- (4) Small 24 Oz Baking & Serving Dishes
- Dimensions: Length: 10" Width: 6.5" Height: 1.75"
- Ovenex bakeware is extremely versatile. It can be used in a gas or electric oven, microwave oven, convention oven, toaster oven and a steamer oven up to a temperature of 500F.
- It is also dishwasher safe and it can also be used in the refrigerator.
- Ovenex bakeware is easy to clean and does not stain or retain odors like metal and plastic cookware.
- Oven and Grill Use: Ovenex bakeware is ideal for all oven types – conventional, convection and toaster ovens.
- Microwave Use: Ovenex bakeware is perfect for the microwave.
All Ovenex bakeware materials are breakable, so please handle with care. Use pot holders when handling hot Ovenex bakeware in all cooking methods – oven, microwave, toaster oven and steamer oven.
|Carton Weight||4.0000 lbs|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Heat Source||Oven, Microwave, Toaster Oven, Convection Oven, Steamer Oven|
|Cleaning Instructions||Dishwasher Safe|
Add a Touch of Elegance With an Ovenex 24 oz. Oval Stoneware Baking & Serving Dish in Starlite
Have a feast at your house every night with the 24-oz baking dish from Ovenex. This sturdy dish is 10 inches long, which is plenty of room to serve up any type of dish. The best part is our baking dish can save you time in the kitchen. It’s a practical dish, sturdy enough for prep work but pretty enough to bring to a party as a serving dish. That means fewer dishes you have to clean.
The baking dish can serve a variety of different foods. Use it to serve salsa and chips at a party, or to cook fish. With its shiny starlite white outside contrasted with a black interior, it’s the perfect pick to spice up any night in the kitchen. The ceramic surface wipes down easily after use, saving you time doing dishes.
Durable With Superior Heat Retention
Our stoneware baking dishes are sturdy enough to withstand extreme temperature changes. Move it from oven to refrigerator without fear it will crack. We produce our ceramic dishes with a low thermal expansion coefficient, which means they can handle extreme temperatures. Our baking dishes also retain heat when you want them to, keeping your food warm for longer.
Isn’t it time to add an elegant baking dish to your kitchen lineup? Try out our Ovenex bakeware for the best in nonscratch, 100 percent green baking. Perfect for use in the microwave and toaster oven too.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is Xtrema made of?
A. Xtrema – All Ceramic Cookware is made of 100% natural minerals, clay and water and fired in Natural Gas Fired Kilns at 2,500 degrees.
Q. Where is Xtrema made?
A. Xtrema is handcrafted in our ceramics manufacturing facility in Southern China, the country that founded ceramics over 5,000 years ago.
How do I clean my Xtrema?
A. Just like metal cookware – SOS pads, Comet, Scotch Brite pads, nylon brushes cannot hurt the tough Xtrema surface.
Q. Why is Xtrema Gloss Black?
A. The color is a black high gloss ceramic glaze because black provides the best thermal properties and our ceramic glossy surface makes it easier to clean than any other type of cooking surface.
Q. Is Xtrema non-stick?
A. Xtrema is 100% Ceramic and 100% Non-Scratch. There is no synthetic chemical based non-stick ceramic or PTFE plastic coating on our Xtrema Cookware. As with all types of cookware skillets, you should use a cooking spray or your favorite cooking oil when cooking with our Xtrema skillets, omelet pan and wok.
Q. Can I cook with my Xtrema on electric coil, gas and glass top stoves?
Q. Can I cook with my Xtrema on an Induction Stove?
A. Yes but you would need special induction disk which is designed to fit on top of the induction burner.
Q. Do I need to season my Xtrema?
A. No, just wash with soapy water, rinse and you are ready to cook.
Q. Why are the covers loose fitting?
A. Xtrema’s ceramic material creates additional moisture when heated and the loose fitting covers allow excess moister to escape.
Q. Will the bottom of my Xtrema scratch my glass top stove or counter top?
A. No. The bottom of Xtrema is glazed and polished but we do not suggest sliding Xtrema on any surface.
Q. Why is Xtrema not made in the USA?
A. Presently there are no Ceramic factories in the USA which have the materials or the trained artisans to make our unique high temperature, handcrafted Xtrema Cookware.
Q. What is the Xtrema Warranty?
A. There is a 50 year warranty against thermal shock breaking during cooking. Xtrema also has a 50 warranty against scratching. We suggest using nylon, wooden or silicone tools when cooking with Xtrema since metal utensils will leave gray marks on the Xtrema surface, not scratches.
Q. Do I need to use cooking spray, oil or butter when cooking with my Xtrema?
A. Yes – we suggest olive oil, coconut oil, vegetable oil or any other high temperature oil spray. We do not recommend that you use butter since it has a lower flash point and can smoke and burn when exposed to high temperatures.
Q. Is Xtrema Dishwasher Safe?
A. Yes – but it is better to wash your Xtrema by hand because other items in the dishwasher may bang into your Xtrema cookware and chip its surface.
Q. Can Xtrema chip or break if I drop it on to a hard surface?
A. Just like any other cookware product that is made of glass or ceramic it can chip or break when dropped onto a hard surface.
Q. Do I cook with Xtrema just like I do any other cookware?
A. Xtrema is designed to be used on multiple heat sources: stove top, in the oven, under the broiler, in the microwave on the grill in a microwave oven, in a convection oven and in the toaster oven.
Q. Does Xtrema contain any lead?
A. No. Xtrema is made of 100% all-natural minerals, clay and water and it does not contain lead or any other harmful metals. Unlike many types of metal cookware Xtrema all ceramic cookware does not leach any heavy and harmful s into your food during the cooking process because it is 100% all ceramic.
Q. Are there any special instructions for storing my Xtrema?
A. Store Xtrema separately if space permits. Do not nest with other Xtrema since the weight of Xtrema nested inside Xtrema can cause damage. If you must nest Xtrema place a towel inside each piece. Another tip is to reverse the covers when storing each pot separately. This will help prevent the covers from chipping.
Q. Can Xtrema Bakeware go on top of the Stove?
Q. Can I use Metal Utensils with Xtrema Cookware?
A. Please use Nylon, Wood or Silicone tools when cooking with Xtrema. Ceramic is much harder than metal, so metal utensils will leave gray marks on the cooking surface (not scratches).
Q. Can I sear meat in the skillets?
A. Yes, but first heat the skillet at 450 degrees in the oven for 5 minutes then place on the stove, turn on the burner to sear your meat.
Q. Can I pour cold water in a hot Xtrema Pot?
A. No, let Xtrema cool first, then pour hot or warm water in your (now warm) Xtrema skillet or sauce pot.
Q. Will a chipped lid effect Xtrema's Performance?
A. No, a chipped lid is only cosmetic and it will not affect the performance of the cookware.