I just bought this Cast Iron Pot that is coated with Porcelain enamel. It's a beautiful pot. I know about regular cast iron. My dad had one, but not too sure about this one. It says you don't have to season it.
I can't wait to use my new pot. Any suggestions as to what i can make in it? Recipes? Or could you direct me to the proper thread where I may find some recipes appropriate for this pot?
Oh thank you for your replies. So you use it just like a regular pot then? How do you remove the food that sticks if you can't use soap? Is it easy to clean like that? I use micro-fiber dish cloths, they really are quite amazing.
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When it's enameled cast iron, forget all the rules for regular cast iron. They don't apply. I scrub mine with Barkeepers Friend, I soak it in water, I use soap, I cook acidic foods in it. Pretty much anything you would do in a Stainless Steel pot you can do in yours.
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