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July 27, 2011

Toaster Oven Grill Accessory


Correct me if I'm wrong but didn't toaster ovens used to come with a grill accessory that you could place on the baking pan to simulate real grilling?

Because I don't think the toaster oven I'm using now (bottom of the line Black & Decker) came with a grill.

Perhaps it did and I lost or misplaced it but I don't think so.

Anyhow, I find the grill quite useful for sausages and their ilk, with a piece of foil underneath on top of the pan to make cleanup easy.

I went to Amazon to see what was available and the best I could do was the 3-piece accessory set pictured above and below.

I didn't need the other two pieces but sometimes you just have to accept things as they are.

The set arrived, the grill accessory does what it's supposed to do, and now I have two toaster oven-sized baking pans I have no use for.


Maybe I'll give them away as prizes for my "What is it?" feature.

July 27, 2011 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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The deeper one looks just right for baking brownies or a half cake mix or small cobbler/crisp. I once made a half size lasagna that fit perfectly in that size pan. The shallow one would be good for the premade dough (bread or cookies) when you want just a couple of rolls, biscuits or cookies. Dough is soft enough it wouldn't do well on a rack, but if you are only serving one or two people, you could make just enough and not have to use your whole oven. Plus, it is great for really cheesy pizza where the cheese would likely drip off the edges. What do you usually cook in your toaster oven?

Posted by: MelissaB | Jul 27, 2011 12:03:48 PM

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