The Cravings by Chrissy Teigen 5 Qt. Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Dutch Oven is perfect for stovetop cooking, baking or serving
Safe on gas, electric and induction stove-tops, also in the oven and on the grill
Lid with interior condensation ridges assist with self-basting
To avoid rusting, season after each use
Hand wash only, dry immediately and season after every use
Number of Pieces: 2
Weight: 12.9 pounds
Baking Cooking Surface: Cast iron
Capacity (Volume): 5 quart
Material: Cast Iron
Care & Cleaning: Hand wash, Do Not Microwave
Item Number (DPCI): 070-01-2458
The Cravings™ by Chrissy Teigen 5 Qt. Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Dutch Oven is your must-have secret weapon for oven-to-table cooking and entertaining. Cook soups, John’s fried chicken wings and one-pot meals are simple with this signature piece. Made of durable cast iron with a matte black enamel finish, this piece features special details like the Cravings™ by Chrissy Teigen embossed lid with champagne gold accents.
I had the same problem as a lot of other reviews, my pot rusted after one use and wash. It has been seasoned, but i'm not sure if it is safe to use?! I don't want to cook something and have it taste bad and waste food. Especially now! Not sure how I can return now, due to being indoors.
1 reply from Cravings Product team - 6 days ago
Hello Nicole, thank you for coming by and sharing a review. We are very sorry to hear about your experience. For further assistance or questions you may have, please visit us online at: https://chrissycravingscollection.com and someone from the team will be glad to help!
My husband bought this for me in store for my birthday It's a nice Dutch oven but it rusted so bad my husband couldn't get it off even with steel wool. Can't cook anything in it without it tasting like rusty metal we've only used it 3 times.
1 reply from Cravings Product team - 7 months ago
Dear MalH, thank you for sharing your review. We are very sorry to hear that your Cast Iron Dutch Oven got rusty. There are a few factors that contribute to cast iron getting rust. The best way to get rid of rust is by re-seasoning your Dutch Oven, as advised in the Use and Care Instructions. If you need further assistance or have any questions please let us know! Visit us at: https://chrissycravingscollection.com/customer-care/
This dutch oven is so nice! Made a very large soup recipe (2 lbs of ground beef, 5 cups water, 1 qt of broth, lots of veggies) and was skeptical that it would fit and it did! Once cooled off, we just put the dutch oven in the fridge and then re-heated on stove for the next round. Beautiful piece. So happy to have this.
Cooked great I love love love it but noticed it's rusting a lot under the lid and the rust drips in my food from the moisture from cooking and that's just not a good thing so I hope I just got a dud because I take care of it like in supposed to but it's still rusting had to throw food away because of it
1 reply from Cravings Product team - 1 year ago
Dear Truebeauty209, thank you for coming by and sharing your feedback with us. We are very sorry to hear about your lid getting rust. Please contact us at: https://chrissycravingscollection.com/customer-care/ and someone from the team will be glad to assist you.