Our Favorite Timpano Bowl
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With its eight-quart capacity, this lightweight bowl bakes a beautiful Timpano large enough to serve up to 20 people. (Its dimensions are 14 inches wide and 4 ½ inches high.)
We fell in love with this basin because of its extreme versatility. When we aren’t making Timpano, we use our basin as a mixing bowl for cakes and cookies, a serving bowl for pasta dishes and salads, and even a centerpiece filled with oranges, lemons, and limes for our kitchen island.
The basin makes cooking easy. We use it in the oven, on the grill, on the stovetop and even on the campfire. Just don’t put it in the microwave – it is metal.
Available in a variety of colored rims and patterns, the basin is also dishwasher safe.
An Alternate Bowl: LeCreuset 7.5 Quart Bouillabasse Pot
Before we found our enamelware Timpano bowl, we used an enameled cast iron bowl from LeCreuset for many years.
The oversized 7.5 quart pot has loop side handles, which makes it easy to grip. And that is important because this pot is heavy.
We really liked this pot and continue to use it for stews, gumbos, and casseroles, but we prefer our enamelware basin for Timpano because its much lighter and more in tradition with the movie which inspired it all.
Interested in other Timpano bowls and pans. Check these baking dishes out.
Looking to make a smaller Timpano?