Carolina Cooker® Preseasoned Dutch Oven, 9 Qt.


$44.99 EA

Cast Iron dutch ovens are excellent pots to use when cooking outdoors or over a campfire. Cast iron provides excellent heat retention and distribution. This dutch oven by Carolina Cooker® has a 9 quart capacity, great for making stews, chili, baked beans and more.

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Soy Allergy Alert: This product is preseasoned with soybean oil.

Preseasoned and ready for use, this 9 quart dutch oven by Carolina Cooker® is designed to last a lifetime. Make a variety of convenient one pot meals or large side dishes, this dutch oven can even hold coals and keep them warm. Hooked onto this preseasoned dutch oven is a heavy gauge wire handle that can suspend the pot over a campfire, making it easier for the cook to access the pot. There are no legs that also allow the pot to stand on the ground among hot coals. There are two handles located either side of the dutch oven for lifting purposes.

  • Cast Iron Dutch Oven
  • Carolina Cooker®
  • Preseasoned
  • Capacity: 9 qt.
  • Outside rim diameter: 12-5/16 in.
  • Base diameter: 10 in.
  • Depth: 5 in.
  • Thickness of dutch oven: 1/4 in.
  • Lid with cast iron handle
  • No cast iron legs
  • Heavy gauge wire handle for suspension
  • Soy allergy alert: This dutch oven has been preseasoned with soybean oil
  • For lid lifter use ASC # 48588
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Customer Reviews

5 Stars Great value

H.E. from SC wrote (October 07, 2019):

I purchased this Dutch Oven (DO) about 8 months ago and have been very happy with its performance. I bought this particular model for use on a stove and in the oven. The fit of the lid is great and I have been extremely pleased with its performance I use it a few times a month (cooking chicken bog, chilli, pulled pork, and roasting whole chickens). The only negative things I have to say about it is that the country of origin isn’t where I would like it to be, and the interior has about a quarter size rough patch, and there is a line on the inside where the casting isn’t quite as uniform as the rest of the bottom. It’s actually so subtle that I just noticed it probably a week ago. The DO sits flat, and it looks to only be cosmetic as the bottom of it is uniform and doesn’t have any blemishes and I don’t have any issue cooking dishes. The reason I gave it 5 stars despite the blemishes is that A. They don’t in any way (that I can see) affect the performance, and B. The price is right. Often times people have unrealistic expectations of price vs performance/finish. Competitors sell DOs with 5 quart capacity for about equal the price and if you try and buy a 7 qt oven you will be close to double. Bottom line is that it may be a little rough around the edges, but it’s priced right and it works flawlessly. It’s a piece of equipment that you don’t have to be afraid of damaging and will last you a long time if taken care of properly.