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Le Creuset Stoneware Chilli Red Casserole Pot 23 x 23 x2 2cm for £28.98 delivered @ TK Maxx
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Le Creuset Stoneware Chilli Red Casserole Pot 23 x 23 x2 2cm for £28.98 delivered @ TK Maxx

£28.98£31.959%TK Maxx Deals
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Le Creuset Stoneware Chilli Red Casserole Pot 23 x 23 x2 2cm for £28.98 delivered @ TK Maxx
Posted 6th Sep 2020

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This classic look stoneware casserole pot is finished in a chilli red hygienic glaze. This vibrant pot also features a lid and a beige interior.
23 x 23 x 12cm
Dishwasher safe. Microwave safe. Freezer safe. Oven safe up to 260c

Standard UK Delivery
£3.99 (FREE if you spend £75 or more online)
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Don't confuse this with a cast iron casserole, you can't use it on a hob.

Otherwise nice price.
u66454106/09/2020 09:42

Don't confuse this with a cast iron casserole, you can't use it on a …Don't confuse this with a cast iron casserole, you can't use it on a hob.Otherwise nice price.


Yup, found that out last weekend!
Wife NOT happy....
People arguing about casseroles and stews now. I really have seen it all on here.
Jeez some of these comments, it’s like an episode of Big Bang Theory
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Don't confuse this with a cast iron casserole, you can't use it on a hob.

Otherwise nice price.
u66454106/09/2020 09:42

Don't confuse this with a cast iron casserole, you can't use it on a …Don't confuse this with a cast iron casserole, you can't use it on a hob.Otherwise nice price.


Yup, found that out last weekend!
Wife NOT happy....
u66454106/09/2020 09:42

Don't confuse this with a cast iron casserole, you can't use it on a …Don't confuse this with a cast iron casserole, you can't use it on a hob.Otherwise nice price.


A casserole pot that can’t be used on a hob?
PAISAL06/09/2020 10:37

A casserole pot that can’t be used on a hob?


It will be ceramic, judging by heat on this thread not everyone realises.
compadre06/09/2020 10:38

It will be ceramic, judging by heat on this thread not everyone realises.


I just thought the whole point in a casserole pot was so that you could go straight from hob to oven. This would mean having to use two separate pots, losing flavour and making twice the mess.
Edited by: "PAISAL" 6th Sep
PAISAL06/09/2020 10:41

I just thought the whole point in a casserole pot was so that you could go …I just thought the whole point in a casserole pot was so that you could go straight from hob to oven. This would mean having to use two separate pots, losing flavour and making twice the mess.


That's the whole point of cast iron ones, but ceramic like this you just load up with cooked or uncooked ingredients and sling in the oven. And washing up one extra frying pan is hardly an onerous task.
Edited by: "lazyfatboy" 6th Sep
lazyfatboy06/09/2020 11:38

That's the whole point of cast iron ones, but ceramic like this you just …That's the whole point of cast iron ones, but ceramic like this you just load up with cooked or uncooked ingredients and sling in the oven. And washing up one extra frying pan is hardly an onerous task.


Depends on what you’re cooking and how much of it. When there’s a mountain of other dishes to deal with, one less is not to be sniffed at.

I’m surprised at you. I would have thought lazyfatboy would have been supportive of my position here.

I didn’t know that ceramic pots are also called casserole dishes.

I would still say that a true casserole dish should be hob to oven.
Edited by: "PAISAL" 6th Sep
PAISAL06/09/2020 10:37

A casserole pot that can’t be used on a hob?


You don't cook a Casserole on the hob, that would be a stew. Casseroles are generally cooked in an oven hence the name used here.
Bi5H06/09/2020 12:08

You don't cook a Casserole on the hob, that would be a stew. Casseroles …You don't cook a Casserole on the hob, that would be a stew. Casseroles are generally cooked in an oven hence the name used here.


Casseroles are not cooked on a hob, true. They’re cooked on both the hob and the oven.

Stews are irrelevant here. They too can be cooked the same way (hob and oven).
Edited by: "PAISAL" 6th Sep
What happens if you use it on a hob?
Luke_Howard06/09/2020 14:43

What happens if you use it on a hob?


It’s ceramic. So it’ll crack. Shatter. Break.
Edited by: "PAISAL" 6th Sep
Jeez some of these comments, it’s like an episode of Big Bang Theory
Still pricey
PAISAL06/09/2020 12:16

Casseroles are not cooked on a hob, true. They’re cooked on both the hob a …Casseroles are not cooked on a hob, true. They’re cooked on both the hob and the oven. Stews are irrelevant here. They too can be cooked the same way (hob and oven).


