Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron Signature Iron Handle Skillet, 10.25" (1-3/4 qt.), Marseille
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- Heavyweight fry pan requires very little oil, making it an excellent choice for low-fat cooking
- Optimized for steady, even heat, Le Creusets improved enamel interior resists staining, dulling, and wear and tear
- Black enamel interior requires no additional seasoning, unlike other cast-iron cookware
- New large loop helper handle facilitates lifting the pan and provides a better grip even while wearing oven mitts
- Enameled cast-iron construction provides superior heat retention. Dishwasher safe for fast, convenient cleanup
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THE STORY OF A TRUE ORIGINAL
Since 1925, Le Creuset has been renowned as the colorful French companion in kitchens across the globe. Defined by three essential truths, Les Trois Vérités, we’re more than just cookware. As the first, finest and favorite, we’re honored to share in the meals, memories and traditions made by food lovers around the world.
When Le Creuset was founded in 1925, most cookware was utilitarian in nature. Armand Desaegher, a casting specialist, and Octave Aubecq, an enameling expert, saw an opportunity in the sea of gray. The two French artisans perfected a glazing process that coated cast iron in a layer of premium colorful enamel. More functional, more versatile, and more beautiful, the result was an entirely new way of thinking about cookware — an innovation that would come to define Le Creuset.
Today, Le Creuset has grown into a beloved international brand with a product range that spans various categories, including cast iron, stainless steel, stoneware, nonstick, dinnerware and more.
THE FIRST IN COLORFUL COOKWARE
With an unrivaled selection of bold, rich colors in a range of finishes and materials, Le Creuset is the leader in highly-durable, chip-resistant enameled cast iron.
Le Creuset is a pioneer in color development and the leader in highly-durable, chip-resistant enameled cast iron. Although others now offer their own interpretations of our signature craft, our visionary enamel expertise spans nearly a century and gives our brand the edge in quality and innovation. From the pure, rich tones of our colors to the fine quality of our distinct gradient and finishes, Le Creuset’s leadership in color is unmistakable.
Le Creuset’s palette of classic colors and trend-leading hues demonstrates our unique perspective on color. Our design-forward approach has resulted in the release of some of the world’s most sought-after shades, often turning Le Creuset cookware into powerful style statements and cherished collections.
THE FINEST IN QUALITY AND DESIGN
For almost a century, Le Creuset cookware’s unrivaled performance has fueled food lovers’ passions and earned customers’ trust. We continually perfect our craftsmanship and optimize our product design for beauty, durability and superior results so our customers can experience the joy of inspiring cookware and better-tasting food. Our full product range includes enameled cast iron, stoneware, stainless steel, nonstick, silicone and much more, and every product is crafted with only the highest quality raw materials.
Our focus on the finest quality and design has prompted culinary leaders such America’s Test Kitchen, Cooking Light, Epicurious and hundreds of renowned chefs to use Le Creuset cookware for a performance they can trust every time and recommend it as the best choice.
THE FAVORITE FOR GENERATIONS
Beloved for the performance it delivers and the personal statement it makes, Le Creuset has been trusted by home cooks and master chefs for generations — it is the backbone of kitchens around the world, now and for years to come.
Some brands are trusted and some brands are loved. The Le Creuset brand is both. Our cookware is beloved for the empowering performance it delivers, the personal style it expresses and the rich memories it helps make. Le Creuset cookware isn’t the kind to gather dust in a cabinet — cooks turn to it regularly, folding it into their everyday rhythm in the kitchen.
Today, you can find devoted Le Creuset customers all around the world, from world-renowned chefs cooking in Michelin-starred restaurants to young home cooks trying their hand at something new. International followers have often clustered around Le Creuset’s specific cookware pieces and the rich culture they celebrate — and all share an uncommon love for the brand.
Enameled Cast Iron
As the world’s first colorful cookware, Le Creuset enameled cast iron has been the visionary color and quality benchmark for almost a century – an essential tool for master chefs and home cooks alike. Individually crafted by French artisans from the finest quality materials since 1925, the iconic cookware is beloved for its perfected design and exceptional heat retention that produces superior results, from stove to oven to table. Designed for everyday durability, the unrivaled vibrant enamel finish is exceptionally easy to use and clean, making Le Creuset enameled cast iron a trusted favorite for generations.
Le Creuset stoneware is expertly crafted in our timeless colors and designs for unsurpassed results and everyday versatility. Premium stoneware produces exceptional heat distribution and retention, and ensures food is uniformly browned and cooked to perfection. Scratch-resistant and dishwasher-safe, the durable colorful glaze resists stains and flavors, and is virtually nonstick for easy cleanup.
Enamel on Steel
Le Creuset enamel on steel stockpots and kettles deliver the fastest-heating performance of premium carbon steel glazed in our beautiful palette of colors. Lightweight and durable, carbon steel rapidly brings water to a boil to speed up prep and cooking and retains heat to keep food and liquids warm. The easy-to-clean colorful porcelain enamel coating is non-reactive and resistant to stains and flavors, making enamel on steel ideal for everyday use.
Toughened Nonstick PRO
Now 4X stronger, Le Creuset's Toughened Nonstick PRO cookware delivers superior results and everyday ease of use. Each exceptionally versatile pan is crafted to our legendary standards and features a textured triple-reinforced PFOA-free coating that easily wipes clean. Safe for dishwasher, oven and metal utensils, Le Creuset’s nonstick is the choice for mastering flavorful meals, from stove to oven to table.
