HIC Oblong Rectangular Baking Dish Roasting Lasagna Pan, Fine White Porcelain, 13-Inches x 9-Inches x 2.5-Inches, 13 x 9
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|Capacity||3 Cubic Feet|
|Item Weight||4.14 Pounds|
|Product Care Instructions||Dishwasher Safe|
|Is Dishwasher Safe||Yes|
|Product Dimensions||9"D x 13"W x 2.5"H|
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- HIC’s Lasagna Pan is a durable and versatile baking dish for lasagna, cakes, casseroles and quiche, roasting and serving veggies, and more
- Made from fine-quality porcelain
- Generous depth supports layered recipes; easy-hold handles for comfortable grip and secure transfer into and out of the oven and under the broiler
- Safe for microwave, oven, broiler (to 500-degrees Fahrenheit) and freezer; great for storing and reheating leftovers
- Transitions beautifully from oven to table; dishwasher safe for easy cleanup
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|Item Dimensions||13 x 9 x 2.5 inches||13.75 x 9.75 x 3 inches||—||9 x 12 x 3 inches|
|Number of Items||1||—||1||1|
|Number of Pieces||1||3||—||—|
|Size||13 x 9||Without Handle||—||13X10X3"|
HIC’s Lasagna Pan is a versatile baking dish that’s specially designed for baking, boiling, roasting, and serving smaller portions. Its generous depth is perfect for building deeply layered recipes, like lasagna, baked ziti, and mac and cheese. It’s crafted from fine-quality porcelain for durability and uniform heat distribution, so foods bake evenly, and easy-hold handles on both sides for comfortable grip and secure transfer in and out of the oven and under the broiler. A highly versatile baking pan, it’s useful for cooking other foods, like a meatloaf recipe, quiche, scalloped potatoes, small casseroles, and desserts, and doubles nicely as a roasting pan and serving plate for vegetables. Cover leftovers with foil and store them in the fridge. When it’s time for reheating, just pop it in the oven. It performs equally well as serveware for every dining occasion, from breakfast to lunch or brunch, for holiday meals, party buffets, even outdoor entertaining. A tradition since 1957, HIC Fine Porcelain Bakeware and Serveware is safe for use in the microwave, oven, broiler (to 500-degrees Fahrenheit), and freezer and won’t transfer odors, colors or flavors between uses. It’s dishwasher safe, making cleanup a breeze. Measures 13-inches x 9-inches x 2.5-inches deep.
Reviewed in the United States on July 12, 2018
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This dish comes with a little sticker inside from HIC Kitchen that says "Oven-To-Table Fine Porcelain" and "Oven, Broiler, Microwave, Freezer & Dishwasher Safe". I have not used it yet but will report back here if there are any issues when I do use it.
It is lighter in weight than expected which is a plus (since I have arthritic hands). I think it is lighter (or at least as light) per square inch than/as my French white Corning ware. My husband says that I must really like this pan because I've used it everyday since I received it! Very versatile. I split in half a pre-cooked chicken from the grocery store, the halves fit perfectly, and they heated up quickly. The heat transfer rate is good. You don't have to add time for the pan to heat before the food starts to cook as with heavier porcelain. For example, I made a French toast casserole. It baked evenly and in the same time as my regular oven in a metal non-stick pan. I can't say enough nice thing about this pan, but I'll try. The sides have a very slight flare but it is enough to let you have a nice grip on the pan. Another plus - NO handles to get in the way. You have a true 13" pan! The underside is not glazed which is good because it doesn't slip & slide and helps in even heat transfer. The other surfaces are glazed and don't react to anything acidic & make for easy clean-up. Even baked-on food comes off easily. I would not use a "scrubbie" on it so as not it impart micro scratches will affect the ease of cleaning. Just fill with water and let sit for a while if you have something a little stubborn. I am not sure about the dishwasher or soaking in a pan of water because of the unglazed bottom, and can't remember if the manufacturer said it was dishwasher safe. I use mine so much it doesn't get a chance to do either!! Lastly, it was impressively well packaged so it came without any damage and within the time frame expected. I haven't dropped it (yet), so I can't remark on fragility, but in spite of all the use it has had, it looks brand new.
That being said, there are three things that one should be aware of that are not clear from the product information:
The first, and most important, is the actual pan dimensions. This is *NOT* at 13" x 9" pan. The actual pan dimensions are 11" x 7.5" at the bottom and 12" x 8.75" at the top. These are inside dimensions which are, after all, the ones that matter the most. The depth of the pan is 2.25". The wall thickness is not too high (the outer measurement along the 12" axis is 12.625", and that's measuring the somewhat thicker lip of the pan. If you're looking for a true 13" x 9" x 2.5" pan, as advertised, this is not the pan for you. If you're looking for something close that can be used in a Breville BOV8xx series oven, this is not a bad choice as the BOV8xx won't take a true 13" x 9" pan.
Secondly, the pan is entitled, in part, "Fine White Porcelain". It does have a white glaze and it is some sort of vitrified material that varies from white to off-white, but comparing it to some actual fine porcelain, it's not really clear that the title is accurate. That being said, it does function as a stoneware pan and that's what really matters in this case.
Finally, for some reason the importer seems to believe that the pan needs some stickers. The one on the back isn't really an issue as it and its glue washes off quite nicely with soap and water. The one that's pasted on the inside of the pan, however, is a different story. You will need a scraper and some denatured alcohol to dispose of that sticker (amazon sells both: B00002X1ZX and B002MBX2QE, respectively).
In summary, this is a good pan for the price that seems to work quite well in the larger Breville ovens.
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It seems like it is good quality and after use, it is easy to clean.