La Cuisine Round Casserole Red 20cm
Dimensions: 20cm, 1.75L
These gorgeous little casseroles are perfect for so many different dishes. On the hob, you might choose to use them for soups or vegetables. Alternatively, you might just fancy an oven-baked, cheesy potato gratin. Feel like a hearty stew?
You can always bring the dish straight to the table and serve directly from the casserole – cast iron keeps food warmer for longer that any other type of cookware. As with all items in the range, they have the sure-grip Élysée handles.
State of the Art Technology : La Cuisine cookware is produced using the latest technology in cast iron. La Cuisine have moved production away from traditional floor-casted products in favour of the DisaMatic production method. Each La Cuisine casserole is produced using sand moulds, which are used only once. The advantages of this production method are many, including a better, more uniform casting. Also, as every single piece has it's own mould, every piece of La Cuisine cookware is truly unique
Design: Product design is by the much-lauded and award-winning Marcus Notley, a graduate of the College of Art and Design. Aesthetically beautiful, with gorgeous deep colours which are guaranteed to elicit many compliments, the Élysée series is widely acknowledged as being of great design. That said, function was at the forefront when La Cuisine began the process of creating a range of world class cast iron cookware.
Energy Efficient: Cast Iron only requires low to medium settings and retains heat very well.
Durable: A good quality Cast Iron pot can be expected to last a lifetime. It can easily withstand the wear and tear associated with modern cooking. It is not delicate and, in terms of maintenance, requires only the minimum of effort. It is not unusual to find a cast iron pot that has been passed down through generations.
Versatile: Cast Iron is suitable for just about anything when it comes to cooking. It lends itself to grilling, sautéing and is perfect for those dishes which require slow cooking, either on the hob or in the oven. Moreover, it's suitable for all hob types, including induction.
Safe: Cast Iron is intrinsically safe and, even at high temperatures, doesn't emit any dangerous toxins. It also retains its composition and shape under extreme conditions, unlike some softer materials.