Everything from Le Creuset kettles through to statement stoneware.
It all started with Le Creuset enamel cast iron cookware almost 100 years ago … since then, Le Creuset pots, pans and kitchenware have been creating style and setting the mood in homes and restaurants throughout the world.
Here at Chef’s Complements, you can choose from the original Le Creuset enamelled cast iron pieces, signature 3-ply stainless steel, toughened non-stick and PHA hard anodised cookware, depending on your preference. We even carry their silicone tools for cooking, baking and heat protection, as well as salt and pepper mills, available in all their wonderful signature colours.
Deserving of a special mention is the stunning Le Creuset stoneware range. Including casseroles, loaf and pie dishes, terrines, serving ware, mugs, infuser teapots and milk jugs, you can surround yourself with vibrant colours which coordinate with the Le Creuset enamelled cast iron cookware. So go on and take the chance to make your everyday kitchenware not only functional but also beautiful … for years to come. Made from specialist clays, Le Creuset stoneware is chip-/stain-resistant and each piece comes with a 5-year warranty.
Le Creuset Kettle Range – All the Bells and Whistles
Hugely popular, Le Creuset kettles are crafted from premium carbon steel and finished with a chip-resistant porcelain enamel. We have a range of styles available, whether you’re after something traditional or something that’s more of an eye-catcher such as the Zen. All our Le Creuset kettles are quick-boiling and have locking handles, harmonic whistles and heat-resistant phenolic knobs.
How to Care for Your Le Creuset Enamel Cast Iron Pieces – A Few Tips
Le Creuset enamelled cast iron ranges come with 3 different cooking surfaces (inside): black, light and non-stick. While they can be used on all heat sources, high heats should only be used for boiling water for veges/pasta or for reducing stocks/sauces.
Le Creuset enamel surfaces (except for black enamel on grills or products with a non-stick inner coating) are not suitable for dry cooking, so always make sure that liquid, oil, fat or butter completely covers the base before heating begins.
Don’t fill at hot pan with cold water or plunge into cold water. The thermal shock may damage the enamel, as will metallic pads or harsh abrasive cleaning agents.