Nonstick Miracle Meatloaf Pan by Chef Tony
This is such a time saver! I make fried potatoes and talk about easy and fast!! As well as my cucumber crunch salad during the summer!! LOVE this and the time it has saved me!!
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While the pan is unusual, getting the blue plastic film off the lid is almost not worth it. I tried for quite awhile and finally succeeded. The film got down into the holes where the handle moves up and down. Got most of it out but took a long time. Still has a tiny bit the size of pin head. Gave only 3 stars because of the blue film. But, I do like the pan.
I used this pan yesterday on meatloaf. Put cheese in the middle. Works great. I made beer bread with it today. Works really good. LOVE it. I will use it more than I think.
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We used this pan as soon as we received it, and we loved it! I love the grease tray with the handles for lifting the meat loaf out of the pan. We put gorgonzola cheese in the well, and it turned out beautifully!
I've only used it once but my meatloaf was very good. Cleanup was easy. If you ain't got it...get it. You'll like it!
takes a ton of meat
It's a good pan but it takes at least 3 lbs of meat to make this work with the indentation.
Save your money
This pan did not work as promised, the well did not happen when I tried as directed, so I pushed the meat into the pan layered to filling very small indentation so I put the filling in and then tried to seal it all in, no go I even tried stepping on it, not happening so I just sealed it with my fingers. Just buy a loaf pan, Chef Tony needs to go back to drawing board. If I the return date had not passed, I would have returned it!!!
Looked beautiful on tv. Ordered the cinnamon. VERY disappointed when it came and the presser is PLASTIC. Was hoping for ceramic. Not very durable. Not worth the $16.00 plus shipping. Also I'm going to have to buy 3 to 4 lbs of meat to use it
WOW! Can finally make meat loaf.
For the first time in years, I can make a perfect meat loaf that doesn't fall apart. Thanks Tony, this is the greatest pan ever, easy to clean and make a perfect loaf and the fillings are great. Love this Pan!!!!!
Makes a great meatloaf
Followed the basic beef recipe however used beef, veal, pork. Added extra ingredients - one cup of flour, dried garlic slices and three egg yokes. Remember to mix wet and dry separately with large sauce spoon, not hands. Added cheddar cheese inside.
Rested for 2 hours in fridge. In hot oven for 65 minutes. Cooled down for two hours. It did not fall apart. Tasted great. Sliced on a roll with catsup .... the best!
Big Family Pan
You need almost 3 pounds of chopped meat to make a stuffed meatloaf. I will use it without using the well making property. It is a very nice pan and it does keep the fat away from the meat. Would love to see a small version that would use less meat. There are only two of us and we can just eat so much leftovers.
Meatloaf cooked evenly. Inside was juicy and did not fall apart. I bought two. Made one with leftover mac and cheese. Came out perfect!