Published at Monday, 16 December 2019. bakeware. By Kwang-Sun Paik.
Stoneware is a popular choice, known for even cooking. This heavy Bakeware goes from the oven to the table easily, and can be found in almost any color and style you can imagine. Stoneware is nonporous, so it is almost impossible to stain, and it wo not absorb moisture that can damage the pieces and cause them to crack. The biggest disadvantage with stoneware is that it can chip and break.
Glass ovenproof bakeware is made from tempered glass and conducts heat well. It is fairly easy to clean, does not stain, and does not react to acidic foods. Ovenproof glass can be taken from the refrigerator and placed in a hot oven, but when you remove it from the oven, cool it to room temperature before putting in the refrigerator or exposing to water to avoid cracking. Glass bakeware heats faster and holds heat longer than metal, so reduce baking temperatures by approximately 25 degree F from the recipe instructions. Care: Wash with hot soapy water and loosen stuck on food by soaking in warm water. Avoid metal scrapers and abrasive cleaners.
This kind of bakeware is made from stone fired at very high temperatures. Though stone bakeware takes a little longer than other material to heat up initially, it distributes heat evenly, retains heat and keeps food warm long after it is cooked. Most stone bakeware surfaces must be sprayed or rubbed with oil before using for the first time. Care: Do not use soap to clean. Scrape off excess food and wash with warm water.
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