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Staub® Marin-Blue Coq au Vin

  • Now: $199.96 - $279.95
  • Was: $279.95 - $299.95
  • Value: $400.00 - $429.00
HandCrafted Complete with a shining rooster handle, the Staub coq au vin is designed in honor of the famous traditional French dish, and the one to use whenever you’re braising chicken or other meats and vegetables.

The 4¼-qt. coq au vin is only available online.

  • Manufacturer: Staub
  • Material: Enameled cast iron
  • Care: Dishwasher safe, but hand washing recommended
  • Capacity: 4¼ qt. and 6 qt.
  • Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
  • Made in France
FEATURES
  • French cooking vessels designed to concentrate flavorful juices
  • Enameled cast-iron pots retain and distribute heat evenly and effectively
  • Durable matte-enamel finish won’t discolor, scratch, rust or chip
  • Ready to use—no seasoning required
  • Basting spikes on lid interiors funnel evaporated juices back down onto food for even basting
  • Extra-heavy lids seal in moisture for tender, flavorful results
  • Great for oven-to-table presentation
  • Smooth ceramic bases are suitable for all heat sources, including induction
  • Knobs are heat-resistant to 500°F
  • Comes with coq au vin recipes from some of America’s best chefs
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Yummy Roast Chicken
I use the Coq Au Vin to roast a small chicken when I can serve to 4-6 people. The great difference about Staub vs. Le Creuset is that the Staub Cast Iron all have lids which promote rebasting--with the rebasting nubs on the bottom of the lid...so my meat comes out that much tastier! Its a major difference, and I can't life without my little Blue Marin Staub
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February 19, 2011
Best lamb Biryani !
I have made many dishes in this , the lamb curry comes out very tender. I tried Biryani in this , it was quick , lamb was tender and intact and the result was beyond perfect!!!!
i have the round as well as the oval and both are great, . cleaning it is a breeeze. love i
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May 15, 2011
Happy Blue Coquette with the Chicken on the Top
This coquette was my first experience in cooking with Staub cast iron and was the reason I have since purchased several more Staub pieces. It deglazes wonderfully, even though at the beginning it was disconcerting not to be able to see every detail of the process on the black cooking surface. With time its release properties are improving as it develops a seasoning patina, which I think is a reflection of my lack of compulsion to scrub it squeaky clean as happens when I use the blond surfaced Le Creuset braisier or a stainless steel piece. Even though the blue color and the little chicken on the top do not enhance the pot's cooking properties, I can't help feeling more cheerful in their company
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June 14, 2013
Love the deep blue color and the quality
It is beautiful and best of all it cooks like a dream !
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September 27, 2011
 

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