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The bottom (underside) of my roaster is imprinted in enamel with "4.9 L" which is just at 5 liters. Below are dimensions, hope this helps.
13" Long
10" Wide… see more
The bottom (underside) of my roaster is imprinted in enamel with "4.9 L" which is just at 5 liters. Below are dimensions, hope this helps.
13" Long
10" Wide
3" Deep see less
The bottom (underside) of my roaster is imprinted in enamel with "4.9 L" which is just at 5 liters. Below are dimensions, hope this helps.
13" Long
10" Wide
3" Deep

MG
· February 16, 2016
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yes, it is awesome for mac and cheese, lasagna, baked pasta and it makes perfect cakes too (use about 1.5 boxes of cake mix, it's big)
Yoda's Books and Music
Seller · May 25, 2016
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Look for a currency converter online.
ill
· February 23, 2019
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We just used our 5.25 qt for a 5.5lb roast beef that served 12, and we also use it for just the two of us. It's very well-made, heavy, versatile and easy to clean up. Make sure it fits in your oven with room to spare.
DutchBird
· October 2, 2016
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Yep. The following info is cast into the bottom. "LE CREUSET 4.9L 33 5 1/4 Qt FRANCE"
DutchBird
· February 23, 2019
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Yes. The chef at our house deglazes the pan over a gas burner routinely. Enameled cast iron may not heat as evenly as copper or aluminum so take care not to burn food. Try low flame at first. Great product.
DutchBird
· July 29, 2016
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I don't know how much better it is than other products, but it likely will outlive you if you take good care of it. I use nylon or silicon utensils in mine and hand wash and dry them - making sure they're bone dry before storing them, and they still look like new.
Central Virginia Reader
· November 27, 2019
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Use a tuffy type pad
Eddy Hughes
· November 23, 2019
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It's a cast iron pan so it can withstand the highest temperature of any residential oven and then some. I use it all the time to roast chicken, it's also a great lasagna pan. I don't use any other roaster unless I'm doing a very large turkey for Thanksgiving. I love this pan!
moxielady
· November 12, 2016
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For the amount of money they cost, I would want it perfect! Yes, I would return it. It is probably a weak spot. Good luck!
Donna Bianca
· October 30, 2017