Le Creuset Signature Cast-Iron Deep Skillet
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With its deep sides, Le Creuset's enameled cast-iron skillet is well suited to stovetop frying, pan roasting and small oven braises. Part of the innovative Signature collection, the pan seamlessly blends classic form with the latest ergonomic innovations.
- Enameled cast-iron construction provides superior heat retention.
- Black enamel interior requires no additional seasoning, unlike other cast-iron cookware.
- New large loop helper handle facilitates lifting the pan and provides a better grip even while wearing oven mitts.
- Handle and helper handle enhance control, making it simple to transfer from stove to table.
- Made in France.
- Dimensions & More Info
- 10" diam., 2" high; 5 lb. 10 oz.
- 12" diam., 2 1/4" high; 6 lb. 3 oz.
- 13" diam., 2 1/2" high; 9 lb.
- Optimized for steady, even heat, Le Creuset's improved enamel interior resists staining, dulling, and wear and tear.
- Heavyweight fry pan requires very little oil, making it an excellent choice for low-fat cooking.
- Made in France.
- Use & Care
- Ideal for use on any type of cooktop, including induction.
- For best results, use low to medium heat on cooktop.
- Oven and broiler safe.
- Use wood, plastic or heat-resistant nylon tools to avoid scratching the enamel surface.
- Do not slide pan on stovetop.
- Enamel can chip or crack if dropped or banged on hard surface.
- Allow pan to cool before washing.
- Dishwasher safe.
- Avoid using steel wool, steel scouring pads, harsh detergents or abrasive cleansers.
- Stubborn food residue and stains can be removed with a nylon scrubbing pad or sponge.
Next Day Delivery
Orders received by 9:00 p.m., Eastern time, Monday through Thursday will arrive the next business day; orders placed Friday through Sunday will arrive on the following Tuesday.
- More about Le Creuset
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.