With its distinctive round shape with a reduced base that widens upwards, La Marmitta Le Creuset is a classic with an unmistakable design.
Originally used to cook mussels and other shellfish, today it is used for grilling, frying and braising, thus creating a wide variety of recipes, from soups to stews to risottos…
It requires a small amount of liquid to generate the steam useful for cooking, leaving the food hot and crispy even hours after cooking.Features Muffler
Vitrified cast iron
Thanks to almost a century of experience, Le Creuset is able to combine cast iron and glass to create an exceptional product. Each product is made by melting the cast iron, which is refined and subjected to strict quality controls and then cast inside sand moulds that are broken after firing. Continuous research and rigorous controls guarantee a quality above the standards, which offers the ideal balance between performance and aesthetics. Designed, developed and manufactured entirely in the French headquarters in Fresnoy-le-Grand, each vitrified cast iron cocotte has the following characteristics:
ERGONOMICS AND DESIGN
Easy to use thanks to the wide handles that guarantee an excellent grip and the hollow stainless steel knob that disperses heat easily.
In cast iron pots and pans it is possible to make both short and longer cooking at low temperature.
ALWAYS PERFECT COOKING
The excellent conduction and uniform thickness of the cast iron ensure even heat distribution.
Maintains heat for a long time after cooking.
The vitrified surface does not absorb or transfer moisture, odours or flavours to the food being cooked, it resists any type of acidity and preserves the flavours and vitamins of the food.
EASY TO CLEAN
Cast iron products are also suitable for dishwasher washing.
SUITABLE FOR ALL HEAT SOURCES
Induction and oven included.
RESISTANT AND GUARANTEED FOR LIFE
High quality vitrified surface, resistant to daily wear and tear.
Tradition combined with technological innovation: this is the secret of Le Creuset’s timeless success that passes on the style from generation to generation.
TIPS IN A NUTSHELL:
For perfect cooking
Make sure the temperature rises slowly and progressively at medium focus.
Turn off the cooker before the end of cooking, which will be completed slowly when the fire is turned off.
Once the pot has cooled down completely, soak it in warm soapy water for 20 minutes. Wash, rinse, dry, and you’re done!