Large Pyrex glass roasting dish £1.99 @ home bargains instore
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Large Pyrex glass roasting dish £1.99 @ home bargains instore

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Found 13th Mar 2015
Great deal this for a large Pyrex roasting dish, think the shelf label said 4 litre? spotted in runcorn and huyton so probably national.

Certainly be large enough for most of your cooking needs.

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This is a bargain.

Cheap but this isn't real Pyrex...

hvc123xo

Cheap but this isn't real Pyrex...



is it luminarc or anchor? both are very good if not better than pyrex

Aren't these very difficult to clean? Don't they get crud on them quickly that becomes difficult to remove?

Are these the ones Johnny Depp had his lunch cooked in, whilst he was filming in the West Indies? You know: Pyrex of the Carribbean
Edited by: "Fluffykins" 14th Mar 2015

If they are the blue tinted ones they are pyrex. Good size. Bargain. Bought couple Beckton.

Fluffykins

Are these the ones Johnny Depp had his lunch cooked in, whilst he was … Are these the ones Johnny Depp had his lunch cooked in, whilst he was filming in the West Indies? You know: Pyrex of the Carribbean



Yeah I think so ???????? What????

hvc123xo

Cheap but this isn't real Pyrex...


If this is the same as the one I bought yesterday in Folkestone it most certainly is Pyrex. It says so on the bottom ;-)

They are Pyrex! I bought two last week and they are in identical packaging to the one I paid 4 times the price for in Tesco! They have Pyrex written on them

I bought one a few weeks ago and it's definitely Pyrex. I did find it a bit heavy and awkward to get out of the oven as it doesn't have any handles and is quite thick.

They are slippery to get out the oven when hot.

Still wish I had HB shop near me, sulk sulk.

stamarie

I bought one a few weeks ago and it's definitely Pyrex. I did find it a … I bought one a few weeks ago and it's definitely Pyrex. I did find it a bit heavy and awkward to get out of the oven as it doesn't have any handles and is quite thick.



Dangerous even. Of course you can be very careful, but I've grown up seeing Pyrex dishes with handles, I can't think why anyone would think they are better without. Try pouring the juice off a roast to make gravy.

HighwayHero

Dangerous even. Of course you can be very careful, but I've grown up … Dangerous even. Of course you can be very careful, but I've grown up seeing Pyrex dishes with handles, I can't think why anyone would think they are better without. Try pouring the juice off a roast to make gravy.


I agree. I have several pyrex dishes in various sizes & they all have handles & lids too. I would imagine that they'd be awkward to remove from a hot oven if they didn't have the handles. I often use the lids instead of metal trays/tins when making roast potatoes or cooking sausages in the oven & find them easier to clean than metal.

they also have the ones with handles at 3.99 for 35x23cm
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