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{Giveaway} 5.5-Qt Enamel Cast Iron Dutch Oven ($99 Value) | Yi Reservation

{Giveaway Closed} 5.5-Qt Enamel Cast Iron Dutch Oven ($99 Value)

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5.5-Qt Enamel Cast Iron Dutch Oven Blog Giveaway

As I announcement previously, in celebrating my new blog design and as a token of appreciation for your continuous support, I am giving away a brand new 5.5-qt enamel cast iron Dutch oven.

For those of you who are not familiar with cast iron cookware, Dutch oven is one of the most versatile kitchen tools I’ve ever come across. It braises, it grills/stews, it sears, it sautes, and it even bakes. If it also steams, it’d almost be as versatile as my good old cast iron wok!

Whether you are a serious homework and just starting out, a Dutch oven is something I always recommend checking it out if you don’t already have one.

5.5-Qt Enamel Cast Iron Dutch Oven Blog Giveaway
This Food Network 5.5-qt Dutch oven I am giving away is made of heavy cast-iron and then coated with enamel to make the surface non-reactive and easy-to-clean. It is oven-safe up to 500°F and it also has basting pikes in the lid to keep the food moist and juicy.


Giveaway Rules (CLOSED)

The giveaway starts today Tuesday, 8/25/15 and ends on Tuesday, 9/1/15, at 11:59pm EST. One Lucky Winner will be chosen randomly at the end of the sweepstakes and announced on this page.

To enter, please simply leave a comment on this page sharing your favorite cast iron recipes! Then confirm your entry in Giveaway Tools using your email address (see the form below).

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Thanks for participating. The giveaway has ended.

The winner determined by Giveaway Tools is Robin W. Congratulations Robin! You will be contacted shortly for verification!

Thanks again for being part of this contest. If you don’t want to miss the upcoming giveaway and recipes, please consider joining my Newsletter if you haven’t done so.

Additional rules: this giveaway is open to continental US residents only (sorry it’s just too heavy to ship this mighty Dutch oven overseas but I promise you that my next giveaway will be open to worldwide!). All entries will be verified before the winner is confirmed.

Disclosure: this giveaway is sponsored by Yours Truly. Good luck!

5.5-Qt Enamel Cast Iron Dutch Oven Blog Giveaway

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  1. 69

    I do not even know how I stopped up here, but I thought this put up was good.
    I don’t know who you are however certainly you are going to a well-known blogger for those who aren’t already.

  2. 68

    I could not find the Eight treasure sticky rice pudding.

  3. 67


    Butter Chicken in Dutch Oven !!

  4. 66

    I love your new logo! Very original. The new years cook book is wonderful because sometimes I’m not sure what the dishes are called and can reference your cookbook through the ingredients.  

  5. 65

    Chicken and andouille sausage gumbo!

  6. 64

    Cantonese beef brisket stew with beef tendons is the best.

  7. 63

    Beef stew is my absolute favorite..!!

  8. 62

    Hamhock, sausage. and black eye pea stew.  Not the healthiest thing out there, but yumm.

  9. 60

    Chinese style “Stewed Pork Leg”! Melts in your mouth slow cooked in a dutch oven

  10. 59

    I love pork leg stew chinese style in these dutch oven. Slow cooked melts in your mouth goodness! Or do your chicken feet dimsum or black bean spare ribs here too, nom nom nom!!!

  11. 58

    Stew, definitely!

  12. 57

    Beef tip and onions are great cooked in a cast iron pan!

  13. 56

    My favorite cast iron/dutch oven recipe is Chianti Braised Short Ribs. I get all drooly just thinking about it! http://www.olivegarden.com/recipe/chianti-braised-short-ribs/man-imp-reci-prd-77

  14. 55

    I love making French onion soup in a heavy pot- it’d be even better in an enamel cast iron one!

  15. 54

    I love to make beef stew and curry chicken!! 

  16. 53

    I love cooking chili in a dutch oven

  17. 52

    I am from a large German family and very proud to keep the old recipes alive.  A dutch oven is perfect for sauer braten!  I can marinate the meat with vinegar, all spice and bay leaves; place in dutch oven for 2 days and go right to the stove to slowly cook until fork tender.

  18. 51

    Hamburger Soup.

  19. 50

    I use my cast iron pot for everything. But especially to sear a pork or beef roast on top of the stove and then let it braise in the oven until fall apart tender.

  20. 49

    Any type of soup but esp. Ribollita. 🙂 

  21. 48

    Any type of soup but esp. Ribollita 

  22. 47

    Mac & cheese

  23. 46

    I like making one pot whole chicken dinner recipes. 

  24. 45

    This pretty simple but produces a wow effect.

