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Lodge Pre-Seasoned Dutch Oven With Loop Handles and Cast Iron Cover, 7 Quart

(10 customer reviews)


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Lodge Pre-Seasoned Dutch Oven

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Lodge Pre-Seasoned Dutch Oven

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Lodge Cast Iron Dutch Oven

7 Quart Seasoned Cast Iron Dutch Oven

A classic cooker that doesn’t quit, the Lodge Cast Iron Dutch Oven is a classic that’s great for preparing and serving memorable meals. Pre-seasoned and ready to go.

Product at a Glance:


  • The right tool to sear, sauté, simmer, braise, bake, roast and fry
  • Brutally tough for decades of cooking
  • Seasoned for a natural, easy-release finish that improves with use
  • Unparalleled in heat retention and even heating
  • At home in the oven, on the stove, on the grill or over the campfire


Lodge Cast Iron Dutch Oven

Why Buy Lodge Cast Iron

As the only full line of American-made cast iron cookware, Lodge boasts quality that has been unmatched for over a century. Even heating, a natural easy-release finish, versatility and durability are the hallmarks of our great cookware. We don’t just make cast iron; we make heirlooms that bring people together for generations.


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About Lodge Cast Iron

Founded in 1896, the Lodge family has been making high quality cookware and accessories for over a century. Lodge Cast Iron operates two foundries on the banks of the Tennessee River in the small town of South Pittsburg, Tennessee; a town Lodge is proud to call home. The company is built on family values, American history, and high quality cookware. All Lodge seasoned cast iron and carbon steel cookware is proudly made in the USA, meaning you’ll get craftsmanship that has been passed down through generations.


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Cooking And Caring For Your Lodge Seasoned Cast Iron

Caring for your cast iron doesn’t have to be complicated. Lodge cookware comes already seasoned and ready to use, so you can make your family’s favorite recipes right away. You can use it on any heat source, from the stove top to the campfire (just not the microwave!). The more you use it, the better the seasoning will get.


  1. Wash cast iron by hand with mild soap or none at all
  2. Dry promptly and thoroughly with a lint-free cloth or paper towel
  3. Rub with a very light layer of vegetable oil, preferably while the cookware is still warm
  4. Hang or store cookware in a dry place

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Finish Type

Oil Rubbed






7 Quarts

Product Dimensions

12.65 x 12.7 x 5.5 inches

Item Weight

15.2 pounds


Lodge Manufacturing Company



Country of Origin


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10 reviews for Lodge Pre-Seasoned Dutch Oven With Loop Handles and Cast Iron Cover, 7 Quart

  1. Xerkova

    Having a dutch oven with a lid that doubles as a skillet is a GREAT idea! We use this all the time and it has held up well…like most other lodge cast iron cookware. If you plan on getting the silicone handle covers for this tho, don’t. Even though they’re made by lodge, they’re complete trash that doesn’t block heat and rip easily.

  2. RonDayVous

    The handles on the cover (which works great as a base for baking bread) and base (cover) make covering your bread quick and easy. Preheating the separate pieces in the oven or stove is quick and easy. I found this to be much safer than a traditional dutch oven for baking bread.

  3. Judith G. Butler

    Bread making and just everything!

  4. Ronnie

    I’ve used Cast Iron cookware all of my life and I needed a bigger pot so I ordered the 5QT. Double Dutch Oven by Lodge

