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Le Creuset Cast Iron Pate Terrine, 32 cm - Volcanic

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  • Easy to use and easy to clean
  • Le Creuset enamelled cast iron cookware offers superb cooking results
  • Suitable for all heat sources
  • Use on the hob, in the oven and take it to the table
  • Dishwasher safe
  • The classic terrine dish
  • 32cm x 10.75cm x 7.5cm / 1.4L
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Technical Details
Brand Le Creuset
Model Number25024320902260
ColourOrange
Item Weight3 Kg
Product Dimensions37.3 x 11.4 x 9.7 cm
  
Additional Information
ASINB00005QFQV
Best Sellers Rank 561,972 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.6 Kg
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Date First Available1 Jan. 2003
  
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The Le Creuset Pot Pie Baking Dish with lid has the capacity of 1.3 litres. It is made of enamelled cast iron and the lid has a hole for ventilation. It has a solid base to retain the flavour and juiciness of the food.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer of AMAZON-UK! on 10 Oct. 2007
Review for Le Creuset's 'CAST IRON' Pâté Terrine 32 cm, with the old style integral handle on the lid, and distinctive 'ears' to aid lifting, but don't forget your oven gloves. Because of the all-cast-iron design, this dish is tolerant of temperatures up to 220°C, should the cooking require really turning up the heat!
The lid has a steam hole.

Approximate size : 32 cm x 10.75 cm x 7.5 cm
Approximate maximum capacity : 1.4L

COLOUR : VOLCANIC

Perfect for a delicious meatloaf! Or.......if looking for inspiration, Sue Cutts, one of the Le Creuset consultants, has a whole section dedicated to this size of 'Pâté Terrine' in her book entitled, The Cast Iron Way to Cook, and my current favourite recipe is 'Moist Lemon & Coconut Cake', from page 120.

Boxed with full care and instruction leaflet.

Smaller 28 cm size is also getting hard to find (at the time of writing).
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By AGA CONVERT on 4 Nov. 2007
THANKS FOR THE TIP-OFF RE THE KITCHENS SHOP IN BATH - WAS ABLE TO GO AND COLLECT ONE IN THE SALE TODAY - DELIGHTED AND OFF TO MAKE A DELIGHTFUL BELGIAN PATE RIGHT THIS MINUTE!
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By Ulf Cronlund on 10 Feb. 2014
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I wanted to try cooking with a Pate Terrine.
The Cast Iron one from Creúset seemed to be the best choice, and in my favourite colour - Volcanic.
It is perfect!
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Amazon.com: 12 reviews
58 of 68 people found the following review helpful
Pate Terrines and so much more, this is yet another versatile Le Crueset product. 6 Nov. 2005
By LT Beasimer - Published on Amazon.com
Le Creuset manufactures porcelain enameled cast iron cooking vessels as well as other products. Le Creuset casts these cooking vessels from molten iron poured in sand moulds that are used only once. For this reason, one pot may look like another, but each is unique in its own way.

Cast iron is a highly efficient material which absorbs and distributes heat efficiently. For this reason, it is recommended that cooking with cast iron is done on low to medium heat. There are exceptions like boiling water where cooking on high heat is appropriate and okay. Removing cast iron from the heat and it does not cool off quickly. This helps your food stay warm while serving. Beware; iron tends to be heavy so these cooking vessels tend to be heavy as well.

Cast iron is an effective material for cooking so why cover it with enamel? Iron tends to rust; iron oxide (rust) doesn't add any complimentary flavors to your food. If your cast iron cooking vessel was not enameled, you would have to season and maintain your cooking vessel. Adding the porcelain enamel not only looks good, but has multiple benefits. The enamel, being a solid coating, is also one of the most hygienic surfaces to cook on, does not stain, absorb odors, retain flavors, and is easy to clean. The enamel can be damaged, so limit cooking tools to plastic or wood when possible.

The benefits of cooking with Le Creuset cast iron are many, but lets get down to the Pate Terrine specifically. With a flat bottom that curves up this pan resembles a narrow loaf pan. This pan is about 11 3/4 inches in long, 3 1/4 in wide and 2 1/2 in deep measured from the internal cavity. The pan, being made for making pate and terrines comes with a vented lid which fits snuggly in the pans recessed rim.

This is yet another versatile pan in the Le Creuset line of products. Pates are not so popular these days and terrines seem even less so. However if you know how to make them, this is the pan to use. Pre-made pates and terrines are on the expensive side, making your own will eventually pay for this pan. Don't limit yourself to the original purpose of the pan though. I have used this pan to make lasagna for two, bread, cake, scalloped potatoes, and meatloaf. Since cast iron evenly distributes heat, it also evenly distributes cold to use this pan for making a Jello mold or your own jellied cranberry sauce.

One feature that people tend to complain about is the cost. The cost does seem steep compared to other pans made from other materials. Heck, cast iron doesn't seem like it should be expensive when comparing to that old cast iron pan past generations have used for cornbread and camping. However the manufacturing process requires making a mould for each and every pan produced. They then go through the enameling process before shipping these heavy pans. If you take what goes into making and distributing these high quality cast iron products, the cost tends to make sense. Then consider that this pan will easily last a lifetime when taken care of.

PROS:
Versatility
Efficient absorption and distribution of heat
Hygienic enamel cooking surface
Does not stain, absorb odors, or retain flavors
Easy to clean when not abused or misused
Can be transferred from stove top to the oven to the table
Can easily last a lifetime

CONS:
Its heavy as cast iron tends to be, weighing in at about 7 pounds.
20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
First reviewer said it all.... 18 Mar. 2011
By MARK R. - Published on Amazon.com
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But be honest, it's the cook's version of a toy. Do you need it, no. Do you want it, yes!!! Veal meatloaf for two, it will do it. Maybe want to broast a tenderloin, it will do that. Make those cute little loaves of bread for pinochle night, yep, got you covered. Sticky buns that look like they took hours, staying warm for,well, hours...Yep, does that too. So get it, use it and love it. Le Creuset rules!!!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Beautiful and functional 26 Aug. 2013
By nono - Published on Amazon.com
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Le Creuset makes the best enameled Cast iron cookware. This one came in an original box. It did not have any marks or dings on it. I have used it several times and it still maintains it's beauty and functionality. I recommend it for all cooks.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Very nice terrine 13 May 2013
By Avid Vegetarian - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a really nice terrine, I wanted to use it for a loaf pan for bread making and it works great, but be warned that the dimensions are for the widest parts of the pan and so the actual area that holds food is quite a bit smaller than you would think.
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Love it 6 Jan. 2013
By droxyahoo Com - Published on Amazon.com
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I made a loaf of bread and the crust came a lot more thicker and tastier than in the ceramic dish that I would normally bake. Now I have to try other recipes. It's made in France, so that's how I justify paying top dollar.
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