Pyrex Bakeware 4.8 Quart Oblong Baking Dish, Clear
|Item Weight||3.4 Pounds|
|Product Care Instructions||Oven Safe|
Considering this, can all Pyrex go in the oven?
The Short Answer. The short answer is yes; Pyrex glassware is completely safe to put in a preheated oven. But, Pyrex plasticware, including the plastic lids that come with the glassware, are not oven-safe. The plastic lids are designed for storage only and will melt if you put them in the oven.
Likewise, people ask, can you put a cold Pyrex dish into a hot oven?
It is considered safe, however, to transfer a Pyrex dish directly from the refrigerator or freezer to a hot oven, provided it has been properly preheated — some ovens use the broiler element to heat up to the desired temperature.
How are Pyrex dishes measured?
To measure a pan and determine the pan’s volume:
- Baking pans are measured across the top, not the bottom.
- To measure the pan’s size, use a ruler to measure a pan from inside edge to inside edge.
Vintage Pyrex ” YELLOW ” 4 Quart Mixing Batter Nesting Bowl #404
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||10 x 10 x 5 inches|
|Is Dishwasher Safe||No|
It’s best to put the dish on a dry dish towel or a metal cooling rack to cool. Damp towels or surfaces can also cause the hot glass to shatter. Don’t use tempered-glass bakeware on the stovetop, under the broiler, in a toaster oven, or on a grill.
There is no significant difference between a13- by 9-inch cake pan and a 9- by 13-inch cake pan. They are the same thing. Yes, you read that correctly. Pans made by different manufacturers may vary slightly by depth—2 inches versus 2 ¼ inches, for example.
Great question! The average 9×13 rectangular baking dish holds three quarts. Recipes that cook in a three-quart dish or Dutch oven can be cooked interchangeably in a 9×13 baking dish.
They are numbered as follows: 441 (1.5 pt), 442 (1.5 qt), 443 (2.5 qt), 444 (4 qt). Bake Serve & Store Casseroles, originally uploaded by jenib320. The Bake Serve and Store casseroles are very popular. They are numbered as follows: 471 (1 pt), 472 (1.5 pt), 473 (1 qt).
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Pyrex (trademarked as PYREX and pyrex) is a brand introduced by Corning Inc. in 1915 for a line of clear, low-thermal-expansion borosilicate glass used for laboratory glassware and kitchenware. It was later expanded to include ware products made of soda-lime glass and other materials.
A casserole, probably from the archaic French word casse meaning a small saucepan, is a large, deep dish used both in the oven and as a serving vessel. The word is also used for the food cooked and served in such a vessel, with the cookware itself called a casserole dish or casserole pan.
Pyrex, (trademark), a type of glass and glassware that is resistant to heat, chemicals, and electricity. It is used to make chemical apparatus, industrial equipment, including piping and thermometers, and ovenware.
Pyrex® Deep 9.5″ Round Baking Dish
- 60% deeper* to fit more layers.
- Multiuse dish ideal for baking and serving pies, quiches, cinnamon rolls, bread and more.
- Durable high-quality tempered glass for even heating.
- Wide handles for a secure grip.
- Resists stains and does not absorb food odors or flavors.
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|Item Dimensions||15.2 x 9.5 x 2.5 inches||15.25 x 9.5 x 2.25 inches|
My thoughts: The 9×13-inch rectangular casserole pan is by far the most called-for dish in casserole cookery, followed closely by the 8×8 (or 9×9) square dishes. (The 9×13 also holds about 3 quarts of volume, so in some recipes it can be used interchangeably with a 3 quart Dutch oven, like this one.)
|Package Dimensions||13.5 x 12 x 5.4 inches|
|Manufacturer||Corning Ware Pyrex USA|
|Item model number||444|
|Customer Reviews||4.7 out of 5 stars 5 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars|
Cookware Product Size Conversion Chart
|Inches & Centimeters||Measurement Size (Quart)||Product Description|
|7″ – 18CM =||3QT||Saucepan|
|8″ – 20CM =||4QT||Saucepan, Saucepot|
|8.5″ – 21CM =||4.5QT, 5.5QT||Saucepot|
|10″ – 24CM =||3QT, 5QT, 5.5QT, 6QT, 8QT||Stockpot, Saute Pan, Pasta Pot|
- 20 ounce 16.
- 2 quart 10.
- 1.5 quart 8.
- 3 quart 8.
- 2.5 quart 5.
- 24 ounce 4.
- 4 quart 4.
- 15 ounce 2.
Patterned Pyrex—such as the 1956 Pink Daisy or the 1983 Colonial Mist—also tend to be valuable as a collector’s item. Some patterned collections, like the 1959 Lucky in Love heart and four-leaf clover design, have been valued as high as $4,000 for one bowl.
When a Pyrex bowl is heated or cooled rapidly, different parts of the bowl expand or contract by different amounts, causing stress. If the stress is too extreme, the bowl’s structure will fail, causing a spectacular shattering effect.