Copper Country Meatloaf Reviews | CountryMeatLoaf.com As Seen On TV


Clara Jennings, a customer of Red Copper Country Meatloaf, writes in her review that it started to rust after single use. According to her review, she noticed the coating coming off and sticking to her meatloaf. She calls Red Copper Country Meatloaf an overpriced pan with cheap material that can cause health issues.

One Red Copper Country Meatloaf review by Alice Ruiz states that it has a poor design and has inserts that are much higher than its actual bottom. Her review also asserts that Red Copper Country Meatloaf’s tray isn’t deep enough to help drain the fat correctly. As a result, the bottom of the meatloaf ends up being soaked and mushy.

A Red Copper Country Meatloaf review by Margaret Farmer reveals that the pan started to scratch with utensils and started to rust after a few uses.

Ann Gonzales complains in her review that Red Copper Country Meatloaf doesn’t display nonstick attributes as her meatloaf always sticks even after using PAM cooking spray.

Another review by Mandy Allison says that Red Copper Country Meatloaf requires some kind of redesign. After using it twice, the bottom was scratched and scoured the handles too. The review warns users against lifting Red Copper Country Meatloaf with its handle as it can spill due to lack of ridges on the base pan.

One reviewer, Alexandra Reynolds asserts that Red Copper Country Meatloaf rusted under the rim after a few uses. She also states in her Red Copper Country Meatloaf review that its handle design is inconvenient and requires gripping the pan’s small lipped edges. Chances are it might slip and make a mess around.

Shelia Ortiz shows disappointment in Red Copper Country Meatloaf by writing in her review that its Teflon coating started to come off after 6 months of use. Her review also states that Red Copper Country Meatloaf is small for cooking a 2-pound meatloaf.

A review of Red Copper Country Meatloaf by Lorena Franklin claims that it is nothing but a standard loaf pan but has lesser volume for use due to the perforated tray. According to her Red Copper Country Meatloaf review it is not easy to serve and cleanup either.

 


Copper Country Meatloaf Questions & Answers

Q. Does Red Copper Country Meatloaf really raise the height sufficiently to drain the grease and avoid the loaf getting all soggy?
A. Yes, Red Copper Country Meatloaf raises the loaf by ½ to 1 inch gap to ensure that they turn out perfectly well.

Q. Can Red Copper Country Meatloaf make a pound of meatloaf easily?
A. Yes, it can hold 1 pound and more easily. Keep in mind that Red Copper Country Meatloaf requires the meatloaf to be shaped into short, thick rectangle placed in the middle of the pan. This will ensure that it turns out juicy and not dry.

Q. Does Red Copper Country Meatloaf come as one set?
A. Yes.


Q. What material is Red Copper Country Meatloaf made of?
A. Red Copper Country Meatloaf is manufactured from aluminized steel.

Q. Is Red Copper Country Meatloaf delivered in original sealed box?
A. Yes.

Q. Is Red Copper Country Meatloaf microwave safe?
A. No, since Red Copper Country Meatloaf is a metal pan, it is not compatible with microwave.

Q. Will Red Copper Country Meatloaf rust if washed in a dishwasher?
A. It is suggested to wash Red Copper Country Meatloaf by hand. A dishwasher will work if the air dry cycle is hot enough to evaporate all the water and is positioned to drain out the corners. Also, Red Copper Country Meatloaf has nonstick surface that chips and wears off with time. Hand washing makes it easier to control the cleaning mechanism.

Q. Why does Red Copper Country Meatloaf start to rust after using it for 5 or 6 times?
A. Washing by hand and towel drying ensure that Red Copper Country Meatloaf doesn’t rust. Ensure that water doesn’t percolate in it and let it stand on the counter so that all the residual water is drained before placing it back in the cabinet.

Q. How to get rid of black splotches created by drained and burnt grease that collect on the Red Copper Country Meatloaf’s tray?
A. Red Copper Country Meatloaf should be cleaned with a plastic scrubbing pad and a little soapy water, rinsed, towel dried and drained in a warm oven later. Keep it tilted so all the water gathered inside it runs out of the corner. Don’t use a metal scrub on the pan as it can affect and harm its non-stick coating.

Q. Is the meatloaf insert in Red Copper Country Meatloaf concave or straight?
A. It is supposed to be straight but the insert comes with a little slant towards the bottom of the pan. Such design allows better drainage of grease.

Q. Does it fit inside the Nuwave oven?
A. Yes.

Q. Can Red Copper Country Meatloaf be used as a bread pan?
A. Yes, it can accommodate about 2 pounds of dough. It will require some alteration in terms of baking time and requires some aluminum foil on the top to ensure that the crust doesn’t overcook and over-brown.

Q. Is it easy to lift and remove the loaf off from Red Copper Country Meatloaf?
A. Yes, a little oil or shortening can assist in easy removal of the loaf. It also has a lift-out trivet that should make it easier than usual.

Q. What is the recommended time for cooking a 2 pound meatloaf inside Red Copper Country Meatloaf?
A. Not sure since it depends a lot on the oven temperature and the cereal and meat mix ratio.

Q. Where is Red Copper Country Meatloaf manufactured?
A. It is made in China.



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