Staub Cookware

Staub Mini Cocotte

Staub Mini Cocotte Review

The Staub mini cocotte is the perfect size for single-serving meals and desserts. This tiny piece of cookware is modeled after the much larger French round oven. Constructed with enameled cast iron, these mini cocottes are resistant to scratching and thermal shocks for easy maintenance. Sear, roast or caramelize foods in these tiny cocottes. The self-basting, heavy lid keeps food moist and flavorful by trapping moisture inside. Staub makes it easy to use and maintain this cookware. No seasoning is required, and these cocottes can even be washed in the dishwasher. Oven safe and compatible with any cooktop surface, these mini cocottes are a must-have for any kitchen.

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Staub Frying Pan

Staub Frying Pan Review

The Staub frying pan is not your ordinary cast iron frying pan. Featuring an enamel finish, these pans come in a variety of fun colors and eliminate much of the maintenance that comes with traditional cast iron cookware. Safe for oven use and the dishwasher, this frying pan does not need to be seasoned and is compatible with all cooktop surfaces. Fry up your morning eggs or brown your favorite meats. This pan performs exceptionally well and features the same quality construction the Staub name is known for. For novice and enthusiasts alike, this is a piece of cookware that will benefit any kitchen.

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Staub Saute Pan

Staub Sauté Pan Review

Enjoy the efficiency and performance of cast iron cookware without the tedious maintenance with a Staub sauté pan. Featuring Staub’s famous enamel finish, these pans can be used on any cooktop surface and are easy to maintain. Sauté meat, fish and vegetables, or reheat leftovers. With cast iron’s exceptional heat distribution and retention, cooking has never been easier. These sauté pans come in a variety of beautiful colors, so you can take your pan from the oven right to the table for serving. If performance and ease of use are your top priorities, the Staub sauté pan will not disappoint.

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About Staub

In 1974, Francis Staub of France designed his first pot out of enamel and cast iron. This technology has now been the benchmark for enameled cookware all across the world. From award winning chefs to housewives, Staub has created a line up of cookware loved by all. Still made in France, the company offers frying pans, sauté pans and more within their cookware lineup. All pots are enameled and feature a black finish. All products within the company’s collection are handcrafted and one of a kind. Equal heat distribution and temperatures of up to 500 degrees are possible.

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