I have this delicious dish with gravy I did yesterday, and the rest is still in the pyrex-like oven proof glassware used to cook it.
Can I "cheat" and quickly reheat directly on my vitro ceramic stove top ? That would seem much quicker than reheating it the oven, and would save dish washing compared to transfering the contents into a frying pan.
My core question is specifically about the integrity of the glassware (though I'm aware it should reheat less uniformly than in the oven).
There is a related question that I found, but it is about a bowl that was not especially made for the oven at all, so I guess this question is different.