What do you use Staub Braiser for?

What do you use Staub Braiser for?

3 days ago
This cast iron braiser is one of our favorite pans for a reason: not only do we use it for braising short ribs and hearty stews, we also use it to bake fruit crumbles and eggy stratas, roast pork chops, fry chicken, cook pancakes on its wide flat surface, and pretty much anything and everything else.

Is Staub Braiser with glass lid oven safe?

Safe for use on all types of heat sources, including gas, electric, and induction, and oven safe up to 500F.

Can a Staub grill pan go in the oven?

Oven and broiler safe up to 500°F. For best results use low to medium heat.

How do you care for a Staub perfect pan?

An enameled coating on the cast iron of every Staub pan make them a breeze to clean—and Staub recommends that you hand-wash them, rather than running them through the dishwasher, to preserve the patina and brightness. After drying, you can brush the inside with a little vegetable oil to maintain the black matte finish.

What is a braiser good for?

This pan can braise, simmer, roast, and sear, making it a lot more versatile than you might expect. A braiser is like a cross between a Dutch oven and a skillet. Braisers are great for searing, simmering, roasting, and, of course, braising. They’re fun to use and cook in.

What is the difference between a Dutch oven and a braiser?

The Difference Between a Dutch Oven and a Braiser While a braiser is made for simmering foods in a small amount of liquid or even in their own juices, a Dutch oven is designed for soups or stews that call for cooking the ingredients with a lot of liquid.

Can you use a braiser as a skillet?

Yes, a braiser is made of cast iron and has the same thermal capabilities as a skillet. A braiser can fry, sauté and cook food on the stovetop just as well as a skillet. If you are cooking meals and you use a spatula, then a skillet is the better choice.

How do you clean a burnt Staub?

Fill your dutch oven with water and bring it to a boil. Then add a few big spoonfuls of baking soda (add them slowly as the baking soda will bubble up and foam). Let the mixture simmer on the stove as you use a wooden spoon to scrape up the blackened, burnt-on stains.

Who owns Staub?

ZWILLING J. A. Henckels
Staub (cookware)

Owner ZWILLING J. A. Henckels
Country Alsace, France
Website https://www.zwilling.com/us/staub/

Can you use soap on Staub?

Washing your Staub When it comes time to clean your pan, all you need is a little dish soap and warm water. Let the pan cool down for at least 15 minutes after cooking, drizzle in some soap, and fill with warm water. Scrub with a non-abrasive brush or scrubber. Rinse out with warm water.

How do you prepare Staub for the first time?

Choose a very light vegetable oil or similar for seasoning and wipe it across the entire interior. This will be the first stage of your Staub’s interior developing its beautiful non-stick patina that gets better over time as cooking oils are absorbed when cooking. Now it is ready for cooking!