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Lèchefrite (oven tray)

Large rectangular metal oven tray sold with cooker

A "lèchefrite" is a large (full-size) oven tray for collecting cooking juices under poultry roasted using a rotisserie (the most usual way to roast poultry in France), but it can also be use as a huge rectangular baking tray.

Lèchefrite (oven tray)
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