I love this pan, it's great! I use it for almost everything! I use it every day! It's easy to clean! Cooks evenly and I love it so much I have 2 this size and 2 in the bigger size!
Lodge Pre-Seasoned 12 Inch. Cast Iron Skillet with Assist Handle
Arrives by Wed, Sep 30
In stock at Union City, 30600 Dyer St
- One Lodge Pre-Seasoned 12 in. Cast Iron Skillet
- Assist handle for better control
- Unparalleled heat retention and even heating
- Pre-seasoned with 100% natural vegetable oil
- Use to sear, sauté, bake, broil, braise, fry, or grill
- Use in the oven, on the stove, on the grill, or over a campfire
- Great for induction cooktops
About This Item
Care Instructions for Cast Iron:
- Wash with warm water. Add a mild soap, if desired.
- Dry thoroughly with a lint-free cloth or paper towel.
- Oil the surface of the pan with a very light layer of cooking oil while warm.
- Hang or store the cookware in a dry place.
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Great for cooking on: electric, gas, induction, oven, fire and grill
Perfect cast iron pan
Awesome non-stick skillets.
Now I have two of these on stick skillets. One for the house and one for the trailer. Season well and treated right. Use it most mornings for my eggs. Usually wipe it down then reason. After cooking things that leave large residue I add a bit of water and scrub lightly with a wire scrub pad. Then rinse, dry over heat and re-season with vegetable oil or Flaxseed oil. I used Flaxseed oil for the original seasoning.
A New Adventure but So Far I am Enjoying it
This is the first cast iron pan I have owned but so far I am enjoying using it. Food doesn't stick and it is easy to clean. The pan, itself, is a high quality product and the price was very reasonable. I definitely recommend getting a cast iron pan versus a non stick product -- kept having to buy new ones as the bottom kept curving due to heat.
Cast iron review from a first time buyer
Great weight to it. Food did not stick. I followed the instructions on arrival: 1) Washed well with my green Dawn detergent and water due to covid-19. 2)Dried well with a paper towel within EVERY SINGLE CREVIS. 3)Warmed it up slowly on the counter top to remove imbedded water. 4)Added a small drop of vegetable oil
Perfect sized handles, Great for Home and Camping
Just what we needed for camping. The two handles are helpful and I like the fact that the main handle isnt very long which means it packs in a smaller space and doesn't weigh as much. The pan is lightly pre-seasoned but plan on adding some form of oil to it each time you use it. This is not a non-stick pan. This size is perfect for cooking 8 or so scrambled eggs all at once!
Quality made in the USA
This is a very well made seasoned cast iron skillet large enough to cook almost anything. Well made and manufactured in the USA. Boy American made products whenever you can.
Best Cast Iron Skillet
Bought this because Cook's Illustrated listed it as their top cast iron skillet. I have cooked numerous things in it and have zero complaints. So happy with this purchase.
LODGE CAST IRON
Compared to more expensive cast iron, LODGE is a bit rougher where pan texture is concerned. It advertises that it is pre-seasoned, but LODGE said it is NOT. Therefore, many hours of prepping were involved before I fried the first egg - that stuck. I knew I would need to season more aggressively due to the roughness of the cast iron. Do not expect a smooth, mirrored finish as comes on high end cast iron. This is more rustic. After heating it to smoking on my stove, I applied olive oil sparingly then rubbed it in using a paper towel. I did this at least 20 times and the paper towel would shred due to the coarseness of the pan. After scraping it down with a metal spatula (many times) and re-seasoning many MORE times, I finally had the skillet of my dreams. Eggs might not slide around like they are on ice, but they do not stick now. Clean-up (unless you make gravy) requires a wipe-down with a dry cloth (since I stopped using paper towels) lol
great weight seems poor quality metal.
i purchased this 6 days ago i have used the pan 3 times. first to make pancakes, the skillet began to get discolored it had a rainbow effect on the bottom. i thought that was weird but i didnt preseason the pan. i scrubbed and washed the pan oiled and put away. No issues for the next few days in the cupboard, i took it out on day 5 after it arrived, made eggs for breakfast no issues washed the pan had to scrub it clean since the surface is a bit bumpy. washed and dried made fried fish 3 hours later washed and put on stove to dry. a few hours later i see the surface of the skillet covered in rust stains and smells like fish. i rewash the skillet and the final product is attached. not sure why its rusting so badly after three uses
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