The Le Creuset baking dish is designed for preparing the perfect lasagne or a delicious potato gratin. It's also perfect for a traditional roast dinner. This baking dish brings a piece of French culture and tradition into your home. The oven dish is made of high-quality, durable earthenware. It can withstand temperatures from -18°C to 260°C: from freezer to oven. Handy when you have some leftovers you'd like to freeze, or if you want to heat up a frozen dish in the oven. It's also suitable for use in the microwave and on the grill. Due to its enamelled surface, Le Creuset earthenware is easy to clean, dishwasher-safe and doesn't absorb odours or aromas. This Le Creuset baking dish is suitable for six to eight people.
History of Le Creuset
The foundations for Le Creuset's success were laid way back in 1924 at the Brussels Stock Exchange. Armand Desaegher (specialist in cast iron) and Octave Aubecq (specialist in enamel) joined forces and decided to establish a company. This turned out to be a winning combination. Ever since 1925, they have been conquering the world with their enamel Le Creuset pans.
Le Creuset has continued to innovate throughout the years. Time and time again, they returned to the drawing board to develop new designs, models and colours. This urge to innovate is the reason that today, over 90 years later, these iconic pans are still the best in the world. Unparalleled production quality and trendsetting designs and colours have turned Le Creuset into an icon.
How do you clean a baking dish?
To keep your oven dish in good condition for as long as possible, it is useful to know the proper way to keep it clean. After everyday use, fill the dish with hot soapy water and clean with a washing-up brush or sponge. For stubborn food residues, let the suds soak for ten to twenty minutes. You can then remove the residue with a washing-up brush or sponge.