Roasting Rack

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  1. bart5986

    bart5986 Member

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    I like to do oven roasts with my glass cookware and I want to get a rack so I can cook lamb legs etc nicely.

    Is there any reason something like this wouldn't suit?

    http://www.matchbox.com.au/avanti/jumbo-roasting-rack

    Just wasn't sure if it would be ok to sit on glass while cooking
     
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    I prefer flat racks to v-shaped ones. Not sure what adding v-shaped ones does except crowd your food if you have more that will fit in the valley of the v. Personal preference but I think it makes sense.
     
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    I thought a V rack makes it so you can put all your potatoes easily underneath?
     
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    Same here.. meat in the valley and spuds underneath.
     
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    i don't bother with a rack.
    i normally just make a trivet of sorts out of veggies or fruit.

    they're going to be in there anyway, might as well sit the roast on them.
     

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