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About this item

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Rust Resistant
Rust Resistant
Stain Resistant
Stain Resistant
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Highlights

  • 5qt dutch oven is perfect for family and group meals
  • Pre-seasoned to help prevent rust and wear
  • Attached handles on the pot and lid make for easy use and storage
  • Cast iron material provides optimum heat distribution and retention

Specifications

Features: Round (shape)

Number of Pieces: 2

Dimensions (Overall): 12.62 Inches (H) x 10.37 Inches (W) x 6.87 Inches (D)

Weight: 13.0 Pounds

Baking Cooking Surface: Iron

Features: Pre-Seasoned

Handle Material: Cast Iron

Lid Material: Cast Iron

Capacity (Volume): 5 Quart

Protective Qualities: Stain-Resistant, Corrosion-Resistant, Rust-Resistant, Scratch-Resistant, Warp-Proof, Tarnish-Resistant, Chip-Resistant, Heat-Resistant

Material: Cast Iron

Care & Cleaning: Do Not Microwave, Hand Wash

Warranty: No Applicable Warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869

TCIN: 692584
UPC: 075536361505
Item Number (DPCI): 070-01-1453
Origin: Made in the USA

Description

Cook everything from homemade soup to roasted vegetables in this Cast Iron Five-Quart Dutch Oven from Lodge. This cast iron dutch oven holds up to five quarts of food, making it perfect for feeding families and large groups. Attached loop handles make it easy to move from the oven to the counter, and the pre-seasoned exterior helps prevent rust and wear for easier cleanup. Maybe you're whipping up a family-favorite casserole, or maybe you're using this dutch oven to bake bread. No matter what you use it for, the cast iron material will provide ideal heat distribution and retention, helping you cook your favorite meals with ease.
Rust Resistant
Designed to resist rust.
Stain Resistant
Stain resistant fabric shields against dirt and spills.
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Shipping details

Estimated ship dimensions: 11.2 inches length x 10.8 inches width x 5.3 inches height
Estimated ship weight: 13.2 pounds

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Q: How do you recommend washing this product? Hand washing with? Can you use any type cleaning product on it or Scrub Daddy type sponge to get it clean? Then does it need to be oiled again?

submitted by - 2 years ago
  • A: This Dutch oven is pre-seasoned however the factory pre-season was very thin and light. I seasoned it three times before cooking on it. I preheated my kitchen oven to 430 degree F, swiped the Dutch oven inside and out and the lid with Canola oil ( just a light film will do), put the Dutch oven on the top rack upside down and the lid on the middle rack and baked for an hour then let them cool inside the oven for another two hours ( yes, my kitchen oven is very well insulated). Repeated for two more times (yes, it took all day but the end result was rewarding). Once the seasoning is solidly built the Dutch oven is pretty non-stick and very easy to clean. After cooking and while the Dutch oven is still very warm (but not too hot to touch) add some hot water and scrub it down with a kitchen nylon brush, and if there is any stuck on food use a hard plastic scrapper to scrap them off, dry with a kitchen or paper towel then slightly oil the Dutch oven inside and out and the lid with oil. There is no need (before or after you use it) to use high heat seasoning process every time you use it. Of course using the proper temperature to cook to prevent food sticking is more important than a good seasoning. I can fry an egg on a brand new untouched Lodge cast iron skillet non-stick, the key is temperature. I did it at 265 degree and a little butter. Don't flip or move the egg until the bottom is set. Once you get used to it cast iron cookware is not that much more maintenance than other types of cookware but cooking in cast iron have that special favor to the food that no other cookware can match.

    submitted byAlex - 2 years ago
  • A: I heard a great interview with a cast iron company rep. He suggested that every single time you use your cast iron, you reseason it. My pans are in much better shape after following his advice: when done cooking, let the pan cool. Wash with mild dish detergent with a scrubby sponge or nonstick-cookware scrubby sponge. Rinse. Put the pan on the burner and get it SMOKING HOT. You literally want to see the smoke coming off the pan. Wipe pan with a big wad of paper towel with a little vegetable or olive oil on it the tipe of it (I use a pair of tongs to hold it), and let it get smoking hot again. Use the same paper towel and wipe it again. Turn off the heat and let it cool. You can also split the seasoning process -- do it once when you first wash the pan, and do it again right before using it. This also ensures the pan is evenly hot when you put your food in it. :D Hope this helps!

    submitted byCat13 - 2 years ago
  • A: I wash mine by hand with a little dish soap then dry right away with a dish towel

    submitted byTarget Guest - 2 years ago

Q: what is maximum temp can use this product?

submitted by thines812 - 3 years ago
  • A: 500 degrees is the highest suggested - but can withstand up to 600

    submitted byMommalookingforanswers - 3 years ago
  • A: Cast iron, not enamel, can handle 500-700.

    submitted byLodge Manufacturing - 3 years ago
    Brand expert
  • A: Cast iron melts at over 2000 degree F and no household stove or oven will be able to destroy it. However, because raw cast iron cookware are seasoned with oil so temperature above 500 might burn off the seasoning and the cookware will rust and food will stick to it. There is no oil seasoning on enamel cast iron cookware but the enamel coating can't withstand temperature over 500 degree F. That is why you always see the warning of max temp is 500 degree F. In actual cooking with food and liquid in the Dutch oven there is no way the Dutch oven will reach 500 degree before all the food catch on fire and burns away.

