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Pyrex® Glass Bread Pan 9" x 5"

Pyrex bakeware is durable, transparent for easy monitoring of baking progress and provides good heat conduction for even, consistent baking. Comes with easy-grab handles. Microwave, oven and dishwasher safe. Made in the USA.Read More

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Pyrex bakeware is durable, transparent for easy monitoring of baking progress and provides good heat conduction for even, consistent baking. Comes with easy-grab handles. Microwave, oven and dishwasher safe. Made in the USA.

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  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Dimensions: 9" x 5"
  • Material: Glass
BENEFITS:
  • Durable
  • Transparent for easy monitoring of baking progress
  • Efficient heat conduction for even, consistent baking
  • Comes with easy-grab handles
  • Microwave, oven and dishwasher safe
  • Made in the USA
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Great Multi-Use Dish
I bought this pan because the size is good for making casseroles and baked goods. I made a huge blueberry coffee cake in this pan. The cake was moist on the inside and the sides were lightly browned. It slid out of the pan without falling apart and the cleanup was so easy. The big handles make it easy to take the pan out of the oven. I have many other cooking plans for this dish.
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Switching to glass from aluminum pans
charlene b on May 9, 2015
Most of my metal bread pans have discolored or rusted. Decided to go back to the ever reliable pyrex.
Bess B on Nov 9, 2014
A classic, no rust
Margaret G on Apr 6, 2015
To what exact temperature is this oven safe?
A shopper on Apr 8, 2015
Best Answer: These dishes can withstand much higher temperatures than anyone tends to bake with (1000F+, after which they would start to soften and melt). This is not the issue in terms of safety. The problem is that these dishes have a relatively poor resistance for thermal shock. That is, they cannot withstand sudden, drastic changes in temperature without failure (like cracking or shattering).

To use these dishes safely, you just need to be mindful not to expose them to large differences in temperature. Some good rules to follow are:
- Do not wash a dish that is too hot to touch. Allow it to cool on a surface with poor thermal conductivity (a cooling rack or dry towel, for example) first.

- Only put a cold dish into a preheated oven. This may seam counter-intuitive, but there is good reason for it. While an oven is preheating, its heating element is heated to a relatively high temperature (much higher than the temperature it is preheating the oven to). A cool dish near a hot element like this is a much larger difference in temperature than a cool dish in a preheated oven. You will find many ignorant individuals on the internet recommending that glassware should be put in an oven while it is preheating. This is poor practise. The manufacturer has spent very much time researching the best practises for handling these dishes, so it is wise to follow their guidelines.

The golden rule is simply to allow the dishes to heat up or cool down gradually and evenly. The manufacturer gives good, specific instructions for safe handling on the dishes' packaging, on their website, and on the dishes themselves.

You can find many accounts of people bashing these dishes for being weak and/or cheap. But you will find that almost always, if not always, it is the user that has misused the product and caused the failure. And although better glass may exist that can be used for the same purposes of these dishes, if these dishes are treated correctly they are safe and will outlast all of us! :)
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