Make scrubbing a thing of the past! Read up on useful ways to eliminate dirty pans and tricky cleanups with Reynolds Wrap® Aluminum Foil.
Use aluminum foil to line pans before baking hams, casseroles, side dishes, leftovers and bar cookies. To line a pan, turn the pan upside down and press a sheet of foil around it. Remove the foil, flip the pan back over and drop the foil liner inside. Crimp foil edges around rim of pan. Add food and bake. Your pan stays clean!
For foods with crumb coatings, line your pans with Reynolds Wrap® Non-Stick Foil. Foods like chicken nuggets and fish sticks will be easy to turn without them falling apart or losing their crust.
Oven spills are a thing of the past when you use foil. Simply tear off a sheet of Reynolds Wrap® Aluminum Foil a few inches larger than your casserole or baking pan. Place it on a lower rack in your oven so heat circulates under the food. Turn up edges all around to catch any messy oven spills. To prevent damage to the oven, do not use foil to line the bottom of oven.
Even barbecue chicken and delicate fish lift right up when you line grill grates with Reynolds Wrap® Non-Stick Foil. Use a large fork to make holes for drainage and heat circulation before placing foil on the preheated grill with non-stick (dull) side toward food.