We teamed up with Staub to bring you this gorgeous new color that you’ll only find at Sur La Table. A traditional French cooking vessel designed to concentrate flavorful juices, this miniature-sized, hand-finished cocotte is ideal for individual servings of stews, soups, casseroles and cobblers. Enameled cast-iron pot retains and distributes heat evenly and effectively. Ready to use—no seasoning required.
Durable matte-enamel finish won’t discolor, rust or chip. Ceramic base is suitable for all heat sources. Limited lifetime warranty. Dishwasher safe. Made in France. ¼ qt.
Care: Dishwasher safe
Capacity: ¼ qt.
Material: Enameled cast iron
Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
Great for making individual servings of stews, soups, casseroles and cobblers.
Distributes and retains heat evenly for perfect results.
Durable enamel finish won’t chip, scratch or discolor.
Can be used with all heat sources.
Requires no seasoning.
Made in France.
Legendary Staub enameled cast-iron cookware has been favored by professional chefs and cooking aficionados the world over. A sand mold is made for each piece, and the manufacturing process takes an entire day just to create one piece.
Staub enameled cast-iron cookware retains and distributes heat evenly and effectively. It requires no seasoning, doesn ’t chip, discolor or rust, and works on all cooking surfaces, including induction.
Receive a free decorative knob by mail (a $43 value) when you purchase $200 worth of Staub cookware.
I have this in 2 1/2 qt (grenadine) and 5 qt (basil). I also have a Le Creuset 3 1/2 qt. I do a LOT of braising and slow cooking, and I have to say the Staub is the best. It's slightly heavier, although I don't have a comparably sized Le Creuset pot, but even my 2/12 qt Staub seems heavier than the 3 1/2 qt Le Creuset. And my perception is that it heats better (especially for browning and searing) without the enamel on the inside.
But the best thing about the Staub is the spikes on the inside of the lid, for self-basting. It's genious
I love my Le Creuset pots but I got one of these for Christmas and it was love at first sight! I have the 4 quart coquette and I use it for everything from braised chicken to soups to deep frying spring rolls. It has a nice heavy weight to it and washes very easily. It's pluses are the black interior, the spikes in the lid and the stainless steel handle. It's only minus is that the black interior might keep some white stains if you don't dry it thoroughly after washing
This enameled cast iron pot can go right from the stove- to the oven (up to 500 degrees)- to the table and right into the fridge! I love it! I can cook everything right in it- serve and stick it in the fridge. It is quite beautiful as well! Hand glazed in France! I am also in love with the grenadine color (but all of the Staub colors are gorgeous!). It cooks very evenly and holds all of the moisture inside of your foods- they even have self basting lids! Wonderful product
I love this product. From the color (grenadine) to the quality, though a little pricey, I think it's worth it...plus when I bought it 3-4 years ago Sur la table had the promo of a free grill pan. I've been looking for a similar promo because I wanted to buy a smaller dutch oven but unfortunately no luck yet. Love brasing my famous carnitas a la chipotle sauce....yummo
This was a gift that I pull out for special dinners. I use it to make roast chicken and vegetables, with everything always turing out perfectly. The color is great and easy to serve right out of the pot
My wife has 3 of these and liked them so much she wanted 3 more so that she had one for each person in the family for meal time. The larger chain store she originally got them from was out of stock, and thank goodness Sur La Table had them. Thank you.!
What are the dimensions in inches of the interior of the pot, also the exterior including the handles. Also would like to know the weight in lb/oz as I am sure that it is heavy.Next question, will you offer, in the future, a 7 or 7 1/2 quart round cocotte as I would prefer this size to the 9 quart
A shopper on Jan 3, 2012
Best Answer:A traditional French cooking vessel designed to concentrate flavorful juices, this hand-finished cocotte is ideal for stews, soups, casseroles, roasts and braises. Enameled cast-iron construction distributes and retains heat evenly and effectively and requires no seasoning.The dimensions on this item are:Inside diameter 11 7/8""Handle to Handle is 15""Height is 5 3/4""and it weighs approximately 20 pounds.I am not currently aware of plans to carry a 7 or 71/2 quart round cocotte
The dimensions on this item are: Inside diameter 11 7/8""Handle to Handle is 15""Height is 5 3/4""and it weighs approximately 20 pounds. I am not currently aware of plans to carry a 7 or 71/2 quart round cocotte
Why are some enameled staub coquettes dishwasher safe and others are not? Does this have to do with the size of the pot? Color isn't a factor.
A shopper on Aug 13, 2011
Best Answer:All Staub cookware is dishwasher safe, but we advise against heavy use. Since Staub is one the highest quality pieces of cookware you will ever buy, it is best to take care of it with care and protection. Following our care and use instructions will guarantee beautiful Staub cookware for years to come. Simple, detergent soap and water will clean your pots effectively. Scotch Brite can be used, but do not use other abrasive cleaners or sponges to clean your Staub. For heavy residue, we suggest soaking your pot in soap and water until the food lifts from the surface