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This stoneware casserole can be transferred from the freezer straight to the oven and then be served on the table. The important thing is to preheat the oven up to 350 ºF at most, or better yet, put the frozen dish in the cold oven and let it heat up gradually. See More
The enameled cooking surface of this casserole is scratch-resistant. However, only wooden, plastic, or silicone utensils are recommended. It is also non-porous and slick, so any burnt food residue easily comes off with a bit of soaking in warm water. The oven dish can also be safely put in the dishwasher. See More
The Granite Ware Covered Casserole is made from carbon steel coated in porcelain and weighs only 1.9 lbs - extremely lightweight for a pot holding 5 quarts. It has two medium-sized handles on the sides, comfortable to hold on to even when wearing thick oven mitts. This makes the pot easily maneuverable even for people with arthritis or generally weak wrists. It also reduces the chances of getting burned or the dish slipping from the hands of the cook. See More
This casserole is safe to use on all stovetops (except the ceramic glass) as well as in the oven. The dish can handle temperatures of up to 450 °F, but should not be put on the grill or under the broiler. See More
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