Mario Batali 13-by-9-Inch Lasagna Deep Dish Pan, Persimmon
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- Extra-deep lasagna pan made of cast iron for exceptional heat retention
- Porcelain-enamel exterior available in a variety of classic colors
- 2 side handles ensure safe transport to and from the oven
- Washing by hand recommended; oven-safe up to 500 degrees F
- Measures 9 by 13 by over 3 inches deep; limited lifetime warranty
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Overall I really like this pan, with its only weakness being heft. However, that heft is put to good use in very even cooking and keeping the lasagna warm at the table.
You won't be disappointed.
Tonight I made a nice 5-layer lasagna that brought it up almost to the top with no overflow. It is 3-1/8" deep from the inside bottom to the top edge. Compare this to 2" for your standard Pyrex 3 qt 9x13 dish.
It cleans easily, has a nice color and a nice finish. It still looks brand new.
The pan is really nice for the money. The only surprise is that it is very burnt orange in color. On my monitor I couldn't tell the exact color and was hoping it would be more like Le Creuset's Flame, but it is not. Muted and wonderful for autumn serving, but definitely orange.
Of course, I did use it for a holiday party tonight but I didn't serve in it.
I bought the dutch oven too with the total being 139 with the free shipping.
My roast turned out great, btw
I own several brands of cast iron enamel finish cookware. Le Creuset, Lodge, Mario Batali, Calphalon. (I examined Rachael Ray's in store.) Le Creuset & Calphalon have the best quality finish. I would not buy Mario Batali or Rachael Ray for quality finish. (Lodge would be a better less expensive choice for less expensive items.)
If you want better quality finishes then go for Le Creuset or Calphalon. If short on cash, then Lodge's new cheaper line would be my choice.
I will return this Batali and exchange it & ONLY HAND WASH. I do give this pan 5 stars for its size. It's deep which allows for more and/or thicker layers of lasagna. Filled, it will serve 12+ people with some coming back for seconds.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Yes, this is heavy, 10 lbs 3 ozs to be exact; but that is what you should be wanting for a quality piece of cast iron. Read morePublished on March 1, 2010 by Tallcakes
I bought this lasagna pan in the pesto color as a Lightening Deal offering before Christmas '09. I am happy with the pan - it is really large and deep and cooks evenly and retains... Read morePublished on January 17, 2010 by SF
Out of the box the pan appeared phenomenal. Attractive with a nice heft. Closer examination revealed spotty workmanship in the enamel finish as previously noted by one other... Read morePublished on January 12, 2010 by Oliver
Had for only a short time, but used twice. I searched everywhere for a budget option before investing in this pan. Read morePublished on August 7, 2009 by DeeAnna J. Skeel
For a long time I have been looking for a good heavy straight sided lasagna pan with high sides. I have two very nice porcelain rectangular casserole dishes - but they aren't very... Read morePublished on July 9, 2009 by Lisa in W.C.
If you bake lasagna for a large family, I cannot emphasize enough how much this pan adds to the quality of the product. Read morePublished on February 26, 2009 by RockU
I used this pan for the first time tonight for lasagna and loved it! It is extremely heavy empty, much less full, but that will not stop me from using it exculsively for lasagna... Read morePublished on February 28, 2008 by Donna Morrow
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