Uncoated Sheet Pan by Chicago Metallic

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Ideal for sheet pan dinners, jelly rolls, bars, and cookies but can also be used to make one-sheet pan meals, roast vegetables, reheat leftovers

Made from heavy-weight aluminized steel for superior heat conduction and even baking; features wire rod reinforced rims to prevent warping.

Features a traditional, uncoated baking surface.

Constructed from commercial, heavyweight aluminized steel, this versatile pan is the same size as a restaurant 1/4 sheet and can be utilized for much more than jelly rolls. With its raised sides, you can use it to bake cookies, nachos or hot hors d'oeuvres, roast meats, or veggies. Place it under pie pans and casseroles to catch drippings and spills. Extra-strong, heavyweight aluminized steel construction resists warping and corrosion. Small, medium, or large.

All Chicago Metallic Commercial Bakeware is made to meet the exacting standards of commercial bakers and home cooks who prefer the tradition of baking on uncoated pans. Each pan is crafted from aluminized steel that combines the durability, strength, and heat conduction of an aluminum alloy. The uncoated surface offers good reflectivity for even dispersion of heat and more consistent, even baking and gradual browning. After repeated use, the darkening of the pan will actually enhance baking performance.

Product Features
• Commercial heavyweight aluminized steel construction for superior durability, strength and heat conduction
• Traditional uncoated surface for consistent, even baking and browning
• Raised sides to hold in grease and drippings
• Multiple uses, from jelly rolls to cookies to roast meats and veggies
• Rust- and corrosion-proof
• Freezer-safe; oven-safe to 550 F
• 25-year limited warranty

Additional information

Brand

CHICAGO METALLIC

Model

49150

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