Revol Belle Cuisine Rectangular Roasting Dishes
- Manufacturer: Revol
- Material: Porcelain
- Care: Dishwasher, freezer and microwave safe
- Use: Oven-safe to 572°F. Do not place empty items in microwave or oven. Do not preheat porcelain.
- Capacity: .75 qt., 3.8 qt., 2.75 qt. or 6.6 qt.
- Dimensions: 7.5" x 5" x 2" (.75 qt.); 13.5" x 9.75" x 2.5" (3.8 qt.); 17.25" x 12.5" x 2.75" (6.6 qt.)
- Made in France
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Questions & Answers
Just noticed you'll reduced all bake ware from 13X9 to 12X 9..this is bad for almost all cake and casserole recipes call for 13X9, now they will run over??? i'd pay the differance..you should have asked the public for there advice, and prof. cook's.......
The measurements are helpful for buying online.your also giving the info from handle to handle is very much appreciated
The dimensions for each size are as follows in order of largest to smallest:
17 1/4" X 12 1/4" X2 3/4" (Handle to Handle is 20 1/4")
13 1/2" X 9 3/4" X 2 1/2" (Handle to Handle is 16 1/2")
11 3/4" X 8 1/4" X 2" (Handle to Handle is 14 1/2")
10 1/2" X 7" X 2" (Handle to Handle is 12 1/4")
What are the dimensions of the Revol .75 qt baking dish
Dimensions are as follows:
7" L X 4 1/4" W X 1 1/2" D
9 1/4" from Handle to Handle
I purchased several of the Rectangular Bakers awhile back and this is the easiest way I can figure out how to answer your question. My purchase was the 3.8 qt. rectangular baker which is about 16 cups; a .75 qt. rectangular baker which is 3.5 cups; and the set of 2 rectangular bakers, the large one is 8 cups and the small one is 2 cups. All of mine do nest together nicely. I did not order the 2.75 qt. and the web site does not list measurements for that one so I’m not sure if it would nest with the other ones or not. I’m guessing it would, they seem to be made to nest with each other. 2.75 quarts is equal to about 11 cups so I’m thinking it would nest with the other ones just fine. Some of mine the handles do touch the edges of the next size baker but they seem fine. I store mine stacked together and haven’t had a problem. I totally love mine and love the way things cook in them.