Mauviel® M’Cook Roasting Pan with Rack & Bonus Kitchen Towel
Five-ply, 1½mm-thick construction encloses a thick aluminum core between layers of durable 18/10 stainless steel for quick and even heating, making this the best roaster for creating pan sauces and gravies on the stove.
Features brushed stainless-steel interior, mirror-polish exterior, and cast stainless-steel handles. Measures 15¾"L x 11¾"W x 3¼"D and roasts up to a 25-lb. turkey. Pan is dishwasher safe; rack is hand wash only. Lifetime warranty. Made in France.
Special Bonus: Includes a beautiful, exclusive Mauviel dish towel.
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- Manufacturer: Mauviel
- Includes: Roasting pan, rack, and bonus dish towel
- Care: Pan is dishwasher safe; rack is hand wash only
- Use: Suitable for all stovetop cooking surfaces, including induction. Oven safe to 680°F
- Dimensions:15¾"L x 11¾"W x 3¼"D
- Capacity: Roasts up to a 25-lb turkey
- Material: Heavy-gauge steel and aluminum
- Warranty: Lifetime warranty
- Made in France
- Mauviel’s elegant, efficient pan is the perfect choice for fall roasting
- Induction-compatible roaster brings the latest technology from the legendary French cookware maker to the home cook
- Five-ply construction encloses a thick aluminum core between layers of durable 18/10 stainless steel for quick and even heating
- Best roaster for creating pan sauces and gravies on the stove
- Features brushed stainless-steel interior, mirror-polish exterior, and cast stainless-steel handles
- Oven safe to 680°F
Be prepared, if you're like me and want to keep the pan looking new, to spend some time cleaning the pan after you're done. Be sure to have some Barkeepers Friend at home. The spatters were on the inside and outside of the pan. After cooking, I filled the pan with water and let it soak overnight. Some substantial spatters left a stain, so I got the Barkeepers Friend out. Within a few moments, the stains were gone. I had to take a toothbrush and clean around the rivets for the handles. The exterior polishes very well. I did not put it in the dishwasher so I don't know if that's a better way to go.
I also noticed some scratches on the bottom of the pan after placing it in the oven on my rack, but I expect that. I have to believe my pan is getting a patina ;-).
This pan and I will be friends for a long time and I am so glad I made this purchase
Eureka, I'd found my roaster! A little more than I wanted to pay, even on-sale, but what the heck. Ordered it, received it (Oh how beautiful and solid), and cooked a turkey in it. The turkey was perfect. I poured off the drippings, added the fat back to the pan to make the roux on the stove top. OH NO, ALL THE DRIPPINGS RUN TO THE EDGES OF THE PAN. IT'S, IT'S CROWNED. THE BOTTOM IS CROWNED!!!!!! I called customer service and they were SUPER. Sadly, I've returned this and continue my journey to find a roaster that's as good as my old/ugly/dented/wobbly aluminum one. At this point, that journey seems even more difficult and elusive than finding the holy grail!!!! Whoa is me.
A little over dramatic? No, a LOT over dramatic!!! After all, it's just a roasting pan. I hope you've enjoyed this little story and have learned from it
Then I wondered if this pan wouldn't be great because it wasn't as thick as the normal roaster they offer. Save yourself the time. I bought this pan, plopped my 18 pound Willie Bird into it and this pan cooked the turkey evenly and faster--thanks to conducting the heat--and so beautifully. My only thought is to be prepared as your meat may cook faster...ours sure did. No sweat...turned the oven down...popped the other dishes into the other oven...and dinner went off without a hitch
Questions & Answers
Some other web sites have warned of thinner inferior name brand roasting racks like All-Clad and Mauviel being offered just prior to the holidays at low sale prices, but are not the same quality, thickness and weight of their non-sale priced roasters. I want to be sure I am getting the real deal at the sale price before I plunk down $$. I also noticed a comment about the All Clad tri-ply roaster also being offered right now for $159.00 that it can't be used on an induction range because the bottom is slightly domed. So my question is ""Are the brands we trust offering inferior merchandise at a 'sale' price just before the holidays""
Last roasting pan I bought didn't fit in my over due to the amount the handles protruded.
Is the material the same thickness and construction?