Dutch Ovens

The dutch oven is a type of deep pans with two metal handles that have a round, square, oval, or rectangular shape.

Braziers are suitable for use both on the stove and in the oven. Braziers are ideal for baking bread, sautéing and stewing vegetables, and frying meat and fish.

The Dutch oven is distinguished by a large diameter and a thickened bottom, which contributes to an even distribution of heat and gradual heat treatment of the dish. Thanks to these design features, the food does not stick and does not stick to the surface of the vessel. Traditionally, the Dutch oven is made of heat-resistant glass, aluminum, stainless steel, and cast iron.

The Dutch oven is an ideal cookware for preparing juicy and aromatic dishes in the oven. The only drawback of the Dutch oven may be the heavyweight of the vessel. Among the main advantages of the Dutch oven, it is worth highlighting:

  1. uniform baking of the dish;
  2. dense walls and heat-resistant metal handles;
  3. food does not burn;
  4. the rich taste and unrivaled aroma of the meal;
  5. functional design;
  6. simplicity in operation;
  7. the ability to cook a massive amount of food.

 We offer you some tips to help you choose the right roasting pan. When selecting a fryer, special attention should be paid to:

  1. Durable and practical materials that are used for the manufacture of fry pots are copper, cast iron, stainless steel, ceramics, and aluminum.
  2. Teflon, mineral, and ceramic coatings are considered the most popular coatings.
  3. The lid promotes uniform heating of the dish and also does not allow the boiling liquid to get to the surface of the stove.

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