Bianco 11.5-inch Baking Dish
Whip up your favorite casseroles, pies, lasagnas and more with this porcelain white oval baking dish. With a classic scalloped design and bright white finish, this traditional dish goes with any kitchen decor. The Bianco casserole is dishwasher safe.
- Expand your collection of bakeware with an oval casserole from BergHoff
- Bianco porcelain baking dish ideal for meats, vegetables, casseroles, pies and layered dishes like lasagna
- Oval baker can withstand high temperatures without discoloration
- Charming side assist handles
- Porcelain has a glass-like finish, is nonabsorbent, heat resistant and very strong
- Won't affect the flavors of food
- Easy to clean and safe for your dishwasher
- Measures 11.5 inches long x 7.5 inches wide x 2.75 inches high
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I had bought and sent this product to my daughter who needed a larger baking dish. Both of us were shocked to see how really small this dish was - a banana barely fit in this dish! And to make matters worse, there was a dead roach in the dish when my daughter took it out of the box! I'm not sure if she will ever use this bakeware, let alone keep it because of this!Read More
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Hello, wynn47. Yes, this dish is microwave safe. Thank you for shopping with us, and have a great day.
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