Utopia Kitchen Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron Square Grill Pan, 10.5-inch
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- Pre-seasoned cast-iron square grill pan measures 10.5 inches diameter and 2 inches height and with ribbed bottom keeps grease away from the food for low-fat cooking
- 10.5 inch preseasoned cast iron square grill pan provides superior heat distribution and exceptional heat retention which makes it a good option for long-cooking stews or braised dishes
- Iron deficiency is fairly common worldwide especially among women so cooking food in a cast iron skillet can increase iron content by as much as 20%
- Use on all cooking surfaces, grills, campfires and oven safe,gas, campfire, induction stove, oven, infrared stove
- To clean your cast iron you just simply scrub your grill pan with a stiff brush and hot water and dry it completely; it is not dishwasher safe
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Get the most value for your money with Top-Rated Professional Grade Cooking Equipment! Our Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Square Grill Pan allows grease to drain away from the food and creates professional grill marks.
This square grill pan is seasoned and ready to use. Perfect for cooking, steaks, paninis, vegetables, and more. Its 10.5" inch size provides ample cooking space, and can be used in the oven or over a campfire.
Caring for your Pan: It’s completely natural for iron to rust without seasoning, so there is nothing to be worried about. All that you need to do to avoid this is to scrub the rust, rinse it, dry it and then apply a little vegetable oil on it. If the problem persists then you have to re-season the product after completely removing the rust by following these steps:
- Use a stiff brush along with soapy hot water. The soap is okay to be used since the seasoning is being created from scratch.
- After washing, rinse it completely and leave it to dry.
- Apply a thin layer of melted solid vegetable fat or cooking oil inside and out. Avoid over applying as it would lead to the product having a sticky glaze.
- Set aluminum foil on the floor of the oven for capturing oil drips and turn the oven to 350-400 degrees F.
- On the oven’s top rack, turn the product upside down.
- Bake it for about an hour and then turn the oven off and let it cool off.
- Store it in a dry place.
- Repeat if necessary.
Size: 10.5" inches diameter and 2” height
All our cast iron cookware is LEAD FREE.
Seasoning Tips: Spread a thin layer of melted shortening or vegetable oil over the skillet and bake for 1 hour at around 375° F
Fatty foods and oil enhances seasoning. Acidic food and water reduces seasoning.
Top customer reviews
-Feels heavy and high quality, like the cast-iron skillet my grandmother gave me
-Came pre-seasoned, which meant that I could cook on it right away
-Distributes heat pretty evenly
-Handles on both sides for ease of movement
-Reliably forms grill lines on food!!!
-Pretty easy to clean (even between the ridges)
-It would be nice if it was just a little bigger, but they have a double burner version for not much more money
-Some people may prefer to season it themselves
-Doesn't come with any care/cleaning/maintenance instructions, so check the internet if you're new to cast iron
All in all, I'm very happy with this pan, and if I had more cabinet space (and money) I would definitely be checking out the other cast iron options from this brand. The prices are better than what I see in discount stores like TJ Maxx.
Anyway, I have not had a cast-iron before; having no extended family, I never had the experience of inheriting my grandmas 5 generation old cast-iron. I knew I wanted a cast-iron, so I did the research on care, do's/dont's, etc. I knew that I was ready, and because this was at a reasonable price I said "might as well" and got this.
I have grilled chicken, brussels sprouts, broccoli, and green beans. The chicken came out so good, although I have learned my lesson and now know to marinate things before I put them in the pan, no more salting, peppering, spicing, chicken/veggies before they go in the pan because the spices just fall in the cracks and burn themselves black, the chicken and veggies were still delicious though! The pan heats up pretty evenly and quickly, even on med temperature. The pan is HEAVY, at least for me anyway, I usually need two hands to wiggle any browned bits out of it, and that's kinda hard because the pan gets so hot everywhere.
Now for cleaning the pan. I let mine completely cool with whatever charred bits there are left, right on the stove. Once it's all cooled down I wash it with dish soap and a scrub sponge. It doesn't take long to wash and dry, and I like that there are no super small difficult to get to crevices that wouldn't be dryable, and would then rust. I dry mine very carefully with a paper towel, pat it between the crevices (don't rub them in there because then you'll get paper bits stuck to the pan) and just leave it on the stove-top.
Overall I think this is a great grill pan, my next adventure will be to grill some meat on this. If you live in a small apartment open some windows or have your ventilator thing on top of the stove running full blast because your apartment will get smoky!
I washed mine in a little soap and water before I used it the first time. If I did this again, I think I'd let it sit in hot water and dish detergent for awhile, wash it much better, then put in some oil and go ahead and preheat it. There was a faint, but definite aftertaste when I used it the first time. But certainly not to the point that I won't use it again. (and again). Excellent buy as far as I'm concerned. Cast Iron is the best.