Partner Steel 12″ Square Anodized Aluminum Dutch Oven 10 Qt.

$274.00

12″ Aluminum Dutch Oven, 10 Qt.

  • 6″ Inside deep
  • Outside Top = 12.25″
  • Top with Handles = 15.75″
  • Deep = 6.75″
  • Height with Handles = 6.75″
  • Bottom = 10.5″
  • Total Weight = 12 lbs
  • We do not stock these they come from the factory!!
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Description

  • 12″ size
  • 10 Qts.
  • 6″ Inside deep
  • Outside Top = 12.25″
  • Top with Handles = 15.75″
  • Deep = 6.75″
  • Height with Handles = 6.75″
  • Bottom = 10.5″
  • Total Weight = 12 lbs
  • Roast a small turkey or ham, bake large batch of bread.
  • Serves 10 to 35 Main Dishes
  • 55 Side Dishes
  • Made in: USA

Made of 1/4″ 5052 food grade Aluminum, and are hard anodized so they don’t scratch when you use stainless steel utensil’s in them.
All five sizes nest together so they take up less space when packing them around.
They do not have legs but you can add them with the stainless steel leg stands.
The lids serve as a griddle or as a shallow frying pan.
They are pressed and welded construction.
These square Dutch Ovens are designed and built by a longtime self-proclaimed river rat.
A standard 10″ round Dutch Oven has 23% less volume than a 10″ square Dutch Oven of the same depth.
As you can see these Dutch Ovens are Stack-able and Versatile. Great for any one with a weight problem too.

What is Anodized Aluminum?? It’s essentially a way of hardening a soft aluminum surface electro-chemically so it becomes twice as hard as stainless steel and has an oxidized layer that is nonstick, scratch resistant, and non-reactive to food. Hard-anodized aluminum cookware is easy to clean, non-toxic, and requires little or no oil.  The electro-chemical process that hardens aluminum is called hard anodization. Anodized cookware products are 30 percent harder than stainless steel, and therefore they are one of the most durable pieces of cookware you can purchase. Anodized products have a very long life span and will never peel, chip or corrode. They also resist abrasions, common in other types of cookware products. The anodization process also produces a non-porous smooth finish that helps prevent food and grease from sticking to the surface. Anodized cookwares are more commonly called hard-anodized cookwares.

How do you clean anodized aluminum?
Squeeze one or two drops of mild dish-washing detergent into a cup of water. Apply the soapy water to an abrasive sponge and scrub the aluminum vigorously. Anodized aluminum requires an abrasive touch with a gentle cleaning solution, as many harsh cleaning products will react with the aluminum.  Do not clean your anodized cookware in the dishwasher.
How do you cook hard anodized cookware?
While cooking in the Hard Anodized pans heat pan for some time before adding oil; add oil and heat briefly; add food. When cooking in batches, for subsequent batches, food can be added immediately after adding oil.

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