Cast Iron Cauldron
Huge 43cm diameter cast iron cauldron perfect for stews, soups, chilli and much much more
Ideal for open fires, whether camping or cooking in the garden
This very large cast iron cooking pot has a wooden lid which will not overheat when is use
Clean and dry the cauldron after use, always coat with vegetable oil before and after use
Size: 43cm diameter x 20cm high
Cast iron cooking accessories can remain hot after use, so ALWAYS be very careful and cautious when handling cast iron cooking accessories
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FOOD HYGIENE AND SAFETY OUTDOORS
When cooking outdoors take care food is kept in hygienic conditions.
DO NOT leave meats in the sun or outside in hot weather, keep cool and covered with a clean cloth.
DO NOT leave butter in the sun or uncovered.
Keep meat and vegetables in separate dishes to avoid cross-contamination with fluids.
Dispose of any cooked food not eaten.
When cooking accessories are taken out of the fire, they are hot and need to be put onto a hard non-flammable surface, so the contents of the cooking accessory can be removed.
DO NOT place the cooking accessory on the patio, grass, earth or directly on the ground.
DO NOT put hot cooking accessories directly onto wood, furniture, plates, crockery or plastic surface.
Parts of the cooking accessories in direct contact with the fire may become covered with carbon soot. Therefore make sure you do not contaminate your food with soot.
CAREFUL HOT! DO NOT TOUCH, steel and cast iron cooking accessories are very hot when taken out of the fire, do not touch with your fingers, protect hands with FIRE GLOVES.
HINTS AND TIPS
Pre-heat cast iron cooking accessories for best results.
Always coat the inside with oil or butter of all accessories to prevent food sticking.
A small brush is useful for oiling or buttering surfaces.
Just a few products from our ever growing cast iron camp fire cooking range. Cant wait to get a chilli on the go in the huge cauldron. Click the link to see the range of products we have so farhttps://www.gardenchefs.co.uk/camping-range/
Posted by Garden Chefs on Sunday, 16 February 2020