Apilco Chicken Casserole Dish

Traditionally used in French kitchens for cooking and serving a whole trussed chicken, covered casseroles like this one make a spectacular cook-and-serve dish for any baked-chicken recipe. The underside is left unglazed for maximum heat absorption. It's made in France by Apilco, a leading porcelain manufacturer, which has supplied culinary professionals since 1906. Oven, microwave and dishwasher safe. 3 3/4-qt. cap.; 11" x 8".
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Review 1 for Apilco Chicken Casserole Dish
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sterlinghawk
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November 15, 2013
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Beautiful!
November 15, 2013
I have been looking at this for years. I decided I would buy myself a birthday present. It just arrived yesterday and I have not used it yet but I am telling you it is beautiful
Will update once I use it.
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sterlinghawk
seattle
Posted January 1, 2014
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Cooked a chicken in it and the chicken turned out great. Of course it helps to have a beautiful piece of bakeware to make one's chicken turn out perfect!
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Review 2 for Apilco Chicken Casserole Dish
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Anonymous
New York City
February 26, 2010
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Awsome Cassarole Dish
February 26, 2010
I love this dish for my stew, I make it on the stove top, and stew in the oven til the meat is tender. Braising chicken or beef in style, straight to the table.
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KonaLover
Alexandria, VA
Posted August 7, 2013
I wouldn't risk stovetop use.
I have this in the round casserole shape, and it is stamped on the bottom: oven, microwave, broiler, and microwave safe. They don't recommend using it on the stovetop. You might get lucky over low heat, but when it breaks, you have a huge mess. Look at how the inexperienced cook destroyed her round Apilco casserole (she posted a photo).
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iycnyc
New York, NY
Posted March 17, 2011
don't think this should be used on stove top..
Are you sure this can be used on the stove top? My understanding is that Apilco porcelain was not suitable for that. Don't want other buyers to use this for the wrong purpose and damage the dish.
Correct me if I'm wrong, of course.
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