I do a lot of cooking, and use my baking sheets all of the time. I absolutely love my new addition from Bellemain. It is definitely durable. Today we used it as a tray to pound my son’s National Geographic Gemstone excavation kit, lol. It worked great. Since it has the 1” depth to it, the pieces of dirt didn’t fly off for the most part. This is a half sheet pan. It measures out at 18” long x 13“ wide, and 1” deep. It is an aluminum pan, and heavy duty. It is quite thick. There is no bendiness to this pan at all. It has a reinforced, encapsulated steel rim, which makes sure of this. This pan has great heat conductivity, and unless your oven has real hot spots, should do even cooking for you. I get even cooking in our oven with this pan. I do a lot of baking, and this is a great pan for that as well. Your cookies will come out yummy cooked on this one. It is a pretty solid. You can carry all your food out for grilling on this pan as well. You can hold it only by one end, and it doesn’t bend at all. It really is a great, well rounded, and multi-use pan. We’ll even be making our homemade pizzas on this one.
I was afforded the opportunity to review Bellemain’s Heavy Duty Aluminum Half Sheet Pan, 18″ x 13″ x 1″, at a reduced cost, in exchange for an unbiased and honest review.
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I do all of my own cooking from scratch. I have no choice really, since I suffer from an immense amount of food allergies. Because of this I haven’t been able to serve my family ravioli in a long, long time, and they love it. I also can’t tolerate cheap, inferior cooking tools. I was really excited to get this ravioli maker the setup is definitely quality made. It should last a long, long time. The base is a thick aluminum metal base. It has the cut outs for 12 large square, ravioli. Each square is framed by a metal ridge. You drape your pasta dough over the metal squares. Then you take the nonstick plastic press, and push it down gently into the pasta, and then remove it. This leaves the cup indents for the ravioli. Then take a spoon, and add a dollop of your chosen ravioli filling. Now, it’s time to place the top layer of pasta dough on. You can use a roller or your hand, and press it down, working out all the air, and pushing the two layers together. Using a long plate or a cutting board, turn the press over to release the ravioli from the press. You can also just use your hand too. Then take a knife, or ravioli wheel to separate the ravioli and excess pasta. I do not own a ravioli wheel. If the pasta sticks to the metal frame, just tap it a few times. I am really happy with this ravioli press. It’s pretty impressive. Now, I really have to create a solid pasta dough, before making an edible meal for my family, lol. You can think both dinner and dessert with these. People make dessert raviolis as well. The finished raviolis are an inch square. This set needs to be washed by hand. The suggested pasta sheet size to be used with this press is: 14 inches long x 6 inches wide, with a thickness of 1/16th of an inch. I could not find anything I didn’t really like about this press.
I was afforded the opportunity to review Bellemain’s Ravioli Maker with Cutting Frame and Mold, at a reduced cost, in exchange for an unbiased and honest review. This product arrives as shown. In your package you will get 1 metal base and 1 plastic form. The directions are printed on the box.
If you would like to purchase this product, it can be found here on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01C7KWFBC?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_search_detailpage