Pyrex glassware is designed to go in the oven and is safe in ovens up to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. The more wear and tear a Pyrex dish undergoes, however, the less oven-safe it becomes. In particular, scrubbing at burnt-on foods can take a portion of the special coating off.
When removing a Pyrex dish from the freezer, it is best to allow it to warm up to room temperature before placing it in a hot oven. Any glass dish, including Pyrex, can break if exposed to extreme temperature changes. Pyrex dishes are very durable otherwise, and they are one of the most well-known cooking products because of their wide range of uses.Learn More
A T-bone steak that is at least 1-inch thick should cook in a pre-heated, oven-safe pan at 450 degrees Fahrenheit between six and nine minutes depending on the level of rareness desired. Many restaurants prepare steaks in this manner.Full Answer >
To make easy oven-baked chicken thighs, preheat the oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit, line a baking pan with oiled aluminum foil, coat the chicken with seasoned oil, put the chicken in the pan, and sprinkle it with additional seasoning. Bake the chicken in the oven for 35 to 40 minutes.Full Answer >
According to the Tupperware Brands Corporation, only Tupperware products specifically designed for microwave reheating or cooking should be used in the microwave. As of 2014, Tupperware's microwave-safe product lines include the TupperWave Stack Cooker, Rock 'N Serve, Vent ’N Serve and CrystalWave.Full Answer >
An Ewave convection oven is not more energy efficient than other convection ovens. In their article, "Better Cooking Through Convection," Fine Cooking reports that a convection oven will cook food about 25% faster than a conventional oven. Ewave's own user manual reports a 25-30% faster cooking time.Full Answer >