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3-qt Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron Balti Dish (Various Colors) EXPIRED

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Le Creuset.com has 3-qt Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron Balti Dish (Various Colors) on sale for $105. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Enameled cast iron delivers superior heat distribution and retention
  • Ready to use, requires no seasoning
  • Easy-to-clean and durable enamel resists dulling, staining, chipping and cracking
  • Black satin interior enamel is specially formulated for higher surface temperatures to enhance cooking performance
  • Flat base steadies the pan on the stovetop and the ergonomic handles are designed for easy lifting
  • Lightest weight cast iron by quart on the market
  • Compatible with all cooktops and oven-safe up to 500°F
  • Safe for dishwasher
  • 12 1/4" wide with handles, 3" tall, 9 3/4" diameter
  • Made in France

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    • This is $69 lower (40% savings) than the $174 list price.
    • All sales final.
  • About this product:
    • Le Creuset products are covered by a Lifetime Limited Warranty. See website for details.
    • Defective cookware will be replaced free of charge, or replaced by a similar product or one of equivalent value if the product is no longer in production. Replacement with the same color cannot be guaranteed.
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Ideal for Asian style of cooking, especially Indian curries.
Only disadvantage is lack of lid, but the handles are outstretched and otherwise highly rated.
Size is perfect for 3-4 persons (3 qt).
Contrary to typical cream interior, this has black enamel which supports high temperature cooking.
Available in multiple colors.
Made in France.
FREE SHIPPING!!

==Specifications==
Servings: 3-4
Material: Enameled Cast Iron
Capacity: 3 qt.
Heat Source: Ceramic, Electric, Gas, Halogen, Induction, Oven
Dimensions: 12 1/4" wide with handles, 3" tall, 9 3/4" diameter
Piece Count: 1
Cleaning: Dishwasher-Safe
Country Of Origin: France
Warranty: Limited Lifetime
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love350z asked this question on 08-13-2022 at 11:54 AM
08-14-2022 at 12:05 PM
They are not refurbished. A lot of FTT items are overstock.

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That's a great pan, and you can't get any better than Le Creuset.


I wish I could justify spending the money, I have tons of new in-the-box enamel on cast iron already.


The only thing I would suggest to potential buyers is to get out a ruler, 3 quarts, and under 10 inches wide and 3 inches tall is a rather petite pan. The pictures always make smaller cookware seem larger.


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I have this and have to say it's much too small to get any use. The size is simply too small to make anything that is worth the time to make in cast iron, like curries or stews or chilis - you're not going to want to make an hours-long recipe for 2-3 people with no leftovers. Plus, not having a lid makes simmering or broiling pointless. I mostly used it for searing stir frys, but the weight is too much to toss the food around. There are other pots, pans, skillets, and dutch ovens that suit cooking better than this specialty item...so it sets unused and out of sight in the back bottom of my kitchen shelf.
I own many Le creuset pots and this is definitely a specialty pot. Keep in mind it has no lid and requires two hands to lift.

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Good price here?
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That's a great pan, and you can't get any better than Le Creuset.


I wish I could justify spending the money, I have tons of new in-the-box enamel on cast iron already.


The only thing I would suggest to potential buyers is to get out a ruler, 3 quarts, and under 10 inches wide and 3 inches tall is a rather petite pan. The pictures always make smaller cookware seem larger.


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I own many Le creuset pots and this is definitely a specialty pot. Keep in mind it has no lid and requires two hands to lift.
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Is the color black?
Quote from brightvenus :
https://www.lecreuset.com/balti-d...2-FTT.html [lecreuset.com]

Ideal for Asian style of cooking, especially Indian curries.
Only disadvantage is lack of lid, but the handles are outstretched and otherwise highly rated.
Size is perfect for 3-4 persons (3 qt).
Contrary to typical cream interior, this has black enamel which supports high temperature cooking.
Available in multiple colors.
Made in France.
FREE SHIPPING!!

==Specifications==
Servings: 3-4
Material: Enameled Cast Iron
Capacity: 3 qt.
Heat Source: Ceramic, Electric, Gas, Halogen, Induction, Oven
Dimensions: 12 1/4" wide with handles, 3" tall, 9 3/4" diameter
Piece Count: 1
Cleaning: Dishwasher-Safe
Country Of Origin: France
Warranty: Limited Lifetime
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How good a dish at $105 is!
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OK advantage of using this instead of a regular "Lodge Cast Iron product"
Besides the ceramic making it look purty ... does it improve anything??
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I got a couple cast iron pans at Costco last week but I'm looking for something that would work for eggs that DOESN'T contain toxic chemicals. I used nonstick pans for years and never realized that they contain "forever chemicals" and now I'm trying to find alternatives. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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Quote from johnulcer :
I got a couple cast iron pans at Costco last week but I'm looking for something that would work for eggs that DOESN'T contain toxic chemicals. I used nonstick pans for years and never realized that they contain "forever chemicals" and now I'm trying to find alternatives. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Hexclad but it's not as non stick as nonstick
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Quote from johnulcer :
I got a couple cast iron pans at Costco last week but I'm looking for something that would work for eggs that DOESN'T contain toxic chemicals. I used nonstick pans for years and never realized that they contain "forever chemicals" and now I'm trying to find alternatives. Does anyone have any suggestions?
You can always try stainless steel with a little oil (if you're making fried / over easy style) or maybe with a little butter if you're making scrambles.
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I got a couple cast iron pans at Costco last week but I'm looking for something that would work for eggs that DOESN'T contain toxic chemicals. I used nonstick pans for years and never realized that they contain "forever chemicals" and now I'm trying to find alternatives. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Those Ninja Foodi Pans are surprisingly great and aren't that expensive.
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Quote from johnulcer :
I got a couple cast iron pans at Costco last week but I'm looking for something that would work for eggs that DOESN'T contain toxic chemicals. I used nonstick pans for years and never realized that they contain "forever chemicals" and now I'm trying to find alternatives. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Crystal Salt.. drizzle some into a frypan along with butter/ oil before you break your eggs. Works as good as a non-stick pan.
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In for one. Not sure what factory to table mean. Cant go wrong with Le Crouset
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