17 March 2017

[Competition Closed] WIN a Rosemary Signature Casserole worth R3500!

Rosemary is the herb of love and remembrance, and if you like it as much as we do, you could win a 26cm Signature Round Casserole in Rosemary worth R3 500. All you have to do to stand a chance of winning this iconic kitchen essential is to tell us about your favourite dish that uses this piquant and aromatic herb. Who knows? Next time you make it, you could be dishing it up out of our gorgeous casserole dish.

Specially designed to evenly distribute heat and lock in just the right amount of moisture, this Le Creuset classic is ideal for simmering tender and succulent one-pot casseroles and stews, pot roasts and soups, and even for baking. The perfectly practical 26cm size holds 5,3 litres and is generous enough to serve 6.

We also love the fresh hue of the graduated Rosemary enamel coating – this vibrant accent colour chimes with ‘Greenery’, Pantone’s colour of the year. So not only will your food taste utterly delectable, the oven-to-table casserole will ensure your table looks totally on-trend, too.



Congratulations to Juanita Muller who is the lucky winner of the Le Creuset 26cm Signature Round Casserole in Rosemary.

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  1. Leg of lamb; slow roasted with delectable vegetables laden with rosemary. The aroma emitting from the kitchen when this is being prepared is so divine… I’m continuously asked -“Mom can we eat now “

  2. Meghan Krenzer

    I use rosemary not only as s staple herb in many if not most stews, but I also use it to accompany a rich creamy butternut soup: with olive and rosemary home-made bread. Along with that, I toss a Beetroot, Rocket, Walnut and Camembert salad, drizzled with DIY rosemary infused olive oil. If we are going all out with rosemary, then I like to add it to my water; make a natural tea infusion along with lavender (using fresh sprigs – it helps with concentration), and on occasion, spruce up a G’nT as well as enhance tea-time cookies with this wonderful sprig.

    P.S. a seedling makes a great and hardy wedding favour 😉 people still say how their rosemary is growing, almost four years on since our wedding.

  3. Phillip Gibb

    A subtle korma chicken (my daughter is a bit sensitive to too much spiciness), Me; I prefer to add extra spice to the left overs and mop up the sauce with some nice hardy bread. On the odd occasion we will use some wraps, but naan bread would be perfect.

  4. Julie Cleverdon

    Olive oil, garlic and Rosemary roast potatoes – par boil potatoes, chop them up roughly into quarters, pour olive oil over the warm potatoes (oil soaks in), arrange in a baking dish in a single layer, with sprigs of fresh rosemary, whole plump peeled garlic gloves and finish of with a sprinkle of maldon salt and ground black pepper. Bake uncovered in oven until golden brown on middle tray of oven at about 180 degrees…. incidentally I use my Le Creuset baking dish. Fresh ingredients, par cooking and pouring oil over warm potatoes before going into oven are the trick!

  5. tasveera ramkaran

    A delicious chicken roast filled with stuffing, and rosemary flavoured potatoes and mixed veg.

  6. Rozanne

    Rosemary roast potatoes

  7. Jean

    Our little 8 month old baby girl loves her rosemary infused butternut & chicken. Introducing your little one to new flavours and tastes is a special time in their lives. Our little one has taken a massive liking to this ever green herb. Adding a few small twigs to your dish while cooking, then removing and blending it all up. There are many things that you are told not to add to your babies food but being able to change the taste of her dinner in a natural way has worked wonders. The ancient greeks believed in the memory boosting power of this herb and so while the brain is developing we are taking full advatage of this magical herb.

  8. Lauren

    I found a recipe for a tomato risotto, then at then end you sprinkle bread chunks on top that have been toasted with rosemary – it’s delicious

  9. Natalie

    I love trying rosemary in both sweet and savoury dishes. My new favourite is honey-rippled, rosemary and walnut ice-cream. Perfect for balmy summer afternoons!

  10. Nicki

    I am a rosemary addict .
    I would start my meal with a rosemary focaccia. Move onto a rosemary and fig lamb tagine and seal the gluttony with a rosemary and chocolate brownie. Super food for all occasions .

  11. Rumbarani Naidoo

    My favourite rosemary-flavoured dish is Lamb cutlets with garlic and rosemary.

  12. Kelleigh-Ann

    Rosemary shortbread biscuits! Always a winner, love the sweet and savoury combination! And with a little drizzle of dark chocolate, heaven 🙂

  13. Juanita Pugh

    Rosemary and garlic hasselback style roasted potatoes, a family favourite

  14. Mart-Marie Haasbroek

    Rosemary and olive chicken pasta

  15. Lyn Geddes

    I love roast potatoes with rosemary and lemon.

  16. Lebohang Mntambo

    It’s has to be my price-beating Sweet corn & Rosemary pot bread with Turkey drumsticks stew. It’s ridiculously good, fresh rosemary is what makes it great and it’s worth spending a little extra on.

  17. Cathy Grobbelaar

    Mine is more a great tip and not a recipe. We bought a small coffee grinder and grind up black peppercorns, coarse salt and fresh rosemary. We use this as a rub for everything from chicken to lamb to rump steaks on the fire. It is delicious. I just need a Le Creuset spice keeper to store the extra in.

  18. Christof Radyn

    Potato bake with rosemary and cream!!!

  19. Este-mari Radyn

    Definitely slow roasted leg of lamb with fresh rosemary! I’m so hungry right now!

  20. Lizelle

    Rosemary and tomato Lamb shank! YUM!

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