Paleo Chicken and Veggie Chili Recipe

Today’s recipe will be the best white chicken chili recipe you’ll ever eat. Hands down. It’s one of my family’s favorite hearty recipes, without beans, that is both filling and quick to prepare.

Paleo Chicken Chili: One of the best recipes for chili!

Paleo Chicken Chili

My all-meat and veggie chili obsession began three years ago when I created my favorite recipe of all time. It’s relatively fast to cook, and the flavors are enhanced (I believe) when cooked in a cast iron pot or skillet.

For today’s recipe, I’ve partnered with Lodge, the makers of my favorite cast iron skillets and Dutch ovens, to share with you this wonderful chicken version of my already extremely popular recipe: All Meat and Vegetable Paleo Chili. With dozens of great reviews and over six million visits, it has been one of the most popular recipes on this website, until now.

Did you know? Both of these Paleo-friendly chili recipes are also perfect if you are doing the Whole30! After trying it a few times on my own, I found that the biggest thing that helped me succeed at Whole30 was when I got my whole family to do it with me. But as I’m sure you can guess, that took some adjusting. I needed recipes that my kids and I could both enjoy that would help us ditch all processed foods together, for the whole month!

Don’t worry, I’m not keeping all the secrets to myself, I put everything YOU need to succeed at the Whole30 with your family into my Family KickStart Program. Click on that link to see for yourself how we’ve been able to do it at our house multiple times (even with super picky eaters!).

Paleo Chicken Chili: One of the best recipes for chili!

Okay, back to today’s recipe. I’m confident that this white chicken chili recipe will rival the classic on both flavor and heartiness. It’s very filling, and the flavors are -once again- enhanced by simmering on low in my Lodge cast iron enameled Dutch oven.

The 6-quart size Dutch oven is the perfect size for a family. Whether you are cooking for four, six, or eight, it cooks meals to perfection. I cook the best pot roasts, soups, stews, gumbos, and bolognese sauce, and my ridiculously delicious chilis. It often goes from my stove top to the oven without a fuss, and it keeps food warm long after I remove it from the heat since the cast iron retains heat like no other cookware.

Let’s face it, the Dutch oven also looks gorgeous on the table.

 

Paleo Chicken Chili: One of the best recipes for chili!

So this chili recipe is just the kind of dinner you can put together with leftover chicken or a ready-to-eat rotisserie chicken from the store. If you don’t have poblano peppers, use an additional green pepper, but know that you’ll miss the smoky-heat that the poblano brings to the recipe.

I hope you enjoy this white chicken chili as much as my family does. If you try it, I’d love for you to leave a comment and let me know how much you enjoyed it.

What is your favorite meal to cook in a Dutch oven?

Ps – looking for a great dessert to serve after this chili recipe? Try my paleo-friendly coconut flour cake! So good!

Paleo Chicken Chili: One of the best recipes for chili!

 

Paleo White Chicken and Veggie Chili Recipe

Paleo Chicken Chili: One of the best recipes for chili!
  • Author: Laura Fuentes

Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon oil
  • 1 medium jalapeno pepper, seeds removed and minced
  • 2 medium poblano peppers, chopped
  • 1 large onion, chopped
  • 4 garlic cloves, minced
  • Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 tablespoon ground cumin
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons ground coriander
  • 1 teaspoon ancho chili powder
  • 4 cups low-sodium chicken broth
  • 2 limes, juiced, plus lime wedges, for serving
  • 3 large zucchini, peeled and diced
  • 1 rotisserie chicken, skin removed and meat shredded (about 3-4 cups)
  • 1/4 cup chopped cilantro leaves, plus more for garnish
  • 1 avocado, sliced

Instructions

  1. Add the oil to a large 6-quart Dutch oven and heat it over medium-high heat. Add the peppers, onions, and garlic and sauté until soft and fragrant, about 5 minutes.
  2. Season the vegetables with salt, and pepper, to taste. Add the cumin, coriander, and chili powder and continue to sauté for 1 more minute to toast the spices. Stir in the chicken stock, and lime juice and bring to a simmer. Add the diced zucchini and continue to simmer for 20 more minutes.
  3. After 20 minutes of simmering, taste for seasoning, and adjust if necessary. Stir in the shredded rotisserie chicken and cilantro and simmer until heated through, about 5 more minutes.
  4. Serve the chili in individual bowls topped with avocado slices, and cilantro.
  5. Kitchen Note:
  6. If you can’t find poblano peppers, you can use green peppers but the chili will not be as “smoky” in flavor.
  7. For lower heat, you can use 1/2 of the jalapeño pepper and freeze extra. For added heat, keep seeds and sauté them with vegetables.

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 1 bowl
  • Calories: 311
  • Sodium: 295.5mg
  • Fat: 14.2g
  • Saturated Fat: 3g
  • Trans Fat: 0g
  • Carbohydrates: 11.2g
  • Protein: 36.5g
  • Cholesterol: 133.6mg


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699 thoughts on “Paleo Chicken and Veggie Chili Recipe”

  1. Sandra says:

    I will for sure be trying this recipe!!

    I would love a Dutch oven for our large family. As a mom to 6 boys, it would get a ton of use. Soups, chili, stews, spaghetti sauce, ribs…..the possibilities are endless.

    1. Sharon siodmak says:

      Looks delicious – thank you
      I’d love to wn the pot

    2. Stephanie Wagner says:

      I would love to try and bake bread in a Lodge Dutch oven. I’ve been looking at the recipe for years!

    3. Cheryl says:

      I would love to cook my homemade chicken noodle soup in this dutch oven, years ago, my favorite one got thrown away after we moved and I have not replaced it.

    4. Lina says:

      I would slow cook a pork shoulder butt to make some carnitas tacos for my family and friends. Making it a street taco party, complete with frozen margaritas and ice cold cervezas!

  2. Coriander says:

    Slow-cooked beef or pork for tacos!

  3. GK says:

    I don’t own a dutch oven yet but have been using Lodge cast iron skillets of all sizes for my daily cooking. If I own a dutch oven, I would cook practically everything in it – from cooking Lentils, hearty soups to browning a minced chicken for minced chicken curry.

  4. Elisa marks says:

    Halibut sweet potato stew!

  5. Barbara Duggan says:

    I love to cook a pot roast for my family in a Dutch oven. The long time in the oven makes the beef so tender.

  6. Ashley says:

    What wouldn’t I cook? But for starters beef stroganoff, a dish we enjoy called pepper steak and perhaps a delicious pot roast. I’m getting hungry thinking about all the possibilities.

    1. Holly says:

      I would love to try a roast in it. Thank you for the chance to win it! Holly

  7. Amy says:

    I would love a Lodge cast iron Dutch oven. I want to make this exact recipe in it!

  8. Karyn says:

    I would love cooking pot roast in my dutch oven 🙂

  9. Juli D says:

    So many things can be cooked in one! I use the one I have for almost anything 🙂

  10. Nancy B says:

    I would cook all sorts of yummy things in a Lodge Dutch oven but especially my beef shanks osso bucco style, so comforting

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      osso bucco is the best in a dutch oven!

      1. Susan says:

        I would love a Dutch oven to prepare French Onion soup for my family- yum!!!!

  11. Alexandra Escarfullery says:

    I would love to make a loaf of artisan bread if I had my own Dutch oven

  12. Susan L. says:

    I would cook roast or potato soup in a Lodge Dutch Oven.

  13. Angie D says:

    I don’t own a Dutch oven yet but if I did I would love to try this recipe in it as well as so many others such as pot roast, roasted chicken with fresh rosemary, and breads. My family and I would use it so often!

  14. Yasmin Sanchez says:

    If I own a dutch oven, I would cook beef stews, pasta sauce, soups, chilis, beans

  15. Ned says:

    I would cook a roast in a Dutch oven.

  16. ken l says:

    I would make Hungarian mushroom soup and corned beef.

    1. Karen says:

      Would love your recipe for this Hungarian dish.

  17. Jennifer says:

    What wouldn’t I cook in it? That pot has been on my wishlist for some time!

  18. Michelle says:

    Bavarian Sausage and Chicken with Basmati Rice

  19. Albert Butler says:

    Conecuh Sausage and chicken Gumbo!

  20. Erika Chilton says:

    I would make braised short ribs. 🙂

  21. Tom J says:

    Moroccan Chickpea Stew

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      Do you have a good recipe for this Tom? I’d love to try it!

  22. Steven Singer says:

    I love my Lodge Dutch Oven (red) but would love to have two to cook with!
    I have three children and bought one for each as well.
    The chili looks great and I can’t wait to try it.

  23. Heidi says:

    Soups and stews!

  24. Greg Stewart says:

    This recipe actually looks tasty, so I would make this eventually. But first I would love to make some ribs while my daughter “helps” me cook them. I also have an old family recipe for a chicken stew that would smell sooooo good simmering for 5 or 6 hours.

  25. Jennifer says:

    So many dishes, so little time

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      that’s always the kitchen predicament.

  26. Jeremiah says:

    I’m a big Volunteer football fan, so when it’s fall in East Tennessee that means my pot is on the stove simmering up some chili! This recipe sounds like something my wife would love! Thanks!

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      I hope she enjoys it!

  27. Jason says:

    Short Ribs!

  28. Leia says:

    What a beautiful dutch oven! I can’t wait to try the chili recipe too! I’ve never owned a dutch oven but have drooled over them for years. Soup, stew, soup and stew, at least once a week. <3

  29. Erika Chilton says:

    I would make braised short ribs!

  30. Kelsey says:

    This is a must try! Thanks for sharing!

  31. Soups and stews for sure!

  32. latrice says:

    My grandmother used to make the most amazing pot roast in her Dutch oven and that is the recipe that I would love to make in my very own Dutch oven!

  33. Jenny McCambridge says:

    Stews, chili, Korean short ribs!

  34. I don’t know….. I don’t have cast iron anything!! I have always wanted some!!! Reading all these amazing ideas I could cook for weeks!

  35. Lynnettr says:

    I love simmering a soup or stew in a pot on the stove but I don’t have a Lodge Dutch oven. My kids also love my gluten-free stovetop Mac n cheese.

  36. Carrie says:

    I would cook everything, soups, stews, chili, spaghetti sauce, and stews! What an awesome giveaway!!

  37. Nancy says:

    I’d cook a pot roast with lots of vegetables in this Dutch Oven.

  38. Samantha W says:

    I love making homemade chicken noodle soup in my mine!

  39. Judy says:

    Love your recipes, and would love to win this Dutch Oven! Judy

  40. tara says:

    This recipe sounds great. Chili and Bolognese sauce would be first things I would cook.

  41. Jennifer Dyrdahl says:

    I don’t know what I’d cook in this large pot cause I’ve never owned one! But probably a Jumbolia of some sort? That sounds good…

  42. Amber says:

    I am new to this cooking thing and what I am told I NEED a dutch oven! I am a widow with 4 hungry boys my husband was the chef so… abyways thanks for all the easy recipes! Good luck to all! ♡

  43. Jill Henderson says:

    I saw a recipe today for a butternut squash risotto that you make in the oven. It uses brown rice instead of white rice and it just sounds amazing. The recipe calls for a Dutch oven to make the risotto, and I don’t have one! Yikes!! 🙂

  44. Tami says:

    Braised meat!

  45. Lorie Lopez says:

    I would cook corn beef and cabbage for St, Patrick’s Day!

  46. Denise says:

    I don’t own a Dutch oven, but have been eyeing them for years. I’d love to have one to try soups, stews, breads, etc. to see how versatile they really are.

  47. Jennifer says:

    Butter chicken would be a must try.

    But this recipe you’ve posted looks amazing and I bet it tastes EVEN better. Can’t wait to make it 🙂 Thank you

  48. Tamara says:

    I see many recipes that I would love to make but pass over cause it requires a Dutch oven. My friend make bread in her Dutch oven. Mmmm so yummy.

  49. Christie Iliff says:

    I love Dutch ovens – my favorite recipe is Jambalaya but roasts would be second. thanks!

  50. Suzie says:

    No-knead bread and Jamie Oliver’s Chicken in Milk. I have been wanting to try both of those recipes.

  51. Melissa Kling says:

    I would cook all kinds of soups and definitely my chicken pot pie! I would love to win!!

  52. Andrea Williams says:

    I love the versatility this has from stove to oven. I would definitely make soups, stews and of course yummy chilis!

  53. Barbara Turner says:

    Well, for starters, I would definitely make this recipe! It sounds delicious! Then I’d go on to make my mom’s delicious beef split pea soup that doesn’t taste anything at all like traditional split pea soup. Then I’d make the chicken chili again. The possibilities are endless!

  54. Liberty says:

    I would love to use this for my homemade version of our family’s favorite chicken gnocchi soup.

  55. Tanya says:

    Garlic roast chicken. Mmmm

  56. Julie says:

    This recipe looks awesome! This would definitely be one of my first to try. I would also love to master a Dutch oven cobbler!

  57. Christi says:

    Excited to try this recipe! Our family is also Paleo. I love making a Lemon Greek chicken in a Dutch oven, but haven’t used one in a long time. The one I inherited from my mother-in-law bit the dust.

  58. Jessica says:

    Looks delicious! I plan on making a curry 🙂

  59. Tara says:

    Oh I have been wanting a dutch oven for so long! I would use it most for soups, stews, and sauces, but would love to try my hand at a few bread recipes with it as well.

  60. Lisa Topolinski says:

    I will make a chicken chili on this beautiful dutch oven. I always wanted to have one but too expensive. Lol Be nice if i’ll win.

  61. Toni says:

    I would make soup in my Dutch oven. I make a big pot of soup for my family every week, and it gets gobbled up!

  62. Jennifer Abrams says:

    I have heard so much about cooking in Dutch Ovens, but I haven’t yet, as I don’t own one. There are SO many recipes I would love to try!

  63. Kassy Patrick says:

    I would love to try this recipe! I have never owned a Dutch oven, but have wanted one. I’d love to do all kinds of meals in one, but I’d most look forward to trying roasts, chili, and artisan bread!

