Deep pots … have a lot to offer!
Thanks to the extra-high sides, this cast-iron pot has a large capacity. Use it for soups, stews and more, especially if you are cooking for many people. This roaster can comfortably hold portions for 8 to 10 guests. Place it on the table as an eye-catcher for direct serving.
Our heat-resistant lid knob (up to 260 °C) is designed for a better grip, even when lifting the lid with oven gloves.
Quick cleaning: The lightly enamelled interior makes for easier cleaning.
Thanks to our large handles, you can easily move products from the hob to the oven to the table, even when wearing oven gloves.
A real all-rounder: suitable for oven, hob, induction or oven with grill function.
The cast iron retains heat very well, perfect for even cooking and roasting. Your delicious creations will also stay warm on the table for longer.
Locks in moisture: Our tight-fitting lid helps to retain moisture in the dish and enhance flavour – for perfectly prepared food.
Easy to handle: The elegant and practical handles allow you to lift it safely.
Not too hot: Cook at an even, low to medium heat to preserve your cast iron and achieve delicious results.
Industry-leading: Our products are made from the highest quality materials in manufacturing plants around the world – ensuring the quality you expect from Le Creuset.
Material: Enamelled cast iron
Made in: France
Warranty: 30 years
Oven with grill function
Glass ceramic hob
Capacity: 5 l
Length: 32.5 cm
Width: 25.2 cm
Height: 18.7 cm
Depth: 13.1 cm
Use & Care
Suitable for the freezer
Before first use
We hope you enjoy unpacking your new purchase! (Remove the stickers and packaging).
Before using your Le Creuset product for the first time, rinse it in hot dishwater; then rinse thoroughly and dry.
Protect yourself – always use oven gloves when handling hot items.
We recommend using only Le Creuset silicone, wood or heat-resistant plastic kitchen utensils. DO NOT use knives or metal utensils as this may discolour and scratch the enamelled surface of the product.
Use the product on the most appropriate size hob – this will cook your food more evenly and reduce the risk of damage to the handles and sides. This is particularly important with induction hobs: If you use the wrong diameter hob, there is a risk that the product will not be ‘recognised’ by the hob.
Cooking at medium or low heat gives the best results – also when frying and browning. Let the pan heat up gradually to achieve evenly cooked, tasty dishes. If you still need a high temperature, reduce the heat as soon as the desired temperature is reached.
Never push the product over a glass ceramic hob/plate as this may damage the underside of the product and the glass plate. Instead, always lift the product and place it on the surface.
Let your product cool down before cleaning it.
Clean off any residue from the bottom and sides of the product. If food residue sticks, fill the product with warm rinse water and let it soak for 15 to 20 minutes before rinsing as usual.
Do not use abrasive cleaners or metal, rough or very hard cleaning pads or brushes on any of the surfaces.
Dry well after rinsing and store in a dry place.