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 Cast Iron Casserole Dish - £17.50 @ Sainsbury's
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Posted 18th AugEdited by:"Massive-Yeti"

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Picked these up today. They weren't showing the reduction on the shelves but was reduced at the till. Decent quality for the price.
Instore and online.

Made in China.


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Good for Dutch oven bread in your own oven.
I’ve a couple of different bits Sainsbury’s cast iron cookware. Really good stuff.

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Delivery is £7 😫
sabrina8918/08/2019 20:38

Delivery is £7 😫


i got delivery for just £1 tuesday in the afternoon
gibblesuk18/08/2019 21:05

i got delivery for just £1 tuesday in the afternoon


I found a £1 option but it turned to £7, as did the other options I tried 😞
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Not sure how it compares, but a "famous french brand" goes for over ten times as much.

Ok some may argue this isn't the same, but ten times worse? I doubt it!
Edited by: "deleted361726" 18th Aug
Brilliant deal
Got one of these a while back, absolutely fantastic, weigh a bloody tonne.

However, it looks like they have replaced the handle on the lid with one that screws on rather than formed from one piece of metal? If so that is a shame, seems more likely that the enamel will start to crack around it. Still would buy it though.

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Edited by: "TipsyNurse" 18th Aug
Good deal.
Tesco had that for £11
TipsyNurse18/08/2019 22:07

Got one of these a while back, absolutely fantastic, weigh a bloody …Got one of these a while back, absolutely fantastic, weigh a bloody tonne.However, it looks like they have replaced the handle on the lid with one that screws on rather than formed from one piece of metal? If so that is a shame, seems more likely that the enamel will start to crack around it. Still would buy it though.[Image]


I got these previously on another deal and they cracked and rusted, very disappointed they arent good quality at all. I'm just glad I didn't pay full price TBH!
deleted36172618/08/2019 21:41

Not sure how it compares, but a "famous french brand" goes for over ten …Not sure how it compares, but a "famous french brand" goes for over ten times as much.Ok some may argue this isn't the same, but ten times worse? I doubt it!


I’ve had one of the French brand for must be going on 20 years, but when I recently needed a smaller one and saw the price difference, I had the same thought as you.
I bake bread in them, so heat them up at max temp in the oven for 40 minutes, then bake the bread at max temp for another 40, so it is pretty tough. The enamel on the inside of supermarket one (I forget whether I got it at Lidl or at Sainsbury’s) “sprang” within a year. I can still use it for bread, but not for anything else, so I’m not certain the French is not ten times better value...
terriq19/08/2019 18:06

I got these previously on another deal and they cracked and rusted, very …I got these previously on another deal and they cracked and rusted, very disappointed they arent good quality at all. I'm just glad I didn't pay full price TBH!


Guessing you never seasoned it then?

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Edited by: "Mr_Gus" 19th Aug
Mr_Gus19/08/2019 20:00

Guessing you never seasoned it …Guessing you never seasoned it then?https://www.seriouseats.com/2016/09/how-to-season-cast-iron-pans-skillets-cookware.html


You can't season enamel.
simate19/08/2019 20:04

You can't season enamel.


The comment was that it rusted!? ...don't think it said enamelled?

The description doesn't appear to say enamelled either, thus I had to assume for lack of info to the contrary not clicked any links to scrutinise.

Also if there are un-enamelled contact area's they *can* be seasoned to give them better protection.
Edited by: "Mr_Gus" 19th Aug
How's this for using with sourdough?
Mr_Gus19/08/2019 20:00

Guessing you never seasoned it …Guessing you never seasoned it then?https://www.seriouseats.com/2016/09/how-to-season-cast-iron-pans-skillets-cookware.html


They are enamelled in the inside, I've never seasoned any other enameled pots I've had and they are fine. On these ones the enamel chipped off and it rusted with very little use.
Edited by: "terriq" 20th Aug
terriq20/08/2019 08:26

They are enamelled in the inside, I've never seasoned any other enameled …They are enamelled in the inside, I've never seasoned any other enameled pots I've had and they are fine. On these ones the enamel chipped off and it rusted with very little use.


if its protective coating chips ff then yeah, it will rust, but lessened odds if those bits are seasoned.
like you get wetin the rain in a naff jacket that the waterproofer & the stitching is letting in water.
Mr_Gus20/08/2019 19:01

if its protective coating chips ff then yeah, it will rust, but lessened …if its protective coating chips ff then yeah, it will rust, but lessened odds if those bits are seasoned. like you get wetin the rain in a naff jacket that the waterproofer & the stitching is letting in water.


It rusted on the outside is that part supposed to be seasoned? It isn't a pan BTW seen the video u put up there.
Edited by: "terriq" 22nd Aug
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