Square Baking Pan - Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron 8x8Inches
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- Pre Seasoned and Ready to Use
- Old Mountain logo embossed on bottom
- Loop handles
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|Item Dimensions||8.5 x 11.25 x 2.5 in||5 x 20.38 x 2.75 in||2.5 x 11 x 5.25 in||5.12 x 10.25 x 2.88 in||5.75 x 11.75 x 3 in||5.91 x 9.84 x 4.92 in|
|Material Type||Cast Iron||Cast Iron||Commercial Grade||Cast-Iron||Cast Iron||Clay|
This Old Mountain cast iron cake pan is pre seasoned and ready to use. This cake pan measures 11 1/4" x 8 1/2" x 2 1/2" with attached loop handles. Cast iron retains heat better than any other cooking media and is the cooking choice of many chefs and home cooks alike. Nothing bakes cake like cast iron from Old Mountain. Our attractive Old Mountain logo embossed on the bottom adds style and value.
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The pan itself is a lot rougher than my lodge cast iron pans. The first thing I do with any cast iron is to strip it and re-season it with flax oil. (Google season cast iron with flax oil to see why I do this). After I re-seasoned it, the pan was much less rough and nothing (nothing!) sticks to it at all.
I don't know why lodge doesn't make a square pan like this, but it doesn't really matter because I have this one. It's a definite must get item in my opinion.
This would also make a great smaller casserole pan, and I may do that at some point now that I am only cooking and baking for two, but I like reserving it just for my bread
Normally I put the oven on 400F and put a couple strips of bacon in the pan, than after about 8 minutes I add some meat such as ground beef and eggs, and drop the temp to 300F. Then after a few minutes I remove the pan and sit it on a cooling rack, and the food will finish cooking over the next few minutes as the pan also cools a bit.
This pan will also work well for fish cooked in butter or bacon fat for example, but I would suggest having one pan for fish and an different one for meats just to avoid the meats tasting like fish. I did learn the hard way do NOT add lemon juice to the fish when cooking in cast iron, it will strip the seasoning and you will have small rusty spots where the lemon juice was.
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