  64. Bonnie Bobeck says:

    I would bake bread daily if I had this Dutch Oven as well as soups, chili and stews! Dutch Ovens are wonderful and I truly need one.

  65. Karen says:

    I would love to make short ribs, but I would first make my Aunt’s yummy applesauce. The smell in the whole house makes me think of family!

  66. Paula Clemmer says:

    I have never cooked in a Dutch oven before. I have always wanted one! I love to make chilis and soups and pot roasts, so that is my plan!

  67. Helen says:

    Shortribs, stew, one-oven chicken!

  68. Katherine Bray says:

    Can’t wait to try your recipe! My husband and I love to cook Julia’s Beef Bourgroine. We call it Boeuf with all the wrong accent. :).
    We have been making it for 20 years now in our little Dutch oven. But recently our 7 and 9 olds have suddenly become eaters so we are in need of a bigger Pot. Who knew they would like something we make and -oh no, it has flavor and sauce!

  69. Amy U says:

    I’d LOVE to win the Dutch Oven!!! I don’t have one & never have…..but have been wanting one in the last year or so. I’d like to try some of the recipes in your book that I have!!!
    Soup & chili interests me….and I wonder if they are good for roasts and maybe a pork loin. Sounds like the options are endless.
    I hope I win!!!
    Thanks!

  70. Kristin says:

    I’d make beef daube in it, among other things!

  71. Tonje says:

    I have never had a Dutch oven, and am slowly exploring all the great things I can make on my own. I have a great recipe for a crusty bread that requires one. This would be perfect!

  72. Sheila Torres says:

    I’m thinking of all the wonderful soups and stews I can make in this pot! It would be awesome.

  73. Deb says:

    Yum, I feel like my chilli is getting boring so I’m going to try this. I would love to make any meat or vegetarian strew but most of all I would love to display that pretty cast iron pot!

  74. Leah says:

    I’ve actually been looking into getting one of these. We have big a Sunday Dinner and I love to make Ropa Vieja – that brisket and veggie stew is always a crowd-pleaser and SO easy. Right now, I use a terrible slow-cooker that takes forever, so I have to start on Saturday. It’s time to rid myself of that beast and hire a new workhorse.

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      Ropa vieja comes out amazing in this. Good luck!

  75. Lana Rouse says:

    Hands down I would make chili! My boys take it everyday to school for lunch 🙂

  76. Betty Walters says:

    I would cook Irish Stew in a Lodge Dutch Oven.

  77. Nicole says:

    I have always wanted to own a cast iron Dutch oven. We love to cook and as a mom of three boys and coming from a large family, it would help cook up a lot of love! The possibilities are endless!

  78. Mary says:

    I have a great recipe for Broccoli Potato Soup, and I would love to make it in my new Dutch oven! It would be a beautiful addition to my kitchen, and to pass down to my daughter when she gets her own home!! 🙂

  79. Val says:

    Bone – in pot roasts!

  80. Mari says:

    Creamy Indian curry from Paleo lunches on the Go. There are so many delicious recipes in there. And I love this one in the crock pot, but I know in a Dutch oven it would be even better!!!

  81. Shayna Gibbons says:

    I would love to learn to cook in the cast iron Dutch oven! Never owned one, but love exploring new ideas/recipes in the kitchen. Great opportunity to do just this 🙂

  82. Dawn says:

    Cioppino

  83. Heather B says:

    I have 9 wonderful children, so large size cookware is always helpful in my home!

    I love to cook two chickens at a time in a covered pot like a dutch oven, and then stretch them into several recipes. Or just eat them all if my 16yo son has any say so. 😉

    Thanks for running the giveaway!

  84. Kristin says:

    I would cook many things–including bison black bean chili!

  85. Julie Heston says:

    I would love to have a 6- quart dutch oven so I can cook a large quantity of food(stew or soup or beans) to freeze as meals for one!

  86. Megan says:

    I use my Dutch oven for bone broth!

  87. terri says:

    Beef stew: home made beef stock and grass fed beef, organic carrots, home grown potatoes and onions. (drool…)

  88. Marilyn says:

    I will bake a pot roast in it and braised short Riba. Yummy there are so many things I will Cook in it.

  89. Sarah says:

    I ‘d love to cook hearty soups, stews and chilis in that beautiful cast iron dutch oven!

  90. Jami Rodriguez says:

    I would make all types of soup,spaghetti sauce, and ribs. The possibilities are endless! Home cooked meals are the best!

  91. Carla says:

    Dutch ovens are wonderful! I would use it for EVERYTHING – whether it’s spaghetti sauce, minestrone soup or balandeliais (Lithuanian cabbage rolls)!

  92. Leslie says:

    Would love to try this chili recipe in a new dutch oven!

  93. karen blote says:

    i would love to try your recipes in this pot. Especially a nice beef stew!

  94. Melanie Reeves says:

    Your paleo white chicken and veggie chili recipe !

  95. Carolyn says:

    Everyone’s ideas sound great! I am a school teacher and single mom to 2 young kids, so I would use a cast iron Dutch oven for freezable meals: chili, red sauce, apple sauce, chicken stock.

  96. Mindy says:

    I would make a roast in the Dutch oven…or meat for tacos! I have always wanted one of these pots!

  97. Kellie says:

    I’d love to make a peach cobbler

  98. Traci says:

    Sounds delicious! I would love to win the Dutch oven!

  99. Amy J. says:

    Hard to say since I haven’t used a dutch oven much – do remember seeing a braised lamb shank recipe awhile back that I’d really like to try in a good dutch oven :D.

  100. Katie says:

    I would make soup…lots of soup!

  101. Angie says:

    I would make my hubby’s favorite – pot roast with carrots & potatoes. Thank you for this opportunity!

  102. Jaroslaw says:

    Definitely would make Bigos, Polish Hunter’s stew in this Lodge cast iron Dutch oven. Although the way most folks love Bigos, 6 quarts would only be a good start! 🙂

  103. Sarah says:

    I would love to make a veggie chili in the Dutch oven. I use this great plant based meat alternative that would work in the recipe.

  104. Lori in NY says:

    I would love to try cooking a beef roast in a Cast Iron Dutch oven!

  105. Megan Gibb says:

    I’d love to make this chicken chili!!

  106. Karen R. says:

    I’ve not used a Dutch oven, just cast iron skillets, but I’m excited to try new recipes and learn new things!

  107. latanya says:

    pot roast and potatoes

  108. Ruby M. says:

    For years I had anelderly gentleman neighbor who was a retired baker and an excellent cook He always referred to his casr iron Dutch oven as ‘the spider.’ He made fabulous stews, soups and roasts with it. He is the reason I own a cast iron fry pan. I would be so thrilled to own one of these lovely pans.

    1. Molly A. says:

      I love hearing the reference to a spider. That’s an old fashioned name for a dutch oven with feet. They’re not super usable these days on a stovetop, but holy moly. Nothing, and I mean nothing is better for outdoor cooking! Someday I want a spider!

      Sorry, I get a little excited over cast iron. I’m super passionate about cooking in it.

  109. Crystal says:

    I have never owned a Dutch oven, however, we love to camp and I have seen several recipes that would be perfect in that Dutch oven over a camp fire! There is no reason why you can’t have fabulous food while sleeping under the stars!

  110. Lisa says:

    I would love to win this. Currently I borrow my moms whenever I need it. My family’s favorite from the Dutch oven is Mexican rice! Yum

  111. Buffy M says:

    That recipe looks delicious. My favorite recipe is to make cinnamon apples in the dutch oven. I bag of apples wedged, 1 Tbl or more of cinnamon, and a 1 Tbl water. Bring to a boil and reduce head covered for 5-10 minutes, stir once. The apples will reduce and soften up. Serve as a side dish or on waffles, ice cream, or pancakes.

  112. Lara says:

    I keep seeing recipes for a Dutch oven – the most recent one was Braised Escarole with Beans and Sausage

  113. Emily says:

    Great post! The first two things that come to mind are a rich, savory pot roast and a loaf of jalepeno cheddar bread. Yum.

  114. Marcia Thiel says:

    I would love to make some comfort soups in this dutch oven. I have all sizes of cast iron that I love cooking with but not a dutch oven, why you ask, well I am not sure but know I would like one. The cookware I use was from my mother-in -law who cooks no longer, the cast iron was to heavy for her. She purchased some, and was gifted others from her mother. Needless to say I have some grand cooking items in my cupboards, But my cast iron needs a new recruit in the mix.
    Marcia

  115. Jamie Bishop says:

    The Dutch Oven is so versatile. I might start by making some red beans for red beans and rice then end by frying some beignets.

  116. Cathie says:

    The (not-cast-iron) Dutch oven that I bought with a set 22 years ago (!) when I moved out of my parents’ house recently developed a bubble in the bottom. It is now in the backyard as a sandbox toy, and we’ve been using our 11-qt stock pot for all soups, stews, and large batch oatmeal cooking. It looks a bit ridiculous….generally ever about a third full.

    I could really use a new Dutch oven, and oven-proof would be a treat!

  117. Heather B says:

    Beef stew.

  118. Liz C says:

    With my big family, I ‘inherited” my 6 nieces and nephews-they will say Chili all the way!!!! I would love to do a Moroccan Chicken and Green Beans dish. Awesome give-a-way!!!!

  119. Jenny C says:

    I think I’d have to start with this chili recipe! It looks delicious!

  120. Shakeeta W says:

    I don’t own a Dutch oven but if I did, I’d make some jambalaya or chicken & rice.

  121. Tami H says:

    I have been wanting a cast iron dutch oven for a long time now. I would cook a whole chicken, pot roast, veggies or anything I can cook in the oven.

  122. Becky says:

    One of my favorite recipes to make in a Dutch oven is Jamie Oliver’s chicken in lemon and milk. (I use cut-up rather than whole chicken because turning a whole chicken over to brown is neither neat nor fun.) I’d love a larger Dutch oven because we always multiply our recipes. We’d use another one for soups, chilis, and no-knead bread.

  123. Adriana says:

    I’ve been wanting a Dutch oven for ever but it’s too pricey for our budget.
    There are so many Mexican stews that were originally slow cooked in pots above fire mimicking a Dutch oven. Just one of many examples is Pozole stew made with pork and garbanzo beans. On top you put lettuce, radish, fresh onion, oregano, avocado and some lime… Served with crunchy tostadas… Yummmmm

    There’s no better comfort food than this, at least for my family and friends!!!

  124. Renee says:

    I would make a big pot of my white chicken chili or… Japanese Curry… or… beef stew or… for roasting a whole chicken. I am hungry just thinking about all of them!!

  125. Mary says:

    There are so many yummy things to cook. Beef tips, beef stew, chili, chicken with rice soup to name a few.

  126. Deb says:

    I have been a wanting a Dutch oven and imagine making stew in it would taste so good!

  127. Kristina says:

    Our favorite recipe in our dutch oven is taking it to the lake for a day of fishing. While my husband and DD fish, I get to read and enjoy outside.
    Venison stew with white beans and country veggies. Either ground venison or regular stew chunks, our DD prefers ground, and poured over last nights corn bread.
    Thick and hearty for days when their energy is spend casting and, hopefully, reeling in some fish.

  128. Anne says:

    I’d love a Dutch oven to use while camping. And braising, stews, chili, there are so many options!

  129. Vanda says:

    We love stews and soups around this house, so obviously I will cook some of them in the Lodge Dutch oven 🙂

  130. I would love to make my chicken & dumplings recipe in a Dutch oven. I actually talk about that at my website/blog.

  131. Karen says:

    Just today I made a pineapple upside down cake and was wishing I had a Dutch oven to cook it in. Ended up making it in glass, but t always better in a Dutch oven. I need one bad. I love your site. Great recipes. Thank you

  132. cathy says:

    What would I cook in a new Dutch Oven????? I’m a Scouter with a Life Scout and a Star Scout for sons. We love brownies, fruit dump cakes, dutch oven pizzas, stews, mountain man…..I can’t just name one thing, we love Dutch Ovens for cooking!

  133. Angie says:

    Sirloin tip roast

  134. Elizabeth Diaz says:

    I would try out my pinto beans in that dutch oven. I also would love to give my favorite chili a try!

  135. Judee says:

    A big, juicy beef roast would cook up beautifully in that!

  136. Mary K says:

    Steak and rice and gravy!

  137. Shannon Woodward says:

    I would use a dutch oven like this to cook soups and chili Verde! Yummers!

  138. Tracy Dhinsa says:

    A delicious chicken and rice biryani would cook so nicely in a Dutch oven!

  139. Denise Lothrop says:

    I love the concept and execution of slow cooking in a Dutch Oven. An ideal way to cook soups, stews and hearty meats. For busy life styles it is a time saver and delicious to boot!! Chicken chili is a staple in our house.

  140. Lindsay S says:

    I would love a Dutch oven! Thanks for the recipe. I hope I win so I can try this out. Would love to do some Mexican stuff and chilies. Thanks for the contest.

  141. Molly says:

    I worked at a museum for farming and agriculture. And when school tours came, we would make gingerbread in a Dutch oven over a fire. The gingerbread is amazing when cooked in a Dutch oven! So, that’s what I would make…gingerbread.

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      Wow! I’d love a recipe!!

  142. Kari Hughes says:

    I have a little Dutch oven that I got when my husband and I were newlyweds. It was great for stews, sauces, and soups that needed to simmer for hours. We found that cooking in the Dutch oven drew out the flavors of the food in ways that a crock pot just does not! Now that we have 4 kids, our little Dutch oven is not big enough for a meal for our whole family, so I hardly ever use it. It would be lovely to be able to make Dutch oven meals again for my whole family to enjoy!

  143. Heather says:

    I would make a big pot of black bean soup….my family loves it!

  144. Rebecca M. says:

    This recipe looks delicious! I also have a traditional “quick” chili that would love to cook in a Lodge cast iron dutch oven. Thank you for all of the great recipes!

