Our Favorite Dutch Oven Comes in 3 Brand-New Colors

The new Coastal Sky collection from Lodge is currently 25% off, too!

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April 24, 2020
By: Allison Russo

There are many uses for a Dutch oven that make this piece of cookware a must-have for any serious home cook. It comes in handy when baking an Instagram-worthy loaf of bread for the first time, they are ideal for slow-cooking a roast for your family for dinner and it can take your soups and stews to a whole new level. Regardless of how you incorporate it into your cooking, we consider this a kitchen staple that you will use more often than expected. If you don't have a Dutch oven yet (or want to replace an old one), you're in luck — Food Network Kitchen's favorite one is on sale and available in three new colors.

Lodge is renowned for their amazing cast-iron, so in testing, it was no surprise that their Dutch oven was the Food Network Kitchen team's favorite. The pot got super hot very quickly, cooked evenly and turned out tender results. We also love how affordable, durable and easy-to-clean it is. In testing, we only tested round Dutch ovens. While oval might be suitable for certain cooking projects, we like round for soups, stews and standard-sized roasts.

Lodge just launched three new colors of this favorite Dutch oven as part of their Coastal Sky Collection. And to celebrate these new additions, you can snag one of these 4.5-quart ovens for just $59.95 through April 30 (you'll get free shipping, too!).

Choose from a tranquil shade of turquoise, a vibrant orange or a neutral gray. Each of these enamel ovens are made with Lodge's beloved cast-iron, and the loop handles and oversized stainless knob make for easy handling. Plus, the interior enamel has a beige finish, so you can easily monitor cooking progress. These heavy pots have a tight-fitting lid and are made from enameled cast iron, so you can use them on the stove or under the broiler.

From no-knead bread to stovetop lasagna, Dutch ovens are all about maximizing flavor and minimizing effort in the kitchen. What will you make first?

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