Win! A Signature Le Creuset Casserole Dish

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One of my favourite items of kitchenware (and I confess to having a LOT of kitchenware!), is our classic Le Creuset Casserole dish in the colour ‘Volcanic’. We use it at least once a week, especially over the winter, and cook stews, soups and curries in it, as well as on the hob for browning meat. I massively heart the fact too that it is easy to keep clean, is SO hard wearing and it really is a design classic that I know we’ll keep forever. In fact, it’s so sturdy, I suspect it will be one of the pots that’s found buried in the ground in thousands of years time, long after we’ve gone, and everyone will ooh and aah over the beauty of it!


^^^Our very own ‘Le Creuset’ Casserole dish is much loved!

The new Signature Round Casserole dish features larger, easy-grip handles, easy clean, toughened enamel interior, a stylish, heat resistant stainless steel knob and an enhanced tight-fitting lid.

The casserole dish is suitable for use on all hob types, including induction, and of course, in the oven. All Le Creuset casserole dishes are protected by a Lifetime Guarantee, should the worst ever happen (I’m pretty sure it won’t- mine seems indestructible!)

So….today on the blog I’m giving you the chance to win your very own 22cm/3.3L Le Creuset Signature Cast Iron Casserole Dish in the colour ‘Volcanic’, worth Β£165.

To be in with a chance of winning this fab prize, all you have to do is fill in the Rafflecopter below, and choose as many entry options as you’d like:

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Good Luck! 

Terms and Conditions: Competition closes at 11.59pm GMT on Sunday 1st May 2016. Entries received after this time and date will not be valid. Giveaway open to UK residents only. Entrants must be 18 and over. Winner will be selected at random via Rafflecopter after the closing date and will be notified within 5 days of competition end. Only entrants received via the Rafflecopter widget will be considered valid. The prize is a 22cm signature ‘Le Creuset’ cast iron casserole dish in the colour ‘Volcanic’- no cash alternatives to the stated prize will be offered.

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462 thoughts on “Win! A Signature Le Creuset Casserole Dish”

  1. I think a beautiful beef stew and dumplings! Proper comfort food. x Have always wanted one of these!!

  2. My wife makes a fab casserole comprising of stewing steak, carrots, onions and potatoes in layers, with chopped tomatoes and stock! It’s fab, so we would make this!

  3. A creamy chicken casserole would be something I would like to cook in this. Thanks for the chance.

  4. Ooooh gorgeus! I love the color. This is the perfect dish for my chicken and dumplings! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.

  5. What would you look forward to cooking in your new dish the most? . . . . .my signature dish . . . Lancashire HotPot

  6. I would cook a lovely lamb shank casserole with spring vegetables. Le Creuset pans last forever, they are brilliant!

  7. a nice beef chilli so we can have chilli nachos and melted cheese with homemade guacamole and salso topped with lovely sour cream!

  8. Love Le Creuset. People mocked me for spending the money at the time, but I’ve still use the first two pans that I bought twenty years ago.

  9. Hubby would want a venison casserole but I would do Delias wild mushroom risotto-all cooked in the oven -fab

  10. I watched a video recipe for a no-knead bread on youtube that I would love to try. I don’t have a stand mixer, so it’s always the kneading, and proofing, that stops me making bread.

  11. Sausage and cider casserole, haven’t done it for a while. Despite the new colours I still love volcanic!

  12. Well, for my husband and I it would be a huge vegetable casserole with cheesy dumplings. If the kids were coming round to eat I would make a big beef casserole with a bottle of beer in it for them.

  13. Chilli con quorn! Its our own recipe and great for shedding a few pounds while still tasting great.

  14. Whole roasted chicken would have to be our first dish! Rubbed all over with butter and lemon zest. Delish!

  15. Oh lovely giveaway now I know what’s missing in my kitchen. I would make a lovely beef & mushroom casserole

  16. It would have to be “The national dish of Wales” for me, which is “Cawl” it’s comforting, warming and delicious.

  17. I’d either cook a nice hearty Hungarian Goulash or my favourite jerk chicken – depending on the weather

  18. This is awesome and what a beautiful dish. I would love to cook a fresh chicken and dumplings with herbs!

  19. I would love to carry on my family tradition of cooking up a wonderful red wine gravy beef pie with plenty of veggies! My grandma passed down the recipe to my mum. I really feel food keeps us all connected.

  20. Thinking of all the soups, casseroles, chicken chasseurs, baked loaves and many more thinks I could do with this sexy beast of kitchenware!


  21. A slow cooking shin of beef stew with a gravy which you could bottle and send to the moon for astronaut celebrations.

  22. I’ve just got back from Thailand and want to make my sister a Thai massaman curry, but all the recipes require a casserole dish which we don’t own! I’d probably use this dish to make the curry for my sister πŸ™‚

  23. I have always always always wanted one of these!!! Sausage casserole or beef stew with dumplings!! NOM!!!

  24. Seems as the weather has turn cold again I would look forward to cooking and nice warm steak and ale stew with dumplings

  25. My son has been begging me to make a beef casserole. I haven’t made one in ages but if I won this lovely casserole I would have no excuses!

  26. I would love to try baking bread in it. You know, one of those easy 3-ingredient bread but the crust just looks divine when it’s done in a casserole dish.

  27. My Texan beef chilli, made with nice big chunks of beef. It’s the only dish that my husband requests, so not too sure what that says about the rest o my cooking. πŸ™‚

  28. Spaghetti Bolognaise – hopefully in this beauty that is so MAGIC, my cooking won’t be so TRAGIC. Thanks

  29. My family love Sausage casserole. I put haggis in too which really adds delicious flavour to the sauce-super rich. Oh and a few dumplings…yummy x

  30. I would love to make Persian Ghormeh Sabzi in the beautiful pot, I recently tried it for the first time and it is amazing.

  31. Wednesday chicken stew nights at the Emery’s with extra crusty bread and butter – yummy ????

  32. Spag Bol or soup, this lovely versatile pot would be a great addition to my kitchen and what a fab colour!

  33. One of my favourite Slimming World recipes which is Jamaican Beef Pepperpot Stew. It’s one of the best dinners ever!

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