Le Creuset Enameled Cast-Iron 10-2/3-Inch Crepe Pan, Cobalt
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- Authentic French-inspired crepe pan made of enameled cast iron for even heating
- Colorful, long-lasting enamel exterior; durable, satin black enamel interior (no seasoning required)
- Ergonomically angled handle for a comfortable grip away from direct heat
- Hand washing recommended; suitable for all stovetops; safe at any oven temperature
- Measures approximately 10-2/3 by 15 by 2-1/2 inches; limited lifetime warranty
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I wanted to add another positive review of this pan, which is heavy cast iron, with a special surface that requires some seasoning before using, though not as much as plain cast iron. I first used mine without seasoning and did have trouble with the crepes not releasing, but after seasoning with hot peanut oil just to the smoking point (as for regular steel or cast iron seasoning) and cooking with the correct heat and wiping in between crepes with a slightly greased cloth, it worked perfectly. As another reviewer noted, this is a traditional Breton method and a very nice rozell (rateau) is included for spreading the batter. You can get a nice authentic long wooden spanell (spatula) from Sur la Table for a few dollars. It does come with a helpful pamphlet by Le Creuset. For practically everything you want to know about crepes, you can obtain Le Livre des Crepes by Catherine Merdy-Gouasdoué from amazon.fr, which is a virtual maîtrise on the subject of crêpes and well illustrated with an exhaustive text (only in French, though).
It was easy and fun making them. As long as you wipe the pan with oil in between
each crepe they don't stick at all. Don't wipe it, they do.
This pan is pretty but heavy. I hope to get a lot of use out of it for other purposes.
Looks like it will hold up well forever.
No need for a separate crepe cookbook, there are a few basic crepe recipes included with the pan. You can improvise from that with a bit of imagination.
Can't wait to make seafood crepes next, shrimp and scallops topped with cheese sauce.
Paper thin, perfectly browned delicious crepes every time. It's not rocket science, if I can do it anyone can.
Edit: I had this on high heat for about fifteen minutes and the pan is now slightly
elevated in the center! No longer perfectly flat. Now my crepe batter rolls out to the
edges of the pan. Do not put high heat on this.
The accompanying pamphlet has instructions on Care & Use of the pan, along with some crepes receipes and fillings.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Le Creuset used to be only Made in France, but now some of their product line (mostly stoneware) is Made in Thailand. Read morePublished on October 13, 2013 by Kat
A wedding gift, something we wouldn't buy ourselves. Our crepes are perfect every time. We use grandma's recipe and they brown beautifully and evenly. Read morePublished on March 15, 2012 by Kurt L. Wells
I recently purchased this item and have used it once, Christmas Morning 2011, and it worked perfectly. Read morePublished on January 31, 2012 by ComedyTragedy
I'm still new to the crepe pan, and haven't made crepes yet. That said, I've already used it for making an omelette (worked well), as a make-do pancake griddle (worked well), and... Read morePublished on November 13, 2011 by Beth Daniels
Le Creuset Crepe Pan is the perfect pan for making crepes/pancakes. Using a little butter to grease the pan for each crepe the result becomes a crepe/pancake that is beautifully... Read morePublished on September 26, 2011 by Nina Point Clare
This is a beautiful crepe pan. I made crepes since 1982 and finally found something that comes close to a professional crepe hotplate without having to have a commercial setup at... Read morePublished on July 4, 2011 by Amazon Customer
I love this pan. I have never made crepes, because I had always thought they were difficult to make. Read morePublished on February 7, 2011 by Shars in Sammamish
just received the pan, item is in good shape. eager to cook and see, this is the best way to avoid all the toxic teflon non-stick stuff from other non stick pans.Published on December 11, 2010 by Bharath Ramanujam
I bought this pan due to great reviews. I just purchased an induction stove and wanted to be able to continue making great thin crepes the way we used to make them on our gas... Read morePublished on November 15, 2010 by creped out
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