Black, 4.5QT=4.2L, H19*W28*D30cm,both lid and pot with legs, 5.8kg
Internal: Dia 23.5*9.5cm
Lid Handle included
The Dutch Oven is a heavy, traditional, cast iron pot and a precisely fitting lid with which you can cook, roast, stew, deep-fry, stew and bake anywhere. Thanks to its high mass (cast iron), the Dutch Oven regulates uneven heat and enables even cooking. Simply put glowing coals, embers or grill briquettes on the lid and under the pot and the Dutch Oven experience can begin. The extra raised edge of the lid and the three legs offer optimal conditions for coal and Co.
In the Dutch Oven, dishes such as braised meat, stews, bread, cakes and much more are child's play. Regardless of whether it is a fireplace, barbecue area or campfire, the cast pot is mobile and flexible. The three legs provide a stable stand - a separate pot stand is not required. Meals such as meat are uniquely tender in the Dutch Oven and develop an outstanding aroma - you will be amazed!
Your product advantages at a glance
- Number of people: 2 - 5 people
- Contents (total): 4.2 liters
- Contents (pot): 3.1 liters
- Contents (lid): 1.1 liters
- Already burned in - preseasoned
- Can directly can be used
- inner diameter: 23.5 cm
- inner height: 9.5 cm
- weight: 5.8 kg
- Material pot and lid: cast iron
- Including lid lifter
- Material lid lifter: steel, painted
Additional highlights: The lid of the Dutch Oven also has feet. If you turn this around, you can use it as a grill pan or serving plate! With the thermometer bushing, the temperature can be checked very practically without having to lift the lid.
Information about branding
The Dutch Ovens are already burned in and can be used immediately. If you need to bake it again after cleaning, clean the pot with hot water. Then rub it with tasteless, vegetable fat (e.g. coconut fat). Place the Dutch Oven upside down in the oven (or better, outside in a hot kettle grill) for one hour at 200 ° C. Rub in any remaining fat. Finished. Repeat this treatment regularly so that the pores are filled and the pot is optimally protected from rust.
Information on cleaning / care
Hot water is sufficient for cleaning - scrub off coarser food residues with a brush. Never use soap or harsh detergents. These destroy the layer of fat and the pot then has to be burned in again (see above). Do not keep leftovers in the Dutch Oven. Remove ashes from the lid and pot immediately after use, as this, in