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Lodge L10SC3 Iron Cover, 12-inch

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  • 12 inch Cast Iron Lid
  • Pre Seasoned and ready to use “right out of the box”
  • Compatible with the 12-inch Lodge skillet, 5-quart chicken fryer, and 7-quart Dutch oven
  • Side flanges fit perfectly over the skillet pouring spouts
  • Lid is self basting and helps to retain heat, steam and reduce spatters
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Bundle Available: Lodge 12-Inch Skillet and Iron Cover
For superior heat retention and even cooking, the Lodge Logic bundle includes a 12-inch skillet with matching iron cover. See the bundle
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Lodge L10SC3 Iron Cover, 12-inch + Lodge Cast-Iron Skillet L10SK3ASHH41B, 12-Inch + Lodge ASHH41 Silicone Hot Handle Holder, Red
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.1 x 12.1 x 2.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00008GKDI
  • Item model number: L10SC3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (237 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,812 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Product Description

This cover provides self-basting spikes on the underside that allow the nutrition and flavor in the steam to drip back onto food. Seasoned ready to use. Fits L10SK3 and L10DO3. 12 inch diameter

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This 12-inch cast-iron lid comes pre-seasoned (coated with Logic’s own vegetable oil formula and baked in hot industrial ovens) and ready to use; hence, the Logic in the name. Compatible with the 12-inch Lodge skillet, the lid even has two side flanges to cover the skillet’s pouring lips. Excellent at keeping in heat, steam, and splatters, the heavy lid will also fit the 5-quart chicken fryer and the 7-quart Dutch oven. Lodge’s legendary cast-iron cookware will last for generations.--Ann Bieri

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Customer Reviews

Lid is a perfect fit for my Lodge 12" cast iron skillet.
rmr
Used these with the family when I was a child and it is great to have them back in our home to cook wonderful meals with the new family.
sdhco
I love using the pan by itself, and with the lid it works wonders for slow cooking with the self basting underside.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

147 of 150 people found the following review helpful By Redox on September 5, 2008
I looked at it like this:
The 7 Qt. Dutch Oven cover fits the 12" skillet.
The 12" cover is $20.01
The 7 Qt. Dutch Oven w/Spiral Handle is $38.98
If I subtract what I'd spend for the 12" cover the D.O. only costs $18.97 more. That's a huge hunk of iron for a mere $18.97.
I did the same thing by buying the 5 Qt. D.O. because the cover fits my
10 1/4" skillet.
Also, I found a brush that works very well to clean the pans and lids Power Tip Dish & Glass Brush
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62 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Geo on September 23, 2004
As with all of our Lodge cast iron, the quality of this lid is excellent. There are no rough edges. It is solid and weighty. It fits perfectly on our Lodge 12 inch skillet. Seasoning is extremely simple - wipe on some oil and bake in the oven for awhile - so we have no preference for the pre-seasoning, but some may find it to be a plus.

The underside includes pointed spikes that might have been inspired from a medieval weapon, but I suppose that's where the self-basting comes from -- moisture condensing on the lid will rain evenly back into the pan. While the spikes probably contribute much to the quality of cooking (which is the point after all), they make it somewhat uncomfortable to wash and dry. Still, we're not giving ours back. (As of this writing, the photo of the "Lodge 5-Quart Cast Iron Dutch Oven with Iron Lid" will give you an idea of what the bottom of this lid looks like.)
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54 of 56 people found the following review helpful By J. Morello on November 18, 2005
I purchased my Lodge Logic 12 inch Skillet when my T-fal 10 inch wasn't up to par. NEEDLESS to say, that pan has been sitting next to my oven and has never been used since. From fried chicken cutlets to hamburgers to baked apples in the oven, it does the job. The only thing missing was a lid. When I saw it on Amazon, I jumped at it. Since then, my pan has become the center of my kitchen. From re-heating pizza to stirfry, slapping the lid on make it a pan that can honestly say it heats from ALL directions. It keeps a lot of moisture in, which makes for some delicious, non dry or burned stirfry.

I agree with the other reviewer in that the "self basting" points make it a little tough to dry and re-oil. But I have started using the cloth like rags they sell in the cleaning aisle to clean my cast iron. I use a mixture of kosher salt and oil to safely scrub the surface, and it wash shredding my paper towels, but with these cloths, it's easier, and I know they don't have any soap on them. After the scrub, I wash off with warm water, dry, and then a light application of oil finishes up the deal.

If you have the skillet this goes with, BUY IT. Only then will you see how amazing these pans are.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Mithras on January 26, 2007
I purchased the Emirilware 12 inch cast iron skillet, and we love it! If you don't have one and enjoy cooking, do yourself a favor and get one. Bacon, pancakes, etc cook perfectly and evenly. However, there is no lid available for this skillet from Emirilware. As long you don't care about matching your garanimals, this Lodge Logic lid works with the Emiril skillet.

It's also large and heavy enough to be used as a shield, in case that's your deciding factor. The spikes on the inside-top of the lid make it a little tricky to clean, but I use warmish-hot (luke-hot?) water and a plastic bristle scrub brush. Dry it with a cloth (it shreds paper towels).
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Eric Goetschalckx on February 10, 2009
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If you have a 12" Lodge Logic Cast Iron Skillet, you need this lid. Why?
Most of the recipes in Cast Iron cooking books include a step like "Cover skillet in aluminum foil to trap juices and flavors." The reason they say this is most people neglect to buy the lid (stingy i guess), so the author simply recommends a (crappy) workaround.

Instead, buy this lid and stop mucking around with aluminum foil on SUPER HOT skillets. That's a recipe for disaster.

For an added bonus, the lid has little spikes on the underside. The purpose of these is to condense smoke/steam gases into liquids, and drop them back onto your food. This is what the other reviewers and item description mean by "self-basting".

Great Lid, if you have the 12" skillet, buy it!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By C. Robinson on June 14, 2012
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I debated buying this lid for months. I bought the 12-inch skillet at Super Big Mart for less than 20 bucks last year and didn't want to pay more for the lid than I did for the skillet. Turns out I was cheating myself. One too many times of having to make do with the lid from my largest pot, which is really too small for the skillet, and a desire to cook more efficiently drove me to take another look at this lid. Favorable Amazon reviews encouraged me to go ahead and buy it, and I'm forever grateful.

I'm sometimes limited by what I call a lampshade mentality. If a lamp costs 50 dollars, why pay more for the shade? Isn't the base the most important part? Not necessarily. They work TOGETHER. The right shade takes the lamp to another level. Obviously you can't use a shade without a base, or a lid without a skillet, but the base and skillet are both incomplete without their counterparts. In buying this lid (and some very nice lampshades), I learned a valuable life lesson. You can always go basic, but sometimes an "extra" will reap benefits that are well beyond its monetary cost.

This is certainly true with this lid. Every time I've used it, it's made the cooking process vastly better, and I can taste the difference in the food. Last night I made crispy fried tofu with chili sauce, and it was out of this world. The turning point from good to great was the lid. I lifted it and wow, pure magic. It helped the tofu to brown and crisp, and sealed in the flavor of the sauce.

I said all this to say, stop denying yourself and get this lid. You'll wonder why you ever thought to go without it.
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