Vintage Gourmet ® Pre Seasoned Cast Iron Dutch Oven & Cookware Set in a Wooden Box, Includes a pair of Oven Gloves (8pc)

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Care and Use Instructions – Follow these to Ensure that Your Cast Iron Lasts a Lifetime! Care 1) Hand wash and dry immediately – even before the very first use. 2) Allow your cookware to cool naturally prior to cleaning (plunging hot cast iron into water may cause damage). 3) Rub a small amount of

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Care and Use Instructions – Follow these to Ensure that Your Cast Iron Lasts a Lifetime! Care 1) Hand wash and dry immediately – even before the very first use. 2) Allow your cookware to cool naturally prior to cleaning (plunging hot cast iron into water may cause damage). 3) Rub a small amount of vegetable oil into the product after every wash. Use just enough to restore the sheen, without it becoming ‘sticky’. This reinforces the natural seasoning and protects the cast iron from moisture (which can lead to rusting). Use 1) It is safe to use metal, wood or silicone utensils with your cookware. 2) Some foods (especially eggs) may stick to some degree during initial usage. It is advisable to employ extra oil or butter until the seasoning has built-up. 3) Acidic foods such as tomatoes, beans and certain sauces can damage the seasoning and should be avoided until the natural non-stick layer has matured. 4) Cast iron rarely needs to be placed on an above-medium heat setting if adequately pre-heated. On occasions when a higher cooking temperature is required, elevate the heat gradually and apply oil just prior to adding the food in order to prevent sticking. 5) Holders/mitts are essential when using the handles. 7-piece saucepan set “Dutch Oven” made of cast iron For cooking on an open fire or with burning ash For cooking, roasting, frying, baking Incl. a convenient wooden box for transport Thick walled and solid Cast iron parts are already fired Large pot with lid and recess for the circulation of the burning ash Heat-resistant pot holder Ribbed grill plate Technical specifications: Pot with handle: Ø approx. 25.5 cm, height 10 cm Pot holder: Ø approx. 20 cm, height about 5 cm Lid lifter: Length of about 43 cm Pot with handle: Ø 19 cm, height 9 cm Pan: Ø 30 cm / height: about 5 cm Grill plate: approx. 51 cm x 23.5 cm, thickness 1.5 cm Transport wooden box: 55cm x 24cm x 35cm

Product Features

  • Suitable for use on induction, ceramic, electric and gas cooktops, as well as in the oven, on the stove, in the grill and on barbecues/campfires •Compatible with metal, wood and silicone utensils Easy to wipe clean
  • Rimmed lid this is so you can pile hot coals on the top to make the perfect Dutch camp oven
  • Vintage Gourmet ® Pre-seasoned set includes solid cast iron round saucepan with handle approx size. 5×3″, 4L flat bottomed Dutch Oven approx size is 8×4″, Trivet and Lid Lifter, Reversible Griddle /Grill plate approx size 20×10″, Skillet/Frying pan with approx 8″ diameter base, pair of Fireproof Oven gloves, all packed in a nicely decorative wooden box with a hinged lid and rope handles for convenient transport and storage, Cast iron for even distribution and retention of heat, Self-basting domed lid preserves moisture during cooking
  • Care and Use Instructions – Follow these to Ensure that Your Cast Iron Lasts a Lifetime! Care 1) Hand wash and dry immediately – even before the very first use. 2) Allow your cookware to cool naturally prior to cleaning (plunging hot cast iron into water may cause damage). 3) Rub a small amount of vegetable oil into the product after every wash. Use just enough to restore the sheen, without it becoming ‘sticky’. This reinforces the natural seasoning and protects the cast iron from moisture (which can lead to rusting). Use 1) It is safe to use metal, wood or silicone utensils with your cookware. 2) Some foods (especially eggs) may stick to some degree during initial usage. It is advisable to employ extra oil or butter until the seasoning has built-up. 3) Acidic foods such as tomatoes, beans and certain sauces can damage the seasoning and should be avoided until the natural non-stick layer has matured. 4) Cast iron rarely needs to be placed on an above-medium heat setting if adequately pre-heated. On occasions when a higher cooking temperature is required, elevate the heat gradually and apply oil just prior to adding the food in order to prevent sticking. 5) Holders/mitts are essential when using the handles. Protect countertops with trivets.
  • Ideal for Camping/Festival/ Gift. Creates great tasting, restaurant style food whilst maintaining an important healthy aspect to your cooking, Cast iron provides the finest heat distribution and retention of any cookware metal. The heat spreads rapidly and evenly across both the bottom and sides of the material and stays hot for a prolonged period of time. It is also extremely versatile and can be used to sear, fry, sauté, grill, roast, bake, braise and boil – both indoors or out. Cast iron will tolerate any heat source (except microwaves) and is therefore suitable for induction, ceramic, electric and gas cooktops. It will perform effortlessly in the oven, on the stove, in the grill and even on barbecues/campfires. The material is also brutally durable to the point of being almost indestructible. In fact, amazingly, some of the very first skillets, griddles and Dutch ovens, produced more than 100 years ago, are still being used in kitchens today!

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