Nonstick Miracle Meatloaf Pan by Chef Tony
meatloaf's little secret!
A delicious way to surprise your guests and family! Easy to use and wash.
Do you really need this pan? I wish I had sent mine and one for my daughter back upon arrival.
As another lady said, it makes no sense. Useless, and takes up space.
Ask yourself how often you will use it.
My daughter wanted meatloaf one night and I used this and it was amazing. I highly recommend this pan. The possibilities are endless.
I do not understand all the negative reviews on this pan! It is well constructed and functions exactly as the presentation showed. Using 3 lbs. of meat, it makes plenty for a family of 3, with leftovers. I don't always use the stuffing function, but when I do, I have no problem with cleaning the lid. I highly recommend this pan!
love this product. Its so easy to use. it seals your meatloaf cheese and ingredients in so they don't ooz out. Love the rack too so simple to get out and plate.
love it, made regular meat loaf in it. Not greasy and slides right out. Must buy.
The concept behind this item is a good one, not allowing your meat to sit in the fat as it bakes, but it is too small to satisfy an average family of four. Maybe it will hold one pound of meat....maybe...and that's without anything you might want to add to the center. My family loves leftover meatloaf, but in this pan there will be barely enough for the actual dinner. It bothers me that I really need to order a second one in order to prepare a sufficient amount for a family of four. Then the price doubles and the item is too expensive for what it is.
I love my pan. Aside from the recipe book I create my own stuffed beef of turkey meat loaf.
Home Cooking Meatloaf
Have cooked meatloaf forever (who hasn't ) but didn't like the grease in the bottom of the pan, saw Chef Tony's pan on #ITKWD & said I'd give it a try, used it 1st time tonight & even my fiancee noticed the difference...
Works as Demo'd
Tony, Tony, Tony.... this thing is great. I asked my Wife to purchase this and tonight is the first time we used this. I purchased 1.5lb of Angus ground burger and 1lb of Italian ground sausage. Mixed it together and put it in the pan. Then stuffed it with chicken and portable mushroom raviolis and manicotti cheese. The Wife put lots of spices in the meat (no idea what, but they were great). Cooked at 375 for about 1.5hrs until it was 170deg. IT. WAS. GREAT.
The kids came in and said they could smell it in the other end of the house. They said they loved it and really enjoyed it.
Makes no sense
Took too much thinking for me. Not a good purchase.
Just received my loaf pan today so I haven't actually used it yet but I was very impressed with the construction of the pan. It is definitely a heavier gauge pan similar to what you find in ythe better dept. or specialty stores. My husband can't wait for me to make him a stuffed meatloaf from one of the recipes in the little booklet that was included. I am considering buying more to set them aside for Christmas gifts.