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Le Creuset Enameled Cast-Iron 7-1/4-Quart Round French Oven, Cobalt Blue


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7 1/4 Quart
Cobalt Blue
  • 7-1/4-quart round-shaped French oven made of enameled cast iron
  • Cast-iron loop side handles; black, phenolic, stay-cool lid knob
  • Heavy, tight-fitting lid helps lock in heat, moisture, and flavor
  • Washing by hand recommended; oven-safe to 350 degrees F
  • Measures 11-3/5 by 14 by 7 inches; limited lifetime warranty
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Product Details

Size: 7 1/4 Quart | Color: Cobalt Blue
  • Product Dimensions: 11.6 x 14.1 x 7 inches ; 13.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 14.5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000E3LKA2
  • Item model number: L2501-2830
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (155 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,814 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: 7 1/4 Quart | Color: Cobalt Blue

Le Creuset 7 1/4 qt Round French Oven, Cobalt Blue. Only Le Creuset offers such a wide range of unique shapes and designs. This product offers unrivalled flexibility of use, excellent heat efficiency, and the versatility to use it on any stovetop, under

Customer Reviews

They are easy to clean and very pretty too.
Gego
This cookware will last a life time and will be able to be passed on to your next generation of LC Cookware Lovers!!!
MEL
I've used it for braising, deep frying, poaching, oven roasting and making stews, soups and sauces.
Patrick D.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

156 of 158 people found the following review helpful By MICHAEL ACUNA on November 10, 2001
Color Name: Cherry RedSize Name: 7 1/4 Quart
Anyone serious about Cooking should have at least one cast iron pot and Le Creuset is the best quality available today. The 7 quart pot is perfect for anything which requires long slow cooking either on the stovetop or in the oven: stews, baked beans, pasta fagioli, paella, cassoulet, soups, etc., etc. An iron pot takes longer to heat up than say stainless steel or aluminum but it holds heat longer than either. I have even used my Le Crueset on the BBQ to bake a cake or make cornbread so as not to heat up the kitchen in the summer. In fact, this past summer when the electricity went out, I even made all the components of Lasagna Bolognese as well as baking it complete in my Le Crueset on the BBQ. It was round, shaped like a cake but it was delicious. I've had one of my Le Creusets for over 10 years (that calculates to 91 more years on the 101 years warranty!) with no sign of any obvious wear mainly because I have taken care when using it: wooden instead of metal spoons or spatulas and using non-abrasive cleansers on the interior.
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164 of 172 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 16, 2004
Color Name: Cherry RedSize Name: 7 1/4 Quart
Let me just say this: I thought my dream kitchen set was a basic 10-piece set from All-Clad, and one Le Creuset dutch oven.
After 10 years of wanting my dream collection, I finally decided to plunk down for the Le Creuset portion of it. (If you can buy at an outlet store, all the better. I paid $125 for this 7.25 qt. in French Blue).
So as I approach the register to pay for my purchase, I tell the ladies at the Le Creuset store about my dream collection ... and they just looked at me like I was a moron.
Them: "Why would you need All-Clad?"
Me: "Because everyone needs a stainless steel frypan, right?"
Them: "I only cook in LeCreuset! I even bake my cakes in it!"
Me: "What? Bake a cake in a roasting pan?"
Them: "Why not? They cook beautifully!"
So began my adventure. In a crazy, impusive moment, I got a small roasting pan ($90), a enamal coated stainless steel stock pot ($50), 2 small sauce pans (1 qt, 2 qt), and a grill ($50).
Let me tell you: This is the dream set I never knew I wanted. Not only do I have a set of BEAUTIFUL pans, but I think I won't need to buy as many fancy serving dishes now that I can cook and serve in the same Le Creuset pot!
It's true: the full cast iron allows for food to cook beautifully. Your pot roast, rice pilaf, casseroles, risottos never tasted more rich, flavorful and tender.
Imagine how you'd make a roast: First, in a fry pan, you'd brown it. Then you'd transfer to a Pyrex dish and bake. And if you have company over, you'd transfer to a third serving dish. All those dishes! What a mess!! With Le Creuset -- you cook & serve all in one pan. And it cleans up super easy, and even in the dishwasher for those who are lazy.
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93 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Daneman #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 5, 2002
Color Name: Cherry RedSize Name: 5 1/2 Quart Verified Purchase
This is my go-to pot for soup or stew. It lets me cook on low heat for hours without hot spots, if I control the flame properly on the stove. The heavy cast iron makes it easy to cook slowly, the enamel coating is almost non-stick and inert to tomato or acids that can react with metals. I love this pot because it heats evenly and slowly, and the red color is very cheerful in our white kitchen.

I cook mainly soups and stews (they can be reheated over a few days so I don't have to cook every night.) But my stainless pots tend to burn if I leave them to simmer. I think this is the most-used pot in my kitchen. It's heavy, however and the enamel can chip if you drop the top (not to mention ding your floor.) And it's a bit heavy to take in and out of the oven. I find that silicone mitts are the best for opening the lid or moving it in and out of the oven or on the stove as the stirrup handles get hot and you need a good grip on them.
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88 of 95 people found the following review helpful By Patrick D. on February 17, 2007
Color Name: Cherry RedSize Name: 7 1/4 Quart
I bought my Red, 7-1/4-quart round Dutch/French oven in the early 1990s, cooked hundreds of meals in it and it still looks as good as the day I got it. Back then I lived in an apartment and didn't have much storage space, so I was looking for something versatile. Best kitchen utensil pick I've ever made. And it takes up no storage space at all because it's never put away; it looks beautiful sitting on top of the range even when the kitchen is cleaned up and it's not in use.

I've used it for braising, deep frying, poaching, oven roasting and making stews, soups and sauces. I've used it to cook beef roasts, just about every cut of pork available, whole and cut-up chickens, ducks and rabbit. It works equally well on top of the range or in the oven. It's perfect for pot roasts with the veggies cooked alongside the meat. You can render beef fat in it and make perfect oven-browned potatoes, starting on a range burner and finishing in the oven without having to use another pot or pan. For big batches of chili or jambalaya, this is the answer -- after you make it and have a meal, you can put the lid on and put the whole thing into the refrigerator. The next day, put it on top the range and let it stand for 20 minutes to shake off some of the chill, then fire up the burner on low and stir from the bottom with a wooden spatula. It reheats perfectly without scorching. It's great for frying anything because the sides are so high there are no grease splatters, making cleanup a snap.

Food will stick to the enamel lining, but it comes off easily with dish soap and a Scotchbrite sponge. Also, there's no problem putting either pot or lid in the lower rack of the dishwasher. Mine doesn't have a scratch or any discoloration after all this time.
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