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The Granite Stone Crisper Tray has been created to help you cook various fried foods without making use of high-calorie grease or oil. This tray has been designed with ovens in mind, but it can also be used on a stovetop. Each device consists of a raised rack with a granite coating that's claimed to be of a non-stick nature, along with a tray below to catch any grease that happens to drip off your food.
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First, choose a fried food that you'd like to cook, such as mozzarella sticks, pieces of chicken or hot dog wieners. Regardless of whether it's fully frozen or not, be sure to space the food out evenly on your device's rack. It's best if no piece of food is touching another, although this may be inevitable in some cases. Keep in mind that if your rack contains more than 12 small pieces of food or eight medium to large-sized ones, you've likely filled it too full.
Once your rack is full of your chosen food, place it on top of the accompanying tray and place both on your stovetop or in your oven, depending on your cooking needs. If you use the rack and tray on your stovetop, it should be centered over one burner.
If you've put your two-piece cooking device in your oven, choose a temperature (up to 500 degrees) and set your timer as usual. Alternatively, if you've placed the device on your stovetop, choose a minimum, medium or maximum heat setting as you normally would. Either way, you'll then be able to let your food cook quickly and evenly within the device's raised rack.
When your food has finished cooking, put on a pair of oven mitts or use a couple of potholders to pull your device out of your oven (or take it off your stovetop). You'll likely notice that the bottom tray has collected up fatty grease that formed during the cooking process, so you won't end up ingesting it with your meal. Finally, use plastic or metal cooking utensils to move your newly crispy food to dishes or plates for serving.
If you try to cook fried food on just a tray alone, it may stick to the tray or end up getting burnt on the bottom. The bottom of each piece could even get soggy, due to the accumulation of grease on the tray's cooking surface. However, the Granite Stone Crisper Tray eliminates this problem with the addition of a raised rack that will sit above its bottom tray. The raised rack will keep food off the bottom tray so that air can circulate fully around all sides, resulting in even cooking and crisping without spots that are too hot, cold, hard, or soft. Furthermore, each rack has been coated with a triple-layer, non-stick and durable granite stone coating. Therefore, you'll be able to pull virtually any piece of cooked food off the tray in a snap without the addition of any lubricant such as butter or oil.
The Granite Stone Crisper Tray is safe to use inside an oven, as long as the oven's temperature isn't set any higher than 500 degrees Fahrenheit. Most fried foods will cook at a temperature lower than this, so you'll be able to cook a wide variety of food items for various meals within this tray.
It's a problem to use metal utensils with some kitchenware devices since the metal will scrape them and perhaps cause their coating to fall off. There's no such issue with this tray-and-rack combo, though, as the granite stone finish cannot be scraped off by ordinary metal kitchen utensils. You can use plastic utensils with this tray if you'd like, but there's no need to rush out and obtain a set if all you've got at home are metal ones.
Sometimes, if it's not filthy, you may be able to get away with just wiping off the bottom tray of your device, but both the rack and the tray are actually dishwasher safe. You should always wash the raised rack after each use, even if it doesn't look dirty, in case residue that could cause food poisoning has been left behind. If you don't have a dishwasher, you'll need to wash the raised rack by hand, with soap and water, after each time you use it.
Every one of these cooking devices is free of the potentially harmful chemical compound known as PFOA, which is still found in some contemporary kitchenware products. That means you can feed yourself (and your family or friends) food that you've cooked with this device without worrying about exposing anyone to toxicity.
Ingesting extra calories from fat and grease can add extra inches to your waistline, and can also have other harmful effects on your health, but fortunately, this cooking device will help you avoid doing that. Since its bottom tray will catch excess fat and grease as your fried food cooks in the rack above, you'll be able to simply dispose of it after you cook, instead of consuming it. The grease-draining capabilities of this device make it an ideal one for people suffering from heart disease or high cholesterol to use.
While you may find the Granite Stone Crisper Tray extremely useful at dinner, when you want to eat things like french fries, burgers, and chicken fingers, it can also be useful at other mealtimes. You may want to use it to fry up some crispy bacon or sausages at breakfast time or make some fried cookies for a midday snack or dessert. If leftover food from previous days (including takeout food) gets soggy, you'll be able to use this device to help make it crispy again, too.
The Granite Stone Crisper Tray isn't safe for use in the microwave, and likely won't fit in the vast majority of microwaves, anyhow. If you want to cook fried food in the microwave, you'll need to find some other cooking device that may or may not work as effectively.
When you're taking your tray and rack out of your oven, or moving it off of your stovetop, it's best to hold onto the rack's handles and move it first, followed by the tray. Remember that you should always wait about a half an hour for both parts to cool before moving them from your stovetop to a countertop. If they're still hot, they could damage your countertop or any other piece of furniture, such as a table.
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