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Overview

About Kaiser Nonstick French Fry Sheet

Overstock. Make crispy golden fries, tasty fish sticks and more in the oven with Kaiser's Nonstick French Fry sheet, a healthy alternative to deep-frying. The thermal bottom is perforated for heat circulation and even cooking without having to turn food over, and the nonstick coating cleans easily.

Specs

Specs about Kaiser Nonstick French Fry Sheet

  • Weight: 14.7 oz.
  • Material: Metal with nonstick coating
  • Height: 1"
  • Length: 15-1/4"
  • Width: 13-1/2"
  • Special washing: Hand wash
  • Made in Germany

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4.166666 5 Overall Rating: 4.2 Based on 6 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Verified Buyer Reviewed by Fractals rule! from Nevada on Thursday, September 8, 2016
Crisps food up that needs crisping. Does a great job on sweet potato fries without burning them where they meet the pan. I've never used this type of baking sheet so did some reading and thought I'd pass the wisdom on. Use high flashpoint oils, i.e. coconut or rice bran and don't use the non-stick b... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Nancy from MI on Tuesday, December 13, 2016
    Ordered 2 pans to accommodate a lot of frozen fries or fish sticks and patties to feed growing teenagers!
  • Reviewed by 2Cats from At the Beach CA on Friday, December 9, 2016
    With this nonstick french fry sheet. Cleverly engineered with a groove at one end and the perfectly browned fries slide on to the plate--viola!!!! no more mess. I love it.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Fractals rule! from Nevada on Thursday, September 8, 2016
    Crisps food up that needs crisping. Does a great job on sweet potato fries without burning them where they meet the pan. I've never used this type of baking sheet so did some reading and thought I'd pass the wisdom on. Use high flashpoint oils, i.e. coconut or rice bran and don't use the non-stick baking spray with the lecithin to avoid discoloring the pan. Wash between uses to avoid oil buildup which even microscopically affects the non stick properties of the coating. I liked the one I bought enough to buy another one for those big batches or multiple uses. It is a lightweight sheet but doesn't warp with high heat and frozen product.
  • Reviewed by mmtt from bay area on Sunday, August 28, 2016
    No drip pan as another viewer had mentioned. Not super important if the foods you are baking/reheating aren't too greasy. My pan arrived with several dents that I discovered after I removed the sticker. I'm not sure it's much better than using a rack over a cookie sheet in regards to performance, but it is easy to clean.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by TedT from Garfield Hts., Oh. on Saturday, August 20, 2016
    Haven't tried this pan yet. Trying to determine how to prevent drippings inside the oven since pan is perforated with no catch pan. Seems like it would cook more evenly, but if you place on another pan you won't get the even cooking. Don't want to have drippings all over the oven. Seems like a quality made pan.

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About Kaiser

For more than 90 years, the Kaiser bakeware company has continued to produce a wide range of superior baking supplies, including cookie sheets, bunt pants, muffin pans, cookie cutters, cake decorating supplies and more. Today, this well-known German brand is one of the largest manufacturers of first-rate bakeware in Europe, and Kaiser now offers its fantastic products in over thirty countries worldwide. When it comes to home baking, a Kaiser cookie sheet or bunt pan will give you an edge in the kitchen, allowing you to create fantastic meals and deserts like a pro. Ready to get cooking?