it Sunday and it did a great job.
from Jeffersonville, Ind.
It worked great for meatloaf. The loaf did not soak in a pan of grease while cooking.