cast Iron Skillets
Cast Iron Skillets that serves a range of applications
Cooking, searing, sauteing braising, baking roasting and frying can all be done in one pan..
Cast Iron Skillet composition:
Since its first production around 1,000 years ago, cast iron cookware has been as popular in the present as when it first was used to cook food. In addition to stainless steel and cast iron, it is the only one that can be used for induction cooktops. It has the best energy retention and heating uniformity.
With a Wide Range of Heating Sources, Versatile
At at home at home, in the oven on the stove, the grill, or on the campfire. The various kinds of ovens and burners are able to cook using a pan, including electric, gas and induction. Pay attention to any marks on the surface of stoves when cooking. Utilizing seasoned cast iron for an outdoor grill and charcoals for camping cooking is an alternative, in the use of an aged cast iron. Gradually increase the heat from medium to low or medium/high when cooking in a cast-iron skillet as well as similar pots. When you are done cooking, remove all cookware off the stove and place it in a secure place to cool.
The Cast Iron Skillet r Frying Pan is free from harmful chemicals. We don't use cadmium and enamel as coatings since it is a source of a certain amount of lead. Our products are all natural and healthy for your the health of our customers.
Key Product Features:
- Outer Diameter - 10.25 inch
- Inner Diameter - 10 inch
- Inner Depth: 6cm (60 millimeters)
- The weight is 3.3 Kg
- Natural products that do not have a chemical coatings such as Cadmium, enamel or Teflon.
- Ideal for use with gas, electric or induction stovetops.
- The product is pre-seasoned, and the user is required to season it according to the instructions sheet included with the product.
The skillet is ready to use, already seasoned and ready to use right out of the package
The base oil that is used to coat cookware due to the process used by the factory to season is actually vegetable oil which is created into a p cookware, which is fashioned from an individual mold of sand. The coating made of oil is an application that has to serve a function and is not a substitute for cosmetics. The cookware is hung on an electrostatic sprayer and commercial conveyor ovens that operate at high temperatures. The oil is able to be absorbed inside the pores iron, which leads to the release of the iron in a simple manner. During this process, you might see a small bubble or a crack of oil on the southernmost portion or at the top of the bottom or cookware's handle. If you can see it and visible, it could be able for it to flake off or rub off using your fingers leaving the region with a brown hue. It's not due to the formation of rust, but instead it's a brown spot. It's a sign of the varnish stage seasoning. It's actually the color of iron that's been prepared at home to the point where it's been used hundreds of times. The brown spot can change to black following use.