Utopia Kitchen Pre Seasoned Cast Iron Dutch Oven with Dual Handle and Cover Casserole Dish, 5 Quart
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- This enameled cast iron Dutch oven 5 Quart has outer diameter of 25.70 cm; height 4.7 cm and thickness of 0.50 cm is meticulously designed to serve you for years and decades to come by resisting to temperatures up to 500 degrees F
- Integrated side handles and lid for secure transport and steam protection; it is ideal for braising and other methods that require long cooking over low heat or it can be used easily on the stove and as a serving dish on the table
- Iron deficiency is fairly common worldwide especially among women so cooking food in a cast iron dutch oven can increase iron content by as much as 20 percent
- Cast iron Dutch oven may seem like an old-fashioned choice in the kitchen but this dependable cookware is a must in the modern kitchen because it doesn’t leach chemicals
- Allow enameled cast iron pans to cool completely before washing them in hot soapy water with a sponge using regular dishwashing liquid soap
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Get the most value for money with this Top-Rated Professional Grade Cooking Equipment! Our Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Dutch Oven with Skillet Cover brings luxury cookware to your kitchen.
Perfect for cooking steaks, Panini, vegetables, and more. Its generous size provides ample of cooking space and can be used in the oven or over a campfire.
Dutch ovens are suitable for long, slow cooking, such as for making roasts, stews, casseroles, etc. Virtually, the recipes that can be cooked in a conventional oven can be cooked in this Dutch oven as well.
- Outer Diameter of pan is 10 inches (25.70 cm)
- Height is 4.7 inches (12 cm)
- Pan thickness is 0.2 inches (0.5 cm)
- Best for even heating and heat retention
- Sturdily constructed handles allow for convenient hanging when not in use
All our cast iron cookware are LEAD-FREE.
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It is important to understand cast iron if you're going to try it. Yes, it rusts very easily. That's actually a sign of something good. We are used to non-stick, poor conducting cookware. Iron is a great material in that you need no chemicals to make it non-stick and it conducts heat beautifully. We're not used to the care this material requires. I'll take a little more work but you get better results and avoid ingesting painted on junk. Worth it!
When you get the pot, clean with warm, soapy water. Dry with a cloth. Put it on the stove at low heat until it's well heated. Wipe the inside with oil and let it continue heating until it starts to smoke. Put the lid on and let it cool. Wipe it out to remove any excess oil. Then bake bread in it a couple times---simply add a little flour to keep sticky dough from sticking. Then use it for stewing. If you make something liquid, and/or acidic, you'll need to re-season. If you allow a little season buildup, the food will taste better and the pot will be easy to clean. If you scour it every time, you'll have to battle rust and food will taste funky.
Use it right and the results will be mind-blowing.