Staub Fry Pan
Fried and true.
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Staub’s cast iron cookware is legendary—made in France, it’s known for a superior cooking surface, remarkable durability, and timeless beauty.
The rough texture of the cast iron interior results in exceptional browning—(those crunchy almost-burnt bits are where all the flavor hides!) Add exceptional heat retention, food that is more evenly cooked, and the ability to use it on the stove or in the oven, and you’ll understand why cast iron is a go-to for us. Staub’s signature enamel coating is highly resistant to both chips and discoloration, and gleams in grenadine, blue, or graphite. The matte black retains the look of the interior on the outside, for an understated, industrial beauty (or go for a pop of color with the teal shade).
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
Enameled cast iron
10" pan is 10.4" in diameter x 19" L (with handle) x 2" H; 12" pan is 11.6" in diameter x 20" L (with handle) x 2" H
Care & Notes
Safe for use in dishwasher, although hand washing is recommended.
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