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Staub: Round stackable oven dish, 16 cm, black
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Staub: Round stackable oven dish, 16 cm, black

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Casting iron retains heat best, diffuses it slowly and distributes it absolutely evenly. The dish is therefore ideal for serving at table.
Its black matte enamel interior coating prevents foods from sticking.


Black
Ø 16 cm - Vol: 0.4 liter 

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Product code: 1301623

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Details

Round stackable oven dish 

 

Available in various colours and the following sizes:

Ø 16 cm - 6’’
Volume: 0.4 liter -  1/2 qt

 

Requires no seasoning and prevents foods from sticking

  • two cast iron handles
  • stackable
  • Enameled cast iron is compatible with all heat sources, including induction 
  • Dishwasher safe and scratch resistant
  • Ideal for serving at table
  • Made in France
  • Non-stick surface due to the black matte enamel interior coating

 

To complement the range of cast-iron cocottes, Staub has developed high-quality products for a variety of day-to-day cooking requirements. Discover a range of stackable oval or round dishes and roasting dishes also suitable for use as oven-to-tableware. These products have high quality matte black enamel on the interior, ideal for roasting, browning and keeping food warm. Staub cast iron distributes heat more efficiently, evenly and gradually, helping retain aromas and flavours. The range of special cookware from Staub will enable you to prepare wholesome and tasty dishes, from the most traditional to the most authentic, for your family and friends.

  

The advantages of enameled cast iron

1. Ingredients retain their nutritional value and the full intensity of their flavors. Meat does not dry out and vegetables remain juicy. 

2. Whatever dishes you prepare in the roasting dish, you can rely on delicious and nutritious results! 

3. The strength and heat-retention properties of cast iron have been appreciated for millennia in the kitchens of Central Asia. 

4. Casting iron is a carbon-rich iron alloy, one of the materials that retains heat best, diffuses it slowly and distributes it absolutely evenly. 

5. Once cast iron is hot, its heat-retention properties allow you to turn the heat down to a minimum for gentle simmering and reduced energy consumption. 

6. Cast iron also retains cold: refrigerate before serving and your cast iron product will remain cool at the table. 

7. Enamel, which is made mainly of glass, is extremely durable. 

8. Enameled cast iron is compatible with all heat sources, including induction.

 

Made in France: traditional and authentic craftsmanship

Each product is individually crafted using time-honored manufacturing processes. Production includes a hundred visual or technical inspection points to ensure that each item fulfills our uncompromising quality standards.

 

Pre-use care

Before using your cocotte, we recommend that you wash it with warm water and dishwashing liquid, and then dry it. We also recommend applying a small amount of cooking oil in your pot before using it, to enhance the properties of the special black enamel. Feel free to apply oil again before every use. Your Staub La Cocotte is now ready for cooking. 

 

Precautions 

  • Regardless of the heat source used (electric, gas, induction), enameled cast iron cookware must be heated gradually to avoid thermal shock and possible damage. 
  • Select a flame or element that is smaller or equal to the dimension of the bottom of your Staub pot. Allowing flames from gas ranges to envelope the sides of the pot may cause discoloration or damageto the enamel.
  • We recommend the use of wooden or plastic utensils.
  • Do not overheat an empty pot; all cooking should be monitored.
  • To avoid any risk of burns, always use a potholder or oven mitt.
  • Do not place a hot vessel on an unprotected surface.

 

After use care and maintenance

After the pot has cooled from cooking, wash in warm water with dish- washing liquid and dry thoroughly with a clean cloth. Let pots sit in the open air before storing. Do not use bleach or abrasive detergents – if residue remains after cleaning, soak in warm water to loosen. Dishwasher use is possible, however the harsh detergents and abrasion with other utensils may cause damage and affect non-stick properties. Any products with wooden handles should not be put in a dishwasher at any time. Do not stack or store enameled objects without protecting the exterior surface. The knobs and handles may loosen with use. Check the tightness from time to time and gently retighten them if necessary. 

 

Additional Information

SKU 1301623
Hersteller SKU 40509-553-0
Weight (in kg) 1.0510
Manufacturer Staub
Series STAUB Auflaufformen
Material Cast Iron
EAN 3272343016230
Color Black
Diameter 16 cm
Volume 0,4 L
Length 22 cm
Height 5 cm
Availability immediate dispatch

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Producer Information

Staub

 

 

Introduction

Staub was established in 1974 by Francis Staub in Alsace, a region in eastern France known for its rich history of craftsmanship and culinary excellence. The stork in the Staub logo is a traditional symbol of Alsace and a sign of the company’s heritage, character and identity. To this day, all of our cast-iron cookware is made in France. But we set standards worldwide: Staub is the brand of choice among many of the world’s most renowned chefs – including Paul Bocuse. Our products come with the guarantee of flawless quality and are proven in day-to-day use in the kitchens and on the tables of prestigious restaurants as well ashouseholds. In June 2008, Staub became a member of the German based ZWILLING Group, a specialist in top-quality knives and kitchen utensils.

 

Made in France: Traditional and authentic craftsmanship

Each product is individually crafted using time-honored manufacturing processes. Production includes a hundred visual or technical inspection points to ensure that each item fulfills our uncompromising quality standards.

 

Majolica enamel expertise

Special majolica enamels: comprising 100% glass

The special technique used to give majolica enamels their color results in uniquely glossy enamel in deep and intense shades.

The three-coat majolica enameling process:
1. Black base coat applied to prepare the rough cast iron, guaranteeing a superior finish by smoothing over small irregularities in the cast surface.
2. Colored enamel coating.
3. Finish coating, a special majolica formula that gives the colors a high gloss and very intense shade with marked contrasts.

 

Table culture in 8 colors

With their fine quality and exquisite enamel finish, Staub products go elegantly from the kitchen to the table. The outer surfaces are given at least two coats of enamel using an innovative technique.

 

Matte black finish

Pot interiors are enameled with a matte black finish.
• High-quality enamel offers improved resistance to thermalshocks and scratching.
• Ideal properties for searing, roasting and caramelizing.
• Favored by renowned chefs and people who love to cook.
• Easy to clean and convenient to use.

 

The chef’s choice

Since 1998, Staub and Paul Bocuse, triple star chef for half a century, have cooperated closely together to the benefit of cocotte cooking lovers. After many years, the collaboration has taken concrete form with products and novel recipes. A Paul Bocuse cocotte with a unique design was developed, followed by a series of gourmet recipes created by the Paul Bocuse Institute. “If I had just one secret, it would be that of a well-designed product.” Paul Bocuse, globally renowned chef, writer and ambassador of French cuisine, elected Chef of the Century in New York by the prestigious Culinary Institute of America