In Spain, this little earthenware pot is called a frying pan. It’s used for small sautés of shrimp or vegetables to be served as small courses or tapas. We, of course, love them for their traditional uses but also find them incredibly useful as individual soup bowls, for baked casseroles or pastas, and as small sauce pots.
Available in a traditional Spanish terra cotta color, these little pots will suit most table decors. Made of thick earthenware, it’s very durable, chip resistant, and it’ll retain heat for a long time to keep your food extra hot at the table. Available in two sizes, this small size shown here has a one quart capacity and is a great small sauce pot, individual soup pot, or individual casserole.
Opening 6¼” x 2¾” H (16 cm x 7 cm) not including handle.