Roast­ing tins

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Standard roast­ing tin with pour­ing lip (39 x 25.5cm), £11.99, Lake­land

Made from thick car­bon steel, this ro­bust roast­ing tin has a dou­ble lay­ered non-stick sur­face and tex­tured base, al­low­ing air to cir­cu­late around food to en­sure crisp and even cook­ing. There’s a handy pour­ing lip for drain­ing fat or col­lect­ing meat juices to make gravy, and the han­dles are com­fort­able. Its slightly smaller size makes it great for two peo­ple, but it’s avail­able in larger sizes too. Clean­ing also couldn’t be sim­pler – it’s dish­washer safe!

Scan­pan clas­sic roast­ing tin (39 x 27cm), £85,

trouva.com Sturdy, heavy duty, and in­cred­i­bly non-stick, this roast­ing tin will stand the test of time. With no grooved edges or pro­trud­ing han­dles, it’s easy to clean and store. Its ceramic ti­ta­nium sur­face means you can use any uten­sils on it, in­clud­ing metal. The best bit? You can use it on the hob too, mak­ing gravy-mak­ing, or pre-brown­ing meat, in­cred­i­bly easy.

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