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SEEING-TO-BELIEVE 11-03-2021 12:15 PM

ISO a metal net for roasting an eggplent on a gas stove
 
hi


another thing i'm wondering about


if i'm roasting eggplants or bell peppers on a gas stove, is it much better to put them on some sort of a designated metal net?


if yes, can you show me a photo of a good one?




thanks

dragnlaw 11-03-2021 12:36 PM

When I roast peppers on a gas burner, I just place them directly on. Don't have time to leave them as they need constant turning. Don't see the point in using something else.

Have only roasted eggplant in the oven.

SEEING-TO-BELIEVE 11-03-2021 12:44 PM

when i did it on gas without a net it got stuck to the burner head often.
i think i will try to find such net and will let you know later on.


they usually use these nets if i correct for the kosher process in internal chicken parts

GotGarlic 11-03-2021 12:44 PM

I have a gas stove, but I don't have the patience to roast peppers on the flame. I put them on a sheet pan under the broiler.

pepperhead212 11-03-2021 01:19 PM

I have a designated cooling rack for this, and charring peppers, but most of them I do outside on my grill or its side burner - in the summer, once my AC goes on, I rarely turn on my gas range! On the grill, I remove the grate on one side, and put the cooling rack right over the burners - this chars the peppers fastest, though the eggplants have to be done a little slower, to cook through, so I usually grill those with the grates in place, on medium. And for just one or two, I use the side burner.


karadekoolaid 11-03-2021 04:59 PM

Ive roasted peppers over an open flame, but to be honest, I think I prefer just stuffing them under a fierce grill (broiler) then putting them in a plastic bag to get the skin off.
Eggplant/aubergine - Ive got a ridged, solid iron skillet. Cover the aubergine with foil and add a few fruit twigs. Works a treat. Id not want to put aubergine directly on the flame, because they become very soft when cooked and just might split all over the place.

Janet H 11-05-2021 03:13 PM

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I think you could use almost any cooking rack (think cookie rack) but one this this is purpose built: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085BCT68N/

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SEEING-TO-BELIEVE 11-05-2021 04:09 PM

thanks

dragnlaw 11-05-2021 04:20 PM

Thanks Janet. I have put that in my cart. There are others cheaper, but this one seems to hit all the points I'm looking for.


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