  145. Cassie says:

    I would use this pot for soups, stews, and sauces and many other recipes. I would love this pot because the coating on mine is coming off and I am in need of a new one!

  146. Summer says:

    Dying for one of these and make my first attempt at a coq au vin! Thanks for the giveaway!!!

  147. Marga says:

    I would love to do a tagine

  148. Tami Flood says:

    I would love to cook with this Dutch oven!

  149. Shuly says:

    I would make mushroom barley and beef soup

  150. Linda says:

    I would make soups stews chili in my new Dutch oven

  151. Amanda says:

    Chili! Yummy yum yum

  152. Jenny says:

    I would love to make my Nanny’s famous beef and veggie soup in this beautiful pot! It would be just perfect!

  153. Pam Hanchett says:

    My family loves all kinds of soups, stews, and chilis. I don’t own a Dutch oven now, but it sound perfect to handle these types of meals.

  154. Amy says:

    I have just recently discovered the wonders of cooking a big pot of goodness and using it during the week…I am currently limited to what I can cook in a crock pot because I don’t own a Dutch oven….but I have come across numerous recipes that use one. The first thing I would cook is my mom’s chili and then after that, the possibilities are endless. Thanks for the opportunity!

  155. Sarah says:

    Love your chili recipe includes zucchini. I’ve been lusting after my mom’s Dutch oven since she received it at Christmas. It’s so useful!

  156. Lea Ann says:

    I would love to make some gluten free homemade chicken and dumplings in that Dutch oven for my daughter who has celiacs.

  157. Sarai says:

    I would definitely make lentil soup!

  158. hello! I love your blog. I would love to win this dutch oven to be able to cook hearty meals for my 3 growing boys. I have been wanting to make braised beef short ribs and a pan such as this would work beautifully.
    Thank you for working hard to bring us healthy and delicious recipes.
    Sincerely,
    Suzanne Arrison 🙂

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      Good luck!!!

  159. Brianna says:

    I’ve been eyeballing a good Dutch oven for a long time! So many yummy things to make in one, it’s hard to choose, but probably the first thing I’d make is a bolognese. It would definitely see more than one loaf of bread, too!

  160. Jennifer says:

    I would first fix stew. The possibilities are endless though. I would have a hard time trying to decide what to cook in it next. Pot roast, chicken and dumplings, Salisbury steak…..

  161. Jennifer says:

    BREAD! BREAD! BREAD!!!!

  162. Carryl says:

    I would make chili or roasted corn chowder, I love chili and wish my 5 year old would eat it, alas he avoids anything with a sauce incase I am trying to poison! One of these days, I hope he will enjoy the chili or chowder! Thanks

  163. Xochitl Denton says:

    White bean and chicken chili by Giada

  164. April Maston says:

    I would love to cook in this beautiful Dutch oven! I would use it to make pumpkin chili, chicken and dumplings, lasagna soup and SO much more! Thanks!

  165. Annie says:

    I love making Sweet Potato Shepard’s pie in my dutch over 🙂

  166. Marni says:

    I love baking bread in Dutch ovens. But I think I would use this one for some really yummy stews ☺️

  167. Angella says:

    Peach Blackberry camp cake

  168. Kelly says:

    I would like to cook gumbo, chili, or lentil stew in cast iron. Hearing that people threw out their cast iron makes my heart hurt. Katrina was how I ended up with my 16 inch cast iron skillet. A local hardware store was throwing it out after the roof leaked water on their cast iron display. It was covered in rust. My husband grinded the rust off and I reseasoned it. I think I use it daily with our family of five.

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      So sad indeed! Most people don’t know that they could have done what your husband did. What a gift!! Good luck!

  169. Cindy k says:

    I have several pieces of enamel cast iron and love them!

  170. Kelly Abrams says:

    I would love to try braised ox tail! I’ve seen it cooked in the Dutch oven but I’ve never had the opportunity to try it.

  171. Marie says:

    I’d make “normal” chili.

    Though I also want to try this chicken veggie chili you’ve posted.

  172. Sarah says:

    This looks awesome!

  173. Meredith Robinson says:

    I would love to make a pot roast for a nice family dinner on Sunday. My grandma used to have us over every Sunday and I can still remember the smell of her pot roast cooking away in her Dutch oven. My Aunt got her cast iron skillets and my Mom got the Dutch oven. I hope to one day be able to hand down a piece of our familys kitchen history to my kids.

  174. Terry K says:

    I would sear a roast in the Lodge Cast Iron Dutch Oven then add onions, potatoes and carrots then call the family to savor together.

  175. Cassandra Zimmerman says:

    I would love to try this recipe in a dutch oven! Also, I have seen different recipes online of what you can do with one, it is quite amazing to see what you can do with it!

  176. Valerie says:

    Who doesn’t want a beautiful cast iron Dutch oven to cook in 🙂 I’d be thrilled to win it! This sounds like a wonderful, filling recipe. Can’t wait to try it.

  177. Megan Owens says:

    Among dozens of other things, I’d like to cook a classic pot roast in a Dutch oven.

  178. Gail says:

    Grandpa’s Beef Stew!

  179. Alex says:

    Would love to try chicken-in-a-pot in that beautiful Dutch oven!

  180. Emelie says:

    I love this pot! I’d first make a veggie white bean stew with dumplings. and then a whole lt more!

  181. Michelle says:

    I would love to win a dutch oven!! I have been eyeing one from TJ Maxx/Marshalls for long time now but the price just gave me sticker shock even at these stores. I would love to make a Trinidad stewed chicken for my family (3 boys)!! I have to use 2 separate pots now to cook the chicken since they eat at least 2lbs of chicken when I cook it. Would definitely make my life much easier.

  182. Alissa Keith says:

    I would love the dutch oven to cook all my roasts, soups and stews during the long Wisconsin winters. Thank you!

  183. Sheila says:

    Hi! I have seen so many recipes that use a Dutch oven (including the one above!).I can’t try them because I don’t own a Dutch oven. I would love to have one to cook artisan breads, soups, stews, chilis, braised meats and more!

  184. Patty says:

    I would love to cook bison stew.

  185. Jodi says:

    I would cook beautiful roasts in this Dutch oven.

  186. Tricia says:

    I’d cook mainly soups, lentil and squash are favorites around here…..I’d probably also use it to start my homemade yogurt…….

  187. Erica W. says:

    Beef stew, apple sauce, tomato sauce, broccoli cheese soup, bread and much more!!!

  188. Kari says:

    I’ve never had a dutch oven, but would love to! I would start using it with this chili recipe. Looks so yummy!

  189. S. breaux says:

    I would really like a new dutch oven. I would make delicious stews, chili, pot roast, and just about everything !

  190. Janel says:

    I have always wanted to do one of those deep braising meat recipes that requires (or at least a suggestion to use). I would love to add this pot to my collection!

    P.s. your chili looks amazing may have to try it!

  191. Luna says:

    I´d love to try a bread recipe, as a good Spaniard I love bread 😀

  192. Tammy says:

    Taco Soup

  193. Jess says:

    I would definently cook a pot roast first, followed by braised cabbage. I love how flexable dutch ovens are, one pot cooking and beautiful to serve out of! That blue one is so pretty! Thank you for sharing so many recipes and tips, your a lifesaver <3

  194. Katie says:

    My go to Dutch oven recipe is from a wedding gift cookbook for chicken cacciatore. I’ve made it for my friends as a new mom meal many times as it’s always delicious! Artichokes and sherry make the recipe (and of course the moisture capturing effects of the Dutch oven!).

  195. Cristina says:

    I love to cook bread bread bread in my cast iron pot! It’s a success every time!

  196. Robin says:

    i love the color of this Dutch oven! I would definitely use it to make beef stew.

  197. Kim says:

    I would love this pot! I have had it on my wishlist forever! I am into chili right now so that is what I would most likely cook right off the bat.

  198. Cherry J says:

    Is it wrong that I want to take it camping with me and the fam?!? I’ve never had one, but always see recipes that call for it as I’m preparing meals for our camping trips. I would definitely make baked apples or Apple bread in it..

  199. JENNIFER S says:

    I just made a lentil sausage stew in my enameled dutch oven today! sadly it now has a chip in the enamel 🙁

  200. NANCY FULLARTON says:

    I already have the ingredients. Cant wait to try for tomorrows supper- Looks Amazing!

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      Would love to hear how you enjoy it Nancy!

  201. Danette says:

    So funny! I hadn’t seen your recipe before I answered, “Chili or Chicken”! Would LOVE to win this!

  202. Chika says:

    Oh, so many wonderful things I would make in that pot– like pork shoulder ragu and sopa ranchera!

  203. Sara says:

    This looks wonderful! I would love a Dutch oven like this. I have been married 31 years and have never owned one. There are so many things I would cook in it, from my mom’s spaghetti sauce recipe to chili, soups, a roast, stews, shrimp Creole, and many more. And I love that blue color! Perfect in my blue and yellow kitchen!

  204. Simone says:

    A Dutch oven has been on my wish list. Would love to do roast a chicken in one.

  205. Melissa says:

    I have a dutch oven, but would love to own a cast iron one. I use my for soups, but my favorite use is making artisan bread. It makes the best loaf with chewy crust and soft insides!

  206. Alicia Johnston says:

    Hi I would love the Dutch Oven to cook many recipes my grandmother used to make, such as Sunday pot roasts, chili, and beef stew (and of course some of your dishes) . I can still picture her old Dutch oven and would love for my little boys to enjoy those dishes too. Thank you for all your recipes!!!!

  207. Alison Tweedie says:

    I’ve never had a dutch oven but have always wanted one. I would make beef stew throughout the winter and soups and chili the rest of the year.

  208. Tiffany says:

    I love my cast iron too! I don’t have one of the enameled Dutch ovens but I know I would use it! Thanks for the opportunity!

  209. Thuy n. says:

    I would make sourdough bread.

  210. Catherine l. says:

    Would really like to cook coq co vin or beef bourguignon.

  211. Sara says:

    I have been married 31 years and never owned one. I would cook many things from my mom’s spaghetti sauce, to chili, soup, stew, roasts, shrimp creole, and many more recipes! And I love the color! Perfect in my yellow and blue kitchen!

  212. Cathy says:

    Now I’ve got a hankering for chili, so that’s what I would make in a new Dutch oven, but more traditional, with beef, tomatoes, and beans 🙂

  213. Sandra B. says:

    The chicken chili recipe sounds so good. Would love to cook in this cast iron dutch oven. Thanks

  214. Lisa says:

    I would love to try homemade tomato sauce, one pot lasagna, easy Parmesan risotto and applesauce. These would be new recipes as well as old ones such as soups and beef stew.

  215. Jakki G says:

    I would love to win this! I would cook everything in this! Soups, stews, roasts, fried chicken, anything! I don’t have one and have been wanting one for quite a while 🙂

  216. Carrie says:

    Oh, my gosh! What WOULDN’T I prepare in this!? We have five children (turning 2 – twins! – 4, 6, and 8 this year) and are preparing for our first big move in May. Any opportunity to save time and make a delicious (and allergy-friendly) meal is a welcomed one!

  217. Eve says:

    I would love to win this! I make lots of soups, would love to try a dutch oven bread and it would help a lot with canning! Thanks for your great recipes and the work you put into your blog.

  218. Erika says:

    This recipe looks fantastic! I would love to prepare it in a dutch oven. Thanks for sharing such delicious ideas.

  219. Sara Hayes says:

    I have always wanted one of these. But the first thing I’d cook in it would fire roasted tortilla soup! It’s a regular dish in our family of 5 and it would be even better in a cast iron Dutch oven!!!!

  220. Ashleigh Davis says:

    One of the first things that I’d cook in that pot is chicken noodle Soup!

  221. Kim says:

    I’d like to try your recipe and would love to brown some beef and make a delicious stew!

  222. Angela Wiswell says:

    My tiny family of 3 has almost every food intolerance most people can think of (wheat, corn, dairy, peanut, soy, egg, pea, almonds and citrus), so I cook almost all of our meals from scratch to accommodate everyone’s needs and cook only one meal. This recipe doesn’t need modifying and looks delicious so it would be one of the first I try if I had a Dutch oven, followed by a big batch of spaghetti sauce then my taco meat sauce!

  223. Gretchen says:

    My husband and I were *just* telling friends we wanted a cast iron Dutch oven!!!! We love a good comforting pot roast but I’m sure we’d cook a slew of things in there!!! Thanks for the opportunity!!

  224. Christine Ruzzi says:

    I would LOVE a dutch oven. There are so many options, but I’d start with artisan bread and then quickly follow it with stews, chilis, and soups. Thanks for all you do.

  225. Kim says:

    I’d love to make your chicken chili recipe and brown some beef and make a delicious stew!

  226. Rache says:

    I have been wanting a Dutch oven for as long as I can remember, I want to cook everything in it!

  227. Andree says:

    If I win the dutch oven, I would use it to make stews and chilis. My favourite comfort foods.

  228. Cathy says:

    Thanks for this recipe, I will try this for sure! I am a lover of all the comfort foods, soups..stews..chilli. I have always wanted a dutch oven for my husband and I. I like comfort foods with lots of vegetables and he loves lots of meat so we compromise with hearty stews, chilis, and soups. The first thing I would make in this is my favorite zucchini chicken chili! I love your emails and always look forward to your recipes. Thanks!!

  229. Alexis says:

    I’d love to make brocolli cheese soup in a Dutch oven! I’ve tried it every other way!

  230. Tamora says:

    I have heard wonderful things about cooking bread in Dutch ovens! I am a bread fanatic and would love the chance to try it in my very own Dutch oven 😉

  231. Helen says:

    I don’t have a Dutch oven and I just learned that it can make desserts too!! So I’m not only excited to make this dish, meat balls, fettuccini Alfredo etc but also so looking forward to try to make cheesecake!
    I wanna win!!!!!

