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Old 09-24-2016, 10:17 PM   #51
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I once used a cookie rack to bake the meatballs. I was thinking that they would brown all around better... well, they did. But it took me FOREVER to clean the bloody rack... NEVER again!!!
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Old 09-25-2016, 07:53 AM   #52
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That's too funny! I do it on the parchment because I find that way it is easier to scrape the fond into the sauce.
Really?! I find the parchment tears and that makes me mad. So, for me, it's much easier if I don't get mad
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I once used a cookie rack to bake the meatballs. I was thinking that they would brown all around better... well, they did. But it took me FOREVER to clean the bloody rack... NEVER again!!!
You know they make racks for meatballs, kind of similar to a chicken rack. Nonstick and all that. I understand about the cookie rack, though you could try spraying it with Pam before hand. You could also pick up a silicon rack like Kayelle found (and I bought one too). They are little pyramids. It's dishwasher safe and if you don't have a dishwasher, just put it upside down in something large enough to submerge it in, let it soak for a while and nearly all the gunk just sort of floats off, and the rest comes off easily with a scrub sponge.
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I am a soaker. Soaking is my friend and I use it often. Place the half sheet pan/cookie sheet in your sink. Place the rack upside down (feet up) in the pan and fill it with hot soapy water. Come back in the morning and it's really easy to clean.
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hmmm, spray and upside down soak... thanks!

why didn't I think of those things...
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I am a soaker. Soaking is my friend and I use it often. Place the half sheet pan/cookie sheet in your sink. Place the rack upside down (feet up) in the pan and fill it with hot soapy water. Come back in the morning and it's really easy to clean.
My sister always called this "giving the dishes and pans first aid."
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