STAUB Mini Bowl Serving dishes 40509-539-0 £49.95

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Description

The ornamental black bowl is one of Staub’s classic serving dishes, which are also highly popular among master chefs. Measuring 11.5 cm and holding up to 0.3 litres, it is just the right size for small portions or side dishes. The round bowl can be used as a serving dish for a variety of warm or cold dishes. The rim seamlessly merges into the wide handles ensuring ease of use. The high-quality cast iron material is known for its exceptional durability.

The enamelled cast iron also retains heat very well and slowly and evenly releases it into the cooking food. This ensures a particularly gentle preparation of dishes. It is ideal for newcomers to cooking as well as experienced chefs. Try a variety of recipes and new culinary experiences with this bowl from the Serving dishes series.

  • Long cold and heat retention
  • Suitable for all types of hobs, incl. induction, can also be used in the oven/grill
  • Intense colour through “Majolica” enamelling
Dimensions
Base Diameter:5.7 cm
Diameter:11.5 cm
Heat Resistance:yes
Height:5.7 cm
Induction Compatibility:yes
Length:14.3 cm
Volume:0.3 l
Weight:0.58 kg
Width:12 cm
EAN: 3272342430235
About STAUB

The STAUB brand has its origins in France – more precisely in Alsace, a region world famous for its culinary artistry and good food. The product range focuses on cast iron and ceramic cookware for consumers who seek the authentic and emotional experience of cooking and taste. STAUB products perfectly combine traditional craftsmanship and state of the art technology. Renowned restaurateurs the world over have come to appreciate the high quality of the products, which explains why they are not just used in the kitchens of prestigious restaurants. Even amateur cooks can enjoy the benefits of preparing with STAUB products and the possibility of serving food directly to the table.

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