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Jamie Oliver Large Baking Tray $3.75 (Was $15) @ Woolworths (In-Store Only)

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This quality baking tray is made of durable carbon steel to ensure brilliant heat distribution, making it easier to turn out consistently perfect bakes. The non-stick coating also means your bakes come off looking lovely and in one piece. As it's designed to withstand up to 240°C, it won't warp, and can be used for roasting and grilling, too. Size: 38 x 27cm

Jamie Oliver Garlic Crusher is also $3.75 - credit to RichardL


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  • +63 votes

    Mr. Chilli Jam

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      Innit

    • +12 votes

      He has got a new name , Jamie olive oil

    • +3 votes

      Haiyahhh where your wok? Mr Pan hei.

  • +40 votes

    Perfect for adding chilli jam to your egg fried rice

    • +3 votes

      Yeah. How dare he make a fried rice recipe that isn't exactly the same as the 6 million other fried rice recipes available online.

      • -15 votes

        Jamie Oliver is a godsend and er'one having a sook about the Chilli jam have no tastebuds.

      • +14 votes

        haiyaaa

  • +4 votes

    I have one of these. It’s actually quite good. The non stick is super slippery and held up very well to cleaning incl in the dishwasher

    • +11 votes

      My experience with these has been crap. I own 2 of them (bought at the same time) and they warp like no tomorrow whenever I actually use them in the oven - Usually i get a loud banging sound when they explosively de-shape and twist themselves on both Axis. I've got no-name trays that don't even do that.

      Perhaps mine are duds?

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      Try an enamel pan instead of aluminium or non-stick

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    when i use a baking tray, i always line it with foil.. do people not do that? watching shows like Masterchef or other cooking shows, they put the food on straight to the tray (granted they have teams of people doing the cleaning up and/or just use a new tray each show)

    • +21 votes

      Try using baking paper. It doesn't stick

    • +14 votes

      I use baking paper for easy clean up and no tears or rips which I've found can happen with foil. Lately I've used a reusable baking paper which I throw in the dishwasher and reduces what goes in the bin.

      • +4 votes

        I followed a recipe that told me to use foil so tried it last night. Would not recommend. Use baking paper or if the food has enough oil, straight on the pan.

      • +2 votes

        Damn man, REUSABLE baking paper. Count me in.

        • +1 vote

          With baking paper, crunch it, wet it, shrug off the water and use it. It wont burn out and it doesn't stick.

        • +2 votes

          It's actually silicone, not paper.

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      Maybe you need Matt Preston to pay you a visit and yell the time remaining to change your ways? I hear he's pretty sweet with the paper towels.

      (but - more seriously - yeah I also save on cleaning by covering my bake tray - and I use baking paper too)

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      As other have said, baking paper is usually a better option. But with a non-stick you don't really need it.

      Also there is studies showing that if you cook with aluminum foil the metal can leach into your food. I am sure it is okay to do it sometimes, but all the time is not a good idea imo.

    • +3 votes

      i always line it with foil.. do people not do that?

      Never. Baking paper or nothing…

      • +2 votes

        Foiled

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      when i use a baking tray, i always line it with foil

      Why?

      It's not hard to clean a banking tray after it has been used

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        Depends if you had 100 dollar notes in it 😉

  • +6 votes

    Also available:

    Jamie Oliver Garlic Crusher - $3.75 (Was $15)

    • +1 vote

      You're crushing it today mate!

    • +1 vote

      I have this and would not recommend.

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      $3.75 (Was $15)

      I love that it's got the half price icon.

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    Jeeze - these keep getting cheaper. I bought one on special for $12ish, then another for $6.50ish. They're not bad at all. Shame I don't need a third.

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      Shame I don't need a third.

      Kris Kringle gifts?

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        The gift of oven fries. The gift that keeps giving.

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      Username does not check out :)

  • +1 vote

    Good quality, solid and thicker than normal trays.

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    But does Uncle Roger approve though?