  232. Debbie Bowes says:

    Pot roast! Have seen many one pot recipies that pop in the oven that I would love to try!

  233. Jill Mansanares says:

    This recipe sounds amazing! I will try it out this week. It would be amazing to have my own 6-qt Dutch Oven to make it in. I would like one to make my pork green chili, chicken tortilla soup, chicken noodle soup, and so many more recipes in.
    Thanks for all your great recipes and tips!

  234. Amanda says:

    I’d try THIS recipe! I love making chili but I’ve never tried one like this! Looks amazing!!

  235. Jen says:

    I would love to cook the new Paleo recipes that I’m learning how to make for my three small children, starting with chili! I’m widowed and my late husband was the chef. I’m proud of the cooking skills I’ve gained over the past two years and could definitely put this lovely Dutch oven to use.

  236. Amanda Alderfer says:

    I’ve wanted a Dutch Oven for such a long time now. Would absolutely make your chicken chili recipe as we have eliminated red meat in our family so I’m always on the hunt for new chicken recipes!! Appreciate the opportunity to try for this! Thanks!!

  237. TC says:

    Favorite meal in a dutch oven? Stews! But lately I’ve been wanting to try baked bread in one.

  238. Delia says:

    In the late fall/winter/early spring, I cook with a wood cook stove and absolutely LOVE it. I really does make the food taste better. It dates back to the late 1800’s. It has a warming oven, a baking oven, a water reservoir that heats water for dishes and adding humidity to the air (we live in New Mexico).
    The only cookware that can withstand this kind of heat is cast iron. In the oven, the heat comes from the top (not the bottom like regular electric/propane stoves). I learned quickly how to cover the food properly and what kind of lid to use so the handle doesn’t melt. I have also learned to use cast iron trivets to slow the cooking of some foods while other foods need hotter temps.
    Which leads me to cooking multiple foods at one time and the reason I would LOVE a 6 quart dutch oven. We are a family of 5 so I’m all about batch cooking.
    What would I cook in this dutch oven? Your chili recipe, some beans and chicos, slow simmer bone broth or dutch apple pie!

  239. Cindy Martinez says:

    I would make the White Chili recipe in this post.

  240. Talia B. says:

    I have wanted one of these for a while. I would cooks lots of soups, stews, and one pot dishes in this beautiful dish!

  241. Shelly says:

    Roast! Haven’t been able to make a good one yet, so maybe this would do the trick!

  242. Kat Prawl says:

    I’ve been drooling over recipes for baking bread in a dutch oven, so I’d love to win this one to try them out. This chicken chili sounds really good, too! Being a Texan, red chili is my favorite but there are so many variations on the theme it would be great to try a bunch of them in this lovely pot.

  243. Abby says:

    This recipe looks amazing! I can’t wait to try it! I love my Lodge cast iron skillet and would love a dutch oven. I would make french onion soup!

  244. Amanda Power says:

    I’d love to cook chili in this!!!

  245. Tessa says:

    If I had a Lodge Dutch Oven, I’d braise some of the fabulous pork we just got from our CSA! Love using our Lodge skillets, too.

  246. Keri A says:

    I’d be making Irish Guiness Beef Stew this week. Chili, Chicken Tortilla Soup, or Chicken and Cheesy Rice any other day. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  247. Valerie W says:

    I would love to make this chili or any soup or roasted chicken in a Dutch oven.

  248. Stephanie says:

    I’ve never made bread in a Dutch oven before, I’m very intrigued! I love making soups and stews and would love to have a Dutch oven to make them in. I love to boil a whole chicken and do this often. It makes delicious stock as well as yummy meat for several dishes.

  249. Darlene Walberg says:

    I would love to have this Dutch oven to make my chili and pot roasts in and to try some of your recipes!

  250. Darlene Walberg says:

    Have been wanting one of these pans for chili and stews.

  251. lili says:

    i love to make soup and chili in the dutch oven

  252. Cheryl B says:

    We have a large family so I use my Dutch oven for almost everything. This recipe looks so yummy, I’ll definitely have to try it out.

  253. circleabby says:

    That Dutch oven would be perfect for my artisan bread!!! 🙂

  254. If I had a dutch oven I would love to make all kinds of delicious stews including a delicious caldo de res or menudo.

  255. Colleen M says:

    I would love to be able to use the Dutch oven to cook soups, stews, and roasts.

  256. Cynthia says:

    I would make Guinness Beef.

  257. Mia says:

    Short Ribs! Although with 4 kids a giant batch of meat sauce would be more practical.

  258. Pat says:

    I’d love to make that Paleo White Chicken and Veggie Chili recipe you just posted in a new Dutch oven I had won! That would be so much fun!

  259. Brenda says:

    I already cook everything in cast iron! My favorite “pot & pan” is one of my iron skillets! I have several sizes of skillets but I don’t have a Dutch oven. I would cook chili for sure, and my family’s favorite-cheesiest potato soup.

  260. Lori L. says:

    We don’t have a Dutch oven but I would love to make some creamy chicken and rice soup that I usually make in my crockpot.

  261. Tiffany says:

    I loved my blue enameled LODGE cast iron Dutch oven for about 5 years. We used it weekly. UNTIL I had it tested for lead—it tested POSITIVE. Yes, the WHITE INSIDE ENAMEL HAS LEAD IN IT. I haven’t been able to bring myself to use it since. Don’t take my word for it—get yours tested with an XRF machine. Any amount of lead is not safe! Especially for families with children. Completely unacceptable. For this reason, I do not believe you should endorse LODGE.

  262. Shari says:

    Would lovea dutch oven. The blue would go beautifully in my kitchen. The first thing I’d make with it would a a whole, organic chicken.

  263. Martha Alford says:

    Soups and bread

  264. Melissa says:

    Great recipe. I would make my mom’s chili & taco soup – two of our family favorites if we were to win the giveaway.

  265. Brittany Hamilton says:

    I have always wanted a Dutch oven but never gotten one yet … My family loves pot roast, soups and chili, even a delicious curry would be good in a Dutch oven! Can’t wait to try this chili recipe sounds delicious.

  266. karen says:

    I would bake rustice no knead bread, cook chili, pot au feu, huge veggie soups, and so many things. I have a dutch oven but got stolen during a move. Really miss it.

  267. Clover says:

    I would try this recipe but I would have to add some beans!!

  268. Anastasia says:

    Soup, chili, gumbo and an occasional whole chicken.

  269. Denise F says:

    I’d love to cook spaghetti sauce since I can’t make that in my non enameled cast iron. I’d also love to sear and braise a roast, make chili, tacos…..so many options. Plus it’s so gorgeous, I’d leave it out on the stove to admire it!

  270. Dawn K says:

    Without a doubt Green Chili! This is a recipe passed down through my husband’s family by mouth. I was fortunate enough to have his mother show me how to make it before she passed away 12 years ago and I’m supposedly getting close to perfecting it per my husband & father in law! It’d be great to be able to make a huge pot for the whole family!

  271. Stephanie Sparks says:

    I would like to make shepherd’s pie in this Dutch oven! Thank you for the giveaway!

  272. Michele says:

    I am going to guess that I’m the only poster who is hoping to make a meaty cholent. Yum!

  273. Tasha says:

    I would make chili, kurbissuppe and spargelsuppe! I would love to add the Dutch oven to my kitchen! I have been wanting to add it for awhile now!

  274. Kathy says:

    I’ve always cooked soups of course, in my Dutch oven. But my favorite thing to cook is a roast with all the fixin’s! Onions, mushrooms, carrots and potatoes…! Beef or pork, doesn’t matter, my family loves both!

  275. MomG says:

    I would like to try masala lamb l think it will be very tender
    I wish i win

  276. Marci Banks says:

    Awesome idea. I love meaty chili and I would use the dutch oven to make a ton for my big family.

  277. Joellyn says:

    So many choices….maybe some Texas Stew or some Spaghetti sauce or some yummy mac and cheese!!

  278. Dot says:

    I’d love it to make ratatouille in the oven on a cold day!

  279. Mari Merlo says:

    Oh my, there are so many dishes I could prepare with a Dutch oven!! But let’s say that short ribs and artisan bread would be the first two on my list, yummy!

  280. Leah says:

    What’s not fun to cook in a Dutch oven? Mac and cheese, veggie chili, chicken soup, roast, etc etc! What a fun giveaway! Thank you!

  281. Christina says:

    I would love to make some of the same recipes my mom made in her dutch oven when i was a kid, especially her pork loin!

  282. Alisha Soukaseume says:

    I would love to make curry in a Dutch oven! Soups, chili, gumbo, roasts, stews….yum!!!!

  283. Michelle lucio says:

    If I had a Lodge Dutch Oven, the first thing I would make in it is Arroz con pollo. I’m sure it would come out fantastic in this type of pot. Thanks for the giveaway.

  284. Alisha Soukaseume says:

    I would love to cook curry in a Dutch oven! Also, chilis, stews, gumbo, roasts….it would be amazing to own one!

  285. Amanda Hornik says:

    I would make lots of soups and stews in a Dutch oven!!!

  286. kelly says:

    Mmmm, where would I start? Chili, stew, pasta, so many choices.

  287. Jennifer L says:

    I have an entire board on Pinterest devoted to Dutch Oven recipes in hopes I might be able to make them one day.

  288. Krista says:

    I would absolutely love to make my chicken and dumplings in that beautiful Dutch oven!!!

  289. Sarah says:

    I would cook a lot if things in this, probably starting with a nice lamb curry! Thanks for a chance to win!

  290. Erin says:

    I would love to learn how to cook in one! The recipe looks delicious!

  291. Stacy L says:

    I have wanted a Dutch Oven for a few years and would love to make a pot roast and soup/stew!

  292. Janet says:

    Oh that is a beautiful pot. I think the first thing I would make in it would be a pot roast.

  293. Rebecca says:

    I would love to explore cooking soups in the Dutch oven.

  294. Carolina says:

    Hi, I would love a dutch oven. I would make Hachee, which is a kind of stew with beef, carrots, onions and lot of different spices.

  295. Sarah says:

    With a Dutch oven I’d start by making my mother’s pot roast followed by lots of soups and chili’s

  296. Aniko says:

    I wish I could try a stuffed cabage (Sauerkraut)

  297. Sylvie Germain says:

    Well, with the Maple Sugaring Season which just started here in Quebec and Easter just around the corner, The first two recipes I would be making in the Dutch over is a Braised leg of lamb with vegetables and Maple Syrup and Maple Syrup Grand-Peres (Dumplings), a traditional dessert of the sugaring season.

  298. Donna M.C. says:

    Getting a 6 qt dutch oven would be great. I had one that disappeared in one of our moves, and have been using a 4 qt instead. Amazing at what a difference that makes.
    Thank you for all the recipes and other bits of info you share, they are helpful to families of all ages and sizes.

  299. Laura Evans says:

    Hmm…there’s so many lovely things i would use it for but on eof my long term favourites would have to be a lamb hot pot. Beautiful 🙂

  300. Laura Rette says:

    I have wanted a Dutch oven since I started cooking. My grandmother had a lodge that was then passed down to my mother and then my sister so I’ve been wanting one of my own. A recipe I remember my grandmother making is a hearty beef stew. One of my favorites that I’ve tried in the crockpot but never comes out as good as my grandmothers cooked in her Dutch oven. It seems a lot of recipes I find on the Internet I want to try require a Dutch oven so there are plenty more I would love to try as well.

  301. Stacey says:

    I have never had a Dutch Oven, but have always wanted one! I would love to make a vegetable beef soup (an old family recipe) in a Dutch Oven! Plus try tons of other recipes I have found!

  302. Kim says:

    Hmmm I would love to try to cook everything I’ve heard here – gumbos, chili, pot roast – I would definitely learn how to use it. I don’t own any cast iron cookware but have heard wonderful things about it.

  303. Meg says:

    I’ve never cooked with one of these, but if I won one I would make soups, stews, chilis, curries… you name it!

  304. Andrea says:

    The recipe looks really yummy. Will be trying it this week while both kids are home from college.

    Would LOVE to win the pot. Nice addition to my kitchen.

  305. Nina says:

    There are so many German recipes
    I would want to try. Top of the list would be lamb stew and Dutch Oven bread! Thanks for the chance!!

  306. Candis says:

    I love my cast iron skillets so much, they stay on my stovetop all the time. If I had a dutch oven I would use it for lots of things, probably soup would be the most popular.

  307. kristina says:

    So many things…..chili, pot roast, roasted veggie pasta sauce, and cherry cobbler, just to get started!

  308. Cathy says:

    Chili, chili, and more chili. Love chili!

  309. Natalie G says:

    We love to try different chili’s and rice dishes – they would be do pretty in this dutch oven!

  310. Kathleen Mccarthy says:

    I have never used anything like this to cook with so I would probably start with the chilli recipe.

  311. Kristen says:

    This is incredible! I have always wanted one of these! I would love to start with the recipe you have here!
    Thank you!

  312. SherI Lyn Mix says:

    Yum! I would braise a brisquet…red wine, onions, carrots, mushrooms. I can smell it now!

  313. Tracey says:

    I would make chicken stew to pour over biscuits!

  314. Brandi says:

    I love trying new recipes. My family lives chili so I am always looking for new ideas. I would make one of my favorite comfort foods in this pot…beef stew.

  315. Breanna says:

    I would love to make some homemade no-knead artisan bread in the dutch oven!

  316. ROBERT LAGRECA says:

    Love Some Baked Ziti

  317. Jennifer Osterman says:

    I would make many things, especially beef bourguignon!

  318. Railey says:

    We have an old cast iron skillet that my husbands grandmother left us, she passed away a few years ago at 104! I would love to add a Lodge Dutch oven as a pass down piece of our families food heritage. With five kids and their friends dinner in one pot would be so much easier than dinner in two or three. Soups, stews, curry’s, chili’s the list of possibilities seems endless!