    submitted byAlex - 2 years ago

Q: Is this already preseason?

submitted by Lena - 3 years ago
  • A: Yes it is already preseasoned

    submitted byMommalookingforanswers - 3 years ago
  • A: all cast iron for Lodge is pre-seasoned.

    submitted byLodge Manufacturing - 3 years ago
    Brand expert

Q: I just opened my new Dutch oven and it's black but there is a spot on rim/Hanley where the paint is off. Is this normal?

submitted by ksunstrom678 - 3 months ago
  • A: Yes, it is normal. The coating is a functional application and not a cosmetic application. It is baked on cooking oil. It is normal to have areas where the seasoning has bubbled and flaked off or not seasoned as well as other areas; underneath, the seasoning can be a lighter-colored spot. No need to worry - it is not rust. Whenever you see a seasoned spot that is dark brown, it means it's the first stage of seasoning. It will darken up over time with proper use and care.

    submitted byLodge Manufacturing - 3 months ago
    Brand expert

Q: Can I use the Lodge Dutch oven on an open fire when camping?

submitted by PAMLAM - 9 months ago
  • A: Yes, the Lodge 5 quart cast iron dutch oven can be used over an open fire.

    submitted byLodge Manufacturing - 9 months ago
    Brand expert

Q: What is the height without lid?

submitted by Suz - 10 months ago
  • A: The dutch oven without the lid is 4.563".

    submitted byLodge Manufacturing - 10 months ago
    Brand expert

Q: Can this Dutch Oven be used in a smoker? Thanks!

submitted by JH - 1 year ago
  • A: The 5 quart dutch oven may be used in a smoker. If the seasoning is removed due to the moisture reseasoning the dutch oven will be necessary.

    submitted byLodge Manufacturing - 1 year ago
    Brand expert

Q: I want to use the dutch oven to make sour dough bread. What is the diameter of the bottom of the 5 qt. oven?

submitted by granny - 2 years ago
  • A: The Lodge 5 Quart Cast Iron Dutch Oven has a diameter of 7.625" on the bottom.

    submitted byLodge Manufacturing - 2 years ago
    Brand expert

Q: Hi, Will the shorter half of the Lodge 3.2 quart Combo Cooker fit (like a lid) on this 5 quart Dutch Oven?

submitted by gemsbok - 2 years ago
  • A: Yes, the lid (shallow griddle) will fit the 5 Quart Dutch Oven as a lid.

    submitted byLodge Manufacturing - 2 years ago
    Brand expert

Q: When I received my dutch oven, I noticed there are two small areas on the inner part of the lid that is flaking off. Is this normal? Should I exchange it?

submitted by mtoy - 2 years ago
  • A: This is what we call a seasoning bubble. The seasoning is simply baked on vegetable oil. We add the first layer here at the factory when the skillet is manufactured but you do need to maintain the seasoning for the life of the skillet.

    submitted byLodge Manufacturing - 2 years ago
    Brand expert
4.7 out of 5 stars with 251 reviews
92% would recommend
89 recommendations
value: 4.75 out of 5
quality: 4.62 out of 5
easy to clean: 4.62 out of 5
ease of use: 4.71 out of 5

Fantastic cookware

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Jordan - 2 months ago, Verified purchaser
I've never owned a large cooking pot beyond a $10 stockpot and some low-end nonstick saucepans. I can't get over how well this thing performs, how easy it is to use, and how easy it is to maintain. It brings liquids to a boil pretty quickly, retains heat VERY well, and seems to distribute the heat pretty evenly as well (at least compared to my cheap stockpot). In terms of volume, cooking for myself, I can usually get 3-4 good meals out of it. For bread, 500g is a good quantity, and it produced outstanding crust at 450F for 30 mins +15 mins w/o lid. To clean it I just use soap and water, dry, then use a paper towel to spread a little oil all over it, heat it on high til it just starts to smoke, then turn off the heat. If you bake bread regularly you will season it this way as well. Between this and my cast iron skillet I really don't feel like I need much more in the way of cookware.
ease of use: 5 out of 5
easy to clean: 5 out of 5
quality: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
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It does what it was designed to do

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
MrKennedy76 - 4 months ago, Verified purchaser
I used it to cook a pot roast, and I received nothing but compliments from my family.
ease of use: 5 out of 5
easy to clean: 4 out of 5
quality: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
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Didn't meet expectations

1 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
Agent of Chaos - 9 months ago, Verified purchaser
We were very excited to get this because we had only heard good things about it, but the food tasted strange with it. Also, everyone in my family got upset stomachs likely from the iron in the pot. Its also very heavy and hard to clean. Not worth the effort.
ease of use: 2 out of 5
value: 2 out of 5
easy to clean: 2 out of 5
quality: 2 out of 5
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Lodge Cast iron dutch over highly recommed

