Brasserie

For traditional home cooking

Brasserie

The renewed Brasserie has a new enamel coating that protects the pan against rusting. Traditional cast iron cookware that can only get better with use, giving a fine roasted surface to food and ideal for braising. Suitable for all stoves, including induction cooktops.

Grill pan 27 cm

Grill pan

27 cm

  • Diameter Top27 cm
  • Diameter Bottom21 cm
  • Thickness of the Base5,5 mm
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Frying pan 24 cm

Frying pan

24 cm

  • Diameter Top24 cm
  • Diameter Bottom18 cm
  • Thickness of the Base5,5 mm
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Frying pan 27 cm

Frying pan

27 cm

  • Diameter Top27 cm
  • Diameter Bottom21 cm
  • Thickness of the Base5,5 mm
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Frying pan 29 cm

Frying pan

29 cm

  • Diameter Top29 cm
  • Diameter Bottom22 cm
  • Thickness of the Base5,5 mm
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Casserole with lid 4,5 l

Casserole with lid

4,5 l

  • Diameter Top24 cm
  • Diameter Bottom18 cm
  • Thickness of the Base4,5 mm
  • Volume4,5 l
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Casserole with lid 6,5 l

Casserole with lid

6,5 l

  • Diameter Top27 cm
  • Diameter Bottom22 cm
  • Thickness of the Base4,5 mm
  • Volume6,5 l
Cast Iron Hob Ceramic Hob Gas Hob Hand Wash Induction Hob

Features

Chefs have long acknowledged the superb cooking features of cast iron, which is ideal for both raid frying and slow braising. These pots allow the flavours and aromas of your ingredients to blend together gently. The grill pan gives an attractive finish to steaks, with no fat absorbed into the meat. This cookware is ready to use at once. The wooden handle does not overheat and a grip on the opposite side facilitates handling. The Brasserie range works on all stoves.


Guidelines for use and care

Cast iron is unsuitable for machine washing. Before first use, wash the dish by hand in hot water using detergent. Use ordinary brushes or plastic scouring pads. Do not use metal scouring pads etc. as they can damage the enamel. Dry thoroughly, then wipe with a thin layer of cooking oil.

Do not use metal utensils on the porcelain enamel surface – instead, use utensils made of wood, nylon or silicone. Do not drag the dish across the hob as it may cause scratching. Even though the pan and casserole is incredibly durable, the enamel can crack if it is banged against a hard object. Avoid storing food in coated dishes. Hackman coatings do not contain PFOA.

Cast iron does not suit for machine washing.