Le Creuset Cast Iron 10" Cherry Red Tarte Tatin Pan
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Enameled cast iron delivers superior heat distribution and retention; durable enamel resists dulling, staining, chipping and cracking
Inverted handles for flipping the dish to release contents, designed for easy lifting
Features a shallow design for baking traditional pastries, pies and quiches
Compatible with all cooktops including induction, ceramic, electric, gas, halogen and oven up to 500°; metal utensil safe
9.5" diameter, 1.75" deep, 12.5" with handles
Made in France with a lifetime warranty; dishwasher safe, although hand-washing recommended
The Le Creuset Cast Iron Tarte Tatin Pan is named for it's famous French upside-down apple tart. The enameled cast iron Tart Tatin is a capable alternative for a variety of recipes, such as pizza and quiche when used in place of a conventional pie dish. Legend has it that this beloved dessert originated in the kitchen of the Tatin sisters, who operated a hotel in the French town of Lamotte-Beuvron. While making a pie for guests, one sister mistakenly placed the prepared apples in the dish first. She decided to lay the pastry crust on top, and turn it out after it finished baking. The result was unusual, but delicious, and it became the signature dish of Hotel Tatin. The light-colored smooth interior enamel allows easy monitoring of cooking progress. Individually crafted by French artisans from the finest quality materials since 1925, Le Creuset is beloved for its perfected design and exceptional heat retention that locks in moisture and flavor to produce superior results from stove to oven to table. Designed for generations of durability, the easy-to-clean vibrant porcelain enamel requires no seasoning and minimizes sticking.
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Handmade qualities of Le Creuset cookware still remain unchanged. Le Creuset still manufactures cast iron in the original foundry, with each piece passing through the hands of 15 skilled artisans to ensure flawless perfection.
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About Le Creuset
Rich in history and tradition, Le Creuset has been manufacturing cookware in France since 1925. The Le Creuset cookware line includes the classic cast iron dutch oven that has become an icon of quality in the kitchen. Today, Le Creuset produces an extensive range of cast iron cookware, stoneware bakeware, enameled steel kettles and stock pots and even stainless steel cookware.