Then I put the my potatoes in there directly on the rack and baked them for about an hour.
When I opened the oven door to get them out, this is what I saw:
Normally those drips would be on the bottom of the oven scorching and making the house stink! The final test was to see how the liner cleaned up. Once cool, I took it out of the oven and went over to the sink. I didn't even have to use soap to clean it as the scorched sugars literally just wiped off! This is the liner sitting on my counter just before I rolled it up and put it away.
What a great product! I can think of so many things that I make that have spillage: Scalloped Potatoes, Fruit Pies, even an overfull casserole. You can bet from now on this liner will go down before those dishes go in the oven. While Chef's Planet gave me the liner, my hearty endorsement is all my own!
Now, here's the thing, if you would like to try to win an oven liner of your own, Chef's Planet is looking for messy recipes. They are having a contest, which you can enter here. Through Friday, November 30, they are seeking recipes that drip, crumble and spill. Submissions should include an original recipe – one you created – and a photo of your masterpiece. Submit main dishes, side dishes, appetizers and desserts. If you have a personal story pertaining to your recipe, please share it.