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Enamel Baking Dish

A generously sized enamel baking dish ideal for all types of casseroles, as well as baked pastas, lasagnas, etc. It also works well for cobblers, crisps, and strudels.

With a glossy, white finish, the dish has a rounded rim – known as a rolled rim in enamel terms – which is created by bending the metal during the manufacturing process to form a rounded and stable edge.

Shop our entire collection of Riess Enamelware for more enamel cookware and serving pieces. 

Materials: porcelain enamel

Made by:  Riess

Made in:  Austria


  • cut- and scratch-resistant
  • easy to clean and antibacterial due to its smooth, non-porous surface
  • heat-resistant to 425℉

All Riess enamelware features a rim where the enamel meets the edge of the iron, leaving it exposed. This is intentional, and the nature of the manufacturing process imparts slight variation on each piece. Each piece is also hand dipped and as such, your piece may have small spots where the finish is thinner, particularly at edges or corners. This is expected and will not affect the performance of the piece. Always dry your enamelware thoroughly and it should remain rust free. Should rust form, it can easily be removed with dishwashing soap. 

Use:    Riess provides some great tips for baking with enamel cookware on their website. 

  • Remove all stickers and wash before use. 
  • The optimal operating temperature for cooking is 425℉. Make sure the cookware doesn't overheat on the stovetop or in the oven. Never heat any cookware without contents inside. 
  • Start cooking at a low temperature and gradually increase the heat. 
  • Use pot holders. 
  • Avoid impact with hard objects or floors. 

Care:  Porcelain enamel is glass fused to iron at very high temperatures. It is scratch resistant and long lasting with proper care. 

Riess cookware is suitable for the dishwasher (on the gentle cycle), however, we recommend washing manually to preserve its shine.

More Care Tips:

  • After cooking, allow the cookware to cool then fill it with warm — never cold — water and detergent and let it soak. Then clean with the smooth side of a cleaning sponge or a soft brush.
  • For persistent food residue, let the water boil shortly.
  • Store the enamel cookware only after it is properly dried. Spots caused by hard water can be easily removed with vinegar and water.
  • Avoid using cleaning aids such as wire brushes, steel wool, scouring agents containing harsh abrasives, and cleaning sponges with abrasive particles.
  • Enamelware is highly scratch resistant, however metal utensils can leave dark marks. These marks can be removed with a mild abrasive compound made for cleaning enamel, or a paste made of baking soda and dish soap. We recommend using wooden or silicone cooking implements on your enamel to avoid these marks.
  • If rust forms on an exposed or rolled rim, this can be easily removed with dishwashing soap. The open rim can be greased with cooking oil from time to time.

Further Reading: Riess is a European company with a long history. Its roots date back to the year 1550, when the Riess family founded a pan forge in Ybbsitz, Austria. This is where production of the high-quality porcelain enamel kitchenware known as Riess Enamelware began in 1922. 

Today, the company is ninth-generation family run and remains the only porcelain cookware company in Austria. They make all their enamelware in a carbon-neutral facility using locally-generated hydro power from the Ybbs river. 

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