They are ideal for one pot meals, baking bread or even making desserts. If the power goes out, you can cook with your cast iron pots on a BBQ grill, wood burning stove or over an open fire!
I encourage you to stop by frequently for inspiration or new recipes that will have your family requesting seconds.
All of these recipes in the cast iron pot recipes section below are made using a cast iron melting pot, which is just a small 15 ounce cast iron pot with a handle perfect for making sauces, melting butter or warming small amounts of food.
Have you ever wondered How To Make A Sauce For Steak at home? This recipe is really easy and delicious, plus if you run out of store bought steak sauce at the last minute, it doesn't take long to make a batch. It also makes a great marinade!
If you are looking for a unique tasting rib sauce recipe that is sweet, smokey and spicy all at the same time, then you won't want to miss this Maple Bourbon Peach Rib Sauce Recipe made in a cast iron melting pot! It's easy to make on the stovetop, but is versatile enough to make on a BBQ grill or over an open fire!
What Can You Cook In A Cast Iron Dutch Oven? Just about anything you can cook in any other pot to be truthful! Cast Iron Dutch Ovens are so versatile! Be sure to check out this post for some great cast iron tips and ideas!
If you’ve ever wondered How To Make Homemade Tomato Soup In A Dutch Oven then you won’t want to miss this recipe! This delicious tomato soup made from scratch is a perfect meal for lunches or to prepare from preserved tomatoes on a cold winter day.
I love ribs, but I want them fall-off-the-bone tender and oozing with spicy sweet BBQ sauce. This oven rib recipe is so versatile because it is made in a cast iron Dutch Oven meaning you can make this same recipe on a wood burning stove, on a BBQ grill or even over an open fire.
These resources will help you get the most out of your cast iron pots. Have you ever wondered How To Cook In Cast Iron Pans? Then this post is for you! It has safety pointers plus how to care for your cast iron pans plus some tips on how to cook with them and how to season them.
This post covers the benefits of cooking in cast iron. In addition to the obvious benefit that it boosts iron, cast iron has even heating, it’s versatile and truly non-stick! Be sure to check this post out and learn more!
Finally, be sure you know how to cook on a wood stove with your cast iron pots, because you never know when the skill might come in handy, especially if you live in an area where winter storms and power outages are normal.