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Stockpots and Casserole Dishes

Stockpots and casserole dishes are the ultimate time-savers for whipping up those family favourites. Both provide one-pot cooking at its best: Use a stockpot to cook up hearty stews and soups on those cool winter nights, or make a chilli con carne in your casserole dish! Looking for quality stockpots and casserole dishes has never been easier, especially with these simple tips.

Stocking Up on the Best Stockpot and Casserole Dish

  1. Which pot better suits your cooking habits? Stockpots are the go-to tool for boiling and simmering, thanks to its tall, narrow sides. A casserole dish (also known as a casserole pot) is ideal for roasting and braising, and should be wide in order to effectively brown and caramelise food.
  2. How many mouths do you need to feed? For a family of four, opt for a stockpot around 5-6 litres. Add a few more litres if you have a larger family, like to batch cook or have extra for leftovers the next day.
  3. Check their weight. Stockpots can be quite heavy, even when they’re full of food. Make sure to lift up pots before you buy to see which one is right for you. For casserole dishes, the opposite is true - the heavier, the better! This will allow food to brown much quicker and more evenly, while a heavy dish with a thick base can trap juices inside the dish, making food taste even better.
  4. The tasty juices in a stockpot can be sealed in with a nice tight lid. This helps to create a circular heating effect, locking in moisture through condensation.
  5. A stockpot should have strong, sturdy handles. Look for larger handles that you can comfortably hold even while wearing oven mitts.
  6. To cook quality meals, you need quality materials. A stainless-steel stockpot or casserole dish is durable and heats rapidly. A lot of aluminium dishes come with non-stick coating and offer even heat distribution. A casserole pot in enamelled cast iron is induction compatible and can come in a wide range of sizes, while a ceramic or stoneware casserole dish is microwave and dishwasher safe.
  7. Stockpots and casserole dishes don’t need to look boring! Why not go for dreamy blues for an ocean-like vibe or striking shades of red or orange for something bright and sunny?
    Feeling hungry? Head to your nearest Myer store to check out the latest stockpots, casserole dishes and other cookware from all your favourite brands.

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