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Roasting

Roasting

Whether you are cooking for two or for a large crowd, a roast dinner is always popular. Here at Spotlight, we stock traditional heavy-duty roasting trays in different sizes, as well as Pyrex, stainless steel and cast iron roasting dishes.

With a roasting rack, you can remove excess fat from the meat joint and get a nice overall crispy result.

Adjustable racks can be set to suit the size of your roast. Allowing your roast potatoes to cook in the bottom of the roasting dish will give them the benefit of all the juices coming from the meat too.

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Can I purchase items for roasting at Spotlight?

Roasting is when you cook your food in an uncovered pan in the oven, and it is a dry cooking technique. Roast chicken or beef for a Sunday dinner with the whole family, Mediterranean vegetables, perhaps to serve with some fresh salmon, or anything else. Whether you are making potatoes, beets, turnips and carrots or beef, chicken or pork, you are sure to find the roasting dish or tray that you are looking for.

How do I purchase this fabulous selection of roasting cookware from Spotlight?

To purchase roasting cookware from Spotlight, shop online and follow the instructions right through to check out. We accept all major payment methods, including Visa, MasterCard and PayPal and we will deliver right to your door. See here for more information regarding delivery costs and times. Alternatively, call into your local Spotlight store where one of our team of friendly assistants will be more than happy to help.

What is included in this range?

This fabulous selection of roasting cookware contains all the trays, racks and roasters that you could possibly need. Roasting meat helps to create a well-browned exterior and a juicy centre, and it is a simple way to cook. A heavy roasting pan will help to distribute heat evenly and produce gorgeously juicy meats and sweet roasted veggies.  Whereas, a roasting rack suspends food, as it is often used for meat that produces a lot of drippings, helping to keep the meat out of the juices. This is particularly beneficial when you are roasting a turkey or chicken and hoping for a nice crispy skin. Just pop it into one of our roasting pans and let your rack do the talking. With fabulously low deals across the range, shop our selection of roasting cookware today. 

Do you have any tips for roasting?

Roasting is probably one of the easiest methods as you pop your delicious meat or vegetables in the oven and they require little or no attention during the process. Always preheat your oven to the recipe’s required temperature to ensure successful roasting. Use low to moderates heats for a large roast to cook your joint evenly, and you can always turn the oven up for a little while at the end if you are hoping for an extra crispy skin.

If you are cooking meat for the juiciest, most tender, result, it is recommended that you allow meat to stand at room temperature for around an hour before putting it into the oven. Use butcher’s twine to tie up poultry and some joints as they cook, as this will help the meat to hold its shape.  A meat thermometer will help you to check when your delightful roast is complete without overcooking it and drying it out. All meat should for rest for between 10-20 minutes after you have removed it from the oven as this will allow the juices to redistribute.

How should I care for and maintain these roasting products?

Looking after your roasting trays and racks properly will help them to maintain their performance for longer, and there are a few things you could consider. Some of our trays are dishwasher safe. However, washing by hand is usually the preferred option to ensure optimum performance for longer. Please ensure that you allow the pan to cool properly before washing in warm water. If you are struggling with a particularly dirty roasting tray, bicarbonate of soda is a great way of getting rid of those stubborn parts and is also amazing at dealing with leftover grease.  For extra stubborn stains, leave your tray to soak in hot water and dishwashing detergent.

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