Measures 18 inches long. Stainless steel construction. Polished finish. Includes lid and perforated rack insert. Can be used for cakes, lasagnas, and other things besides fish. Lightweight.
Place fish in the silicone pod with a few tablespoons of broth, juice, or wine, and bake or microwave until done. Remove the fish, and thicken the juices right in the pod for a flavorful sauce. Made of food-grade silicone. Unfolds into a serving bowl for easy cleanup. Collapsible and rolls up for storage.
Some items stick to the silicone.
Stainless steel with polished finish. Removable inner rack with long handles for easy removal. Use in the oven or across two burners on the stove top. The removable inner rack's long handles make for easy removal. Dishwasher safe.
Handles are not riveted, so be sure to check them before use.
Stainless steel high dome roaster with roasting rack and steaming rack. Riveted stainless steel handles. Well-built. Even heat distribution. High sides, so liquid won't spill.
Seems smaller than expected.
Handmade poacher. Encapsulated base for even heat distribution made with solid copper and nonreactive tin linings. Tin lining for safe poaching and effortless cleaning. Wide oval body lets you cook many fish at the same time and remove them easily. Ideal for cooktops. Use wood or plastic utensils to avoid scratching. Heat resistant to 450 degrees Fahrenheit.
Copper naturally gains a dark finish over time. It does not affect performance, but you can occasionally use a non-abrasive cleaner to keep the poacher looking new.
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Poaching fish is one of the healthiest ways to cook it and keep it moist. A dedicated fish poacher is the perfect way to do this. These pans – usually constructed of stainless steel or some other metal – are long enough to hold a whole fish in the oven or on the stove. When shopping for one, find a model that has a lid and some form of rack with handles so the fish will sit above the boiling water. If you have a large family, a larger size poacher will be able to cook more fish at a time. Dishwasher safe poachers are easier to clean, and some are versatile enough to be used for other foods like lasagna.