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
5 stars - 10 months ago, Verified purchaser
Lodge brand never fails when comes to cast iron - we used it on Big Green egg to cook a roast and came out perfect
value: 5 out of 5
easy to clean: 4 out of 5
ease of use: 5 out of 5
quality: 5 out of 5
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Perfect for breads and stews

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Christine - 10 months ago
Love this Dutch oven. I’ve made beef stew in it and many loaves of bread with great results. I also like that it’s made in the USA.
easy to clean: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
ease of use: 5 out of 5
quality: 5 out of 5
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Nice

4 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Kat - 11 months ago, Verified purchaser
Just fine for my bread baking
quality: 3 out of 5
ease of use: 4 out of 5
value: 4 out of 5
easy to clean: 3 out of 5
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Good purchase

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
katygirl - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
Good value for the money
quality: 5 out of 5
easy to clean: 5 out of 5
ease of use: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
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Good quality for the price.

5 out of 5 stars
Cynthia - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
I wanted a dutch oven for baking bread. Lodge makes a simple, straight forward dutch oven with nice handle on lid with two points of connection, and no fancy finish. There were a couple of very small blemishes in the finish at the edge of the lid and pot that will not affect its use. I have used it once with good results. I am sure its non-stick properties will improve with continual use and re-seasoning.
value: 5 out of 5
easy to clean: 4 out of 5
quality: 4 out of 5
ease of use: 4 out of 5
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Now I understand!!

5 out of 5 stars
divava48 - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
I now understand why when I was growing up the women in my family only used cast iron pots and pans for their cooking! This pan is amazing. I read a few reviews and did what one reviewer suggested, using salt instead of dish soap to clean it. Quickly dry with a towel and reseason with canola oil. I'm planning to purchase the Lodge 3pc skillet set next. My plan is to have all cast iron cookware in my kitchen within the next two months.
ease of use: 5 out of 5
easy to clean: 5 out of 5
quality: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
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Love my Lodge!

5 out of 5 stars
Squeakalicious - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
The best in cast iron pans and pots! If you're one of the reviewers whose pot rusted, you're not caring for it properly. You can wash these with soap and water or use the traditional "dry scrub and wipe" method--either way is legit. Personally, I always wash mine with soap and water after use because I think eating decades-old grease is really gross. To each his own. But if you use soap and water, you have to dry the pot thoroughly, apply a thin coat of vegetable oil, and put it in a 350-degree oven for 10 minutes to bake the oil onto the surface. THEN cool it and store it. If you leave iron unprotected, of course it will rust!
ease of use: 5 out of 5
easy to clean: 4 out of 5
quality: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
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Dutch oven

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Galaxy pics - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
The pot is great. The customer service not so much.
ease of use: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
easy to clean: 5 out of 5
quality: 5 out of 5
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Great Pan for Baking Bread

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Catt - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
I bought this to bake bread. There are some swallow chips along the edge of the pan, but I seasoned the pan and lid (even though it comes seasoned, still a good idea to season before using). The bread came out perfectly with a beautiful crust.
value: 5 out of 5
easy to clean: 5 out of 5
quality: 4 out of 5
ease of use: 5 out of 5
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Bread Baking

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
ChrisS - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
I bought this mainly for baking artisan bread and it works great!
quality: 5 out of 5
easy to clean: 5 out of 5
ease of use: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
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Great price, great dutch oven

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Jb - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
Love this Dutch Oven….reasonably priced and works great with my 500 gram sourdoughs! I actually own 4 of them.
value: 5 out of 5
easy to clean: 5 out of 5
ease of use: 5 out of 5
quality: 5 out of 5
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Love it

5 out of 5 stars
Sautee - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
Love this Dutch oven worth the price
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nice

5 out of 5 stars
suzyQ - 1 year ago
given at a bridal shower to a couple
ease of use: 5 out of 5
easy to clean: 5 out of 5
quality: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
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Awesome

5 out of 5 stars
Boymom2 - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
Used the pot right out of the box and it worked beautifully...
ease of use: 5 out of 5
easy to clean: 5 out of 5
quality: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
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Cast iron for cast iron lover

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
A - 2 years ago
If your cast iron pot has rusted. That means you cleaned and stored it wrong. Please learn how to handle a cast iron. This is an amazing Dutch oven I have three
value: 5 out of 5
ease of use: 5 out of 5
quality: 5 out of 5
easy to clean: 3 out of 5
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Love this Dutch oven!

5 out of 5 stars
Would recommend
Peteykitty - 2 years ago, Verified purchaser
I purchased this originally for baking white bread yum! And I must say I have used it for many other dishes. I highly recommend!
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Perfect for baking bread

5 out of 5 stars
Baking Happily - 2 years ago
These Dutch ovens are perfect for braking bread at home, because they keep in the steam. For baking bread, I usually heat it up on the stove first. The Dutch oven is almost maintenance free: wash it out, heat it on the stove to get rid of any moisture, rub in a tiny bit of oil, if needed, and then store it in a dry place with a paper towel between lid and pan.
ease of use: 5 out of 5
easy to clean: 5 out of 5
quality: 5 out of 5
value: 5 out of 5
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