Le Creuset SS 3-Ply Non-Stick Milk Pan

R 1,460.00 | 29,200 StyleMiles

Earn 292 StyleMiles when purchasing this product.

Description

This pan is perfect for heating milk and small amounts of liquids. Heat spreads evenly and gently throughout the pan for perfect results, while a precision-pour rim allows clean, convenient pouring.

Heat Source: Gas, Electric, Ceramic, Halogen, Induction, Oven

Cleaning: Dishwasher Safe

Guarantee: Lifetime Guarantee

Country Of Origin: China

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Le Creuset at a glance...

For almost a century, Le Creuset has been recognised the world over for cooking excellence and an attractive rainbow palette of colours. Various ranges of premium-quality cookware will give you all the flexibility you need for a wide variety of recipes, allowing you to cook with the unsurpassed beauty and performance the Le Creuset brand is renowned for.

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Le Creuset began producing its first porcelain enamelled cast iron in 1925 from its foundry in Fresnoy le Grand, France. It is from this base that Le Creuset continues to produce its world-famous Cast Iron Casseroles.

While Le Creuset has expanded the types of products it offers (introducing ranges such as Stoneware, Stainless Steel, Toughened Non-Stick, to name a few) and has taken advantage of many technological advances since its beginnings in 1925, some things have not changed in the manufacture of Le Creuset’s Cast Iron.

Le Creuset has continued to use the hand-crafted techniques and the original process of forging and casting in the manufacturing of its Cast Iron cookware. This attention to its heritage is also characteristic of the design. The Cast Iron Casserole was one of the first items produced by Le Creuset and is still the most popular item sold in a range of colours, with Flame (orange) the company’s trademark.

Le Creuset’s original and most well known range of products is its cast iron range. Cast iron has been used as “the” material for cooking pots since Roman times. Even with today’s wide choice of cooking materials, cast iron, still forged and crafted by hand, reigns supreme with its versatility, good looks and ability to retain and spread heat evenly.

Sand moulds and casting

In order to produce the desired shape for a Le Creuset piece, two sand moulds need to be made. One produces the interior shape of the item and the second, the exterior shape. The moulds are secured together leaving a small gap between them. The raw materials, including pig iron, are melted at an extremely high temperature in a large cauldron (called a “creuset” in French) and then poured into the moulds. Once the shape is cast, and the iron cooled, it is removed from the mould ready for the finishing process to begin. After use each mould is broken (the sand is then recycled) meaning that no two pieces of Le Creuset are ever “exactly” the same.

Finishing

Once removed from its mould, each piece has then to pass through several finishing processes under the hands of skilled craftsmen for cleaning and smoothing, rough edges and burrs are removed in a hand process called “fettling”. Then each piece is blasted by tiny metal pellets to prepare a uniform surface for enamelling.

Enamelling

Each piece of Le Creuset receives two coats of enamel. The first is a ground coat which, once fired at 840°C, is clear and uncoloured. This allows for better adhesion of the second coat, the coloured enamel, to the cast iron. This special colour coat is applied internally and externally. After the enamel is applied it is air dried before being vitrified to produce a highly durable, hygienic and shock resistant finish.

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