Terracotta cazuela are traditional low-fired clay cookware from Spain. Similar in shape to a casserole, they are wide and flat and glazed on the inside to retain moisture and cooking liquids.
Can be used in place of a sauce pan or skillet, a paella pan, or as an oven casserole. Holds a slow and steady heat, allowing food to cook gently and evenly, and retains the heat when removed from the stove, allowing cooking to continue at the table for a dramatic presentation.
Origin: Breda, Catalonia
Variety : Rustic Terracotta in traditional Mediterranean colors
Recommended use: ideal serving dish for olives, tapas and other Mediterranean pincho, sauting and frying, and baking Spanish and Latin American stews
Formats: 13 cm (blue, yellow, pistachio/lime green), 14 cm (red)