Finex 1 Quart Cast Iron Sauce Pot
Prevents caramelizing and scorching of sweet secret sauces its a go-to for perfect reductions and glazes too. Beyond sauces, this cast iron sauce pot is excellent for baked beans, polenta or grits. Works great for baking delicious single-serve brownies, cakes and cornbread. Some even throw it in their wood-fired ovens for single-serve lasagna.
Ready to cook right out of the box, each FINEX Sauce Pot comes doubly pre-seasoned with 100% organic flaxseed oil to a non-stick, rust resistant bronze finish that will patina, darken and continue to improve as you cook.
Wound from 300 series stainless steel rod stock and hand polished to high luster, Finex handles stay cool longer, cool off quicker and feel better in the hand. Inspired by vintage wood stove door handles, they bring high-end fit and finish to a time honored design.
Stone-tumble polished to deliver an easy cleaning and durably seasoned cooking surface that acknowledges and refines the irons sand-cast origin.
Boxy sides take up less space on the grill or in the oven while offering easy spatula access behind the crust on bread, lasagna and other small baked goods.
Thick cast iron base and sides store and distribute heat, reducing hot spots and keeping sauces from scorching.
Designed For Life.
FINEX pays homage to the best attributes of vintage cast iron cookware: machine-smoothed cooking surfaces, flaxseed oil pre-seasoning and stone-tumble polishing. Finex took to the drawing board and meticulously worked to make their pots and pans even better. Finex cookware blends together essential elements of soulful cooking to give you the best experience and performance whenever and wherever life wants you to cook.
Natural near-nonstick performance with a cooking surface thats simply cast iron and organic flaxseed oil. A Speed Cool handle inspired by antique wood stoves, designed to temper heat and feel great while in use. Finex cookware is equally at home on the stove, in the oven, on the grill or over a bed of coals. The patented octagonal shape? Its not just for looks - the sides make it easier to release cornbread and each spout is another opportunity to pour soups and stews without dripping on the table.