The Pioneer Woman Timeless Pre-Seasoned Plus 12" Cast Iron Fry Pan

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The Pioneer Woman Timeless Pre-Seasoned Plus 12" Cast Iron Fry Pan

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  • 12" cast iron skillet
  • Dishwasher friendly
  • The Pioneer Woman Timeless Cast Iron, featuring Pre-Seasoned Plus technology, is an ideal choice for cast iron beginners and veterans alike. The exclusive 12" Cast Iron Skillet is rust-resistant, natural and a breeze to cook with. This piece also features easy-grip handles and convenient pour-spouts on both sides of the pan. The properties of cast iron allow for even heat distribution and maintenance is now easier than ever with the rust-resistant coating. Don't forget to check out the rest of the Pre-Seasoned Plus line, which includes grills, griddles, au gratins and more! Please see manual for care instructions.

    About This Item

  • 12" cast iron skillet
  • Dishwasher friendly
  • Features
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    Brand
    The Pioneer Woman
    Material
    Cast Iron
    Cleaning, Care & Maintenance
    Dishwasher Safe
    Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
    25.59 x 17.72 x 4.92 Inches
    Customer Reviews
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    1-10 of 17 reviews

    Heavy Duty Cast Iron Pan

    This piece of kitchenware is no joke. Keep in mind (and think back decades ago) that this was standard fare. Heavy duty. Since pan and its contents will be difficult for some to lift and carry, place on a trivet or potholders by range and dish up from there. Great instructions for ‘seasoning' your new pan. Follow these instructions to the letter. As pictured, there's the home fries I did in under 10 minutes. So much tastier than the non-stick cookware. Cleanups are a breeze. Again, check and adhere to the simple rule of thumb (ROT) provided. Why, oh why can't everything be of such HIGH quality? Remarkable.

    12 Inch Cast Iron Skillet

    When I received the package this skillet came in, it seemed to be about three feet long. But there was sufficient packing around it. Not that I think you would have so much to worry about this cast iron skillet getting dinged or cracked or broken. But it was very nicely packed. It's a nice big skillet, and it is heavy, I am so glad there is a handle to hang on to on the front to pick it up. It's not easy picking up a skillet this big with two hand by using the back handle. I know you are supposed to re-season it first, but I wanted to go ahead and use it because it says its pre-treated. So I figured it was safe enough to cook in for a couple of meals. So the first thing I did was to cook up some sausage and eggs. I haven't had a good cast iron skillet in a while, I had forgotten how good things taste cooked in a cast iron skillet. My bacon was crisp and my eggs fried up beautifully. Nothing stuck to the pan and when I finished I wiped it clean with a paper towel then I lightly wiped it down with a tad bit of bacon grease. Then I decided to cook up some Spanish rice and my rice turned out beautifully. I am happy with my skillet and it may be heavy but when it comes to cast iron the heavier the better quality of the skillet. You can see how big the skillet is, and you can tell that it is by "Pioneer Woman" for when you flip it over the skillet is engraved on the bottom. I love the design on it. It feels so personal being personalized like that. If you like cast iron skillets, these are definitely very well made, I don't know how you could go wrong with cast iron. It won't break, bend or leak, you don't have to worry about poking a hole in it. I know I will enjoy mine and I highly recommend the Pioneer Women Skillet.

    Nice pan

    I like that this pan is pre-seasoned! Much easier than one that is not. I used it right out of the box. At first I thought things were sticking too much but once the pan cooled all of the stuff pretty much lifted up from the pan by itself. What didn't come up by itself I just scraped up with a nylon spatula. Overall, in comparison to other cast iron cookware I have used, it is easy enough to clean. I do think I will follow the "re-season" directions before I use it again just to help build up the natural "non-stick" coating. I really appreciate the second handle on the pan, makes it much easier to pick pan up, especially when full. Very happy with this product!

    Great Cast Iron Fry Pan

    The Pioneer Woman Timeless Pre-Seasoned Plus 12 Cast Iron Fry Pan is just another one of the more innovated products that is on the market today. This skillet that is pre-seasoned with a vegetable coating will create a natural non-stick surface. It is very east to clean with just dish soap and water.You can use this skillet to cook just about everything that you like over any kind of heat(Electric,Gas,Etc,). This skillet is also safe to use in the oven. This high quality cast iron skillet is rust free,so you know that it will last you a very long time. We grew up using a cast iron skillet,so I know that it cooks food better,but the one that is on the market today is much better and I know the foods will taste great especially fried foods. I would highly recommend this skillet to anyone that is looking for a low cost rust free cast iron skillet that will last you a very long time. You will not be sorry with your purchase of this product.

    Pioneer Woman Pre-Seasoned Plus 12inch Cast Iron

    This 12 inch Cast Iron pan by Pioneer Woman is wonderful. It is Pre-Seasoned, but because I have had trouble with my smaller cast iron pan - I pre-seasoned it again before I used it. I made steak first, so I pre-heated the pan in a 500 degree oven for 1/2 hour as suggested by one of my favorite cooking shows. Then I put it on the stove and added a pat of butter and the seasoned steaks. I turned them over every minute until they were medium rare on an instant read the thermometer that I bought at Walmart. The steaks were seared on the outside and perfect on the inside. The steaks were delicious. This was my first real success with a cast iron pan and since this one is 12 inches it had plenty of room for the 2 steaks. I let the pan cool completely before I washed it as per the instructions that came with the pan. I just rinsed the pan with very hot water and I dried it thoroughly then I spread a thin coat of vegetable oil on it with a paper towel. I placed paper towels under and above the pan so the other pans would not get any of the oil on them. Before I used it again I washed it gently with hot soapy water and pre-seasoned it. A couple of days later, I repeated the oven procedure and after a 1/2 hour in the oven I made a stir-fry on the stove-top. Since the pan was pre-heated the stir-fry cooked up very quickly. The cast iron skillet needs more care and some pre-thought, but the end result is definitely worth it. The more I use it the better I like it. I'm going to buy a cast iron cook book at Walmart so I can use this pan even more. I am careful not to use abrasive scrubbers even with stuck on food. I let the pan soak in very hot water for a little while and the stuck on foods comes off. The abrasive scrubbers will take off the protective finish and it will rust. To prevent that you must always dry the pan thoroughly and re-season it right away. Take good care of it and it will make great food for you.

