Proper cookware can take your cooking to new heights. With high-quality casserole dishes, making stews and pot-roasts becomes both easier and more enjoyable! Here you will find a great range of casserole dishes by a curated selection of brands.
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High-quality casserole dish
Whether you are cooking up a stew, a soup or a pot-roast, you will want to do so in a proper casserole dish. When cooking equipped with a true high-quality casserole dish, your cooking experience will be taken to the next level. Here you will find the best of cast iron and stainless steel casserole dishes, both with and without enamelling, from the best of brands in the cookware industry.
Which are the most popular casserole dishes?
In our extensive assortment of cookware and kitchen accessories, you will find a great selection of high-quality casserole dishes. Whether you are looking for casserole dishes of cast iron or stainless steel, you have lots of great options to choose from. Here you will find great casserole dishes by a curated selection of popular brands, such as Satake, Eva Solo and Muurla.
Top 3 most popular casserole dishes:
- Multi-cocotte with skillet by Morsø
- Eva Trio stainless steel casserole by Eva Solo
- Pumpkin casserole dish stoneware by Staub
What size should your casserole dish be?
When buying a casserole dish it is important to consider what size you need. In our wide selection of casserole dishes you will find lots of options in many different sizes. How many people will you be serving and how large a casserole dish do you need in order to be able to do so?
The guide below will give you a rough idea of how many servings different sizes of casserole dishes can accommodate for. Remember that it is always better to size up than to go too small!
Casserole dish size guide:
- 2 litres for 2 servings
- 3.5 litres for 3-4 servings
- 4 litres for 4-5 servings
- 5 litres for 6 servings
- 7 litres for 6-8 servings
- 9 litres for 8-10 servings
The importance of the shape of casserole dishes
When choosing a casserole dish, you need to consider more things than just size. The shape of casserole dishes are also important factors dictating how they can be used. Tall and round casserole dishes are great for stews and soups, whereas when you are making pot-roasts or cooking large pieces of meat you are better off with an oval casserole dish.
Cast iron casserole dishes
Cast iron casserole dishes are great for cooking and they are often regarded as the best you can get. Cast iron casserole dishes are great for distributing heat evenly, making them great for all types of cooking. Cast iron dishes can also be used on the stove top as well as in the oven, which opens up for a lot of flexibility. Enamelled cast iron pans also look visually stunning, making them an ideal vessel to serve your food out of.
The cast iron casserole dishes by Staub are great examples of high-quality casserole dishes that will surely delight with their beauty and efficiency!
Stainless steel casserole dishes
Stainless steel casserole dishes are light and easy to deal with. They can easily be chucked into the dishwasher without harm, if the size allows it, and because of how light they are they are easy to put away. While they might not distribute heat as evenly as their cast iron counterparts, they are still a great option for many different kinds of cooking.
here you will find high-quality stainless steel casserole dishes by popular brands such as Zwilling.