Deep Covered BakerItem Number 1321
Create flavorful roasts or oven-to-table casseroles with this exclusive Stoneware Deep Covered Baker. Lid helps retain moisture and is ideal for braising meats or creating flavorful soups or stews.
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Deep Covered Baker
Bake a 5-lb. chicken or turkey breast, 4-lb. roast, casseroles and more! Unglazed on the inside for perfect baking, glazed on the outside for perfect presentation. Lid inverts into baker for space-saving storage. 12½" x 9½" x 5½"; 12½ cups. Includes Pan Scraper for cleaning. In cranberry.
- No preheating—just place food on Stoneware and cook. (Dense frozen foods like meat should be thawed first.)
- Absorbs and retains heat for even baking and golden crusts.
- Draws moisture away from food so it cooks light and crispy.
- Virtually nonporous, so it doesn’t retain oils, odors or flavors.
- Nonstick “seasoning” builds up with every use: the darker it looks, the better it cooks!
- Microwave-, freezer-, conventional and convection oven-safe.
Use & Care
- Hand wash only; wash prior to first use. Remove excess food with scraper. It is not recommended to use soap, detergent or an automatic dishwasher. Not dishwasher-safe.
- Stoneware will naturally season and develop a natural nonstick surface over time with use.
- Slight sticking may occur for the first several uses. For best results, bake high-fat foods (e.g., refrigerated biscuits) or lightly brush with cooking oil for the first several uses. Aerosol nonstick spray is not recommended; it will create a sticky residue which is difficult to clean.
- Stoneware can be used in conventional, convection and microwave ovens, and is freezersafe. Stoneware is heat-resistant to 450°F (230°C). Do not use Stoneware under broiler or on direct heat source. Follow oven manufacturer's guidelines.
- Three-year guarantee for noncommercial use. Refer to sales receipt for details.
- Prevent breakage from thermal shock by avoiding extreme temperature changes.
- Do not preheat stone.
- At least two-thirds of Stoneware surface should be covered with food to avoid thermal shock. Always evenly distribute food over Stoneware surface; avoid clustering foods.
- Do not place dense, frozen food items (chicken breasts, pot pies, roasts or chops) on Stoneware. Always thaw dense, frozen food in refrigerator prior to baking.
- Foods refrigerated in Stoneware may be placed directly in a preheated oven.
- Do not place any other pan or rack on top of Stoneware while baking.
- Follow recipe temperature and baking time when using Stoneware. Short bake times (under 12 minutes) may need an additional 1 – 2 minutes.
- Hot Stoneware can cause burns if handled improperly. Always use a heat-resistant oven mitt or pad when handling hot Stoneware or placing on surfaces.
- Stoneware may scratch surfaces. Protect surfaces by using a protective barrier between Stoneware and surface.
- Avoid extreme temperature changes. Always allow Stoneware to cool to room temperature prior to adding liquid or cleaning.
- Stoneware can break if bumped or dropped. If this occurs, use caution as broken pieces can be sharp and could cause injury.
- Stoneware should not touch the sides of the oven or oven door when closed. Do not use chipped or damaged Stoneware.
Made in USA