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double-decker crockpot pan - anyone?

Posted by jally (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 1, 11 at 1:23

Anyone know of a crockpot accessory identical to below crockpot pan, except made of teflon or stainless steel, rather than my makeshift cutout from a disposable 9" aluminum pan?

Note that it enables a ladle to access the soup via the 1/2 gap that's cut out, while enabling the upper-food to remain separate.

The rim of the disposable pan rests perfectly on top of the crockpot rim (with the plastic liner between, of course.)

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RE: double-decker crockpot pan - anyone?

Check in the Cooking forum. A ot of people have Nesco roasters that they use as crock pots, and maybe those have inserts. But Ive never seen it in regular crockpots.


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RE: double-decker crockpot pan - anyone?

Oh, you mean the Nesco 3-piece buffet, such as on amazon?

Not quite what I meant, but interesting. May I assume that my type of crockpot is outdated, so they'd never make such inserts for such pots anyway?

What a pity, cuz it'z very very convenient, if only the alum. pan were easily washable the way teflon would be.

I wonder if there's any regular teflon pans which are the exact dimensions of above pan, AND whether a metal worker could do the same for me with the teflon pan as I did on the above.

But go find a metal worker. And go find one who would do it affordably!


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RE: double-decker crockpot pan - anyone?

UPDATE:
OK, this discussion is continued on the Cooking Forum
(see thread via below link)

Here is a link that might be useful: Continuation of this discussion on Cooking Forum


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