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Staub Ceramics 9-Inch Pie Dish in White
$45.00
$29.99

Available in a rainbow of glass porcelain finishes, this versatile ceramic pan puts a pop of color in your kitchen. It's also extremely resistant to impact and thermal shock, easily going from freezer to oven to table. The porcelain enamel glaze prevents absorption of moisture during baking, so foods won't dry out. Oven and broiler safe up to 572 degrees, it can be used in the microwave and is dishwasher safe.

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Enjoy gooey mac and cheese, buttery apple crisp, and moist brownies every time!

It's hard to get a good grip with oven mits and potholders on traditional pie plates. What I love about the Staub pie plate is the easy-to-grip handles, so you don't have to worry about the plate sliding." - Chef Jeffrey Gardner, Recipes Editor 

 

 

Staub's fine enameled ceramic products are renowned for their quality, endearing beauty and proficiency in creating hearty one-pot meals. The brand's designs and utility have become a global benchmark for enameled cast iron cookware, and are used by some of the worlds greatest gourmet chefs. Marrying artisan expression with culinary imagination, Staub cookware features a special black matte enamel interior for non-stick braising and self-basting spikes, and excels in providing the perfect environment for slow-cooked, flavor-enhanced meals. With a wide assortment of interesting presentation pieces in dynamic colors, Staub cookware easily moves from the kitchen to the table at home, and is a top choice for home chefs preparing comfort food or professional chefs in the finest restaurants worldwide. All Staub products continue to be manufactured in France and are available worldwide.

Before First Use:

-Remove all packaging materials, labels and stickers.

-Wash product with warm water and dish soap.

Cleaning and Maintenance Tips:

-Always leave a hot pot/pan to cool down before cleaning it. The extreme difference in temperature between the hot pot/pan and colder water may cause the pot/pan to crack or break.

-Clean the pot/pan with warm water, liquid dish soap and a soft sponge or brush. Dry completely to prevent water spots.

-This product is dishwasher safe, except products with wood handles. Although, we recommend to hand wash to prolong the beauty of your cookware.

-When washing the product, avoid banging it with other products/hard surfaces or putting it too close to other products in the dishwasher, as this could cause chipping/scratching.

-Completely dry your product before storing. In extreme cases your product could be subject to light spot rusting if left wet for long periods of time. In these rare instances, scrub with baking soda to help remove the rust and then rub cooking oil on the affected area to prevent further rusting.

-Refrain from using metal brushes/scoring pads as these will damage the enamel.

-Although Staub cast iron is extremely durable, do not drop from high levels, as this can damage the product.

Storage:

-Do not stack your pots and pans on top of one another without protection. This can cause abrasions and scratches to your cookware. To protect the enamel from scratching/chipping, place a towel or cookware protector between each item.

Staub's fine enameled ceramic products are renowned for their quality, endearing beauty and proficiency in creating hearty one-pot meals. The brand's designs and utility have become a global benchmark for enameled cast iron cookware, and are used by some of the worlds greatest gourmet chefs. Marrying artisan expression with culinary imagination, Staub cookware features a special black matte enamel interior for non-stick braising and self-basting spikes, and excels in providing the perfect environment for slow-cooked, flavor-enhanced meals. With a wide assortment of interesting presentation pieces in dynamic colors, Staub cookware easily moves from the kitchen to the table at home, and is a top choice for home chefs preparing comfort food or professional chefs in the finest restaurants worldwide. All Staub products continue to be manufactured in France and are available worldwide.

Before First Use:

-Remove all packaging materials, labels and stickers.

-Wash product with warm water and dish soap.

Cleaning and Maintenance Tips:

-Always leave a hot pot/pan to cool down before cleaning it. The extreme difference in temperature between the hot pot/pan and colder water may cause the pot/pan to crack or break.

-Clean the pot/pan with warm water, liquid dish soap and a soft sponge or brush. Dry completely to prevent water spots.

-This product is dishwasher safe, except products with wood handles. Although, we recommend to hand wash to prolong the beauty of your cookware.

-When washing the product, avoid banging it with other products/hard surfaces or putting it too close to other products in the dishwasher, as this could cause chipping/scratching.

-Completely dry your product before storing. In extreme cases your product could be subject to light spot rusting if left wet for long periods of time. In these rare instances, scrub with baking soda to help remove the rust and then rub cooking oil on the affected area to prevent further rusting.

-Refrain from using metal brushes/scoring pads as these will damage the enamel.

-Although Staub cast iron is extremely durable, do not drop from high levels, as this can damage the product.

Storage:

-Do not stack your pots and pans on top of one another without protection. This can cause abrasions and scratches to your cookware. To protect the enamel from scratching/chipping, place a towel or cookware protector between each item.