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A large, stainless steel deep pan designed to hold juices whilst roasting.

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Baking Pan 318x217x38mm

Baking Pan 318x217x38mm

Code: 6592

$12.95
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Baking Pan 368x268x38mm Aluminium

Baking Pan 368x268x38mm Aluminium

Code: 6593

$14.95
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Roasting Pan 40x26cm - Sol by Chasseur

Roasting Pan 40x26cm - Sol by Chasseur

An investment in a Chasseur French Roasting Pan is a lifetime investment that you will never regret. The Chasseur Roasting pan is constructed in France from heavy, double enamelled cast iron. The heating qualities of Le Chasseur French Ovens allow you to maintain remarkably even temperatures whether simmering lightly on the stove or braising for hours in the oven. Chasseur Roasting pans are perfect for meats, vegetables and even super sized lasagnes.

Chasseur is the pinnacle in French cast iron cookware. Manufactured In the small town of Donchery, just outside of Champagne in northern France, Le Chasseur has been manufacturing quality enameled iron cookware for over 75 years. The cookware of choice for professional chefs, French enameled cast iron is prized for its versatility on the flame and in the oven, its even heating properties, its exceptional browning abilities and the ease with which it can be used and cleaned. An investment in a French cast iron enamelled cookware piece is a lifetime investment.

Each piece of Chasseur cookware is cast from solid iron and enameled twice to protect it from rusting and to create a durable and impervious cooking surface. Available in a wide range of colours, Chasseur cookware performs beautifully from the kitchen to the table.



Le Chasseur 40cm Roasting Pan, Sol colour Features:

-Made from double-coated enameled cast iron for more durable, longer lasting cookware.
-Thick cast iron base gives a more even heat distribution & fuel-efficiency to make cooking easier & more economical.
-Suitable for all heat sources including induction.
-Oven proof to 200°C.
-Dishwasher safe, not dishwasher recommended.
-Made in France.

Specifications:

Dimensions : 40cm x 26cm
Handle to handle : 40cm

Code: 102333

$269.00   $189.00   You save $80.00!
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Roasting Pan 40x26cm Federation Red by Chasseur

Roasting Pan 40x26cm Federation Red by Chasseur

With tall sides and a thick bottom, the heat-radiating properties of a cast iron Chasseur Roasting Pan has an unmatched ability to brown and crisp meats or poultry in the oven.

Because Chasseur Roasting Pans are coated with two layers of non-reactive enamel, they can be used for storing or marinating foods in the refrigerator and can be readily deglazed on the stove for sauce and gravy making. All Chasseur cast iron cookware is backed up with a 10 year guarantee.

In the small town of Donchery, just out side the region of Champagne in northern France, Chasseur has been manufacturing quality enamelled iron cookware for over 75 years. The cookware of choice for discerning chefs, enamelled cast iron is prized for its versatility on the flame and in the oven, its even heating properties, its exceptional browning abilities, and the ease with which it can be used and cleaned.

Each piece of Chasseur cookware is cast from solid iron and enamelled twice to protect it from rusting and to create a durable and impervious cooking surface. Available in a wide range of colours, Chasseur cookware performs beautifully from the kitchen to the table.

-Induction Compatible
-Cast iron
-Enamel coated, 2 layers
-Enamelled iron
-40 x 26cm
-Oven safe up to 200C
-Cleaning/Care: Dishwasher safe, hand washing recommended
-Warranty: 10 years
-Made in France

Code: 102312

$269.00   $189.00   You save $80.00!
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Roasting Pan Aluminium 400x300x65mm

Roasting Pan Aluminium 400x300x65mm

Code: 4857

$27.95
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Roasting Pan Aluminium 500x350x65mm

Roasting Pan Aluminium 500x350x65mm

Code: 4858

$41.95
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