  319. michelle says:

    If I had a Dutch oven, I would definitely make this chili recipe in it. A Dutch oven is one of the things I’ve never had, but have wanted for a while. So many recipes can be made so much easier in a Dutch oven than without–and having to use multiple pots/pans. I would also make other soups and stews; roasts; my Italian grandmother’s amazing spaghetti sauce and so many more things. Thanks for the giveaway!

  320. Jennifer C says:

    I would cook chili!

  321. Tamara says:

    I do not own a Dutch oven yet and would love to have one. We have a family of 6 total and cooking larger meals is a must at our house. Leftovers are a wonderful thing!!! I think the possibilities could be endless with a Dutch oven. One of our favorites is Chili. I would love to try your recipe and find more new ones to try! I am constantly trying new things for the family and this would be wonderful to use for all the new recipes I find!

  322. Kelli says:

    Your recipes look fantastic! I need new cookware so badly and would love to win this! Thank you for the chance!

  323. James says:

    I would try my chili if I won it

  324. Tirzah says:

    Lov this recipe. Definitely going to have to put it on my meal plan! I would love to win the Dutch oven. I have always wanted one. It would get lots of use!!

  325. Kathy C says:

    I would like to try bread!

  326. Rana says:

    Would love to try your chili recipe…. Yum! Would Love to win the Dutch oven!

  327. Jamie says:

    I’m a vegetarian but that doesn’t mean I would use it any less – actually I would probably use it more! Soups and stews as well as one pot fast meals would be cooked in that beautiful pot (my favorite color by the way!)

  328. saly says:

    Great recipe

  329. Rebecca says:

    I have never owned a Dutch oven but have always wanted one. I would make a big ole pot of chili. I would also like to make Zuppa Toscana. Or beef stew. Mmmm. Thanks for the chance!

  330. Lydia says:

    I would make a huge pot of Gumbo. .my family’s favorite

  331. Lisa Suit says:

    Oh I would make just about everything in it!! One thing I would love to try though is sourdough bread baked in a Dutch oven, I’ve seen lots of great things about it!

  332. Katie Kattner says:

    Oh, I’d cook everything! Of course the classic roast… bone in chicken thighs, short ribs, and my favorite: chili.

    I’ve never had dutch oven!

  333. Lesley says:

    I’d love to cook my beef stew with red wine, onions, mushrooms and homemade beef bone stock in this pot!

  334. Heather says:

    I feel like every family in New England needs this pot. Sadly, I do not have one. 🙁 If I were gifted with one, I would cook bread. Lots and lots of bread!!

  335. Anna says:

    Recipe looks great. I could use Dutch oven for that, Irish stew, and maybe ‘baking’ on my gas grill outside during hot summer months.

  336. michelle childers says:

    I work late a lot, so one pot meals are a great way to get dinner on the table fast. I would of course cook a variety of dishes in this dutch oven, but first my favorite vegetable curry. Thanks for the chili recipe, look forward to seeing how it fares with the kidos!

  337. Viviannette says:

    Stews and chili.

  338. Kristen Webber says:

    My husband’s favorite meal is chili and cornbread, I bet I could make some fantastic chili in a new Dutch oven!! Definitely putting Laura’s chicken chili recipe on our menu this week! Looks delicious!!

  339. Lisa b says:

    I’d like to make miners chicken – I had it once at a cookout, out of a Dutch oven and it was delicious!

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      Miner’s chicken? Do you have a recipe for this? I’m intrigued!

  340. Jill Taylor says:

    I love cooking in a dutch oven because my soups don’t scorch on the bottom.

  341. Kristen Webber says:

    I cook pretty much everything in my dutch oven, it would probably love a friend so it can get a break! My husband’s favorite meal right now is chili so this recipe is sure to please, thank you for sharing Laura!

  342. Shana D says:

    I’d make pot roast. I’ve never made it before and I’ve always wanted to try my hand at it.

  343. Colleen Ladd says:

    I have never cooked in a Dutch oven, but my mother used to make the most tender pot roast and veggies in hers. I would perhaps try her recipe first. 🙂

  344. Trish NP says:

    I have an old cast iron pot with very little enamel left that is my go to pot for many meals….soups, chili, and I’ve even tried artisan bread in it (with great results). A new pot would be a blessing; I’d probably make some type of soup for a first recipe.

  345. carin says:

    My vegetarian chocolate walnut bean chili. Sounds gross but it is delish!

  346. Erin Wulff says:

    Love the pot! I cook dried beans in the oven, after an overnight soak I cover the beans with water and bake at 250 deg F covered for 45 minutes to 3 hours depending on the bean, they come out so tender! Better and easier than on the stovetop

  347. Hillary says:

    This Dutch oven would be perfect for chicken tortilla soup!

  348. TC says:

    Stews are my favorite thing to cook in a dutch oven, but I’m thinking about experimenting with bread.

  349. Ali says:

    I would use my Dutch oven to cook goulash, roasts and chili.

  350. Jen McGuire says:

    I’d love to be able to make stews and chili in this pot. Plus I think it would be a versatile piece to have in my kitchen. Thanks for the opportunity to win! This recipe looks great!

  351. Karen Sablich says:

    A delicious pot roast!

  352. Ivelisse says:

    I have never had a dutch oven or cast iron pot. It was imbedded in my head that it was not good for your health to cook in these. I have always wanted to try one, since I see so many recipes that call for one. I would love to learn how to use it and be able to make great meals for my boys. Specially to learn to make homemade bread. Learn how to make Pernil and chicken. Try many other wonderful recipes that I have seen.

    Thank you for the great tips and recipes.

  353. Debbie H says:

    I grew up with my grandmom & mom cooking in cast iron skillet & I ‘inherited’ several from grandmom, which I truly treasure. However I’ve never had opportunity to use a dutch oven but it sounds terrific. I would love to be able to use this with my soups, sauces and casseroles for our growing family. Thanks for sharing the chili recipe; I’ll have to give it a try.

  354. Melanie says:

    I will make this chili recipe!

  355. Amy says:

    Pot roast!

  356. Corinne Bowser says:

    I would make a big pot of my grandmother’s ham and white beans…and of course a batch of her skillet cornbread to go with it!

  357. fran says:

    thanks for the opportunity to win this beautiful cast iron dutch oven! i would cook a HUGE batch of homemade spaghetti sauce (for freezer portions), best when it simmers for hours.

  358. Kristin says:

    Would love a dutch oven to cook chili, soups and stews to start – the possibilities are endless!

  359. Jennifer Rew says:

    I would make a big batch of french onion soup OR a homemade loaf of crusty dutch oven bread.

  360. Evita says:

    Pot roast. I’ve never made pot roast on the stove (only slow cooker). Thanks!

  361. Jennifer L. says:

    I’d love to try a roast in a Dutch oven..I ask for one every Christmas but have yet to get one lol!

  362. Elaine says:

    I can think of a lot of yummy things to make in a dutch oven; but the first one that comes to mind is my father’s wonderful cassoulet. One of my favorite dishes that he makes.

  363. Sandy says:

    Would love to win this pot and if I do, I would of course make this recipe in it first

  364. Melody Moxley says:

    I would use the Lodge Dutch oven to try your recipes plus other new recipes I routinely try. Lodge is my favorite too, and this would be a great addition to my kitchen equipment! Thanks for your site and emails!

  365. kelia says:

    I would love a dutch oven! I see so many recipes that say cook in dutch oven so I haven’t tried them yet. Just the thought of being able to load it up any basically let it work sounds to good!

  366. Jen says:

    You had me at Bolognese! I am a huge fan and need to learn to make a GOOD Bolognese myself. Bolongnese and short rib!

  367. Kelly says:

    I would love this pot for cooking beans, among many other things!

  368. Jennifer says:

    Would love to have a dutch oven to make chili. My boyfriend loves chili and I’d love making him a great one.

  369. Jessica Frias says:

    That looks so good ! Definitely will try and would love to win

  370. terra says:

    I already have two smaller dutch ovens and I love love them! I would use a larger one to make stews in, I love making beef and chicken stews and putting biscuits on the top. the dutch oven is so great because you can use it on the stove and in the oven and it looks so nice on the table! I don’t have to transfer what I’m making so it is in a pretty dish!

  371. Felicity says:

    This looks like a great recipe to try! My husband has fond memories of cooking with a Dutch oven as a kid in the Boy Scouts. We currently do not own one and I would love to recreate some of his childhood recipes.

  372. Annette L says:

    I’d love a cast iron Dutch oven for baking bread! Nothing better than an overnight bread recipe baked fresh in a dutch oven in the morning! Of course, there’d be lots of soups, stews and roasted chicken or beef meals as well!

  373. Rachel says:

    Minestrone soup and no-knead bread

  374. Annette Anderson says:

    Oh my! What wouldn’t I make! Spaghetti sauce, chili, soups! I have just started using cast iron and I love it!

  375. Andi says:

    Mmmmm! Looks delicious!

  376. Lesley says:

    I need a Dutch oven soooo bad! I want to try this recipe and others but have such a difficult time without one.

  377. Amanda says:

    There is so much I could do if I had a Dutch oven, Hungarian saurkraut, arroz con gandules, stew, spiced beef, I could go on

  378. Tammy M says:

    I would cook a Bolognese sauce, or maybe braise some short ribs, in that beautiful Dutch oven! Two comforting meals that would be perfect to share with my brother on his next visit 🙂 We live in different states and we both love to cook. We are constantly sending each other pix of our latest kitchen successes (…and failures).

  379. Tiffany says:

    I would make soups and braised meats.

  380. lisa franklin says:

    apple pie and pizza!

  381. Yvonne says:

    This chili, short ribs and a nice heart bolognese sauce.

  382. Shea says:

    A Dutch Oven is the one kitchen item I am missing. I would love love love to make roasted lamb and other soups in it. I know it is the one pot wonder!

  383. Ginger says:

    I want to cook EVERYTHING in this dutch oven pot. 🙂

  384. Kathleen says:

    I don’t have a nice Dutch Oven, because I haven’t had the money to invest in a nice one. However, I love to cook homemade spaghetti sauce and veggie beef soup (love soup) in my large stock pot. It’d be awesome to win the Dutch Oven so I could use it instead!

  385. Sarah says:

    I would love to make this recipe in my dutch oven!

  386. Meghan Johnson says:

    Ooooh, I would love to make my chili and potato soup recipes in one of these!

  387. Kathleen says:

    Drool… I have been wanting one of these Dutch Ovens for a long time. I would love to cook homemade spaghetti sauce, veggie-beef soup (love soup), and beef tips and gravy in this beautiful Dutch Oven!!!

  388. Kristy K says:

    I would love to win this. Have had on my Christmas list for years. I would use it to make soup.

  389. Shelia Bowman says:

    I would love one to cook stew in and loaded baked potato soup (one of our favorites). Thanks for the giveaway.

  390. Melissa Jensen says:

    This looks yummy, but I think my favorite would have to be the one-pot chicken, broccoli teriyaki dish I like to make!

  391. Heather says:

    I’ve really want to try making my own stock. Chili is aways good and that meal looks delicious.

  392. Christina S says:

    I would make some awesome fried chicken!

  393. Sarah L says:

    I’d love to make a roast chicken in this pan!

  394. Rachael says:

    I would a Dutch oven! I never owned one but always wished I had one. I would live to make soups, sauces and a family favorite…chili . As a family of 6 a Dutch oven would come in super handy!

  395. Steffanie says:

    would love to make soups and maybe even try to make pizza using the dutch oven

  396. Katie C. says:

    I would cook a large pot of my favorite comfort food…chicken and dumplings!!!

  397. Melissa Whitbread says:

    Its my most used pan in the house – seriously! Love love love it. I like to cook all sorts of things – spaghetti Bolognese, soups, stews, roasts, lamb shanks, caramels, nougat. You name it, I cook it in there.

  398. Nicole says:

    Endless possibilities with a Dutch oven, I gave up our regular cast iron when we moved and now have a glass top stove. I’ve been looking at enamel cast iron. Would love to do bread baking and stews.

  399. Natalia says:

    Braised short ribs

  400. Carli says:

    I would try this recipe! Never having owned a Dutch oven, I think this would be a great start.

  401. Julie says:

    I would love to make Bean Soup in the dutch oven!

  402. Molly A. says:

    I think the bigger question is what couldn’t I cook in this dutch oven! Roast chicken, stews, soups, bone broth, mashed potatoes, tomato sauce, chili, delicious loaves of artisan bread, and more and more and more!

    Lodge really is one of the very best companies out there making cast iron cookware. Other companies with famous chef names attached to them charge a premium, but the quality just isn’t the same. Lodge is less expensive than the rest and the quality is far superior. All of my fry pans are Lodge (except my treasured Griswold and Wagner Ware skillets), cast right here in the US. I’ve not used their enameled cookware, but I am sure it is a fantastic choice.

  403. Sheri says:

    I actually don’t have a dutch oven yet. I would love this one! It looks awesome 🙂

  404. Ruby says:

    I love your blog, even though I am not a mom. I make your recipes for my friends who are moms and as my own packed lunches. Thank you.

  405. Kathy D says:

    I would love to win this Dutch oven! The first thing I’d cook in it would definitely be chili – I LOVE chili! And your recipe above sounds fabulous!

  406. Sara says:

    I would use it to make Mac & Cheese – I never buy the boxed stuff and my kids love eating it for lunch!! I make at least a lb a week! Love your recipes – can’t wait to try this one!

  407. Jen says:

    I would love the pot to cook pasta sauce, stew, chili, soup….my mouth waters just thinking of it.

  408. Darlene Walberg says:

    Third time at trying to post here, but post never shows! Would love a pot like this for chili and soup.

  409. Maureen says:

    I have wanted a real cast iron dutch oven for years! Unfortunately I try to buy big ticket items used instead of new and no one seems to want to part with theirs…go figure! The first thing I would make if I win, would be Julia Child’s Beef Bourguignon!!

  410. Amy says:

    Pot roast for sure!

