Judge Glassware Range Review

The new range of glassware from Judge offers a cooking solution which will not stain, or retain flavours. In addition, cooking with Judge glass allows for great visibility, displaying the ingredients and recipe to the full.  Finally, being manufactured from Borosilicate glass means it can cope with rapid temperature change, allowing confidence when moving from oven to table, and freezer to the oven. On offer in the collection is casserole dishes in either 1 or 2 litres, roasters in 700ml and 1.5 litres and mixing bowls in 1, 1.5 and 2 litres, with prices starting at just  £2.50, quality cookware isn't going to break the bank!
The mixing bowl was perfect for mixing the stuffing in for our Easter Sunday lunch, the glass allows you to see through and ensure that the mix is combined. The mixing bowl has a good weight to it and looks good quality. I loved that I could then pop the bowl straight into the oven and save on extra dishes to wash up.
The glass mixing bowl is heatproof up to 240 degrees and is dishwasher safe. It's not, however, suitable for on the hob or under a grill, so do bear that in mind when using the product. This bowl is a great addition to my kitchen supplies, the 1-litre bowl is also ideal for making my homemade salsa in.
I already own a casserole dish but as a family of 6 it's a large one, so not much use for smaller meals or smaller dishes. Mr RTR works evening, so I occasionally have to make cottage pie for one! This 1-litre casserole dish with a lid would be great for a one-pot casserole too.
The hubby and I love cauliflower cheese, but the kids despise it, so there no point making a huge portion. We usually have the microwave stuff, so it was a real treat to make it from scratch. The heat from the glass casserole dish made the cheese bubble up lovely.
Honey glazed parsnips are a family favourite and I have always cooked them in a metal oven tray and they always burn, so I knew that I would be putting the glass roaster to the test on Easter Sunday. Even the 1.5-litre roaster was big enough for a full bag of parsnips.
I'm definitely a glassware covert, I have always used metal oven dishes, but the food definitely tastes better when it comes out of the glass roaster, fresher I think, and the parsnips were cooked evenly, with a nice crisp edge to them. All of the judge glassware washed extremely well after use and looked good as new. These are sure to become well used in our cooking adventures.
Thanks For Reading
Mandy
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