We are excited to announce our latest addition to our cookware collection - the 13.5-inch grill and roaster pan with vented dome cover. This heavy duty pan is perfect for cooking meats, poultry and vegetables to perfection. Its encapsulated bottom ensures even heat distribution, and the large vented dome cover can accommodate large roasts, chicken or turkey. The sturdy ergonomic handles make lifting and transporting the pan easy and safe. Whether you're grilling on the stove or in the oven, this pan is a must-have for any home cook. Get yours today and take your cooking to the next level!
Roasting on Top of the Stove
We have discovered a quick and easy method for cooking meats on the stove that will save you time and effort. By browning the meat first and then roasting it on top of the stove at medium to medium-high temperatures, you can achieve the desired doneness in a short period of time. This method is perfect for those who are short on time or do not have access to an oven. Give it a try and enjoy perfectly cooked meats in no time!
Roasting your meats on top of the stove is a healthy and delicious option. To get started, cover the pan, close the vent, and reduce the heat to medium-low. Wait for bubbles to form around the cover, indicating the proper cooking temperature. If there are no bubbles, the heat is too low, and if the moisture around the rim of the cover is spitting, the heat is too high. Sprinkle a few drops of water into the pan to check if it's hot enough to quickly brown the meat. If the water droplets dance, then the pan is ready. Place the meat in the pan and brown on all sides. With these simple tips, you can enjoy waterless, greaseless roasting on your stovetop with Health Craft cookware.
- Rare: Rest your left thumb against your left forefinger and press down on the soft fleshy part at the base of your left thumb with your right forefinger. That is what raw or rare feels like.
- Medium-Rare: Place your left thumb directly over the center of your left forefinger and press down on the soft fleshy part at the base of your left thumb with your right forefinger. That is what medium-rare feels like.
- Medium: Place your left thumb in between your left forefinger and your left middle finger and press down on the soft fleshy part at the base of your left thumb with your right forefinger. That is what medium feels like.
- Medium-Well: Place your left thumb directly over the center of you left middle finger and press down on the soft fleshy part at the base of your left thumb with your right forefinger. That is what medium-well feels like.
Deglazing the Pan
One of the most sought-after features by professional chefs and knowledgeable home cooks is Health Craft’s non-porous surgical stainless-steel cooking surface. The pan’s ability to completely release food particles (deglaze) adds the intense natural flavor of the meats cooked without the taste of contamination from the less expensive metals and coatings used in the manufacturing of most other pots and pans.
The chemistry of searing (caramelizing) the outer surface of meat is to cook it when it is nearly room temperature. When placed into a hot pan, the meat immediately sticks to the pan and the natural salts and sugars in the meat are drawn to the surface along with melting marbleized fat. This process not only provides intense flavor to the outer surface of the meat, but the melting fat lubricates the pan as the meat is naturally tenderized. The result, the juices are locked inside, and the meat removes easily from the pans surface when the searing process is complete. Secondly, the residue remaining on the pan contains intense natural flavor. When meat stock, wine or liquid is added (deglazing), the residue is released to form a complimentary au juice or simmered down to become an intensely flavored gravy or demy glace.