  411. Jodi says:

    So many recipes say to use cookware that goes from stove to oven, but most doesn’t. This is a great pot to do that. I love rustic recipes with whole chickens or roasts with vegetables and herbs and stews that cook for a long time to marry all the flavors together.

  412. Jaxs mommy says:

    This recipe sounds so yummy! I would love to have a cast iron Dutch oven. I have come across so many recipes that I was unable to make because I didn’t have the proper cookware. I would use this often to cook those pinned meals for my family. 🙂

  413. Brenda Grunenwald says:

    I would love to win this dutch oven!! I love using cast iron to cook and have been wanting an enamaled cast iron dutch oven for a long time. It would be great for beef roast slow cooked, soups, chili’s, anything really! I like to cook in large amounts for my hungry teen agers so this would be helpful! I would also like to try the chili recipe above! It looks delicious!

  414. Laura Gargiulo says:

    I have a 12 inch enameled cast iron pan. I love how it holds temperatures so well, but I don’t love how heavy it is. But, a 6 quart pot would get lots of use here, we Cook often for more than our family of 6! Lots of beef stew, chili, and other soups. But, I’d love to be able to sear a pot roast and throw the pot into the oven to finish, so that would be the first thing I’d try!

  415. kiley says:

    Vegan Curry Chickpeas

  416. Steph says:

    I would love the chance to make a pot roast in one of these!

  417. Idelisse Rivera says:

    I would love a dutch oven because the possibilities are endless!!! From French onion soup (my favorite) to pasta sauce, jams, baked beans and so much more!!!

  418. Valerie says:

    I didn’t grow up in a house where my mom cooked, so I’m just now learning about investment pieces for my kitchen. I would LOVE to win my first Dutch oven!

  419. I would love to be able to cook in a 6 qt cast iron dutch oven, in any color, I firmly believe that cast iron cookware is far healthier for you, and creates nicer meals. I love cast iron

  420. Idelisse Rivera says:

    I would love a dutch oven because the possibilities are endless! From French onion soup to baked beans, marinara sauce, teriyaki chicken, jam, and so much more. My family would love it!!!!!

  421. Maria says:

    I would love to make a beef stew that my family loves!

  422. Sarah says:

    Homemade spaghetti sauce!!

  423. Marisa says:

    It’s that time of year – Shepherd Pie!

  424. Jen S says:

    What an exciting give-away! I would love to win this for my family ,and the first thing I’d cook is some veggie chili! Even if it’s 70 degrees in Ohio

  425. Jennifer says:

    Love this recipe. Bookmarking now to make it later!

  426. Barbara says:

    Laura, I love your recipes. I only use cast iron pans. I love them. I even use them for baking bread. Can’t beat cast iron pans. I’ve been using them ever since I started cooking at home. My mother used cast iron pans so I guess I picked up the habit from her. An aunt gave me a couple of small fry pans. They come in handy for small things like frying an egg or hamburger. Thanks again for a great site. I like to make soup and that pot would be perfect.

  427. Susan Zimmerman says:

    I’ve never had a dutch oven before so I would probably start with some dessert recipes. I saw a lovely Strawberry Upside Down Cake recipe I’d like to try.

  428. Kellie Folkerts says:

    I love cast iron!! Would be as happy as Julia Child in France if I were to win this 🙂

  429. Krista says:

    this chili would be one of the recipes I would love to try in that pretty pot 🙂

  430. Lori U says:

    Would love a dutch oven. Some of the first things I would like to make are breads – a rustic loaf, cornbread and even try a pot of chhicken and dumplings.

  431. Kassie Voigt says:

    Almost No knead bread!

  432. Kristi says:

    I love cooking chicken chili, stew, and soups!

  433. Elaine says:

    I’m learning to bake with ancient Einkorn wheat and the Dutch Oven is the perfect tool for making a perfect rustic boule!

  434. Karoline says:

    I am a recipe junkie; I try new recipes all the time. Many times the recipes call for browning/ sautéing & then finishing off in the same pan in the oven. I don’t have a Dutch oven so I can’t do that!!! But I would love to.

  435. Susan says:

    I have used cast iron a lot over the years and love it. I was introduced to dutch ovens when I worked as a river guide but would love this beautiful blue one for my kitchen!

  436. Kristen says:

    Beef bourguignon!!! Cast iron is the best.

  437. Aubrey says:

    I’d like to bake cornbread in it!

  438. Shelli says:

    I love cooking with cast iron. For my anniversary, I asked my husband for lodge cast iron cookware. The one thing I lack is a Dutch oven. If I had one, I would love to try making the beef stew that was made in the movie”Julia and Julie”, amongst other things!

  439. Geeta says:

    Yum! Would love to try this in a new dutchie! 🙂

  440. Brandi says:

    I don’t have a Dutch oven so I would love to win this one!

  441. Julie W. says:

    I would love to cook ham and bean soup in this!

  442. Kay Lechner says:

    At age 28, I’ve never owned any cast iron, but I have been looking at the options and I’ve quickly learned that there is much to love about Lodge cast iron! With a 120 year history of excellence in making quality cast iron cookware in the US, it is just frosting on the cake that they are ALSO extremely eco-responsible. I love that they recently took on an Energy Star challenge and exceeded their goals. I look forward to owning a Lodge cast iron Dutch oven someday and cooking all sorts of things in it on a regular basis!

    I tried this recipe and loved it — and can only imagine how much more wonderful it would be in Lodge’s cast iron Dutch oven. I also can’t wait to try Martha Stewart’s Wine-Braised Brisket recipe featured in this month’s Martha Stewart Living magazine: http://www.marthastewart.com/1146995/wine-braised-brisket. The white wine sounds like a great change in the recipe. There are so many possibilities that I look forward to exploring someday soon.

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      Wow, the recipe was a winner already!? Awesome!!

  443. Sandra Guzman says:

    I have been trying to convince my husband that we need one of these, I would love it to make chilli and to bake sourdough bread in

  444. Nicole says:

    I would love to try making some soup in a Dutch oven.

  445. Karen says:

    I would make peach cobbler. We have Boy Scouts so a dutch oven would be a huge plus for their scouting actives.

  446. John says:

    As father of 6 there are countless options for what would be cooked in such a well crafted pot, but the first meal would likely be Calico Chili; with it mix of 10 beans and all the ingredients that make a good hearty chili it would be an instant success on my table! Especially, when coupled with my wife’s Gluten-Free Cornbread, freshly chopped Onions, a generous heap of Shredded Cheddar Cheese and a sizable dollop of Sour Cream!

  447. Larissa says:

    I love cast iron for cooking! I would want to make my favorite chili vegetable soup. It’s a veggie soup with chili seasoning, loaded with cheese and sour cream, if that is your thing.

  448. Faith M says:

    I would love to cook my stews and soups in a dutch oven!

  449. jessica says:

    I would love to cook Pot Roasts, soups, stews, and braised meats in the 6 qt dutch oven!

  450. Anna says:

    I have a smaller Dutch oven that I use all the time – it would be awesome to have a bigger one too, as our family grows. I’d use it for curry chicken, homemade mac and cheese, soups and broth, one pot pasta recipes – everything! Thanks for the giveaway!

  451. Mary Anne Jackson says:

    I always have homemade soup in the house. It’s my favorite way to put things together that are chock full of nutrients that stay in the product after it’s cooked. So, I am sure to get tons of veggies along with little to no meat, depending on what I’m hankering for at the moment. My Dutch oven is not a good one, and has worn out, but I use it anyway because it’s the right size. A porcelain cast iron Dutch oven would be so great for even cooking and easy clean up. Thank you Laura for the chance to win one! I made your chili recipe above 2 days ago and finally believe I’ve found the right chili recipe – now if I can win this beautiful pot I’ll be as happy as a toad in a flower bed!

  452. April G says:

    Soups! All kinds!

  453. Sara says:

    Mmmmmm Texas chili!!!

  454. jennifer says:

    Chicken and veggies!

  455. Patti Pereda says:

    I would love to try baking bread in this. I can almost smell it. Yum!!!

  456. Pam says:

    I would make homemade spaghetti sauce with tomatoes fresh from the garden. My daughter would make her favorite beef stew!

  457. Monica Navarrete says:

    I loved it when my mom cooked in her Dutch oven. I’d love to be able to make her beef pot roast w/veggies or cabbage rolls. They were some of my favorites growing up!

  458. Melissa says:

    I love to cook soups in a dutch oven, but I also sometimes use it for frying because the tall sides keep most of the splatters off my stove and counters.

  459. Lori H says:

    What a great recipe. I love chili. I have been wanting to make Martha Stewart’s Beef Bourguignon recipe. I watched her make it on PBS and it looked delicious.

  460. Jessica Lea says:

    i have a Dutch Oven and I agree – LOOOVE! So versatile! Yet, mine is MUCH smaller and as we are soon to become a family of FIVE the idea of a 6qt version sounds like a much needed addition to our kitchen 🙂

  461. Maria says:

    I would try this recipe and any other one that asks to start on the stove and put in the oven. I never can try them because my cookware can’t go in the oven.

  462. Carol G says:

    I have always wanted one of these. I would like to make a spring lamb and vegetable stew with it….I am so ready for spring how about you?

  463. Jacquelyn says:

    Recipe looks AMAZING! I would love to cook potato soup in this dutch oven! 🙂

  464. Carrie says:

    I love to make sour dough bread and stew!! I only have an old black dutch oven but I would love a new lodge cast iron Dutch oven to cook them in!!

  465. Bre says:

    I have always wanted a dutch oven! I could make so many different things. I love my crockpot, but a roast in a dutch oven sounds so yummy!…

  466. Shel says:

    I love using a dutch oven for braising corned beef.

  467. Kasey says:

    I cook so many great recipes in mine, a few I got from you! 🙂 My mom gave it to me a couple years ago. Would love to try a bread recipe!

  468. Rachel A. says:

    Oh, man! I would love to cook this very recipe for my family! As well as butternut squash soup. And enchilada casserole. And minestrone–I’ve been meaning to try my own minestrone recipe….

  469. Ramona says:

    Bread

  470. Kristin C. says:

    This recipe looks delish!! I think this might be the first thing I would cook in the pot!! Thanks for the chance to win!

  471. Jessica says:

    I’ve never used a Dutch oven but I’d love to expand my recipes with a great new kitchen addition.

  472. Alexis says:

    I would cook bread first!!! I’ve been wanting one for a long time. I would get so much use out of this. I cook stews, soups etc at least once a week year round.

  473. Leslie says:

    Seafood Gumbo!

  474. Charlene A. says:

    What a great giveaway! If I won this cast iron Dutch oven, I would probably make Moroccan Beef stew first.

  475. Shweta desai says:

    I would love to make make my chipotle Mexican bean soup in my new Dutch oven. It would really enhance all the Mexican flavor and spices with all the beans and colorful vegetables. Thanks

  476. Teresa M. says:

    I would use this to cook traditional Icelandic smoked lamb, a family tradition for Christmas. Of course, routine dishes would be enjoyed as well.

  477. Vanessa Zahel says:

    I would try to make a new GF chili recipe I found the other day! I have missed chili! And, this recipe looks great! I may have to tweak it for my GF sensitive belly and try it!

  478. Chere says:

    I am totally craving ham and split pea soup. But all homemade soups would go into this Dutch oven. It’s still pretty chilly here, so soup, stew, and chowders are the ultimate comfort food.

  479. Crystal says:

    What wouldn’t I cook in this beautiful Dutch oven? I’d for sure make “Bring out Your Dead” soup. (Play on the Monty Python Holy Grail movie.) Bring out Your Dead soup is made from all the odds and ends in the fridge (left overs and/or misc. veggies). It never tastes the same twice!

  480. Sonya H says:

    I would love to have a cast iron pot so I could brown my ingredients for recipes and be able to finish them off in the oven! I don’t like having to dirty extra dishes and this would solve that issue. Plus they look really cool to serve out of. I’ve had one on my wishlist for YEARS 🙂

  481. Catherine says:

    I love soup so I’d probably be making every kind I can think of!

  482. Christine says:

    Oh, my goodness. What wouldn’t I cook in it?! I am a pot-cooker at heart and most of my family’s favorite meals are single pot dishes. I would pour my love into that beauty, making bone broths, curries, chilis, soups- like Kai sai ming, golden chana soup, umami, chicken and wild rice soup and my grandma’s chicken and dumplings, ooh, and roasted or braised meats, like my cilantro lime chicken thighs and my grandfather’s marinated pork dish affectionately dubbed “Pop’s brew”. Wowza. Can’t forget baby! He has a thing for homemade baby foods. I’ve been wishing for a beautiful enamel Dutch oven lately. Something my kids will be able to reminisce about one day, remembering all of the good things that came out of “that old pot” of mom’s…!

    1. Christine says:

      Almost forgot about my venison butternut squash stew. There are no words to describe how satisfying and soul warming that dish is!

  483. malia says:

    I would like to cook in my own 6-qt Dutch oven.

  484. Lori says:

    I’d love to try my Thai Chicken Curry Soup in this….yummmmyyyyy!

  485. Melissa says:

    I am always cooking for my son with severe food allergies. I just saw an amazing recipe for Dutch oven monkey bread that I want to make for his birthday party! Please consider us thank you! xo

  486. Porsche says:

    We love to make soups and chili. Can’t wait to try this recipe. Would love to win a Dutch oven.

  487. Janalee Nielson says:

    I love soups and chili. Id like to cook them in this Dutch oven!

  488. Jennifer says:

    I’d love to cook my mom’s jambalaya or chicken/sausage gumbo. Yum! South Louisiana at its best.

  489. Tim says:

    First a loaf of no knead bread I have been experimenting with and while it is cooling a Chicken Cacciatore recipe I have also been experimenting with to go with it.

  490. Jody says:

    I would make a roast. Low and slow is the way to go!

