Can I Broil Without A Broiler Pan?

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Can I broil without a broiler pan?

Ok.. this is going to sound so weird but the only pan I have is a cookie sheet..

So I made a makeshift pan out of the free foil from Walgreens (yes if only I could find my camera!! you'd pee yourself.. I just about did)

So.. ya think I can still broil the steaks without having to have an actual broiler pan?
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RE: Can I broil without a broiler pan?

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Oh and by the way..my boyfriend and I are going to Target tomorrow to buy the set that is on sale.. He told me after he saw the pan that he's sorry he thought everything could be made on a cookie sheet..
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I broil using any pan that can withstand the heat. I use the broiler setting on my oven frequently for browning and finishing food.
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Old 03-30-2009, 11:46 AM

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I just use a small flat pan and put a wire rack on top of it so the steak isn't sitting on the pan itself and is up near the coils. I line the pan with foil so its easy to clean and the wire rack can go right in the dishwasher. I think I got both the pan and the rack in an old toaster oven I don't have anymore. A cookie sheet would work just as well.
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