  5. Just Some Lady

    ****EDITED BELOW****I am so very happy with this Dutch Oven. Just so you know where I’m coming from, my mom used a cast iron skillet when I was growing up. When I started on my own I also used a cast iron skillet and was very happy with it. Years ago I was in an accident which forced me to close up my apartment and move back home. I gave away all my cookware and focused on physical rehab. When I was patched up and ready to get back in the rat race I bought all T-Fal cookware which I’ve used for years. My reasons for going with Teflon was because the Teflon was ready to use right away so I could hit the ground running. It didn’t require seasoning which was something I didn’t want to be bothered with at that time. Using it has been okay but I truly missed my cast iron pan. You could do anything to that pan and it would still love you the next day. I’ve read people talking on here about the arduous task of having to re season cast iron regularly. I don’t know what those people are talking about. All you have to do is keep using it, it seasons itself. You could even get one bland in the mail and not season it at all. Just start cooking on it and deal with strangely burnt food for a while till eventually it becomes seasoned with regular use. Even my Teflon pans became seasoned after years of using it on a regular basis. Seriously, cast iron is ridiculously low maintenance and that is one of my strongest reasons for upgrading to it. And now they come pre seasoned! BONUS! This wasn’t the case when I bought one years ago.All I’ve used in the past were skillets. This time around I decided to convert ALL of my cookware to cast iron. I went with this Dutch oven because it was eligible for the 4 for 3 deal here at Amazon and the other model I looked at wasn’t. I was afraid of how heavy it would be. The Dutch oven really isn’t all that bad weight wise. My electric slow cooker seems heavier by comparison. This is my first time using a cast iron Dutch oven and when I finally got it I was so excited I decided to start cooking on it right away. The fact that it comes pre seasoned bothered me a little because I didn’t get to choose the kind of oil I wanted since it was already predetermined. Nobody is really selling unseasoned cast iron these days though so I decided to go with the Lodge brand made right here in America. I was really distracted by the concept of pre seasoning but now that the Dutch oven is here my misgivings about it are completely gone. The pre seasoning is not sticky or gross, it wasn’t thick like it could chip off and there was no funny smell to it at all – all things I was paranoid about. Compared to the worries about Teflon and the fumes from it though, the pre seasoning of cast iron is the least of my concerns. They were clean, ready to use and I loved being able to dig it right out of the box and start using it as soon as it arrived.It was only received yesterday and so far I’ve used it twice to cook vegetables and once I’ve used the lid to fry bacon as suggested by another reviewer. FABULOUS! I will add that I didn’t stir anything in these pots. I just set the food in and let it cook in there. Nothing stuck to the Dutch. When everything was done and the pot cooled I simply hosed it off with water and a soapy sponge, then dried it up. Splendid! Paper towels shed in this pot however. It might be better to use a cloth or a rag of some sort that wont leave lint behind.The lid does not have a knob on the top like most lids you see on a Dutch oven. When I put this lid on the Dutch oven I’m sure not to line up the side handles to the handles on the Dutch so that it’s easier to remove the lid for stirring, adding ingredients and peeking in to see how things are coming. The lid seems to fit the same way on the pot no matter which direction you put it on so there’s no qualitative reason to line up the handles. Just make sure you protect your hands with oven mitts because this thing does get very hot. I just ordered another lid for it. It’s not something I really *need* to do, the present lid works just fine. I just thought it might be nice to have one of those lids with the spiky interior for even distribution of condensation back in to the food as it cooks. The lid that comes with it is smooth inside which is handy for using it as a skillet. In all honesty I’m purchasing this other lid simply because I know it exists, the present lid is perfectly fine so far. I just like having other options and I’m hoping the spike lid I just bought will also fit on the Dutch oven lid. Wouldn’t that be cool?Don’t be afraid of this Dutch oven. It’s a keeper! I’m really pleased with my purchase.EDIT:I finally got the other lid and it fits perfectly with no problems. I’m glad I bought this particular Dutch however and not the other. The lid that comes with this Dutch is ideal for the way I use it. I make short ribs but instead of braising them beforehand I put them in the hot liquid straight from the freezer. The ribs pile up high in the Dutch. The new lid would not fit on top of the meat but the depth of the original lid makes it fit right over it with no problems. I’ve searched and you can’t buy this lid separately, it only comes with this particular Dutch. I’m thrilled with the other lid too but I’m REALLY glad I have this one. Options are A+ in my book. Purchase a steel brush with this pot. I’ve bought a couple of Lodge cast iron products and they do tend to develope rust. I scrubbed them with a Quickie steel brush and reseasoned them a few times which solved the rust problem. You DO need to season these yourself though. The preseasoning is just a quick dressing to get you started.

  6. Crista

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     This review was not sponsored in any way.We use the fireplace occasionally and I wanted to make more efficient use of the fire. This pot has been unexpectedly good, really quite impressive to find a product of this quality at this price point.As you can can see in the video, the fire was uneven around the pot so we could test how well it conducted heat. The stew simmered almost evenly, and most crucially didn’t stick at all and cooked throughout.The lid fits well and it has a few indents on the inside to redirect condemnation, so there wasn’t liquid dripping on the edge of the lid.I would advise you do a light re-seasoning. While the pot cokes pre-seasoned, I suspect that’s where the price point difference to others comes in. We washed it quite well, not too forcefully, and because some of the seasoning flaked off, we decided to coat it in oil again and put it in a very hot oven for an hour (empty). It did the trick and the pot was well seasoned, but it smoked up the place a bit. If you’re willing to put up with that, then I recommend you get this pot.

  7. T.Nielsen

    I make small loaves of bread in this pot. It never disappoints! Thanks for a great product!

  8. bookreviewer

    The roast chicken I cook in this is the most juicy delicious roast I’ve ever cooked in my life! And using the lid on the stove top delivers just as juicy and moist bison rib eye, nothing compares. You have to be dilgent in cleaning, but that is just how you care for any cast iron

  9. Amazon Customer

    Love this Dutch oven for my artisan bread! Perfect depth and perfect results!

  10. Troy Foster

    I bought this Dutch oven mainly for baking bread. It’s quite big, so it makes huge sourdough loaves. Heats evenly, yielding a nice, crisp crust.It’s also very nice looking, and the pre-seasoning is great. Cleanup is simple, I just have to remember to put a light coat of oil on it after cleaning it.Overall, I’m very happy with it and will likely buy a couple more smaller Dutch ovens from Lodge. I wish I’d bought this sooner, as my old Dutch ovens couldn’t handle the high temps needed for baking bread. This one handles the heat like a champ.

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