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Tramontina 80131/003 Gourmet 6-1/2-Quart Cast-Iron Covered Casserole, Vibrant Red


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6.5 Quart
Vibrant Red
  • 6-1/2-quart covered casserole made of porcelain-enameled cast iron
  • 2 integrated side handles help ensure safe transport
  • Heavy, secure-fitting lid with stay-cool knob keeps in heat, moisture, and nutrients
  • Hand wash only; suitable for induction; oven-safe up to 450 degrees F
  • Measures 14 by 11-2/7 by 7-4/5 inches; limited lifetime warranty
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Product Details

Size: 6.5 Quart | Color: Vibrant Red
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 11.3 x 7.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 17 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00113ITXU
  • Item model number: 80131/003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,449 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: 6.5 Quart | Color: Vibrant Red

An essential item in any kitchen, Tramontina’s Gourmet 6.5 Quart Covered Cassrole in a vibrant red porcelain enamel finish is the perfect vessel for slow cooking soups and stews, braising meats, baking and even frying. The heavy-gauge cast iron vessel provides even heat distribution. The vessel's interior is coated with a light beige smooth porcelain enamel finish, so no seasoning is required and the pan is immediately ready for use.


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Customer Reviews

It was very easy to clean.
Betty
Also, enamel finish wasn't smooth inside and had a couple of bumps that looked like they would chip off after a few uses.
ramzilla
I recommend this pot as a budget friendly alternative to Le Creuset's pot.
TL

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

226 of 229 people found the following review helpful By Light-Zone on November 18, 2009
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The price can't be beat! $45 with free shipping is a great value regardless of what I write in this review. I was excited to open the box, and loved the color immediately! I continued to be impressed by the weight of the pot. But after completely un packing, I placed the lid on the pot, and looked at my wife and said, this is why a Le Creuset is $245, and this was only $45. The lid does not seal tightly, and you need to rotate the lid to find the position where it seals best, though it's still not 100%, closer to 90%.
Would I buy it again? Probably. Would I have bought it in a store, where the faults were clear before making the decision to purchase? Probably not. I just cannot justify the $200+ dollars for the "real deal".
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UPDATE: After using this dutch oven many times for a variety of dishes, I would increase my rating to 4 stars. The initial dissappointment of the ill fitting lid has faded, and what remains is a pot that does its job well and even out on my bakers rack, next to a Le Creuset, holds its own in terms of looks.
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176 of 178 people found the following review helpful By TL on April 7, 2010
I've used Le Creuset for years, but as my family grew, I wanted to get a larger Dutch Oven. I was hesitant in forking over the money for a 7 qt. Le Creuset, but when I saw the 6.5 qt. Tramontina for a fraction of the cost of the Le Creuset, I figured I couldn't lose especially since there was a Lifetime Warranty. I used this Dutch Oven for everything from braises, stews, to bolognese. My only qualm was that the interior would stain which I expected after reading the little manual...no big deal. I noticed that the enamel interior wasn't as thick as the Le Creuset, but I didn't care as long as I can cook with it. I liked the heft of the pot and its heat retention ability.

The fact that you can't use this pot at a setting higher than medium was ridiculous to me, but I complied so that my warranty would not be voided. I seared my meats in a stainless steel pan and then transferred the meat and deglazed the fond into the dutch oven. This was a bit of a pain, but it didn't really bother me that much.

Well, the lack of all the layers of enamel that Le Creuset uses that Tramontina skimps on came to haunt me in what I now regard as an obvious inferior product. The old cliche definitely rings true in this case, "you get what you pay for." After making a pot of beans, I soaked the pot. When I went to hand wash the pot, there were several raised bubbles underneath the layer of enamel. My pot was not chipped on the inside, but there were discolored "veins" that ran on the inside of the pot. These veins were actually cracks that allowed water to get under the thin layer of enamel. This was not cool. This pot is now absolutely useless! I'm afraid of rust problems under the enameled layer and the idea of chunks of enamel cracking into my food is not very appealing.
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90 of 98 people found the following review helpful By penny pincher on October 8, 2009
I bought this pot about a week ago and was amazed at just how sturdy (around 20 pounds in weight!) and versatile it is! I plan to use it to fry chicken on the stove and to bake bread in the oven. This pot was highly recommended by Cooks Illustrated so I feel confident that it's going to work like a charm! Couple things to note...the lid is only good to 400 degrees due to the knob, not 450 like the product description states. I purchased a Le Creuset knob to replace the Tramontina knob, but the screw for the Le Creuset knob is shorter and skinner than the one that comes with this pot so I'll have to get a new screw before I can make the swap. Oh, and you'll have to season this pan before you use it. That was no big deal really...just put a little shortning on the top of the pan where the lid rests and then stick it in the oven for an hour at 350 degrees and you're in business. All in all, I'd say this pan is terrific and I'd highly recommend it to anyone looking for a versatile pan in the kitchen to use on the stove or in the oven. It's a tremendous deal when you compare it to it's cousin, Le Creuset, that costs around $300!!!
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By D. Scheeler on November 9, 2009
Color Name: Vibrant RedSize Name: 6.5 Quart Verified Purchase
I discovered this item in an "America's Test Kitchens" cookbook with recipes for dutch ovens that can be used on stove-top & in ovens. It was recommended as a less pricey alternative to LeCreuset with the same features. Based on other customer's reviews I also purchased the LeCreuset stainless steel replacement knob to replace the plastic one on the Tramontina item (recommended). I had to get a different length & circumfrence bolt (screw) from my local hardware store to adapt but it only cost me 19 cents! This item must be hand washed (no dishwasher)but it's a breeze to clean up no matter what you cook. So far everything I've made in it was fantastic!
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By JoJo on November 21, 2009
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I have shopped at Amazon for years and have been very satisfied with most of my purchases, this is the first time I was so impressed that I had to write a review. We have wanted a cast iron/enamel interior dutch oven for quite some time. I bought a Martha Stewart at Macys and returned it immediately due to a defect in the enamel interior. We decided to try this Tramontina and love it. I made Chicken Catchatori tonight and it was amazing. Tomorrow we're making beef stew and the next night......
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