Staub is an internationally known brand that is highly valued by top celebrity chefs for its excellent quality. Setting the highest expectations for the development and production of all their products, cast iron and ceramic alike. Learn more about Staub HK below.
Top Staub Price List 2020
|Top 10 products||Price||Store|
|Staub 4-Quart Round Cocotte||HK$ 2,563.79||Saks Fifth Avenue|
|Staub 5.5-Quart Round Cocotte||HK$ 2,315.66||Saks Fifth Avenue|
|Staub 1.5-Quart Petite French Oven||HK$ 1,323.18||Saks Fifth Avenue|
|Staub 7-Quart Round Cocotte||HK$ 3,142.70||Saks Fifth Avenue|
|Staub 9-Quart Round Cocotte||HK$ 3,514.89||Saks Fifth Avenue|
|Staub 7.9" Round Covered Baking Dish||HK$ 1,323.18||Saks Fifth Avenue|
|Staub 5.75-Quart Coq Au Vin Cocotte||HK$ 2,481.06||Saks Fifth Avenue|
|Staub 10" Round Double Handle Pure Griddle||HK$ 1,405.90||Saks Fifth Avenue|
|Staub 3.5-Quart Halloween Pumpkin Cocotte||HK$ 2,481.06||Saks Fifth Avenue|
|Staub 3-Quart Tomato Cocotte||HK$ 1,902.15||Saks Fifth Avenue|
Founded in Alsace, France in 1974, Staub has become a leading name in manufacturing cast-iron cookware, world-renowned for both residential and commercial use. The Alsace region has a reputation for culinary excellence, and Staub has spent decades marrying tradition with innovation, creating beautiful and functional cast iron cookware. All of Staub’s high-quality products are still manufactured in France.
Staub Dutch Ovens
The company is best known for its “La Cocotte” Dutch ovens, which were among the first pieces produced by founder Francis Staub in 1974. Cast iron is a popular material for this cookware because of its efficiency at retaining heat. Staub Dutch overs distribute heat evenly over the food inside, cooking everything from poultry to vegetables thoroughly without losing moisture, taste, or nutrients. Over the years, the design of the Cocottes have retained their sense of tradition, but improved with new technology, and are now offered in several variations.
These Dutch ovens are coated in enamel, which makes them incredibly durable, nonstick, and rust- and scratch-resistant. The smooth bottoms on Cocottes make them suitable for cooking on all heat sources, while their lids are outfitted with self-basting spikes that allow condensation to drop evenly onto the food. This basting system is a more effective way of cooking than regular flat lids.
Some Cocottes are designed for a specific dish, like the Coq Au Vin Cocotte, which is meant for slow-cook poultry. Others are designed for use during a specific time of the year: a pumpkin-shaped Cocotte, for example, might be fun to use during the autumn season, while a heart-shaped Cocotte can add an extra touch to a romantic meal on Valentine’s day or during an anniversary. Although the interiors of these Dutch ovens are black matte enamel, it comes in a variety of colours, including aubergine, cherry, dark blue, grenadine, orange and more! Not only are Staub Dutch ovens a nice addition to your kitchen decor, but they’re also beautiful enough to go right from the oven to your table and be used as a serving dish.
Staub Specialty Items
There is an assortment of specialty kitchen items that Staub produces that you never knew you needed. A fondue pot, warmed by a single candle, is a great addition to a meal shared by a couple or a small group. Some of the Staub cast iron fondue pots are designed specifically for melting chocolate and dipping fruit slices or small desserts, while others are for more general purposes, suitable for melting cheese and heating sauces, as well.
If you want a more rugged alternative to a traditional hot plate, a brasserie plate, made with an enamelled cast iron pan and wooden base, will still keep your food warm after it comes off the stove or out of the oven. If you’re interested in cooking with a tajine, which is traditionally used for making stews, Staub offers one that can hold approximately ¾ quarts, great for small portions, or a larger one that can hold 2¼ quarts. To try your hand at creating a French delicacy with Staub authentic French cookware, consider picking up a Six-Hole Snail Dish, made especially for escargot.
Frequently Asked Questions about Staub
How to pronounce “Staub”?
This German cookware is pronounced as “SHTAH-b,” not “Stow-b”).
Can Staub cookware be used on glass cooktops?
Yes, Staub cookware can be used on all oven types including induction. Products with a black matte exterior are coated on the underside with blue enamel which protects your sensitive stovetops.
Is Staub cast iron safe?
Staub enamel cookware is safe because the enamel coating prevents acidic food from coming into contact with the metal surface. The enamel coating used by the company on their product is certified and considered safe by the FDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.
How should I clean my Staub products?
Your Staub Cocotte can be easily cleaned with any common washing-up liquid and water. Do not use any scouring agents or abrasive sponges to clean your Staub product. To remove a stubborn stain, it is recommended that you soak the Cocotte in warm water with a little washing-up liquid until all residues can be removed.
Why do brown specks form on the base of my Staub roasting pan?
This is a natural consequence of the slow cooking process. Most brown spots can be removed by rubbing with a non-scouring cleaning agent. Use a paintbrush from time to time to oil the inside of your Cocotte with any common brand of vegetable oil and remove any oil residues before storing away. This will ensure your product retains its shine.