Casserole Dishes

It is a real all-rounder and indispensable in any well-equipped kitchen: the casserole dish, also called oven dish, baking dish, lasagna dish, or gratin pan. At Porzellantreff you will find a large selection of casserole dishes made of porcelain, ceramic, stoneware, and clay.

So-called oven-proof tableware is usually made of stronger material than normal coffee service or dinner service items. Their thick walls make the heat-resistant molds, on the one hand, more robust, and on the other hand, they store heat better due to the greater material thickness, meaning they keep oven dishes warm on the table for a long time. The oven dishes offered here in our store are so attractive that they are used not only for preparing and cooking but also for serving. 

Casserole dishes come in many different varieties: Oval, round, square, rectangular, flat, tall, small, with lid, without lid, with handles, without handles, puristic white, in trendy colors, etc. Our brand manufacturers offer a wide variety of different shapes and sizes: The trend label Bitz has colored casserole dish sets in the trendy handmade look in its program, ASA focuses on aesthetic white at interesting prices, with shapes of the Rosenthal collection "Junto" you can even grill and the lifestyle brand Villeroy & Boch offers a sophisticated program of baking dishes and matching lids that can be used as serving platters at the same time.

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A casserole dish can be used for baking and gratinating, but it can do so much more: flat shapes are ideal for use as bread bowls. Antipasti such as Caprese, the typical Italian appetizer of tomatoes, mozzarella, and basil, or marinated vegetables can also be served effectively in them. The raised rim means that none of the delicious balsamic oil dressing is lost and the tablecloth or tabletop remains clean. Pie dishes look very nice on buffets due to their characteristic wavy rim. Higher casserole dishes are suitable for marinating meat, fish, and vegetables. The casserole dish with a lid can be used to store food hygienically and insect-proof at the barbecue site until it is placed on the grill. And a long oval shape is the perfect serving dish for a whole fish such as gilthead, trout, or sea bass.

Our experience is that there is no such thing as the only one right casserole dish. It depends on WHAT you want to prepare with it for HOW MANY people. Lasagna, for example, can be staged in true Italian style if you use small portion molds and each guest is served their own lasagna dish. A potato casserole for the whole family is traditionally served in a large XXL mold. Snacks such as olives and caper apples or dipping sauces can be casually decorated with many different small molds. There are no limits to your imagination because the casserole dish is much too good just for casseroles, even if it is named after them.

Ovenproof molds can even be used in the refrigerator and - as a rule - in the freezer. Some caution is required here because the porcelain and ceramic molds should not be exposed to sudden temperature differences abruptly. This can lead to damage. So please DO NOT place the hot mold from the oven on a cold wet cloth. Here the temperature shock can cause cracks and the mold would be damaged. Therefore, always choose moderate temperature changes. From the oven to the table, then cooled from the table to the refrigerator or freezer, and from there only slowly reheat. With this careful use, you will enjoy your casserole dish for a long time.