Our remarkable industrial-quality baking pans assure even heating. The uncoated finish provides natural-surface baking, and there’s no coated finish that you have to worry about ruining. The reinforced rolled rim of these pans prevents warping, and that means long-lasting durability. Hey, when you put a lot of effort into your baked goods, you deserve great results!
This pan means business and holds a lot of food! It’s ideal for slab pies, sheet pan dinners, cookies, and bars. Use it when you’re making artisan bread, a big batch of biscuits, or roasting a bunch of veggies for the week. Homemade pizza too? You bet!
“Love the pans. They are sturdy, do not bend and clean very nicely. Bought one for me, then bought another, then bought 2 more for my sister as a gift. She loves them too.”
PAN WIDTH 12.5"
PAN LENGTH 17.3"
PAN DEPTH 1"
SURFACE MATERIAL Uncoated (use non-scratch utensils)
COUNTRY OF PRODUCTION USA
There are a few things you can do to keep the natural surface of these baking pans looking its best.
Consider lining pans or greasing with shortening or oil to prevent the discoloration and tacky feel that cooking spray can cause. For best results, use only hard rubber, silicone, or wooden utensils, and hand wash in warm soapy water using a dishcloth.
These hard-working pans are oven safe up to 600°F (315°C), making them durable for most anything you want to bake. Please do not use them on your stovetop or store them in the freezer.
When you take care of your baking pans, they’ll work hard for you.
Since 1948, Rada Cutlery has been crafting knives that stand the test of time. The hand-sharpened, razor-sharp edge of the surgical-quality, T420 high-carbon stainless steel blade ensures that durability reaches our customers...for a lifetime of use.
Every one of our products is handcrafted in the heart of the USA, with materials only from America. Our strong heritage and Midwest values assure dependability you can believe in and sharp good looks you’ll be proud to have in your home.
Outstanding knives. Exceptional value. That’s the Rada way.