12-inch oval pan with low, flared side walls and loop handles. Oven and broiler safe for up to 600 degrees. We love that this elegantly designed dish is made of stainless steel. Doesn't leave an aftertaste from cooked food. With a little TLC, can hold up for over a decade.
A bit on the pricey side.
An instant classic that not only adds to your culinary ambition, but to your kitchen design as well. 1-quart capacity. Made of durable, high-fired stoneware with glossy enamel glazing. Safe to use in the oven, microwave, or freezer.
We wish food would stick less to the bottom.
Designed for function as well as looks, this brand provides an effective set that appeals to creative cooks. Set of four dishes. Made from fine-quality porcelain. We love the traditional design at a friendly price point.
Can be easy to chip.
Heats up favorites quickly and evenly. 3-quart capacity. Features stylish handles and tapered walls. Microwave, freezer, and dishwasher safe.
Great for basic dishes, but not ideal for time-consuming ones.
Au gratin pans come in many shapes and sizes, from round to oval to rectangular and square. Typically, they’re an inch and a half deep and can be made of copper, stainless steel, aluminum, glass, or enameled iron. The materials of the pan aren’t crucial to its function because the ingredients are cooked almost to completion before being put in the au gratin pan. An au gratin dish has a distinct crusty top that’s composed of cheese, eggs, and occasionally breadcrumbs. The ingredients are put into the pan only to crisp up the crust. The pan itself is meant to be an attractive serving dish. Pans with handles are easier to carry to the table. As far as aesthetics, pick a pan that appeals to you or matches your other serving dishes.
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