Nordic Ware Extra Large Oven Crisping Baking Tray, with Rack, 21 (l) x 15 (w) x 2 (h) inches
- Pan made of aluminum with carbon steel rack
- Heat safe up to 400 degrees
- Pan made in the USA, rack made in China
- Hand wash with warm, soapy water. Extended soaking is not recommended.
- 20″ x 15. 97″ x 2. 19″ dimensions
Air fryers top the list of must-have kitchen appliances, but sometimes you just don’t have room for another bulky electric in your kitchen. Nordic Ware introduces this extra-large pan to give you a non-electric option for crisping up your favorite foods.
Measuring in at a generous 15 x 21 inches, this pan has higher sides than a standard sheet pan to keep food contained. Its sturdy rack, which is coated in nonstick for simple cleanup, elevates foods above the pan, ensuring air flow around every square inch of your fries, tots, nuggets, jalapeno poppers, and more.
Ever tried making bacon in your oven instead of on the stove? You’re in for a surprise, and we predict it’ll be your favorite way to make it once you try it. This pan is ideally suited for this purpose and holds an entire package of bacon. Drippings collect beneath the rack and air circulates above and below the bacon, resulting in the most picture-perfect (and delicious!) bacon imaginable.
The base pan can also be used alone for mega-sized batches of bars, brownies and cakes. It even doubles as a roasting pan for poultry and roasts. Made of natural uncoated aluminum with a reinforced steel rim for durability.
- Pan made of natural uncoated aluminum
- Rack made of steel with PFOA-free nonstick
- Pan and rack are oven-safe to 400 F
- The generous size will feed a crowd. Fits in most standard home ovens
- Pan made in the USA; rack made in China
- Hand wash with warm soapy water; dishwasher use not recommended as it may discolor the surface of your pan, though this is merely cosmetic in nature and will not affect performance; for easy cleanup, line pan with aluminum foil prior to cooking bacon; do not use nonstick rack under the broiler, as it can damage nonstick finish; use nylon, wood or silicone utensils with rack and pan to prevent scratching