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Camp Chef True Seasoned Cast Iron Pie Pan 10" CIPIE10
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- Sante, Cookware For Life.
- True Seasoned Interior Cast Iron Cookware is ready to use out of the box
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Camp Chef: The Way to Cook OutdoorsBake delectable pies to perfection with a true-seasoned Cast Iron Pie Pan. Cast iron creates even heat distribution giving you a golden brown crust every time. Decorative handles have been added for convenience.
Features:- True Seasoned Finished cast iron
- Decorative molded cast iron handles
- Create golden brown crusts and light fluffy rolls with this perfect addition to your kitchen
Specifications- 10" diameter pan
Top Customer Reviews
What I took out of the box was a cheaply cast piece of junk ... the iron was pitted, slag chunks were on the side, someone had taken a sander to crudely remove one of them, and to call the quality of the casting "poor" would be raving praise. You could even see swirls in the metal due to temperature differentiation. They must have cast this is someone's barbecue (in China, because that is where it was made).
I went back and read the most popular review of this, by PJ, and the condition of my pan was the polar opposite of what he describes. I guess they cheapened it.
I'm a Prime member and have ordered more than 100 items per year from Amazon. I've only sent one thing back, a pair of shoes that were the wrong size.
This will be item 2.
I recently purchased many items from the Sante/Cabin Kitchen cast iron line (loaf pan, pie pan, and pizza pans) and a Lodge Logic skillet. I do prefer the seasoning on the Lodge pan to the seasoning on the Sante line, but that was taken care of with a bit of scrubbing and re-seasoning of the Sante pans. The seasoning on the Sante pans gave a slightly odd smell the first time the pan was heated and turned my dishwashing brush brown the first time I cleaned it (before using it). Once the brown stopped coming off, I used my own oil (Grapeseed) to condition it. The tag recommends using their brand conditioner, but I would guess it is why the pan smelled a bit funny and was coming off brown/black, so I won't be buying that. I have had no issues with my pans since I used Grapeseed oil and they are wonderful.
I use Grapeseed oil to condition/season my pans and always heat them in the oven to make sure they are completely dry. (I used Canola oil once to condition it and it just leaves a sticky, gooey mess). If some food is totally stuck on the pan, you can use a mixture of salt and oil to scrub the pan. You will need to be sure to oil and heat the pan after this.
I only bought one of these to start but now I am wishing for one more since I like to make pies/quiches in sets of two (we are a family of four good eaters with a fifth on the way).
Note: oddly, my cinnamon roll pics are not showing up here and keep disappearing after a day... sorry if you are not seeing them either at this time. However, they rise up fluffy and light, don't stick to the pan even with syrupy sugar, and the pan stays warm for longer than they're around!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm a huge cast iron user who loves to bake pies, so this thrilled me to finally get it and use it. No problems so far with it and I've used it a few times.Published 4 months ago by Jennifer L. Myers
I use this pan for cooking in and on the stove! Perfect deep nonstick pan.Published 6 months ago by Sharon Wiedel