Emile Henry 12-by-8-1/2-Inch Lasagna Baker, Azure Blue
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- Made in Marcigny France since 1850 from High fired Burgundy clay
- Can go from the freezer directly to the broiler, oven and table
- Retains and transfers heat efficiently and evenly
- Perfect for everyday use, pieces will not scratch and are highly resistant to chipping
- Strong durable, easy to clean and dishwasher safe
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|Size||2.5-Qt.||13 by 9-Inch||14-Inch||3.8 Quart|
|Dimensions||2.75 inches x 15 inches x 10.25 inches||3.2 inches x 15.6 inches x 9.7 inches||3 inches x 18 inches x 10.3 inches||2.5 inches x 13.5 inches x 9.75 inches|
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Size: 2.5-Qt. | Color: Blue
Top Customer Reviews
The E.H. dish is slightly wider and deeper than my Pyrex dish, which is nice because now I don't have to worry about food spilling over the sides while it is cooking in the oven (most recipes call for a 9x13 dish).
The E.H. dish is also bottom rack dishwasher safe. Because the surfaces are smooth like a Pyrex, it could also be easily cleaned with a scrub brush and a dish rag. However, because the E.H. dish weighs 5 lbs.4.2 oz. (vs. the Pyrex of 3 lbs.9.9 oz.), I would definitely recommend using the dishwasher.
One reviewer mentioned using aluminum foil to line the dish before cooking. I'm not sure if this was to prevent burning? Is so, why not just add a little sauce to the bottom of the dish, as you would with a Pyrex dish? Nothing mysterious here.
Another nice feature about the E.H. dish is that it keeps food hotter out of the oven much longer than the Pyrex.
It should also be noted that the very bottom is not smooth, like the rest of the dish, so take care not to drag it over the counters like you would with a Pyrex dish.
At $60, this dish is a better bargain than the smaller E.H. designer version sold at the William-Sonoma stores. To me, this dish is prosciutto on a spam budget, and is a good buy.
Do not be afraid to use this dish as the manufacturer recommends!
The only thing this dish isn't the best for is dry roasting. EH recommends having at least a little bit of liquid in the dish whenever you cook in it, because that's supposed to help with the dish's longevity for some reason. For everything else, though, this is better than any other similar baking dish I've ever used.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like Emile Henry bakeware and own several pieces, including two older ones of these that are perfect. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Astromom
Finally found the perfect pan for broiling. I used this last night to broil salmon and it cooked beautifully and cleaned up very easily. Definitely will be getting multiple sizes!Published 1 month ago by KMM
iused it to cook fish came out very good cleans reall good shipping was good good packing .Published 2 months ago by peter
Great baker. Used it to make Cauliflower au Gratin for Thanksgiving. In retrospect, a 13 x 9 would have been more versatile/fit various recipes, and I have since ordered the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Frequent Amazon customer
This pan is smaller than 13 x 9 and the occasional dish requires a second pan but most fit. It's sturdy and cleans up easily. That said, I paid $30 on Amazon for it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by B H
I love Emile Henry products, and this one did not disappoint. They are not cheap but will last you a lifetime if you take care of them. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mairead
I am sure the quality of this dish is very good BUT the product page LIES! All measurements are made from handle to handle, my 13.2 x 8. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Douglas C. Meeks
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