Fish & Bacon Pans
Specialty pans from Reynolds Kitchens® are made with strong aluminum, so they're sturdy and easy to use. Cook your favorite breakfast and dinner dishes, including crispy bacon and fish. Make sure you recycle the disposable fish pan and bacon pan when you're all done!
Specialty Pans Features…
Recipes & Tips
Am I able to use the bacon pan more than once?
The absorbent layer nested between the 2 outer metal layers is a key to helping you cook bacon that’s less greasy. In our initial kitchen tests, it took 3-4 batches of bacon (13-18 strips) to saturate the absorbent layer and for grease to collect in the pan similar to other pans that don’t have the absorbent layer included.
How do you cook fish in a pan?
We have included recommended directions for cooking fish in our pans in printed format on the back of each label: "Follow directions on the fish package for oven cooking times and temperatures… To cook at 400 degrees F: Place rack in center of oven. Cook 10 to 12 minutes per inch of thickness..."
How do you cook bacon in a pan?
We have included recommended directions for cooking bacon in our pans in printed format on the back of each label: "Place rack in highest position in oven and heat oven to 400°F or according to package directions. Place 4 to 6 strips of bacon in single layer in pan. Bake 12 to 14 minutes until done. Bake longer for crispier bacon. No need to turn bacon."