Signature Stainless Steel
Le Creuset Signature Stainless Steel is crafted by European artisans with a refined performance-driven design to master any culinary challenge. Radiant and durable, the triple layer construction features a full base-to-rim aluminum core for superior heat distribution, while the lightweight titanium-infused stainless steel exterior resists scorching and corrosion. Innovative details such as interior capacity markings, iconic three-ring lid with built-in steam vents, and a dripless pouring rim save valuable prep time and make cleanup a breeze.
Le Creuset silicone tools and accessories are designed from premium-quality BPA-free silicone for everyday use and long-lasting durability. From utensils to prep bowls to trivets, each remarkably versatile tool resists stains, odors and flavor absorption, and is heat-resistant to 482°F. Non-abrasive and flexible, silicone tools are ideal for use on nonstick and porcelain enamel cookware surfaces.
Inspired by nearly a century of culinary craftsmanship, Le Creuset is proud to present the Signature collection as the next evolution of its enameled cast-iron cookware. Signature seamlessly blends Le Creusets classic form and feel with the latest ergonomic and functional innovations.
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1- The skillet is not nonstick nor does the description say that it is.
2 - It is also not meant to be seasoned as some may think is the problem. The interior is sealed with enamel, you can’t season it like bare cast iron. Food won’t stick if you know how to use it.
3 - The pan needs to heat up before you put anything in it. If you’ve only ever cooked in nonstick cookware you can get away with starting with too cold of a skillet, cast iron requires the skillet to be hot. I turn the burner to a medium setting and let it heat up for 3-4 minutes along with your choice of oil or cooking spray before putting any food in. Cast iron initially heats un-evenly but retains that heat. That’s also why when cooking delicate things like eggs I actually shut the burner off halfway through as the skillet will retain its heat for quite some time.
4 - I got the pan in the photos about a year ago and it cooks food just as great today as it did the first day. My pan hasn’t developed the patina that is mentioned but I tend to throw mine in the dishwasher after wiping it out which will slow that process.
5 - And being able to throw this in the dishwasher if you’re feeling extremely lazy is something you’ll never be able to do with regular cast iron.
I just bought my second pan and gave it as a gift, these things are great!
1. DO NOT COOK (or even pre-heat) YOUR SKILLET ABOVE MEDIUM HEAT.
-> Food will cook fine at medium or lower heat, and the skillet retains heat very well as it is cast iron under the enamel.
-> I can even sear Ahi Tuna Steaks at medium heat on this product provided I use enough oil
2. It cleans fairly easy and is "quasi" non-stick, but is nowhere near comparable to real "non-stick" skillets.
-> If you expect the same non-stick performance as Teflon or similar products, then you will be disappointed.
3. DO NOT USE METAL UTENSILS WHEN COOKING OR CLEANING THE SKILLET
-> For stubborn stuck food, simply soak an inch or so of water inside the skillet for 20 minutes or so.
-> Use a NON-METALLIC sponge or semi-soft nylon scrubber brush
4. Many reviews strongly suggest that the Le Creuset Warranty is garbage and that the company declines all claims by default under the assumption that you have miss-used the product. While that is very likely true in 90% of the cases, it is hard to respect a company which advertises a warranty with no intention of ever standing by it. "Normal Use" is even listed as a disqualifying exigency.
In short, for *some* foods like eggs, it's almost twice the hassle of using a cheap non-stick skillet which costs 1/5th as much, but that's the price of not poisoning yourself with polymers, and in some instances this pan will impart superior texture to the food it cooks. It will also look outstanding in your kitchen.
1. After initially washing, I heated some oil in the pan for 10min or so then washed it out, just to get the patina started clean.
2. Pre-heat the pan low and slow (5 min at the 2 setting on my basic gas stove)
3. Let the eggs sit outside the fridge for 10 minutes or so to take the chill off
4. Once the pan's heated, throw in a small amount of butter or oil and let it come to temp and coat evenly
5. Add eggs
The big thing is heating slowly and using fat - not sure how much the other steps help, but they can't hurt. In any case the result was great - I scrambled the eggs right in the pan and had zero sticking. Eggs slid right out and cooked perfectly.
It's still early days with this skillet, but I'm hoping I can cook eggs (and other stuff) in it basically every day for the rest of my life without getting poisoned or needing to send for replacement every year or so. So far so good!
Top reviews from other countries
En cuanto al aceite solo necesita un poco para curar la superficie y se vuelve bastante antiadherente, e incluso cuando algo de comida empieza a pegarse solo basta un poquito de agua (que por cierto al no tener casi aceite, no brinca nada) que genera burbujas que despegan completamente todo. Y en el caso especial de la carne, no necesita de nada, pues el puro jugo mantiene la carne cociéndose sin pegarse.
Lo ideal es calentarlo la primera vez y curarlo para que empiece a tener antiaderencia. No necesita más que limpiarlo cuando todavía está caliente para quitarle los pocos restos de comida que queden en él. Y si de plano se olvidarán de el y dejarán que se le pegara la comida mucho tiempo, basta con hecharle agua caliente con sal y al tallarlo con un zacate de trastes saldrá todo muy rápido. También sería excelente usar utencilios plásticos, pero por experiencia sé que no sé dañará fácilmente aún con utencilios de acero, porque mi novia lo talló con una fibra de acero inoxidable y noble hizo nada.
Tomar en cuenta que al ser todo de hierro vitrificado, es excelente para meter al horno, pero se calienta todo, así que tener cuidado al manejarlo.
Le Creuset skillet is amazing and the more you use it the better will be. I never use soap for clean it (just the first time as written on instruction) and with some warm water and a sponge the skillet is perfectly clean and remain no smells. This the way to maintain the skillet bright and nonstick. I Love it!
Reviewed in Mexico on September 13, 2020