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Nordic Ware Bacon Tray / Food Defroster (10 X 12) Large Slanted
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Nordic Ware Bacon Tray / Food Defroster (10 X 12) Large Slanted

SKU:

NW60150

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Description:

The Nordic Ware Microwave Large Slanted Bacon Tray is designed to drain grease away from meat, for crispy, delicious bacon and sausage.

Features:

The Nordic Ware Large Slanted Bacon Tray cooks crispy bacon and sausage


Slanted design drains away fat and grease


Nordic Ware Microwave Cookware is a complete line of microwave basics


Made from BPA-free, microwave-safe plastic that won't melt


Cookware easily go from the freezer to the microwave to the table


Product Details:
Product Length: 1.31 inches
Product Width: 10.25 inches
Product Height: 12.0 inches
Product Weight: 1.0 pounds
Package Length: 12.7 inches
Package Width: 11.7 inches
Package Height: 5.0 inches
Package Weight: 1.4 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 283 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 4.5 ( 283 customer reviews )
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

96 of 107 found the following review helpful:

4Don't be a doofus like me!Aug 25, 2007
By Shelley Ryan "Killer Webinars"
I've given this a good rating because I remember using my mom's eons ago, and I was happy to see that I could order one for myself decades later! But I goofed up. I didn't take into consideration the DIAGONAL measurement of this item, and it's too big to TURN in my microwave. So... make sure YOUR microwave has at least 16 inches of clearance inside if you want your bacon to spin. Duh.

UPDATE, ONE YEAR LATER: I did buy a smaller version of this tray, but I decided I like cooking bacon in the oven way better than the 'wave, even though it takes more time. Get a baking sheet with a cooling rack that fits inside (very cheap at a restaurant supply) and lay the bacon strips on top. Put it into a cold oven and set for 400 degrees. It takes about 15-20 minutes, but the results are crispier, flatter, and yummier (especially if you brush the strips with maple syrup the last few minutes of cooking). All the drippings are caught in the tray, which you can pour into a container pretty easily. Pork fat rules!

22 of 23 found the following review helpful:

3Slanted Bacon TrayFeb 24, 2006
By P. Johnson
The tray works well enough. However, it would drain better if the feet were taller on the top end so that it was higher than the end with the collection area. I do like using the tray for defrosting.

15 of 16 found the following review helpful:

5It's terrific!Aug 08, 2007
By jbmacf "ldrshipguru"
I've had one for years and accidently threw it away. Was delighted to find it on the web, as I haven't seen it in the stores for a long time. Suggestion: Place a paper towel under the bacon while microwaving to ensure easy clean-up!

21 of 24 found the following review helpful:

5Perfect every timeOct 16, 2005
By J. Loomis
Been using this for years... Makes perfect bacon without all the grease.

6 of 7 found the following review helpful:

4good for the priceMar 30, 2007
By Amanda Kempf
I was looking for a basic microwavable bacon tray...I went with this for its large size and small price. Being dishwasher safe is great, but I do think the design could have used a little work...the slant should be steeper and the reservoir should be at the bottom of the slant! But even as is, I think this product probably works better than most.

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