I'm not sure what country you're based in but I've never heard of anyone cooking a Casserole in both an oven and a hob. I've never even seen a recipe that recommends this to be done. If you were meant to do this why would they even sell a dish that can't go on a hob. Just Google what the word Casserole means,
Edited by: "Bi5H" 6th Sep
Bi5H06/09/2020 16:59

I'm not sure what country you're based in but I've never heard of anyone …I'm not sure what country you're based in but I've never heard of anyone cooking a Casserole in both an oven and a hob. I've never even seen a recipe that recommends this to be done. If you were meant to do this why would they even sell a dish that can't go on a hob. Just Google what the word Casserole means,


I suppose you can cook it on hob and oven, really the only reason to use the hob is to brown the meat. Not a major problem to use another pan for this first phase. Or buy a cheaper cast iron casserole.... Can also be used for stews!
aldi.co.uk/c/s…-10
Or.
hotukdeals.com/dea…793
Edited by: "compadre" 6th Sep
People arguing about casseroles and stews now. I really have seen it all on here.
PAISAL06/09/2020 12:16

Casseroles are not cooked on a hob, true. They’re cooked on both the hob a …Casseroles are not cooked on a hob, true. They’re cooked on both the hob and the oven. Stews are irrelevant here. They too can be cooked the same way (hob and oven).


Casseroles are not normally cooked on the hob, they are an American invention that are cooked in two stages first off in the oven with the lid on and then finished off with the lid off, the second stage with the lid off can be used to put veg on top of the stew part so they are ready at the same time as the casserole is ready but the veg not over cooked.
compadre06/09/2020 17:35

I suppose you can cook it on hob and oven, really the only reason to use …I suppose you can cook it on hob and oven, really the only reason to use the hob is to brown the meat. Not a major problem to use another pan for this first phase. Or buy a cheaper cast iron casserole.... Can also be used for stews!https://www.aldi.co.uk/c/specialbuys/dates/2020-09-10Or.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/villeroy-boch-vivo-group-cw0463-casserole-pot-42-litres-24-cm-black-cast-iron-ps2499-dispatched-and-sold-by-beldray-at-amazon-3525793


This is what I meant really. I did not mean any extensive hob cooking. Browning or sealing meat prior to ovening the entire dish or adding more ingredients, infusing flavours or just for reducing cooking time.

A bit like how you can roast a chicken that way too. No one would then say that’s not a real roast.

Although I did think this was more common than it is apparently.
Edited by: "PAISAL" 6th Sep
americanonpurpose06/09/2020 17:40

People arguing about casseroles and stews now. I really have seen it all …People arguing about casseroles and stews now. I really have seen it all on here.


Forget your Amiga/Atari, spectrum/c64, ps/Xbox playground fights, this is the big one!
These are a waste of money, nothing beats a cast iron that you can use on the hob and on a fire. You just burn some oil on it to "season" it and it always looks as good as new. Just don't drop it on a tiled floor, like I did and be left with a £1500 insurance claim!
Le Creuset say that their stoneware pots are not to be used on a hob but are safe tuo use in the oven
Edited by: "Charlie9325" 6th Sep
Wondered why this was so cheap then realised its not iron ware!!
Great price
compadre06/09/2020 10:38

It will be ceramic, judging by heat on this thread not everyone realises.


Heat lol
BabyDog06/09/2020 18:56

These are a waste of money, nothing beats a cast iron that you can use on …These are a waste of money, nothing beats a cast iron that you can use on the hob and on a fire. You just burn some oil on it to "season" it and it always looks as good as new. Just don't drop it on a tiled floor, like I did and be left with a £1500 insurance claim!


No need to season a le creuset cast iron casserole, they are enamelled, not raw cast iron.
Only a casserole would put this on a hob.
americanonpurpose06/09/2020 17:40

People arguing about casseroles and stews now. I really have seen it all …People arguing about casseroles and stews now. I really have seen it all on here.


A real arguement is stewing in this thread
Has anyone mentioned that this shouldn't be used on the hob yet?
simandoo07/09/2020 06:49

Has anyone mentioned that this shouldn't be used on the hob yet?



A casserole pot that can’t be used on a hob?
Dembe07/09/2020 07:10

A casserole pot that can’t be used on a hob?


Burn it to the ground!!!
OOS
Village07/09/2020 01:24

Only a casserole would put this on a hob.


I did, but see myself as more of a stew.
It cracked.
Loudly.
MrKrabs06/09/2020 18:52

Forget your Amiga/Atari, spectrum/c64, ps/Xbox playground fights, this is …Forget your Amiga/Atari, spectrum/c64, ps/Xbox playground fights, this is the big one!


I had an Atari ST and I used to argue that it was better than the Amiga

Fool of a child that I was
Good price for the brand.

Just a heads up that Aldi have cast iron cookware (both the enamel coated and the raw cast iron interiors) as special buys this week.

I doubt anything will be over £25. Some nice looking colours too.
I think this is OOS
simandoo07/09/2020 06:49

Has anyone mentioned that this shouldn't be used on the hob yet?


but you can sling it in the microwave, which you shouldn't really with the cast iron ones...
obwan201407/09/2020 09:16

but you can sling it in the microwave, which you shouldn't really with the …but you can sling it in the microwave, which you shouldn't really with the cast iron ones...


But don't put the microwave into the oven.
simandoo07/09/2020 09:20

But don't put the microwave into the oven.


Or the dishwasher.
americanonpurpose06/09/2020 17:40

People arguing about casseroles and stews now. I really have seen it all …People arguing about casseroles and stews now. I really have seen it all on here.


Go back to your casseroles, Fry Boy.
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