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Small roasting tin that can also go on an induction hob - suggestions

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kittylester Mon 04-Sep-23 10:11:17

Does anyone know where I can buy one?

My (really, really) old one is not compatible with the induction hob but I can't find a replacement one anywhere. Can anyone help?

I'm thinking 25-30 cms by 10 - 15 ish.

All I can find are ones that are coated and not suitable to go on the hob

Many thanks.

Germanshepherdsmum Mon 04-Sep-23 10:18:23

Have you tried Lakeland? They sell plain stainless steel roasting tins, no coatings. Mine came from there years ago and are still being sold.

Hetty58 Mon 04-Sep-23 10:25:08

I have a shallow casserole pan, that size, that works well on the hob. It's stainless steel with two opposite handles and a lid. It can go in the oven so is used a lot here.

Hetty58 Mon 04-Sep-23 10:29:41

(Now I've found it - it's an IKEA 365+ Sauté pan)

kittylester Mon 04-Sep-23 10:41:57

Thanks for your replies.

GSM the stainless steel roasting pans are not suitable for induction hobs. I went yesterday convinced I would find something there. Sadly not.

The IKEA one isn't really what I am after.

midgey Mon 04-Sep-23 10:51:59

I read that stainless steel was compatible. Did I read wrong?,compatible%20materials%20in%20roasting%20pans.

Shrub Mon 04-Sep-23 10:53:42

Le Creuset do them…. expensive though

25Avalon Mon 04-Sep-23 11:05:34

You might find something online at John Lewis. They have a sale on at the moment of stainless steel pans that are suitable for induction hobs.

kittylester Mon 04-Sep-23 11:10:10

Don't know about stainless steel in general but the Lakeland ones say not. I assumed it meant all ss but will look at LJ. Thank you.

kittylester Mon 04-Sep-23 11:12:52

Just checked the JL Stainless steel is not compatible with induction hobs.

kittylester Mon 04-Sep-23 11:18:47

I am now panicking about my turkey tin - must check.

midgey Mon 04-Sep-23 11:57:07

My local charity shop has an amazing array of second hand cooking items, very often very good quality and reasonable price. Might that be a thought?

25Avalon Mon 04-Sep-23 11:59:47

KL Iwas also looking at JL’s cast iron shallow roasting dish at £45 special buy. When you look at their pans if you scroll down and click on description it tells you if it’s compatible with induction hobs, which I thought at least one of the ss was.

25Avalon Mon 04-Sep-23 12:09:32

Try Pro Cook heavy gauge enamel roasting tins available in several sizes and ok for induction hobs. Price from £14 depending on size.

eddiecat78 Mon 04-Sep-23 13:18:09

I don't understand why stainless steel wouldn't work. I have an induction hob and all my saucepans are stainless steel. Surely a roasting tin is the same but a different shape?

Hetty58 Mon 04-Sep-23 13:23:00

eddiecat78, my ss pans have a heavy base, with aluminium sandwiched inside. You wouldn't normally get that with a roasting tin.