Put the “do” in donabe.
Talk about one and done! The clay pot known as a "donabe" has been a traditional staple of Japanese kitchens for centuries, used to make everything from perfect rice and steamed vegetables to kombu-laced hot pots. The clay retains heat which allows you to simmer recipes low and slow and even keeps your food warmer for longer. Bring this ceramic one from the stovetop right to the table (it’s too head-turning and beautiful not to!) and open the lid tableside for a dramatic presentation. Made by Kinto in Japan with expert know-how, it's both microwave and flame safe so you can go wild whipping up creamy veggie soups and cozy, melt-in-your-mouth stews. It's even bringing a steam plate so you can do twice the dinner making all in one fell swoop.
This pot's safe for gas cooktops, induction burners, microwaves, and ovens. It's also dishwasher safe.