Le Creuset Signature Cast Iron 6.3" Licorice Iron Handle Skillet
No Longer Available
Enameled cast iron delivers superior heat distribution and retention; durable enamel resists dulling, staining, chipping and cracking
Cast iron handle and wide-loop handle designed for easy lifting and transferring; pour spouts are designed for pouring sauces and drippings without the mess
Black satin interior enamel is specially formulated for higher surface temperatures to enhance cooking performance
Compatible with all cooktops including induction, ceramic, electric, gas, halogen and oven up to 500°F; metal utensil safe
6.3" diameter, 1.5" deep, 12.25" long overall with handles
Made in France with a lifetime warranty; dishwasher safe, although hand-washing recommended
The Le Creuset Signature Cast Iron Skillet is a versatile kitchen essential for eggs, cornbread, roasted vegetables, skillet cookie, pork chops, pizza, searing, sauteing, stir-frying and more. The interior surface is finished with a black satin enamel that eliminates the need for the traditional seasoning and maintenance of raw cast iron. Specially formulated for higher surface temperature cooking, the enamel develops a natural patina over time making it virtually nonstick and easy to clean. Individually crafted by French artisans from the finest quality materials since 1925, Le Creuset enameled cast iron cookware is beloved for its perfected design and exceptional heat retention that produces superior results from stove to oven to table. Designed for generations of durability, the porcelain enamel requires no seasoning, minimizes sticking and is dishwasher safe.
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A French Heritage Evolves
The Le Creuset Signature range is the next evolution of Le Creuset's core shapes of enameled cast iron cookware
Pan Seared Ribeye Recipe
Watch Chef Michael from Certified Angus Beef prepare his recipe for a juicy pan seared ribeye steak using the Le Creuset Signature cast iron skillet
Take a trip to the Le Creuset Factory
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.
Michael Ruhlman shows us some of his favorite slow cooking techniques using Le Creuset dutch ovens and casseroles.
Baking the perfect bread
Watch Michael Ruhlman bake the perfect loaf of bread using a Le Creuset cast iron dutch oven
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.