Why did my glass dish explode in the oven?
When glass goes rapidly from something cold to hot (like a freezer to an oven) or vice versa, it can experience “thermal shock.” Different sections of a piece of bakeware can expand or contract differently and cause it to lose its structure, resulting in a shattering effect.
Can I use a glass baking dish instead of metal?
Basically, glass transfers more heat than metal, and thus you need to lower your oven temperature by 25 degrees Fahrenheit when baking in a glass baking dish. Dark metal pans will also cook somewhat hotter than shiny metal pans, although not as much faster as glass pans. …
Can a glass baking dish go from fridge to oven?
Nothing would happen to your casserole dish in the oven as long as precautions are properly followed. The heat will flow through the casserole dish and it will transfer to its content without any break, crack, or danger.
What can you bake in a glass dish?
When to Use Glass
- Baked Meat Dishes.
- Bakes Pastas.
- Bread Puddings.
- Crisps and Crumbles.