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Cook with confidence on any stove with Beka's range of high-quality casseroles. Our selection includes pots and pans of different sizes and materials, all built to last and ensure years of cooking pleasure. Notably, all our cookware is compatible with all heat sources, including induction, gas, electric, and halogen.  If you're specifically looking for an induction-compatible pot, we got you covered. Our entire range is induction-compatible, so you can choose any pot or pan with confidence. And if you're someone who likes to put their pot in the oven for certain preparations, be sure to check if the handles are oven-safe.

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Years of cooking enjoyment on every type of stovetop with the right cooking pot.

 When choosing a pot, consider the size and material that best suits your cooking habits. Each material has its benefits, so take your time and research before making a decision. With Beka, you can cook on any stove with confidence, knowing that you have high-quality cookware that will last for years.

A stainless steel casserole: the best price-quality ratio can be found here

Large or small, glossy or matte, a stainless steel casserole is an absolute must-have in every kitchen. This type of cooking pot is extremely durable and can be used for many preparations, from sautéing an onion at a low temperature to boiling water on the boost function of your stove. Even mixing your soup in the casserole and cleaning it in the dishwasher is no problem for these casseroles.

Good to know: Beka offers high-quality stainless steel at the best price. Our casseroles are made of 18/10 stainless steel, with a ratio of 18% chromium to 10% nickel for extra strength and durability.

inox casserole

 Choose the stainless steel casserole that suits you best based on the finish you prefer. Do you want a glass lid to keep an eye on the preparation? Should the handles be heat-resistant? Is a volume indication inside the pot important to you? Shop and filter here for the stainless steel pot that meets all your needs.

Aluminum casserole with non-stick coating

aluminium non stick casserole

These type of casseroles are a great option for fast and efficient cooking. The aluminum material heats up quickly and distributes heat evenly throughout the pot, allowing you to start cooking right away. Plus, aluminum cooking pots are lightweight and comfortable to use, making them a great addition to any kitchen.

The non-stick coating on casseroles is particularly useful for preparing dishes with sauce or vegetables. You can cook up a flavorful tikka masala or meatballs in tomato sauce without worrying about sticking or burning. Non-stick casseroles are also easy to clean, but it's best to avoid using a dishwasher to preserve the coating.


Traditional cast iron casserole

 If you prefer to work with heavy materials for one-pot dishes, such as authentic cast iron, our Nori stew pots are for you! These dutch ovens are ideal for preparations such as grandmother-style stews, liters of spaghetti sauce, or homemade bread. Typical properties of cast iron cocottes are excellent heat distribution and long-term retention of their heat. Perfect for simmering preparations on a low flame or in the oven to enhance the aroma. These durable casseroles last for generations due to their high-quality finish. Beka's cast iron pots and pans are equipped with a strong enamel finish that prevents rust and avoids food residue from sticking.

cast iron casserole

Are you wondering what size casserole would work best for your cooking needs?

Well, it really depends on what you're planning to make. Let's say you're preparing a side of broccoli or potatoes for a group of 4 to 6 people. In that case, the standard 24 cm diameter casserole would be just right.
However, if you're cooking rice or new potatoes, a smaller casserole or saucepan would be a better fit. On the other hand, if you're aiming to make a one-pot dish for a larger group of 4 or more people, it's best to opt for a diameter larger than 26 cm or even consider a sauté pan. And when it comes to soups, it's recommended to choose a larger cooking pot or even a stock pot designed for that purpose.
To be prepared for any cooking scenario, we suggest investing in a variety of different sizes of pots and pans. You can make your life easier by selecting a cooking pot set that match in style. That way, you'll always have the right tool for the job!