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Granite Ware Covered Casserole, 3-Quart

Granite Ware Covered Casserole, 3-Quart

Originally founded in 1871, Columbian Home Products is the oldest cookware manufacturer in the U.S., famous for producing Porcelain on Steel cookware. Granite Ware has a carbon steel core for strength, conductivity and superior heat distribution. Porcelain is fused to the steel at 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit producing a non-porous, inert glass surface that is naturally non-stick. Porcelain can chip if dropped, however this does not reduce the effectiveness of the cookware. There are no PTFE’s, PFOA’s or any other chemicals to change the taste, color or nutritional value of the food. Just the right size for empty nesters, singles, college students or use in a second home. A smaller version of the traditional casserole. Perfect for cooking your favorite dishes in smaller portions or use to cook and serve side dishes. Includes Lid and capacity is 3 quarts.

Product Features

  • Perfect size for cooking smaller portions
  • 3 quart capacity
  • Carbon Steel Core for quick heating
  • Easy clean up

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2 comments

  1. Granite Ware pot to cool soups and stews Not sure what some of the 2-star people are cooking but I use my little 3 qt. Granite Ware pot to cool soups and stews, to roast a chicken (usually don’t use the lid then), to make this steamed pork (ala Kahlua pig but using the oven) w/potatoes and onions, gooey pasta & cheese casseroles, etc. and it all comes out great! And delicious. Anything that kind of gets cooked on it, like all that cheese, I just soak the pot overnight with hot water and some detergent and use one of those stainless…

  2. Great pan! This small pan holds a lot of food! I have a toaster/convection oven that holds a 12 inch pizza, so this pan fits well. The only problem is i have to.turn the lid upside down so the lid handle doesn’t touch the top element. I cooked 10 chicken wings in it, with the lid on. I added just 1/8 cup of water to the pan first, then i piled in the 10 seasoned wings. I cooked them for 45 minutes, on 375 degrees. I just used the oven part…not convection. They turned out beautifully! Tender, juicy, and…

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