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In the process of making this casserole dish, the porcelain is heated up to 2500 ºF. This makes it highly resistant to thermal shock. You can safely put the casserole in the -22 ºF freezer, later transfer it straight into the hot oven (up to 662 ºF), and after the food is done, use the baker on the table as a serving dish. See More
This casserole dish should not be used on the stovetops. The retailers state that it is possible with a heat diffuser, but there is a high risk for the vessel to shatter when the heat only comes from the bottom. This baker is best used only in the oven, microwave, grill or under the broiler. See More
The Circulon Symmetry Casserole dish is made from anodized aluminum and weighs only 5.7 lbs. It has two large and comfortable silicone handles on the sides and one on the lid. This makes the pot easily maneuverable even for people with weaker wrists. It also reduces the chances of getting burned or the dish slipping from the hands of the cook. See More
Due to the materials it's made of (aluminum body, non-stick coating, and silicone handles), this casserole dish is not suitable for heat sources other than the stovetop and the oven. Since the highest temperature it can handle is 400 °F, this pot cannot be used on a grill or under a broiler. It is also not microwave-compatible because of the aluminum body of the dish. See More
This casserole dish has a tapered bottom (9.5-inch diameter in the middle, 8-inch diameter on the bottom) and is quite tall (6.4 inches). The reduced contact area with the burner means that it takes more time to heat the contents of the dish all the way through. See More
This casserole dish is coated with 3 layers of hard PFOA-free non-stick material. Care instructions even specify that metal utensils can be used in this dish (though it is better to use wooden/plastic/silicone, as with all non-stick cookware). Raised concentric circles on the cooking surface help reduce surface abrasion and loss of non-stick properties. See More
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