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    Default Roasting Pan on stove top

    Can the roasting pan be used on the stove top after baking to make the gravy? I don't want to dirty another pan, but I don't remember what the manual said. Thanks!

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    Yes it can, It can be used for more than just roasting too. Huge lasagna's or a big brownie batch. Don't use higher than Med-Hi.

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    .... and you can brown up to ten pounds of hamburger in it. It's more than a roasting pan!

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    big batches of Rice Krispy treats too!!
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    Great, thank you all!

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    Ok, I am really bummed now. I want to do a prime rib. I normally start at 500 degrees, for 10 min., but this one is only safe to 400 degrees. Shoot, I wouldn't have bought this if I knew that! Oh well.

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    Quote Quote by KayPT View Post
    Ok, I am really bummed now. I want to do a prime rib. I normally start at 500 degrees, for 10 min., but this one is only safe to 400 degrees. Shoot, I wouldn't have bought this if I knew that! Oh well.
    I used mine for prime rib Christmas day - I found a recipe that calls for browning the roast first, then cooking at 250F until the temperature for the doneness you want. It came out great
    Melissa G.

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