  491. Kelly G says:

    I would love to try this recipe in a cast iron pot as I’ve never had one. Of course I’d be making my own delicious turkey chili and vegetable soup.

  492. Sandra says:

    I love to make soup and slow cook a pork shoulder roast for pulled pork sandwiches when the family gets together. That Dutch oven would look wonderful in my kitchen!

  493. Patti says:

    I would love to win this beautiful dutch oven… The recipes I could make with it..yummm
    For starters my mom’s homemade stew with dumpling. my cousins cornbread recipe and a huge pot of chili
    Also its my favourite colour blue **

  494. Beckee says:

    Pot roast would be wonderful !

  495. Kyna says:

    I would love to bake bread in it. 🙂

  496. Rachel says:

    I love to make Artisan bread and tomato sauce in my pot I just got this year. It was a push present to myself!

  497. Pat Thompson says:

    This looks delicious! It’s on my recipe list for the week. 🙂

  498. Cindy says:

    I would definitely cook my favourite recipe from my Oma called Rouladen. My Oma recently passed away and this was the first and best meal that she taught me to cook, I have such great memories of cooking with my Oma! The recipe is very simple and incredibly delicious! I go to the butcher and get eye of round sliced into long strips and enough smoked bacon for each piece of meat. You will need onion, tomato, Dijon mustard and salt and pepper.
    Pat dry meat slices with paper towel, brush mustard over one side of beef slice, add one slice of bacon, add quarter piece of tomato and onion (approximately same size), roll the rouladen from the narrow end folding sides over top and use toothpicks to hold in shape. Once all rouladen is prepared heat grape seed oil or vegetable oil in deep oven pan. Brown meat on all sides. After last turn of meat add one chopped onion to pan and fry for 2-3 minutes. Turn off element and add boiling water to pan to 3/4 height of the rouladen. I’m not sure the significance of the boiling water vs cold water but my Oma always said it was better and it’s never done me wrong doing it this way, I just boil the water in the kettle. Cook rouladen at 400 in the oven for approximately 1 1/2 hours- trust me when I say the aroma will let you know when they are ready also when they start to fall apart when you poke them with a fork! Serve with potatoes and favourite veggie, also just using cornstarch and water to thicken the gravy, a little salt and pepper to taste…perfection! I hope my instructions made sense! Thanks for listening and letting me share my memory of my Oma!❤️

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      It sounds delicious!!! I too have great fond memories and recipes from my grandmother. Good luck!

  499. alexandra says:

    No doubt, first a “sauté de lentilles”, then “boeuf bourguignon”…..hours of cooking, fantastic smell in the house.

  500. Heather says:

    I just had the best short ribs at a restaurant…I’d love to try a version at home, and a dutch oven would be perfect!

  501. Kristie says:

    So many recipes!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Beautiful dutch oven.

  502. TaniaM says:

    Chicken with thyme. I will try this one, seems delicious!

  503. Nicole Z says:

    I’d love to win this dutch oven . If I win I’d have to make your chili in honor of winning!!

  504. Isabelle says:

    Looks delicious – I am always looking for bean-less chili recipes (my daughter really hates them, I love the dutch oven too!

  505. Amy J says:

    I’d love to make braised short ribs or chicken and dumplings in it. So many other exciting possibilities. Thanks for the great paleo chili recipe, for now I’ll just have to try it out in my regular ole soup pot.

  506. Rachel says:

    I love making chili. This dutch oven would be perfect for your wonderful recipe.

  507. katharine says:

    i’d totally cook your chili. it looks amazing.

  508. Barbara says:

    If I received a new Dutch Oven I would cook a large batch of Taco Soup. After that I would try baking bread in it. 🙂
    Thanks for all the great recipes!

  509. Cara says:

    This recipe looks yummy, I would cook this one! And My quinoa and black bean chili, and roasts and soups, oh the list is endless!!!

  510. Bethany says:

    I’d love to cook my favorite dish – Lemon Braised Chicken, http://snackrules.com/healthy-lemon-braised-chicken/ – in this dutch oven! I’ve always wanted one but have never gotten around to buying one! Looooove your website and recipes!

  511. Laura says:

    I love your recipes and I love my cast iron dutch oven they are the best ever!!

  512. Nicole thomas says:

    I would definitely try this recipe. I love to make casseroles in the Dutch oven. One of the winning recipes in my house is the bacon guacamole chicken bombs. That would be an interesting meal to make in the Dutch oven

  513. Michelle says:

    I’ve never had one, but sure would love to! Have a great day!

  514. Ruth says:

    Oh wow I would be happy to win a Dutch Oven. I had one given to me as a wedding gift. I remember making some amazing chicken lentil soup (powehouse lentil soup) in that small dutch oven. My husband used it once and burnt my beautiful dutch oven to a crisp. I would be so glad have a chance to make that lentil soup in a new dutch oven like this one!

  515. Sonia S says:

    I love the dutch oven. I like to cook chili, stews and various recipes of braised beef and game.

  516. Marion says:

    I would love to make soups and chili. Thank you for the great giveaway!

  517. Lilly says:

    I would love to win this pot. I would make Spanish stews yum! Guinness beef stew.Home made bread this would be great for a family of 10. Love all your recipes!!!

  518. Alanna Chojnacki says:

    I would cook a big pot of New England Clam chowder!

  519. Steph says:

    We cook alot of stews so that’s what I would do – mainly meat and beans :). I know my cousin uses hers to make an awesome rice.

  520. Julie says:

    Just reading these comments has me craving, even more, my beef barley soup. I use beef shanks and mixed veggies, but no green beans for me! Tomato paste gives amazing flavor.

  521. Rebecca says:

    I have a Lodge Dutch oven that I use for baking bread. It bakes nicely and is easy to do.

  522. Tara Burchett says:

    A roast or maybe even a large batch of vegetable soup or even beef stew

  523. Nellie says:

    I have always wanted one. I’d love to make something roasted like chicken or a pot roast.

  524. Tracy says:

    I would love to bake bread in a Dutch oven! I have heard of some hearty, crusty, delicious breads that can be made in them and I would love to do that. I would also love to experiment with main dishes like some of the many ideas here.

  525. Ivy says:

    I’d love to have a Dutch oven! I’d try all the recipes I haven’t yet bc I don’t have one.

  526. Nicole says:

    I would make lots of soup and chili 🙂

  527. Erin says:

    Would love to make a nice slow cooked braised pork belly…drool. I heard everything taste better when cooked with in a Dutch Oven. I can’t wait to find out if it is true!

  528. Jody M says:

    I would love to make soups, stews and chilies in this Dutch oven!

  529. Michael S. says:

    I have a wonderful chicken with raspberry jam, lipton onion soup powder, and russian/catalina dressing that has to be cooked in cast iron, or it just doesn’t taste right.

  530. Kim says:

    I’d love to try anything in this Dutch oven!

  531. Elizabeth Kindler says:

    Since we are a family of six this would be great to win! I’m in love with chicken tortilla soup and will definitely be trying this soup in the near future!

  532. KElly says:

    This chili recipe. Yummy!!

  533. Stacy Fellows says:

    As a mom of 6 kids my family could use this Dutch oven to prepare soups and chill’s. It is the one item that is always on the list to buy or to ask for as a gift. It would be great to win it instead!

  534. Tiffany says:

    I’m just learning to use cast iron, so I’d have to look up recipes. 🙂

  535. Fredda O. says:

    I would cook a nice venison stew in that lovely pot. Thank you for the giveaway opportunity!

  536. Rachel says:

    I love anything ‘saucy’ so I think the best recipes for a dutch oven would be stews, casseroles and chilli’s. I like the look of your white chicken chilli recipe so I’ll add that to my meal plan. Thanks!

  537. Amy says:

    I love a spicy chili!

  538. Charlene says:

    I would cook anything and everything in that pot!!!

  539. Chandra says:

    Yum! I would love to win this pot! The possibilities are endless, soups, stews, ribs, sauce but first this chili!

  540. Corryn says:

    My husband and I recently bought an eighth of a grass-fed cow. I would like to learn to cook meat (especially roasts) properly and a good dutch oven seems like a perfect tool for this!

  541. Amy says:

    I’m sure this Dutch oven would quickly become a workhorse in my kitchen. But the first thing I would make is my kids’ favorite meal…chicken stew with chickpea dumpling.

  542. Amy F. says:

    I would love anything my husband would cook for me if we won!

  543. Kate Lee says:

    My son is taking Cuisine Arts in high school and considering a future in the food industry … we’d love to make our first beef bourguignon in the Dutch oven! I’m drooling already!

  544. Benilda Glen says:

    I want to cook soups, chili, arroz con pollo, and this Paleo Chicken Veggie Chili!!

  545. janis says:

    Hi !!! I would like to try anything!!! This recipe looks delish!! I have never actually seen a dutch oven before or ever used one!!! lol 😉 But I have three little ones who love to help me in the kitchen!!! Thanks!!

  546. Donna says:

    I totally LOVE cast iron, but don’t have a Dutch oven. That blue one is gorgeous! I really want to try artisan bread in the covered pot.

  547. Michelle says:

    This recipe looks amazing!! I would love to win this dutch oven and be able to make this the first recipe I make in it!!

  548. Alexandra Zavala says:

    Oh, what I wouldn’t make might be easier to list! I would love this to make my Nana’s posole, my Mami’s barbacoa, and my Mother-in-law’s cornbread stuffing!

  549. monica artre says:

    Short ribs and polenta! Yum! Thanks for the chance to win!

  550. ilya says:

    Would you believe I dont have one!

  551. Katie C says:

    I’d love to win a Dutch oven! I had one until it the enamel started chipping off the bottom (it was a low-end quality one)… I used it for most meals! Spaghetti sauce, soups, chili, roasts, one-pot meals, etc. I’ve missed mine and would love to have another one! 🙂

  552. Mihaela says:

    I like to make veggies and soups.

    Mihaela

  553. Karen M says:

    That chicken chili sounds delicious, so I’d certainly make that in the cast iron cookware. I’m also a fan of chicken and dumplings and lentil soup in my current non-enameled cast iron pot. Go random number generator, get me that pretty enamel!

  554. Shannon Blackwell says:

    I would love to try braised short ribs in the Dutch oven.

  555. Christie says:

    I’d make veggie stews and curries! 🙂 Yum!

  556. Bonnie N says:

    I would love to make a Sunday Pot Roast!!

  557. Krystle denhollander says:

    I would lovery to cook bread in it. Or try a blueberry bread pudding. What an amazing giveaway!

  558. Tyann says:

    I would want to try the the simply dump cakes that the kids could make.

  559. Holly B says:

    I would like to make chili in a dutch oven! I’ve yet to own any cast iron cookware! Would love to!

  560. Catherine A Anderson says:

    I would love to try this recipe in the pot! Thanks for sharing!

  561. Mehreen Arbab says:

    Love all your recipes and trying them all the time 🙂
    Never won anything but would love to 🙂

    Thank you for all that you do and for the yummy healthy recipes

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      thank you for visiting my website! Good luck!

  562. Jaime says:

    I would love- love- love to win a Dutch Oven! I have been looking at them in the store for years, but the cost is outside of my budget.

  563. Vivienne says:

    I’ve been wanting to try to make some bread pudding in a dutch oven! mmmmmmmmmmm…. 🙂

  564. Amber Mendoza says:

    That recipe looks delish! I’d love to make a vegi soup.

  565. Katie Miglore says:

    I would love to win this! I am definitely going to try this recipe; I think my family would love it! I also love making butternut squash soup and chicken with wild rice soup!

  566. Shawnie Hughes says:

    I might be brave enough to finally try to braise short ribs. Have always wanted to try them, but don’t have the right kitchen gear to cook them! Can’t wait to try your soup. Thanks for the great recipes and ideas!!

  567. Kari says:

    Without a doubt, I would invite my parents over for supper and immediately make a loaf of crusty bread for them to go with some sort of soup. They love my fresh bread, but I’ve never been able to make some crusty bread like I could in a dutch oven!

  568. I love going Paleo with my family! I frequently hit the barrier of not having enough healthy snacks and meals. This one is going on my list of recipes to try!!!

    If I won the dutch oven, I’d make a nice stew with whatever I have. 😉

  569. Lizxy says:

    I would love to cook chili, chicken and dumplings or chicken tortilla soup. I have always wanted one to cook in.

  570. Elizabeth C. says:

    Being from Canada, we have several months of cold winter and brisk autumn. I can forsee using the Dutch oven to make comfort, hearty foods such as soups and stews. What a warm welcome that would be!

  571. Annie says:

    I love and dream of Dutch ovens… What a great way to cook Beef and Broccoli or Pepper Steak! Or a fantastic upside-down maple syrup cake…

  572. Lindsay says:

    Beans! We always have a pot of traditionally cooked beans on our stove. Imagine how great they would look in that pot

  573. TerriLyn says:

    I saw that Lodge Dutch and I want to make Chicken and Dumplings! Also break out my grandma’s cookbook and remind myself of all the right ways to cook using cast iron! I love the taste of the food, the way cast iron cooks is a dream come true, and now they look so pretty! Let’s see, chicken gumbo, ANYTHING with beef and tomatoes-cast iron always makes those taste great-, chili, stew, fish-you name it, cast iron always makes it better!

    1. Stephanie says:

      TerriLyn, CONGRATS!! You are our winner of the Dutch Oven. Check your inbox soon for an email from stephanie@momables.com.

  574. Kathy Miller says:

    I would cook either unstuffed cabbage rolls or American goulash

  575. A_Shoemaker says:

    I have been eyeing a cast iron pot for some time. We do a lot of camping and that is apparently the ideal way to cook when using an open fire or hot coals outdoors. However this pot is way too pretty! I would use this pretty pot to make soups, stews, roast chicken or beef and recipes that I need to finish off in the oven. Like a tamale pie with a cornbread top. yum!

  576. cassie says:

    I’d make my family’s favorite chili, which is my best friends moms recipe 🙂

  577. Bobbijo says:

    I would make some white chicken chili!

