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In the future for questions like this, just try filling up the one dish with water and pouring it into the other dish to see if it fits. Always leave yourself an least inch at the top so things don't spill over.
Posted on Nov 28, 2014
You can use a 10x14" pan. However, make sure to see if the new pan's depth is the same as the original one. Deeper pans will cook slower than shallow ones so you may need to adjust the baking time.
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