Choose from a range of cast iron jambalaya pots from the 3 gallon flat bottomed cast iron jambalaya pot to the 10 gallon cast iron jambalaya pot. There are several uses for a jambalaya pot other than cooking your favorite Louisiana jambalaya recipe. Many Cajuns use these pots to cook for larger groups, just like you would cooking in a cast iron Dutch oven. Jambalaya pots are great for soups, gumbos, etoufee, popcorn and more. Other groups in the northern states know these jambalaya pots as sugar pots, caldrons, iron kettles and kettle corn pots.
The flat bottomed cast iron jambalaya pot is a good choice for those cooking for an average sized family. These jambalaya pots have the curved inside and still can be used on a regular propane burner. They can feed about 10 people or more, depending on which dish you are cooking.
The rest of our cast iron jambalaya pots may be used directly on a campfire. Make note of the three cast iron legs. We do offer a few propane burners or gas burners for these jambalaya pots to make cooking a little easier. However, we know there are quite a few that insist on being the rugged outdoor type!
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