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Heat-resistant terracotta round dish | Available in different sizes | Cook recipes on a slow burn

These round dishes have handles and are generally used to cook traditional recipes on a slow burn. These oven-proof earthenware pots are excellent for cooking with little water and they are also ideal for cooking multiple recipes, such as garlic shrimp, cauliflower, pepper, mushroom, cannelloni, fideuà, roasts, etc. In addition, they are very versatile cookware, as they can be used as serving dishes with snacks. They are made of terracotta with enamel, raw materials that comply with all European standards relating to food contact, being also environmentally friendly earthenware products. Instructions for use: Wash the round dishes before using for the first time by immersing in water for 24 hours. Then, let it dry and, once they are dry, they are ready to use. When using for the first time, we recommend you to boil water in the pot. You should start cooking on a slow burn, avoiding sharp contrasts. Dry the pot thoroughly before its storage. Suitable for glass ceramic and gas hobs, as well as for oven, microwave, dishwasher and freezer. Do not use for induction cooktops or place the empty container over the heat. These round dishes are available in brown. There hare different sizes to choose from: 17.5 x 16 x 4cm (with a bottom diameter of 11cm); 22 x 20.5 x 5 cm (with a bottom diameter of 13.50cm); 30.5 x 28.2 x 6.5cm (with a bottom diameter of 18cm), and 44.5 x 42 x 7.5cm (with a bottom diameter of 31cm). Available in pack of 8 or 4 pieces or in unit sales.

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