That’s a professional looking dish, really well made.
If you want, here’s some easy tricks about lighting in food photography.
This technique is best used during the morning hours, as it take advantage of natural sunlight.
Tape a tissue paper sheet to a well lit window. This will be your softbox.
Then, place your dish in front of the window. Position your camera having the light coming from the right side.
Now you’ll need to fill some of the shadows. You can use the lids from those disposable aluminium trays. This will be your reflective panel (some may call it frost).
To the left of your dish, out of frame, place as many lids as needed, with the aluminium side facing your dish, reflecting the sunlight.
Optional: by using a tripod and long exposures, you can move the lids to paint light on your dishes.
Be creative, have fun!