    • +1 vote

      Uncle Roger will call it Baking Trash.

      • +1 vote

        Uncle Roger destroyed Jamie Oliver in just under 15min.

    • +1 vote

      It's not a wok

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        No Wok hay

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    Don't even know how to cook rice bloke

  • +3 votes

    Had this, didn't take long for the blue paint to start getting stuck to my food. Rubbish, not lubbly jubbly at all.

    • +1 vote

      Use baking paper?

      • +1 vote

        bad for the environment (plastic) and really not necessary with other baking sheets. prefer oil too.. need the oil sizzle.

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          Then use cast iron or seasoned carbon steel pan for the sizzle?

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            @diddy50: yeh, exactly. i think we're in agreement.. don't use this piece of junk to do roasting of veg.

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              @Niko123456: Yeah I'd say this is more a tray for cookies and biscuits.

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          Did you use cooking spray / oil?

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            @TEER3X: yes, heaps, always

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              @Niko123456: Cooking spray ruins non stick coatings

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                @TEER3X: Heaps of oil, but I didn't know that and I believe it. I tend not to buy the cooking spray cos it smells like fish.

                PS autocorrect wanted "coming spray" which is another matter.

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    Blue carbon steel?

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      Painted

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    Haiyaaa

  • +4 votes

    Just need Amazon to price match then I don't have to get off my ar$e to get one or two

  • +7 votes

    As it's designed to withstand up to 240°C, it won't warp

    But it will peel.

    I used to love this tray. Swore by it and used it for everything. Then the blue layer started bubbling and peeling away. Never went above 220 either.

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      Thanks! Shown my wife this comment and she decided to cancel the order. I don't need more tray at home!

    • +1 vote

      This. I had enough of nonstick tray, now I use enamel coated tray (technically the same material as the trays that come with the oven), bought from Aldi a few months ago.

    • +1 vote

      Peeling is often caused by uneven heating, especially for coating cookware. The label says it can withstand up to 240 degrees, it should be safe and stable at 240.
      I suggest you can switch on the fan in your oven to make the tray and your food evenly heated.

      • +2 votes

        I only ever used this tray on fan forced, and in the centre of my oven.

        I have many other trays that I’ve used under the grill (more uneven heating as you say) and on higher heat that haven’t peeled or bubbled.

        Perhaps I got a dodgy one. Who knows? But I can’t safely use the tray anymore without putting foil on.

        It also has issues with rust underneath where the metal folds in on itself, so it’s not the best.

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    Looks like it is going to be out of stock very soon.

  • +4 votes

    can't buy locally, out of stock. Not locally, there's stock, but they want me to buy a bag for $1, non-negotiable. Then when I agree I see that I can't checkout because I'm not spending the minimum $30 for checkout. I try not to fill Bezos pockets but sh*t Aust monopolies they make it hard to use them

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    Managed to grab 1 of each at the Matraville store. Was 1 tray left and a few garlic presses. Sides of the tray are a bit lower then I'm use to but the tray is also wider which is nice.

  • +3 votes

    I bake with glass or ceramic now. Noticed a lot of metal trays have the rolled edge on the side which just ends up all the rusty crap in it after washing.

    Bonus with glass is it will usually come with a lid to store it too after cooling down or transporting it somewhere.

  • +5 votes

    Perfect for making thai green curry. /s

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      And for serving the mojito with lime afterwards!

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    Is the non stick Dupont? IMHO here to be for non stick durability

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    Suprised no one has mentioned the ramen video, I think this is the tray that he used to cook the pork crackling.

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    Haiyaaa….

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    Jaimee Oliver reminds me of Uncle Roger…. Haaaaaiyaa!

  • +1 vote

    If you're looking for a good baking tray,

    Nordic Ware half-sheets — https://www.amazon.com.au/Nordicware-Natural-Aluminum-Commer...

    Camelcamelcamel says bit more expensive than they have been but still worth it.

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    Does anyone know if they still allow rainchecks?