    A pan that will last for generations

    I really like the look of the pan and the pretty design on the handle. I haven't had the pleasure of working with a true cast iron skillet in probably 40 years or more, so I was looking forward to cooking, frying, and baking with this large, heavy pan. It's good that they include lots of instructions on how to season and clean the pan since it's been awhile. Even though the pan says it's pre-seasoned (almost all do these days), you do need to go through the process of cleaning, drying, oiling and baking the pan. So give yourself enough time to do this. After baking my pan for the required one hour, I just left my pan in the oven overnight to cool thoroughly. In the morning, it looked like a well-seasoned pan that was ready to do some work. Picking up this hefty pan is made easier with the extra handle. The two pour spouts on opposing sides are larger and deeper so that delicious home-made gravy slides out the spouts as planned and not down the sides of the pan. I made upside down pineapple cake in the pan and it tasted fantastic. The cake did stick a little as I tried to remove it from the pan, as you can see from the picture. But that might have been partially my fault, as the instructions said to only wait 10-15 minutes before turning out the cake onto a plate. I had to wait about 30 minutes before someone could help me. Did I mention that this pan is really hefty? If I had been thinking, I could have put the pan over a low burner for a couple of minutes to remelt the sugar and that might have allowed the cake to fully release from the pan. It's not like that section of the cake was really stuck to the pan, it actually shifted around before I removed it with a spatula. I also fried some potatoes in this Timeless Fry Pan and they were every bit as crispy on the outside and soft on the inside as I remember from my childhood. If you haven't had fried potatoes in a cast iron skillet, you are truly missing out on a delightful treat! I decided to try some cast iron spiral skillet potatoes, made with thinly sliced potatoes arranged in a ring around the pan. Then the potatoes are fried for a few moments on the top of the stove and finished in the oven. It looked perfect when I removed the skillet from the oven, but when I turned it out onto a plate (with the help of my daughter), parts of it stuck. Sort of like my upside down pineapple cake. Perhaps I didn't do a good enough job when I first seasoned the pan. I really enjoy this pan, but to be truthful, it's quite heavy for me and the cleanup/season process is a bit much for me. But I have to admit that this is a heavy, well made, nice looking cast iron skillet and it will be in my family for generations.

    So far, great pan!

    I really like cast iron. It's really heavy, but it heats so evenly and cooks food nicely. My previous cast iron skillet got destroyed by improper care (not me), so when this came available thru Spark Reviewer, I jumped at the chance to replace it. I was initially hesitant about this, being a “licensed” name on the line. But upon arrival, those hesitations have waned. It arrived in a huge box, well packaged. By huge, I mean about four foot, by two foot, by 6 inches. Inside that shipping box was another thick box with a little styrofoam to hold the pan in place. Seriously, so much cardboard! If you need cardboard for a kid's project and need a new cast iron skillet, buy this! Get two birds with one stone. When I cut the cardboard down to put it in the recycling, it filled a 12x12x12 inch smaller box I had. But, it was really well packed to avoid damage to it or the box during shipping. On to usage... my first trial was to make some simple homemade chicken strips. The pan heated evenly and the chicken cooked without burning. I did use metal tongs without an issue, but the manufacturer recommends non metallic utensils. I will be getting some silicone tongs, I just don't have any now. I was just careful and didn't have issues with scratches in the seasoning. The pan is preseasoned, and comes with easy to follow instructions for reseasoning when needed. After the pan fully cooled, I cleaned it according to the instructions. Just hot water did not get out all the cooked on breading, but I used a little rock salt, per pan instructions, to rub off the food. Rinsed the pan, dried it with a towel (don't ever let cast iron air dry, it leads to rusting), and it looks just like it came out of the box. I've only used this once, and only had it a week, but so far I am impressed. Going to try to bake in it next. I'll update the review if it goes south after baking, but otherwise, I am happy with this pan.

    Nice big pan

    The Pioneer Woman Timeless Pre-Seasoned Plus Pan is big. It looked much bigger when I opened the box. The side are higher angled and deep, making more suffice area in the bottom. I used it the first time on fried potatoes. They turn out crispy and brown. The extended handle made it easy to lift and move even when hot. I love my new pan

    Great Ideal for Cooking

    I can Cook A Large amount of Food for a Large Family This Iron Frying Pan is Rust Free It Have Durable handles. I Love it Because it Came Pre-Season It very Deep and Heavy and You can use Vegetable Oil to help with the Rust it is worth Buying It is A Great Pan. it is worth the Price

    Must try out, iron cast for the novice chef.

    It's what you should expect from a cast iron fry pan. Its evenly surfaced, heavy, and the perfect size. Made pan seared T-Bone steaks and it came out beautifully. Made a mistake of washing it (incorrectly) and not patting it down dry enough. It rusted in a few spots. I was able to get rid of the rust and reseasoned it back to new. Worth the investment.
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