Foil Pan Lining

Here is a hint that helps with healthy cooking as well as cleanup. Whenever I cook something in the oven, I use aluminum foil in my pans. I crumple up a sheet of foil and then straighten it out a little before lining the pan. Then I spritz it with cooking spray. The crumpled foil acts as a kind of “rack.” It allows the food to brown while the fat drips off and collects underneath the crevices of the foil. When your food is done cooking, just toss the foil in the trash, and the pan is left clean. I do this when preparing meat loaf, baked chicken, fish sticks for the kids and more. Amy S., West Chester, Ohio