non-stick cooling rack

15.00 x 10.25 x 1.40 inch/38.00 x 26.00 x 3.5 cm

available at The Bay.

There’s a certain aesthetic appeal to a cooling rack that I like. I prefer a grid pattern to my rack so that cooling items don’t slip off of the rack, and the feet of this rack have good height, letting the air circulate around the pan well to cool it quickly.

An attractive and practical tool for cooling hot pans from the oven.

Cool your cakes, cookies and breads on this attractive, stackable cooling rack

  • The small weave means small cakes and cookies won’t slip through
  • 0.06 inch/1.5 mm thick carbon steel
  • Non-stick layer is FDA grade and PTFE and PFOA free
  • The non-stick surface is safe for temperatures up to 445°F/230°C
  • Hand wash only
  • Do not use peroxide, baking soda or vinegar to clean and do not scrape or use metal scouring pads. Avoid using metal tools, or other sharp tools, in direct contact with the non-stick surface to prevent its damage. Do not cut baked contents inside the pan.
  • Made in China

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anna's top tips

  • A cooling rack has uses beyond holding hot pans for cooling on the counter. I rest cakes or breads for glazing on the rack set over a baking sheet, and I also use it for my Crispy Baked Chicken Wings
  • When cooling a cake, you should first cool it for 15-20 minutes in its pan on a cooling rack - while hot from the oven, the cake is fragile and can break if tipped out right away. After 15-20 minutes of cooling, then the cake needs to be turned out of its pan onto the rack, to prevent moisture or condensation from forming in the tin, creating a sticky surface to the cake.
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Crispy Baked Chicken Wings

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