Staub Vertical Roaster
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With a combination of technology and craftsmanship, we love what Staub enamelled cast iron brings to the cooktop and the table. Francis Staub began designing cookware in 1974 and created enamelled cast iron cookware that excels at enhancing meals. Still made in France, the black matte interior is infused with quartz for better browning and searing and the self- basting lid is perfect for braising our tried and true Coq au Vin recipe and slow cooked one pot meals. Thanks to the superior heat retention of cast iron, the Staub interior has a durable non-stick surface that efficiently sears and gently browns, a great start to any braising recipe. The spikes on the interior of the lid aid in basting; as condensation forms on the interior of the cover and drops down, our slow cooked meals yield intense flavor. Staub is an essential line of cookware for braising, roasting, and baking and is as artisanal as it is committed to attention to culinary detail. The ceramic finish on Staub is rich and looks lovely on the stove or on the table. When we use Staub to create a meal we know each spoonful and forkful will boast the flavors of our ingredients.
For healthy, perfectly roasted chicken cooked in the oven or on the grill, we use Staub’s Cast Iron Vertical Poultry Roaster. Cast iron offers very even heat distribution, and the large center spike of the vertical chicken roaster cooks from the center of the chicken out, helping to reduce the cooking time. Hot air freely circulates around the bird crisping all the skin, sealing in the natural flavor, resulting in moist and tender meat. As the bird cooks, flavorful oils and fat drip away into the base of the chicken roaster. We love filling the 1 ¼ quart base with olives, carrots, onions and potatoes. These vegetables will roast in the chicken drippings, creating a delicious side dish. It’s our home version of Poulet roti, taking us back to our market days in Paris’s Rue Montorgueil, a busy pedestrian neighborhood filled with markets, cheese shops, butchers, fishmonger and bistros.
- Requires low to medium heat
- Oven safe to 500 degrees
- Suitable for gas, electric, and induction cooktops
- Made in France
- Made from heat-retaining enameled cast iron
- Use nylon, wood or plastic cooking utensils
- Allow to cool before washing
- Dishwasher safe
- Dry before storing