Lodge Mini Cocotte, 10 oz., 2" deep, round, with lid, porcelain enamel over cast iron, casserole dish
Colors available: Matte Black, Red Enamel
4 mini cocottes per case
What is Porcelain Enamel on Cast Iron? It is actually glass that becomes bonded to the cast iron at high temperatures. A particulate of glass, called frit, is applied to the cast iron vessel and then baked at temperatures between 1200° and 1400° F. The frit melts and fuses to the cast iron, forming a bond. Porcelain enamel on cast iron is heat tolerant, impervious to water and other consumables, and is FDA approved.
Benefits of Porcelain Enamel on Cast Iron
The right tool to marinate, refrigerate, cook and serve
Unparalleled in heat retention and even-heating
Smooth glass surface won't react to ingredients
Broil, braise, bake or roast in the oven up to 500° F
Sauté, simmer or fry on any stovetop
Use and Care Although Lodge enamel is dishwasher-safe, hand washing in warm soapy water is recommended to preserve original finish. The porcelain coating is very chip resistant, but not chip-proof. Use nylon, silicone, or wood utensils; metal utensils will scratch the glass surface. Do not use in microwaves.
4 EA / Case
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