    Take a ‘picnic’ pork roast and brown it on the outside. Stick it in a dutch oven with some browned onions, the whole tomatoes from a can of whole tomatoes, some Mexican oregano, some salt and ground black pepper, a bay leaf  AND a magic liquid that you make in your blender that will consist of the liquid from the tomato can, another can of crushed tomatoes (use only the good kind!), 3 cloves of garlic, an entire small can of chipotle chiles in adobo sauce (La Morena is the best), a splash of apple cider vinegar and (this is very important!) 3 or 4 tablespoons of cornmeal – all pulverized to a smooth consistency in the blender.

    Cook at 325 degrees for 45 minutes then reduce to 210 degrees and cook for 4 to 6 hours (depending if your pork roast is huge or not). NEVER open the lid during this process.

    Take the pork out and tear it up with two sturdy forks (or bear claws of you have those, which every cook should) and put it back (sauce and all) in the oven for 15 minutes or so.

    You can make tacos out of this, you can serve it over rice, you can stand in the kitchen eating it out of the pot if needs be.

  25. 44

    I use it as a frying vessel for my Korean Fried Chicken Wings recipe.

  26. 43

    Pork belly and Chinese snow cabbage.

  27. 42

    Oxtail stew 

  28. 41

    I haven’t cooked in cast iron other than to make a chili or stew.

  29. 40

    Roast beef with onions, carrots, and potatoes. 

  30. 39

    I love making a one pot chicken & risotto recipe! 

  31. 38

    I would love to make Cajun gumbo in a dutch oven! Mmmm-mmm!

  32. 37

    I like to cook veggie stew or chili ,

  33. 36

    Coq au vin!

  34. 35

    Curry Chicken

  35. 34

    My favorite is definitely a cast iron pineapple upside down cake.

  36. 33

    Dry aged Steak *thumbs up*

  37. 32

    Braised beef stew is my favorite dutch oven recipe.

  38. 31

    I love to cook pho with a pot! I love your recipes!!!

  39. 30

    Braised Hawaiian Style Oxtails !!!

  40. 29

    I like cast iron cornbread, corned beef hash, jerk chicken, and french toast.

  41. 28

    My favorite cast iron recipe is corn bread.

  42. 27

    Pork Adobo(Filipino). I can throw everything,set it on simmer and forget it!

  43. 26

    Hearty turkey chilli

  44. 25
    Jeffrey Podsobinski Reply

    Chile, extra hot and meaty.

  45. 24

    Spicy, rich, chicken and andouille gumbo!

  46. 23

    I love beef stew with wine and vegetables.

  47. 22

    some yummy chili for my hubby!(:

  48. 21

    I love Chinese chicken casserole 🙂

  49. 20

    Curry chicken!!

  50. 19

    Japanese curry!

  51. 18

    My Chinese beef stew.

  52. 17

    My favorite cast iron dish is chicken and sausage gumbo in a dutch oven.

  53. 16

    Love making stews in cast iron Dutch ovens. Or a nice bit pot of chili. 😉

  54. 15
    george rosenblatt Reply

    my wonderful mother who lived to 94 was a great cook and enjoyed me cooking for her..one of her favorite recipes which she let me cook WITH her was ” mexican oatmeal soup ” which we cooked in a heavy enameled over cast iron covered vessel made in poland…i still have it !

  55. 14

    I love making soups in the winter in cast iron pots. 

  56. 13

    Curry chicken

  57. 12

    I like to cook  chicken in beer sauce with bell peppers, onions, mushrooms and potatoes. 

  58. 11

    Can’t enter the giveaway but wish everyone good luck. Yi, you definitely rose my curiosity about the Dutch oven, so thanks! 

  59. 10

    Either focaccia or dutch babies! Love the new website design by the way. 

  60. 9

    Chicken & dumplings!.. not too creative but that’s why i browse your website.

  61. 8

    I love to make curry in a Dutch oven – and Filipino adobo!

  62. 7

    Beef stew and chili!

  63. 6

    My favorite recipe is chicken in white wine. Very tender, very saucy, very delish. Served with mashed potatoes. Perfect and very easy. Thanks for your give away! 

  64. 5
    Christopher Sorel Reply

    julia childs beef stew

  65. 4

    My favorite cast iron recipe is making deep dish pizza! So good and a fun experience. Thank you for this giveaway! 

  66. 3

    My favorite is white chicken chili

  67. 2

    My favorite thing to make in a Dutch oven is pulled pork! It’s so easy and yummy.

  68. 1

    I love making chicken and dumplings in my cast iron dutch oven! I use Paula Deen’s dumpling recipe as a base.

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