Riess casserole enamel
You can recognize enamelware for professional kitchens by the quality of the enamel finish - and by the color combination chosen. Black on the outside, cobalt blue on the inside: this is how pots, pans and roasters for restaurant kitchens have always been made. The company Riess in Austria produces this cookware exclusively for Manufactum.
Enamel Stewpot from Austria.
We are familiar with the casserole pot as a saucepan, which is used for many things in the kitchen. In Austria, the home of Riess, the name "Kasserole" is used to refer to a wide ovenproof roasting dish as pictured here, with two handles.
We know the casserole as a saucepan, which has many uses in the kitchen. In Austria, the home of Riess, Kasserolle (or Reine) is a common name for a wide braising pot or roaster - as shown here with two handles and in any case suitable for oven.
Glass Hard. Pots and Pans from Lower Austria.
Enamelled pots and pans are basically steel utensils coated with silicate glass. The glass-hard surface of enamel is amazing: it is safe for use with food, tasteless, corrosion-resistant, scratch-resistant, heat-resistant, and easy to clean. We offer cooking utensils in a particular colour combination: black on the outside and cobalt blue on the inside. These were the colours once exclusively reserved for cookware and cooking utensils used by professional chefs.
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