Norpro Stainless Steel Vertical Roaster with Infuser
Last updated date: November 30, 2019
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Measures: 8.5" X 5.5" X 5.5"/ 21.5cm x 14cm x 14cm. Infuser capacity: 10oz. Roaster capacity: 8 lbs. Infuse herbs, spices, beer, juice or cider while you roast. Enjoy tender, moist and flavorful poultry. Vertical roasting is easy, healthier and more flavorful. Knocks down for easy storage. Instructions included. Dishwasher safe. Amazon.com If your last experiment with a vertical roaster led to the bird tipping on its tripod base and landing in the grease pouring out of its cavity, here's a chance to get it right. This Norpro model is versatile enough to serve as a horizontal 13-by-8-1/2-inch rack for roasts. And it easily but sturdily converts to vertical roasting by anchoring up to four hooked pieces to the slats of the flat rack, enabling two birds to roast on this roost, cooking evenly inside and out, with no danger of capon cartwheel. Flipping the bird, so to speak, is a thing of the past--there's no need to pull the rack out of the oven halfway through cooking--and you may as well roast two while you have the heat cranked up (put one in the freezer for next week). Cleanup is fairly easy, too; just be sure to use a nonabrasive sponge or squeegee to preserve the nonstick coating. --Tony Mason