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You should not put an aluminum container directly in the oven

You should not put an aluminum container directly in the oven
If you put an aluminum container, containing food to be cooked or reheated, in your oven directly on the shelf, the shiny base will reflect a large part of the oven heat (like a mirror). This means that the food will take much longer to cook or heat through than usual.
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To prevent this the best solution is to put the aluminum container on a baking sheet before putting in the oven.
You should not put an aluminum container directly in the oven : Photo of step #1
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If you do this, food will cook or reheat as normal.
You should not put an aluminum container directly in the oven : Photo of step #2

Remarks:

You might have noticed that this is why aluminum containers used for commercially prepared frozen dishes have dull bases.

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Last modified on: February 21th 2011

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How safe are the lids for aluminium containers one side has cardboard the other aluminium

Comment #1 posted on june 21th 2014 at 19:32 by George.

I don't know, but I use them for the freezer.

Comment #2 posted on june 22th 2014 at 11:23 by jh.


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