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Perfect for warming up those Winter months - a sleek and practical casserole dish makes a wonderful addition to any collection of cookware. From whipping up a heart-warming soup, to cooking up hearty pot roasts, utterly delicious stews, and an array of sense-awakening sauces, a casserole dish is a must-have item in any amateur chef's kitchen. Whether you're looking for a clear, glass casserole dish, a rich ceramic model, or an induction-safe casserole pan, you'll find them all here!
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Casserole dishes (also known as casserole pans) are fantastic cookware products for chucking a bunch of tasty leftover ingredients into and creating something utterly magical. These large, deep dishes can be used both in the oven and also as a convenient serving vessel (to save on washing up!) and allow for the speedy serving of your evening meal after a long day at work. Ideal for knocking up a stew, soup, or sauce, these hefty dishes are often popular among larger families and bought out to warm the cockles of your heart in those gloomy winter months!
What are the most popular brands of casserole dish?
Whether you prefer to delve into a family recipe of mouth-watering beef bourguignon, coq au vin, Lancashire hot pot, or vegan chilli, a casserole dish is an easy way to create one-pot wonders that'll fill you up after a hard day and satisfy a whole family of ravenous kids! However, if you're relatively new to the kitchen and tend to shy away from these types of hearty meals, then you might not know which casserole dish to pick. This is where we can help as there's a whole host of brands that create reliable and fantastically functional casserole dishes. This includes the gorgeous Le Creuset range, as well as the durable Staub models, and even the cast iron Finex creations from Borough Kitchen.
So, which brand of casserole pan should you choose? Well, the Finex casserole dish, for example, is certainly on the more expensive side, however it's constructed from cast iron which provides a natural, non-stick coating over time (perfect for sealing and caramelising), as well as add depth and flavour of your dishes by building up these layers. However, if you don't like the idea of this casserole build-up, then opting for a stainless steel or copper model might be the way forward. Le Creuset and Staub casserole dishes are also crafted from cast iron, but feature a glossy, yet rustic appearance unlike the Finex. Incredibly versatile, these models are suitable for using on ceramic hobs, induction hobs, electric hobs, radiant rings, and even popping into the oven, making these casserole dish brands highly sought-after in the cookware realm.
Does a casserole dish need to have a lid?
If you've had a little scroll through our considerable online selection of casserole dishes and have noticed that some models seem to come complete with a matching lid while others don't, then you might be wondering if a lid is an essential part of a casserole dish. If you're looking for a quick answer then no, casserole dishes don't need a lid however, there are plenty of advantages to popping a lid onto your next casserole creation. When you cover a casserole dish, you're effectively trapping in moisture and preventing the contents from crisping or browning. As a result, purchasing a casserole dish with a lid is a great idea if you're looking to whip up some tantalising soups and sauces. Alternatively, if you'd rather tuck into a lasagne, a casserole dish without a lid will let you achieve a mouth-watering browning on top of your next delectable dish - the choice is yours!