PanSaver® Pan Liners

Ovenable (400°F/204°C) PanSaver® Pan Liners are used in food preparation, cooking and holding, to prevent food from "baking-on" and "burning-on" to the pot or pan surface. PanSaver® can also be used for cold storage.

How To Use

Use the directions below to assist you when using PanSaver® products.

 

Apply the fitted size to the appropriate pan.
PanSaver® Pan Liners are generously cut to
afford complete coverage of the food contact
areas of the pot or pan. Our new Contour-Fit®
assures a perfectly sized pan liner that keeps
food from getting lost in the corners.

 

1. Place PanSaver® in pan and skirt the outer edge of the pan with the excess material.        

    Skirting will prevent the PanSaver® material from falling into the pan.

2. Place food in the pan on the PanSaver® Pan Liner.

3. Then bake, cook on a flat-top, roast, microwave, steam, or use in a convection oven.

4. At the end of the night, either discard left over food or store food in a clean
    PanSaver® to re-serve the next day.

5. Remove and dispose of the pan liner, and your pan needs to simply be sanitized.

Electric Roaster Liners - 

Clear & Foil

 

PREHEATING:

Most of new roasters will "spike" when first switched-on. When an oven is first turned on and "spikes" the inside temperature of the oven will go from cold to its highest temperature no matter the setting on the dial. "Spiking" is a time saving feature for the consumer and is one of the reasons why many of today's recipes require a preheated oven. Please be sure to pre-heat your electric roaster prior to lining and filling with food.

HOT SPOTS (clear liners):

Most electric roasters have hot spots. To eliminate the clear liners from sticking to a hot spot, simply place a little water (about 6 oz. for an 18 qt. roaster) in the insert and then dress the insert with the liner. The humidity generated by the water will eliminate any hot spots and the liner will not stick to the insert. It is also important to note that the liner should not be tucked into the heating element section of the roaster as this would put the liner in direct contact with a surface temperature in excess of 400°F. (Do not put water in the insert when using our new Foil Electric Roaster Liners.)

LINER REMOVAL:

If there is an incident where PanSaver® has burned onto the surface of an insert there are two suggestions for a remedy: 1. Soak the affected area in concentrated Dawn dishwashing detergent for an extended period of time. 2. If #1 doesn't work, freeze the pan and then scrape off liner.

 

 

EZ Clean Liners

for Slow Cookers

HOT SPOTS:

To eliminate the liner from sticking to a hot spot in your slow cooker, simply place a little water (about 1.5 oz.) in the insert and then dress the insert with the liner. The humidity generated by the water will eliminate any hot spots and the liner will not stick to the insert. It is also important to note that the liner should not be tucked into the heating element section of the slow cooker as this would put the liner in direct contact with a surface temperature in excess of 400°F. 

LINER REMOVAL:

If there is an incident where PanSaver® has burned onto the surface of an insert there are two suggestions for a remedy: 1. Soak the affected area in concentrated Dawn dishwashing detergent for an extended period of time. 2. If #1 doesn't work, freeze the pan and then scrape off liner.

 

Oven Roasting Bags

OVEN COOKING:

1. Coat inside of bag with flour. Place seasoned raw meats, poultry or fish into bag. For such recipes
    as Coq Au Vin and Pot Roast, add vegetables and sauces. Secure bag with tie, and cut off excess.

2. Place bag in 2" to 4" deep pan large enough to hold entire bag and allow for some expansion.

3. Using a fork, puncture the top of the bag 6-8 times. Because meats cook faster, we suggest using a
    meat thermometer. Simply insert it through the bag.

4. Place in a PREHEATED oven and cook as directed, making sure the pan and oven bag are away
    from oven walls and racks. DO NOT ALLOW TEMPERATURE TO EXCEED 400° F.

5. For extra browning or crispness slit top of bag down the middle for last 20-30 minutes of roasting.

STEAMING:

1. Place food in bag removing as much air as possible. Secure bag with tie.

2. Place bag in steamer and follow cooking directions on steamer.

3. When cooked, remove bag and allow to stand for one minute before opening.

BOILING OR HEATING:

1. Place food in bag, removing as much air as possible. Secure bag with tie.

2. Immerse bag in boiling water. Cook as directed.

3. When cooked, remove bag and allow to stand for one minute before opening.

FREEZING:

1. Place food in bag, removing as much air as possible. Secure bag with tie.

2. Place bag in freezer for future use.

3. When reconstituting, follow instructions according to cooking method — oven cooking, boiling
    or steaming.

Steam Table Pan Liners

  1. Line your steam table pans with the appropriate size Scrub Saver® liner.
  2. Fill lined pans with prepared food. If transporting food, fold excess material over top of food and secure.
  3. When ready to serve, open liner bag and skirt the sides of the steam table pan.
  4. Securely place pan in the steam table and begin serving.

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