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Lodge 4.73 litre / 5 quart Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Double Dutch Oven (with Loop Handles)

June 25, 2017 - Comment

This double Dutch oven will not only create a hearty meal for up to six people but the lid also doubles as a frying pan, which is handy if you’ve got limited space in your kitchen or even on your travels. Lodge’s famous cast iron Dutch ovens, or casserole dishes, are the original slow cookers.

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This double Dutch oven will not only create a hearty meal for up to six people but the lid also doubles as a frying pan, which is handy if you’ve got limited space in your kitchen or even on your travels. Lodge’s famous cast iron Dutch ovens, or casserole dishes, are the original slow cookers. They are also perfect for almost anything you could cook in a conventional oven, with their trademark flat bottoms and tight-fitting lids to seal in heat, flavour and moisture during the cooking process. Moulded loop handles also guarantee a really solid grip for your oven gloves as you lift them off your hob or camp fire.Heat resistant to 260°C.

26cm Dia.

Product Features

  • 4.73 litre/5 quart Dutch oven with a lid that also converts into a 26.04 cm/10.25 inch skillet
  • Dutch oven is ideal for roasts, stews, casseroles and other dishes that require long, slow cooking
  • Skillet is perfect size for frying meat and sautéing vegetables
  • Integrated side handles on both the base and the lid enable easy lifting
  • Pre-seasoned at Lodge’s foundry for a natural, easy-release finish that improves with use
  • Suitable for use on induction, ceramic, electric and gas cooktops, as well as in the oven, on the stove, in the grill and on barbecues/campfires
  • Extremely versatile – can be used to sear, fry, sauté, grill, roast, bake, braise and broil (both indoors or out)
  • Compatible with metal, wood and silicone utensils
  • Clean via hand washing (Lodge cast iron is sterile at 212 degrees Fahrenheit/100 degrees Celsius, so detergents are optional)
  • Brutally tough – can last for over 100 years if care and use instructions (included with item) are followed
  • Lifetime guarantee (full details below)

Comments

Frankly & Honestly Yours says:

Perfect size for our induction stove, works a charm! Hubby and I just did a massive fry of buttermilk chicken and we’re stoked! This Dutch oven is simply the perfect size for any fry-ups. The oil splattering on the counter-tops…. A thing of the past! You might like to know that the rim is slim enough to slot on your thermometer when trying the attain the ideal frying temperature. You might also like to know that it works like a charm on our induction stove too. One just has to be careful about NOT sliding the dutch oven on the stove as it might scratch the surface. It’s a beauty but it also weighs a ton! We’re going for another round of southern fried chicken before braising some short beef ribs and shoving it into the oven to cook low and slow! To say the least, we’re very satisfied with this purchase. It’s got a lovely rustic quality to it compared to the other mainstream brands. Quite frankly, I find those enameled Dutch ovens a little over-rated and denies you the feeling of a good ol’ country campfire cooking! FYI, internal…

Noel says:

Lodge Cast Iron 4.73 Pot Dutch Oven I have been waiting a few weeks for this particular pot to be restocked with the loop handles. The package arrived yesterday and was washed dried and pressed into service last night. the lid makes an excellent shallow skillet and being cast iron you can flash fry in the pot on a gas ring. I flashed off two lots of rough chopped onions one lot in the pot and one lot in the lid. Combined all into the pot while I sweated off a couple of capsicum peppers in the lid and then added chicken breasts dry rubbed with a mixture of (dry) ginger garlic and coriander. A liberal spoon of red Thai paste, lemon grass and a few other spices from the cupboard. A veg stock made from cabbage leaves and “greens” covered the chicken (and still plenty room in the pot). Into the oven for a couple of hours on high-ish heat (175degC). A quick taste test ( to check my chicken was cooked) And served into bowls followed my twenty minutes of silence while it was consumed. Delicious . Very pleased with my…

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