Le Creuset and the Benefits of Enamel on Steel Cookware

Le Creuset and the Benefits of Enamel on Steel Cookware

Le Creuset’s enamel on steel stock pots and kettles deliver the fastest heating performance of all their products. They are lightweight and durable, plus the colorful enamel is easy to clean, non-reactive (hello, big batch tomato sauce!), and resists staining.

The tall, straight sides of the stock pot make them ideal for stocks, soups, stews, chilis, seafood boils, and even sous vide cooking.

The stainless steel rim prevents chipping and cracking, and the carbon steel body is compatible with all cooktops, including induction. Just like the stock pots, Le Creuset’s kettles are also made from premium carbon steel and compatible with all cooktops. Shop our collection of Le Creuset Stockpots here.

A single-tone whistle alerts when water has reached a roiling boil. Glazed in Le Creuset's stylish color palette, and there’s a color to compliment every kitchen. Check out all of the colors in the Demi Kettle and Whistling Kettle

Some tips: We recommend wooden or silicone tools to make your glaze last longer. Never place enamel on steel products in the dishwasher. For stubborn stains, fill the stock pot with water and baking soda and allow it to soak briefly. Do not submerge for long periods of time. Storing acidic foods for over a day in your enamel on steel stockpot is not recommended, so transfer those soups and stews to another container before putting them in the fridge.

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