While enameled cast iron cookware can be used in most methods of cooking, it is not recommended for use over a camp fire or a grill.
Before using, be sure to use a cooking spray to prevent foods from sticking. Enameled cookware comes in a large variety of styles and colors.
This cast iron apple pot is great for stovetop to table use. The side handles make it easy and safe to move your signature dish to the table.
The attractive design makes for a fun conversation topic during meals, with a stainless-steel leaf-shaped handle on the lid is the perfect finishing touch.
The 3 quart pot is over nine inches tall and nine inches wide and has a lifetime warranty.
With proper care, enameled
cast iron cookware sets
will last for decades!
Tips to Preserve Your Enameled CookwareEnameled castiron cookware is ovenproof up to 400 degrees F. Any temperature higher than 400 can damage the handles. Pans should be placed on burners that are of the approximate same diameter.
Using large pans on small burners can warp the pans. Use low to medium heat when cooking on top of the stove, and never slide the pan across a glass or ceramic cooktop.
Make sure you do not apply high heat to an empty pan, as it can cause the enamel to crack or the pan to warp. Because the cookware is enameled the coating can chip if the pan is dropped.
Cleaning Tips for Le Creuset Cookware
Cleaning Enamel CookwareWash only after the pans have cooled, use mild dish soap, and use a plastic scrubbie, rather than a steel or copper one. Even steel wool might scratch the enameled finish.
Stains can be removed with a solution of 1 tbsp. bleach to a gallon of water.
Do not use straight bleach on the surface; it can cause pits to form in the enamel, damaging the cookware.
Do not allow your enameled cookware to air dry. Instead, hand dry it immediately and store with cardboard or rubber feet between the pieces to prevent chipping and scratching.
How to Clean Enamel Cookware
WARNING: Enameled cast iron pans
should never be used in the microwave!
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