Enamel Oblong Pie Dishes Set of 5

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Enamel Oblong Pie Dishes Set of 5
$89.95
Enamel Oblong Pie Dishes Set of 5
$89.95

This Falcon Pie Dish Set is a must-have for any baker and the ideal starter kit for setting up a new kitchen or updating existing basics. With various sizes, you'll be sure to find the perfect fit for any pastry or quiche. The set nest is perfect for storing away neatly in draws or on shelves.

As well as timeless elegance, Falcon Enamelware has enduring strength. Enamelware is porcelain fused onto heavy-gauge steel, giving it many admirable qualities - durability, smoothness and chemical-resistance.

x5 pie dishes, sizes: 20cm, 24cm, 26cm, 28cm, 30cm
Originally manufactured in the Black Country area near Birmingham, England, Joe Kleiner & Sons created the original enamelware brand, distinctively ice-white with the blue rim, the classic design is still instantly recognisable to this day. In 2011, the original collection was revitalised – creating new colours and cookware sets along with increasing the gauge of the classic mug, making the products more durable and hard wearing. The range continues to expand by developing new tooling for beautiful yet functional products and now successfully selling in over 50 countries around the world. As well as timeless elegance, Falcon Enamelware has enduring strength. Enamelware is porcelain fused onto heavy-gauge steel, giving it many admirable qualities - durability, smoothness and chemical-resistance. It can assume brilliant, long-lasting colours, and cannot burn. If you drop it, it may chip but it won’t break.
Dishwasher safe up to 270C. Lemon juice can remove stains from Falcon enamelware products. Soak in warm soapy water to help remove baked on food, but avoid using abrasive sponges or brushes as this may scratch the surface. Coat your pans in a light layer of oil before cooking to help with cleaning after use. If my enamelware chips can it still be used? Yes. Just like any other ceramic, the outer porcelain layer can chip if dropped, revealing the steel beneath it. When this happens the steel below naturally oxidises and the enamelware remains safe to use. Plus, it gains a little more character.
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