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Bobbie Mayer 06-16-2016 09:29 AM

Crock pot liners in a Dutch oven?
 
Anyone know if these will work in a Dutch oven? I can get them locally. Seems like they would since it doesn't get hotter than paper burns.

Deb & Chuck 06-16-2016 11:10 AM

I don't know about that but there are liners for Dutch ovens sold a various places like Walmart.

Deb

The Minimalist 06-16-2016 11:45 AM

We're using the Reynolds non-stick foil in ours. Even my home made macaroni and cheese doesn't stick.

Exactly what doesn't get hotter than paper burns?

Bobbie Mayer 06-16-2016 12:35 PM

A pot set to bake at 350-400.

But I looked at them and decided not to try it.

Terry R. 06-16-2016 07:06 PM

Don't think so. Tried using in roaster oven at a higher temp and it melted.

paulw 06-16-2016 11:11 PM

Parchment paper works...

Terry R. 06-17-2016 06:25 AM

Parchment is wonderful for lots of things. I line foil pans with it when I freeze leftovers. I end up making it almost like a packet.

If I don't pop whole foil pan in toaster oven, due to lack of time, I can lift out frozen parchment packet and pop into microwave. I would imagine you could set that in crockpot and go about your day, also.

Talia 06-17-2016 07:55 AM

Second vote for parchment. It works great, and I don't feel bad about throwing it away because it is quickly biodegradeable.

Bobbie Mayer 06-17-2016 08:54 AM

Oh, good, I have parchment paper. (Just started using it for baking this year- man, what was I missing!! Great stuff!)

GMike A 06-17-2016 09:33 AM

Crock pot liner in dutch oven
 
As a side note I thought it would be cool to try a slow cooker liner in my pressure cooker. The cooker doesnt get above 250 so it should not have been a melting issue. The bag did not melt and the food came out okay;however, I noticed that now I had scorch marks in the middle of my pot where the heating element was and it burned or at least changed the materials ability to release food. In essence I ruined the pot's non stick surface by trying a short cut. I can get a replacement but I learned a lesson here and wont do that again. I still love the oven/slow cooker bags though. :hmm:hmm

john madill 06-17-2016 10:15 AM

speaking of pressure cookers.......
 
Tender Pressure Cooker for Microwave Oven 2.5 Qt Nordic Wear - Microwave Cooking Gadgets

I've been using one of these for over 30 years in my microwave. Cooks just about anything in under 30 minutes.

And although it is cooked in the microwave it is pressure cooked.

Just check the interior height capacity of your microwave to be sure of compatibility.


oops, didn't realize that link was for a used one. You can find them new online for about $60. It's by Nordicware.

WaltP 06-17-2016 10:53 AM

Amazon sells packs of precut parchment liners for Dutch ovens and they are not very expensive. I've been using them for several years. I sure don't miss having to clean out the cast iron any more, especially on messy things like bread pudding or dump cakes.

Walt

Bobbie Mayer 06-17-2016 11:36 AM

I'll check those out. THanks, Walt.

WaltP 06-17-2016 02:42 PM

https://www.amazon.com/Lodge-A5DOL-P...ch+oven+liners

EllPea in CA 06-17-2016 07:02 PM

Once you go parchment paper, you'll never go back. I line EVERYTHING, especially anything in aluminum.

Hubby likes the big Costco lasagne that comes in a foil pan. I turn it over (still frozen), and pop the lasagne out. Lay the parchment paper over the bottom of the food, put the foil pan back on. No baking in aluminum (very bad for your health -- aluminum has been found in the brains of Alzheimer's patients).


Once we've had several servings, I can just lift out the leftovers (still in the paper) and drop into a smaller storage container. If I do this carefully, I hardly need to wash anything. ;-)

Glenn Baglo 06-17-2016 07:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ellpea in CA (Post 593392)
No baking in aluminum (very bad for your health -- aluminum has been found in the brains of Alzheimer's patients).

As has pasta. Look at the brain. Mac 'n' cheese.

EllPea in CA 06-17-2016 07:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Glenn Baglo (Post 593393)
As has pasta. Look at the brain. Mac 'n' cheese.


LOL!

k corbin 06-18-2016 01:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ellpea in CA (Post 593392)
Once you go parchment paper, you'll never go back. No baking in aluminum (very bad for your health -- aluminum has been found in the brains of Alzheimer's patients).

My memory is going, I can feel it happening but I can't remember which way it is going :confused:

Terry R. 06-18-2016 05:00 AM

Since I use so much parchment, I purchased a box of 1000 sheets from a cooking supply store. The sheets are the size of full sheet pans. Since I use half sheet pans and smaller, that gave me 2000 sheets.

I bought it years ago, shared a lot of it, and use it regularly. I am still using the same box. My cost was around $35. Last time I checked it was the same price.

I line my foil pans, place bread dough on it, cut to size cake pans I am using, line dutch ovens, line foil when making hobo packets, etc. if you use parchment, it is almost like an investment.

EllPea in CA 06-18-2016 06:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Terry R. (Post 593433)
Since I use so much parchment, I purchased a box of 1000 sheets from a cooking supply store. The sheets are the size of full sheet pans. Since I use half sheet pans and smaller, that gave me 2000 sheets.

I bought it years ago, shared a lot of it, and use it regularly. I am still using the same box. My cost was around $35. Last time I checked it was the same price.

I line my foil pans, place bread dough on it, cut to size cake pans I am using, line dutch ovens, line foil when making hobo packets, etc. if you use parchment, it is almost like an investment.

WOW! I thought I was living big when I bought the big roll from Costco! I will definitely look for these sheets!


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