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Tramontina 6.5 Qt Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven Red
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- Includes heavy enameled cast iron lid with stainless steel knob
- Versatile for any cooking technique: The Dutch Oven is the perfect choice for preparing slow-cooked meals such as soups, stews, casseroles, sauces and more
- Superior heat retention and distribution: Enameled cast iron distributes heat slowly and evenly to tenderize and self-baste meats, poultry and vegetables, and lock in fresh flavors
- Long-lasting finish: The porcelain enameled finish is beautiful, long-lasting and eliminates the need to season the cookware
- From oven to tabletop: The sloped sides of the vessel make it easy and convenient to baste, stir or serve
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Tramontina's cast-iron 6.5 Qt. Round Dutch Oven provides superior heat retention which produces tender and flavorful meats, soups, stews, breads, cobblers and many other dishes. SAFETY USE AND CARE INSTRUCTIONS Using Your Enameled Cast-Iron Cookware Before using your cookware for the first time, hand-wash with warm soapy water and dry thoroughly. Although the enamel coating on your cookware does not require seasoning, we recommend seasoning the vessel rim and lid rim where the cast iron is exposed. Season by lightly rubbing cooking oil onto surface. Heat cookware in oven for one hour at 350°F (176°C) and let cool. Cookware is ready to use. The cast-iron grill pan and skillets are coated with an interior matte black porcelain enamel; therefore, it is only necessary to season the rim on these items. Avoid knocking utensils on the cookware rims or cutting food directly within the cookware, as this may permanently damage the enamel surface. The enamel surfaces are not suitable for dry cooking. Add a liquid, butter or oil to the bottom of the cookware prior to heating. A gradual low-to-medium heat setting yields the most even and best results for most cooking tasks, including frying and searing, and the use of high heat is not necessary. Once hot, nearly all cooking tasks can be completed with lower settings. In fact, use of high heat can permanently discolor and damage the cookware and void the warranty. When using cookware on ceramic glass stovetops, always lift (do not slide) to move to avoid scratching the cooktop. Keep cookware on burner only during necessary time for cooking or boiling. Do not overheat empty cookware or allow gas flames to extend up sides of cookware and overheat handles. The cookware is oven-safe at temperatures up to 450°F (232°C). Even though integral handles and lid knobs are oven-safe, they will get hot in oven and on stovetop, particularly gas stoves where an open flame is used. Therefore, use protective mitts when handling
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I liken these two pots to cars. The Tramontina is like a Subaru Legacy: Nice, perfectly functional, practical, many "extras" included. The LeCreuset is like a BMW 5-series. You'll notice that the LeCreuset has finer craftsmanship: This is especially apparent in the lid. The LeCreuset is heavier, the paint appears to be thicker and more evenly applied, and the enamel coating also appears more durable. HOWEVER, the Tramontina is perfectly functional and has performed well searing, braising,and while making soups. The value is excellent. I've owned the pot about a month and a half, so I can't speak to its longevity, but given what I paid for it I'm pleased.
Bottom line: If you add this pot to a collection where you have other LeCreuset pieces, you're going to notice the difference when using this pot, despite it being perfectly functional and producing good results when cooking. If you're like me, you'll use your LeCreuset pieces first and when they're in the sink dirty, you'll then use this pot (it won't be your first choice). However, if you don't have other high quality cast iron enamel pieces in your collection, this will quickly become your "go to" pot, because enameled cast iron is awesome to cook with. Would I buy it again? Yes. Will I keep using it? Yes. Do I wish I had the $$$ to buy the LeCreuset instead? Yes.
Follow all Tramontina instructions for seasoning the rims of the dutch oven and by all means don't use metal for stirring in this pot (though I do cheat and use metal tongs for browning roasts and large pieces of meat.)
Clean up is very, very simple. Anything I've ever cooked as pretty much wiped out of the pot on the first try. The rare occasions something sticks, I use these --> Scotch Brite Heavy Duty Scouring Pads 20 Count <-- and it's gone with one or two swipes without scratching the ceramic surface.
Make sure you get the model with the *metal* knob, not plastic, in case you want to bake some delicious high heat breads.
Just updating to say I'm still in love with this enameled cast iron dutch oven. I wouldn't even be able to count the number of times I have used it at this point. It still cleans out with zero, and I mean ZERO effort on my part. It's still gorgeous even after having been banged a few times. No chips, no wear on the enamel. Just a few minuscule scratches on the inside bottom due to my cheating with stainless steel tongs (fight the temptation with all that you are!) But really, those a teenie, tiny scratches and have no effect on cooking - plus, I caused them so they don't count. I would absolutely purchase this product again without a second thought. You don't need to spend a fortune for an outstanding dutch oven. This one is proof of that.
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