A culinary classic, the Le Creuset casserole has been loved by cooks across the world for nearly a century. Perfectly designed for stews, roasts, soups, casseroles and baking, this iconic piece is your one-stop pot for memorable meals with an intense depth of mouth-watering flavour.
Le Creuset Stoneware provides exceptional thermal resistance and maintains even temperature when cooking to prevent scorching. Le Creuset’s expertise in enamelling also ensures that each piece of stoneware is also easy to clean and scratch resistant.
Please read the care and use instructions to ensure you get the very best experience when using your new purchase.
All Le Creuset Stoneware is made from specialist clays and then fired at the highest temperatures to ensure each piece is of the highest quality. Le Creuset offer a 10 year guarantee on each piece of Stoneware and Dinnerware.
Grill Safe: Yes
Oven Safe: Yes
Electric Hob: Yes
Ceramic Glass Cooktop: Yes
Gas Hob: Yes
Dishwasher Safe: Yes
Temperature Range: -23℃-260℃
Storage: Freezer Compatible
Before your First Use:
Enjoy unboxing your new purchase! (And make sure to remove the labels and packaging.)
Wash your Le Creuset product in warm, soapy water; then rinse and dry thoroughly.
Stay protected – always use oven gloves when handling anything hot.
When using under the grill, always allow at least a 6.5 cm (2 ½ inch) gap between the heat source and the top of your product.
When microwaving, only cover the top of the dish, leave the handles exposed. The handles might become hot after a long time in the microwave.
Don't put a frozen dish of food in a preheated oven. Instead, place it in a cold oven, set the temperature and allow the two to heat up together. Before serving, always check food is piping hot throughout. If you want to heat a dish that's currently at room temperature, don't preheat your oven above 205°C (that's 400°F). Adding liquid to a dish in the oven? Take the dish out of the oven and allow it to cool for a few minutes first.
Wait for your product to cool down before you start cleaning it.
Wipe any leftovers off the base and sides of the product. If there’s food stuck on, fill the product with warm, soapy water and let it soak for 15 to 20 minutes before washing as usual.
Wash and dry by hand. Or pop your stoneware in the dishwasher for a full cycle.