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How to tell if my casserole is flameproof, and what to do if it's not?

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How to tell if my casserole is flameproof, and what to do if it's not?

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nooodles | | Jun 5, 2006 10:42 PM

I want to make the Zuni panade, but have no idea if my ceramic casserole is flameproof. I know there is a big difference between ovenproof and flameproof.

I'm going to assume mine's not flameproof because it says microwave/oven/dishwasher safe, but neglects to include flame safe.

Are there many flameproof ceramic casseroles out there? I would assume enameled cast iron would be the most common stovetop-to-oven cookware.

Final question: if the recipe tells me to simmer the panade in the casserole over a low flame before transferring to an oven, what are my options other than going out and buying a flameproof casserole? Can I just bake it for an additional 30 minutes?

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