  578. Gabrielle Yoder says:

    I would love one of these. I used to have a big cast iron dutch oven with a lid and everything but ironically enough (thinking of your email) I lost that one to Hurricane Charlie back when we lived in Florida and never replaced it!

    This would be even better because it’s enameled. Gosh, it’d be great to be able to sear meat on the stove and then stick it right in the oven and know it’d cook properly. I’d probably use it at least three times a week or more. And the recipe looks yummy!

  579. Michelle says:

    The chili recipe sounds and looks wonderful! Thanks for sharing it. Buying a dutch oven has been on my to do list for a while. I’d love to make homemade minestrone soup, vegetarian chili, or spaghetti sauce in it. It’d be especially nice when we go to potluck dinners with groups of friends. (It’d make for a much nicer presentation than my current much-battered, old soup pot. )

  580. Zilia says:

    With three children that need help with homework and company outside while they play, I would LOVE to have my own Dutch oven!
    I would cook chicken and chillies and explore more recipes 🙂
    I hope I win!

  581. Lori says:

    I have vivid memories of my grandmother’s dutch oven always on her stove. In memory of her, I would make sauce and meatballs!

  582. Carla foor says:

    I would make a chicken corn rivel soup in this lovely Dutch oven!

  583. Amy says:

    I would LOVE to use this Dutch oven to make Tortilla soup!

  584. Megan C says:

    I’d try chicken with 40 cloves of garlic. I don’t have a pot big enough for that, and I think this one might fit it!

  585. Kristine says:

    I would love to make homemade spaghetti sauce in a new Dutch oven 🙂

  586. Meredith says:

    I love these dutch ovens. We cook soups soups and more soups in them – my husband loves soup night! Thank you!

  587. Susan V says:

    This looks like an awesome piece of cookware! I’d use it for soups and pot roast!! 🙂

  588. Mary Lou says:

    I would make soup–chicken noodle, chicken enchilada, lasagna, chicken or beef vegetable, Maryland crab. My family loves all kinds of soup!

  589. Kimmie says:

    Love to make gumbo in this pot. I have always wanted one of these pots

  590. I would LOVE to have a Dutch Oven!! I would love to make my family a Stew or Chili in my new dutch over 🙂 I would also love to try BREAD! How amazing would that be!! Thank you for the chance to win!

  591. Wendy says:

    Looks delicious!!! I would love to make autumn pumpkin and sweet potato soup and yummy chili. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  592. Kerri Chamberlin says:

    Beef stew!

  593. Jane says:

    Not only would I love to try the Chili receipt but I want to make a Posole!

  594. Lauren says:

    Growing up, my mom had a blue dutch oven. It reminds me of cooking chili with my mom. Recipe looks great.

  595. Lori Bauer says:

    I would love to make a lasagna in this dutch oven like what my daughter makes for girl scouts.

  596. Lois Jones says:

    What a pleasure it would be to have some new cookware. Mine is a little sad.Would love to try new recipe in my very own new dutch oven,

  597. Ana says:

    I love soups so I would make all my soups there! Also, I have read about using them for baking artisan bread and I would love to try that.

  598. RsMom says:

    Tandoori chicken 🙂

  599. Jasiehj says:

    So many things! But chili sounds particularly good right now. Thanks!

  600. Shivani Sharma says:

    Would love the Dutch oven to cook, soups, pasta and many more recipes! 🙂

  601. shivani sharma says:

    Soups!

  602. Joanna says:

    I’m a huge fan of Lodge. I’ve even visited their store in Tennessee, but I’ve never really been able to afford anything of their larger items. That seems a little ironic since we have a large family. The whole family would be ‘over the moon’ eating meals made in a Lodge Dutch Oven!

  603. Carmallita says:

    I would love to cook chicken tortilla soup or roast in a new dutch oven

  604. Kim says:

    I think I’d start with soup! 🙂

  605. Rachael pilcher says:

    I would make soups and pot roast..

  606. Jennifer Essad says:

    I’d love to try your recipe and make our family favorites like Chicken Cacciatore and Beef Stew, Chili and even baking bread

  607. Gigi League says:

    Burgundy Braised Short Ribs with vegetables and Olive Sourdough Bread finished off with Lemon Zest Cheesecake ALL made in my Father’s Dutch oven over 82yrs old. This was passed down to me after his passing. I call it my Heavenly Dutch Angel. So good it will bring anyone back to the kitchen & finishing with little clean up. Truly a blessing in every moment.

  608. Joy says:

    Soups, stews, and pot roasts! There’s so much you can do with a Dutch oven! And this recipe looks like it would be fairly simple, as well as delicious!

  609. Liza says:

    I’ve never had a dutch oven, would love to have one to make my chicken chili, and Bolognese sauce!!

  610. Heather says:

    I would make soups and our fall/ winter favorite, boston baked beans!!!! YUM!!!!

  611. Jaime says:

    This recipe looks amazing and easy–what could be better? I would love a Dutch oven. Pick me, pick me!!!

  612. Sandra led says:

    That soup looks amazing, I think I would like to make fresh mushroom soup!

  613. Melody Cole says:

    I would love to have a Dutch oven for when our family goes camping. They seem so versital that you can make so many awesome things in them from soup to a German pancake. I would love to win.

  614. Heidi Ross says:

    Chicken pineapple curry!!!

  615. Colleen says:

    I would love this dutch oven to make homemade bread. I had a clay pot I used, but my husband broke it. This pot would be indestructible 🙂

  616. Jane Andrews says:

    This recipe looks wonderful!

    If I won a Dutch Oven, I would cook everything in it! I’ve always wanted one but could never afford it. My family has a recipe for pot roast that has been passed down that is so good! I would love to be able to make it at my home.

  617. Chris Edison says:

    It’s great soup and chili weather!

  618. Tina Jangla says:

    There are so many things I would love to cook in such a large Dutch oven, but I would probably start with Jamie Oliver’s milk chicken. It’s a perfect dish for the whole family!

  619. Kelly says:

    I love to make my mom’s chicken cacciatore in my dutch oven! Brings me right back to the formica kitchen table of the 1960’s.

  620. Britzie says:

    Soups and stews!

  621. Daphne says:

    I don’t own a dutch oven. I don’t know how to braise meat, so I think I’d use the dutch oven to braise. It’s for braising, right? I’m obviously kind of clueless in this type of cooking.

  622. Laurie says:

    I would make Indian spiced lentils!

  623. Zeynep says:

    I can cook everything in it. Soup, beans, ….

  624. Jen says:

    I have always wanted to buy a Dutch oven because I have so many recipes that call for one. I have looked at them, but I am never sure which one to buy and what size. My family eats lots of soups during the cold winters and I would love to try cooking them in a Dutch oven.

  625. Emily says:

    I would cook soup in the Dutch oven because I love soup!!

  626. Jenny L says:

    Definitely yummy beef/lamb & vegie stews and I would try making Beef Burgundy for something different.

  627. I would love to cook traditional authentic indian lamb biryani for my family of 6. Yummy! The kids would love it :)))

  628. lisa s says:

    I’d love to try to make Ina Garten’s Beef Bourguignon recipe in a dutch oven. Sounds like heaven!

  629. lisa s says:

    I’d love to try Ina Garten’s beef bourguignon recipe if I had a dutch oven. It sounds like a little bit of heaven!

  630. Connie says:

    I would love to win the dutch oven!

    Excellent Recipe.

  631. andrea says:

    I’d use the dutch oven to make no knead bread!

  632. Ayshea says:

    Lets see…. a beef roast. Love me a good roast beef with carrots and potatoes…Mmmmmm. ;0)

  633. Samantha says:

    What WOULDN’T I make in this Dutch Oven?? I LOVE cast iron- it’s the best and so versatile! And I don’t have a Dutch Oven, so the joys of using one are foreign to me… I believe I would use it for just about anything I could!!! Soups, casseroles, desserts, stews- mmmmmmm……..

  634. Sarah says:

    I have been wanting one of these pots for a very long time!!!!! I make soups and chili all the time. I have yet to perfect my chili recipe, but o would have lots of fun working on it with this pot.

  635. lavisha wilson says:

    love this!! with it being 6 people in my family i would put a boston butt in slow cook and split up the meat to make up two different dinners maybe pull pork sandwiches and tacos another night!

  636. Anne F says:

    My family loves my beer chili recipe. It’s so yummy and perfect with cornbread! Would be awesome to win this and make it with this Dutch oven! My current pot is barely able to hold all of my ingredients without spilling over! Thank you for the chance!!

  637. Kandi says:

    Chili. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  638. Jean says:

    Laura, thank you for the great recipes you send out! This give-away of the Lodge Porcelain Enameled Cast Iron Dutch oven is thoughtful and generous. I am attempting to cook healthier items and would love the opportunity to cook two of our favorite recipes: Sausage and Peppers, (using spicy chicken sausage) and homemade spaghetti and meatballs. Thank you again for all,the recipes.

  639. Nicole Skinner says:

    I would love to win this, and would probably start by making a roast for tacos.

  640. Kristine says:

    I would cook stew and a bunch of soups!

  641. Bel says:

    I’ve been wanting a Dutch oven for years and just haven’t been able to fit it in my budget yet! I’m transitioning to using healthier cookware and this would be a great addition. I’d not only use it for the standard fare – soups, stews, maybe even chicken biryani would work. BUT I’d also use it for popcorn! I’ve heard it can work great on the stovetop for popcorn and would be a healthier alternative to cook it in 🙂

  642. Audrey says:

    I would love a dutch oven. My grandmother used to used one and everything tasted amazing. I would not only make her recipes in there, I would make delicious soups, sauces, pretty much anything healthy that I can. I love the even heating of them.

  643. Melia Yount says:

    I would love to cook a roast in a dutch oven. As a mom to 6 month old b/g twins and a 7 year old, and a big kid husband, I am always cooking ahead. Thanks for the chance!

  644. nicole says:

    I’d love to be selected!!

  645. Jessica van Beets says:

    I would love to make bread in a Dutch oven.

  646. Corrie Mims says:

    What a wonderful pot to cook my salmon stew in! I use cabbage to give my salmon stew body where I used to serve it over rice. Now, I have a grain free paleo version that tastes so much like my mom’s original. Delicious!

    1. Stephanie says:

      This sounds delicious!

  647. Dawn says:

    I would love to cook an Irish stew or pot roast in a dutch oven.

  648. Vegetable soup would be the first meal I’d cook in my new Lodge Dutch Oven!

  649. Chris Martin says:

    I would like to make Shrimp Curry or White Bean Chicken Chili YUM!

  650. Charlene says:

    This looks like a great new chicken to add to my collection!! I’m always looking for healthy recipes with lots of flavor. I love to cook soups and stews in my Dutch oven and this one would be beautiful to serve your meal in!! Thanks for the opportunity to win one!!

  651. Nicole says:

    I’m making this in the crockpot as I write this

    1. Stephanie Schneller says:

      Yes, it is definitely a crockpot recipe! Hope it came out great

  652. bobbi says:

    I would love to try this recipe or my family’s favorite tortilla soup. Thanks for all your great ideas!

  653. Allison says:

    I would make peach cobbler in my Dutch oven. My dad is an amazing cook with a Dutch oven, and his peach cobbler was always a special treat for us while growing up! Many good memories!

  654. Scott says:

    Chili most likely.

  655. Jennifer A. says:

    Would love to try cooking in this Dutch oven, making more hearty soups. I love the blue color.

  656. Loasa says:

    I remember the wonderful meals my dad made in his dutch oven and I would love to share the love, tradition and endless meal possibilities with my family. You always have such great recipes on this site and I love all your great ideas!

  657. Stephanie says:

    I would cook a pot roast for my family. I have always wanted a dutch oven to cook in. My grandmother cooked with a dutch oven and those were some of the best meals ever!

  658. Virginia N says:

    chili or chicken and dupplings would be my first things i would make

  659. Marga S says:

    My family loves chili so I’d definitely start with that!

  660. Heather says:

    I love Dutch ovens! I would make my grandma’s spaghetti and bread. I miss her food.

  661. Cynthia Sowards says:

    What wouldn’t I cook in an enameled cast iron Dutch oven? That is my dream cooking pan.

  662. Carlyn says:

    I’d make a hearty beef stew

  663. jenny T says:

    I would love to try a recipe for short ribs. I’ve seen this on the cooking shows and it looks so good, but I’ve never had a pot that would go from stove to oven so it would be great to win the dutch oven!

  664. Heather Sears says:

    I love to cook ham & beans in ours, I would love a different one because I don’t like the color of mine

  665. Adrienne says:

    I’d make soups and roasts.

  666. Brandi Elam says:

    I’d make chicken and dumplings. Thanks for the giveaway!

  667. Sophia says:

    I am one of 11 children living in my home (there are another 4 out of the house), and because my father passed away, my mom has a lot on her. As one of the oldest, I help a lot with the cooking. I would LOVE this dutch oven! It would definitely be put to good use in our full house 🙂 Thank you so much for your recipes! I am going to be using a lot of them for my younger siblings over this Spring Break to make things exciting! Hopefully I will get to try this one out 🙂

  668. Robbi says:

    Simple. Everything! 😉

  669. Amy B. says:

    I’d love to win the cast iron pot to add to my efforts of getting rid of my old crappy unhealthy pots and pans.

  670. Meaka says:

    I’ve never owned this kind of cookware before, but I would love to have one!

  671. Denise Pollard says:

    I would love to win the dutch oven for camping!

  672. Erika Chilton says:

    Has the winner been chosen yet? I hadn’t seen where it was announced so I’m still keeping my fingers crossed I have a chance. 🙂

    1. Laura Fuentes says:

      The winner was picked and emailed and there is a comment below their comment letting them know they won. Thank you for entering! I’ll try to have more of these type of giveaways in the future.

      1. Erika Chilton says:

        I’m sorry I didn’t see that! Congrats to the winner & thank you so much for your giveaway! 🙂

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