Le Creuset's versatile saucier features a gently rounded shape and sloped sides to help facilitate stirring and whisking. Its broad surface area speeds evaporation, making it useful for reducing sauces and simmering risotto, polenta and other grains.
The first Le Creuset foundry opened in 1925 in Fresnoy-le-Grand, France, and specialized in cast-iron cookware. The cast-iron pieces are still made at the original factory, using the traditional techniques of hand forging and casting in individual sand molds. The brightly pigmented porcelain-enamel glaze that first set Le Creuset cookware apart from other cast-iron cookware now comes in a wide range of traditional and contemporary colors. In 2013, Le Creuset began producing innovative stainless-steel cookware in Portugal with lids that incorporate the same signature three-ring design as the company’s classic cast-iron pieces. This stainless-steel collection was awarded the prestigious 2014 Red Dot Award for product design.
|Le Creuset Classic Cast-Iron Saucier, 2 1/4-Qt., Red||No Longer Available||No Longer Available|
|Le Creuset Classic Cast-Iron Saucier, 3-Qt., Red||Sugg. Price $370 Our Price $260||$0|
|Le Creuset Classic Cast-Iron Saucier, 2 1/4-Qt., Flame||Sugg. Price $330 Our Price $230||$0|
|Le Creuset Classic Cast-Iron Saucier, 2 1/4-Qt., Caribbean||Sugg. Price $330 Our Price $230||$0|
|Le Creuset Classic Cast-Iron Saucier, 2 1/4-Qt., Dune||No Longer Available||No Longer Available|