This cherry-redLe Creuset La Fonte enamel rectangular grill pan is a heavy-weight that will last for decades. Because of its length of 32 cm (including the handles: 38.5 cm), width of 22 cm and height of 2.5 cm the pan is perfect for almost any cooking hob and oven. With the versatile cast-iron grill you can easily and evenly grill meat and vegetables.
La Fonte enamel pans
Le Creuset La Fonte enamel pans are cast from cast-iron. For each individual pan a mould is made from sand. This mould is filled with cast-iron. The result is enhanced with a stunning enamel non-stick coating and the outside fitted with the characteristic Le Creuset colours. The result is a decent, heavy pan. A real style icon, perfect to last for generations. This method makes every pan unique, subtle differences can, after all, not be ruled out. One of the characteristic features of these world-famous pans.
Treat Le Creuset pans with care
It is important to clean and dry this Le Creuset grill pan before use. In addition, always select a fitting heat source to match the base diameter of the pan. With a gas hob make sure that the flames cannot spread around the sides of the pan. The flames should only hit the base. Also don't immediately place the hot pan under a cold tap, this could damage it. Make sure it has enough time to cool off.
To clean the pan after use you need to soak it in warm water for 15 to 30 minutes. Subsequently you can wash the pan under the tap and, if need be, scrub it clean with a scrub brush. Never use detergent or scouring pads! This pan is dishwasher proof. Do, however, keep in mind that this will affect the patina (a natural non-stick coating) and eventually even dull out the enamel finish.
Read more about the use of an enamel cast-iron pan here.
History of Le Creuset pans
The basis for the success of the Le Creuset pans started in 1924 a the fair in Brussels. Iron smith Armand Desaegher and Octave Aubecq, the founder of Les Émailleries, joined forces and decided to start a company together. It turned out to be an amazing decision. Ever since 1925 they have been conquering the world with the enamel Le Creuset pans.
Throughout the years Le Creuset has continued to innovate. Time and time again one returned to the drawing board for new designs, models and colours. This urge to innovate is the reason that today, over 90 years later, these iconic pans are still the best in the world. Unparalleled production quality and leading designs and colours have turned Le Creuset into an icon.