Porcelain Rectangular Roasting Dishes
$40–$280 + $5 shipping surcharge
+ $ shipping surcharge
Keep it light.
Porcelain is an unexpected but welcome (lighter!) twist on the traditional roaster. The black roasting dish has a textured surface and a matte finish, so it looks very similar to cast iron but weighs a lot less! The white roaster maintains the more traditional look of porcelain, with a smooth and glossy finish. They’re oven safe up to 572 degrees Fahrenheit so they perform similarly to your cast iron or ceramic roaster, too (just don’t use it on your stovetop!) The rectangular dish is great for roasting a chicken or a layered, cheesy lasagna.
Set of 4 includes (1) 7.5" x 5", (1) 10.25" x 7.25", (1) 11.75" x 8.5", and (1) 13.5" x 9.75" roasting dish.
Photography by Rocky Luten and Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
7.5" x 5" is 7.5" L x 5" W x 2" H and holds 0.77 quarts; 10.25" x 7.25" is 10.25" L x 7.25" W x 2.25" H and holds 1.87 quarts; 11.75" x 8.5" is 11.75" L x 8.5" W x 2.5" H and holds 2.75 quarts; 13.5" x 9.75" is 13.5" L x 9.75" W x 2.5" H and holds 3.85 quarts
Care & Notes -
Oven safe up to 572 degrees Fahrenheit, microwave safe, freezer safe, and dishwasher safe.
Meet the Maker
Cumming , GA
Revol's been around for a while -- we're talking since-1768-a-while. During a walk in the Drôme countryside, the Revol brothers, Joseph-Marie and François, noticed some unusual white streaks on the ground which they quickly identified as a kaolin (type of clay) deposit. They went ahead and established a factory in the area and since then have been producing and exporting their beautiful china. Vive le Revol!View Full Profile
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