Round Cocotte w/ 2.75-qt Capacity & Enamel Coated Cast Iron, Dark Blue

Staub 1102291 Residential Dutch Ovens & Braziers

MPN: 1102291
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Staub 1102291 Description

SKU: 103-1102291

This Staub round cocotte is constructed to last a lifetime. With a smooth ceramic bottom that is safe for all heating surfaces, including induction, this charming sized 2-3/4 quart dutch oven is ideal for romantic meals for 2. The rugged cast iron construction provides superior heat retention, while the lid on this coquette provides continuous self basting, keeping your food moist, tender, and flavorful. Like all of Staub's high quality cast iron cookware, this cocotte comes ready to use right out of the box; no seasoning is required.

Standard Features:

  • Round
  • 2-3/4 qt. capacity is ideal for an individual servings or meals for 2
  • Cast iron
  • Matte-enamel finish is chip and rust resistant
  • Smooth ceramic bottom makes this dutch oven safe for use on all heating surfaces, including induction
  • Lid provides continuous self basting, keeping your food moist, tender, and flavorful
  • Ready to use -no seasoning required
  • Dark blue
  • Made in France

Cocotte, round, 2.75 Quart capacity, cast iron, matte-enamel finish is chip and rust resistant, no seasoning required, dark blue.

Staub 1102291 Specifications

Type Dutch Ovens & Braziers
Style Dutch Ovens & Casseroles
Size 2-3/4 qt
Material Enameled Cast Iron
Color Dark Blue
Category Cookware
Weight 10.70

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  • Better than Le Creuset

    By on June 22, 2012

    "I recently purchased a Le Creuset 6-1/2qt Doufeu but found it too big for some uses. I was looking for a 2-1/2qt doufeu when I stumbled on the 2.75qt cocotte. I'm SO glad I did. I use the cocotte a lot. The single handle is much better than double handle on the Le Creuset pieces. Forget the Crockpot, the cocotte works great as a slow cooker. I also find myself using this more than my Lodge cast iron skillet because of the higher sides. Not only does it do a great job in the kitchen it looks great in the dining room. The dark blue goes great with our Polish pottery."
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