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Victoria Cast Iron 8" Skillet - Cook Bake and Serving Pan, Seasoned, Small, 8 inch
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- Curved handle and intricate pour spout design for easy cooking, baking and serving (and just plain good lookin' too!)
- Ready to cook! Seasoned at high temperatures using organic flaxseed oil for a natural easy-release seasoning. Great "out of the box" seasoning that gets even better with time
- Usable in all kitchens: gas, electric, induction, oven, campfire, grill etc
- Great for tapas, oven-to-table, serving, eggs, pies, desserts, veggies, appertizers, single-serve, dips, cheese
- High quality sand casting for durability and even heat distribution. Lifetime Warranty. Made in Colombia
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Tradition Gets a Facelift
What you Love. Now Better.
There is something special about the tradition and essence of a good cast iron skillet. Why not take that, and make it even better? Our cast iron skillets have just enough "smart" innovation to make them more functional while remaining true to tradition.
Get a Bigger Handle (on Heavy) Things.
Victoria Cast Iron handles are curved, bigger, more ergonomic, and quite frankly, more beautiful too. Get a better grip while handling your hot iron, whether in the grill, campfire, oven, or stove.
Making of a Better Skillet
- Curved Handle for Leverage
- Contoured Pour-Spouts
- Wider Helper Handles
- Longer Handles
- Bigger Hanging Holes
- Preseasoned with Organic Flaxseed Oil (NEW!)
- Superior Heat Retention
It's the Little Things that Matter
Look at Those Curves
Longer & curvy handles don't just translate to better maneuverability, but also to cooler handle temperatures on the stove (protective gear is still always recommended for iron products).
Our skillets and grills are part of one good-looking family, and they are all designed in harmony to look that way.
Keepin' it Natural
Victoria Cast Iron skillets have been praised by chefs and professional testers for their excellent pre-seasoning right out of the box! Extensive tips on maintaining and building seasoning are found on the packaging and our website.
Bake in it, Fry in it, BBQ in it. The Victoria Skillet is suitable for cooking in: induction, ceramic, campfire, grill, oven, & more. And to top it off, our skillets are deeper and have a wider cooking surface, allowing you to sear, bake and fry better.
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For over 75 years, Victoria has been perfecting the art of smart design in cast iron cookware, finding the perfect balance between tradition & innovation. The versatile 8" skillet is great for breakfast with fried eggs, small portion cooking, desserts, and tapas style dishes. Best of all, the modern rustic design makes it the perfect centerpiece -straight from stove or oven to table. This Victoria Cast Iron Skillet has already been seasoned at high temperatures for your convenience.
Top customer reviews
I own a few Lodge frying pans, so it's easier to compare the same size Lodge to Victoria.
12" Lodge weighs 3.5 kg/7.7 lb, 12" Victoria weighs 3.0 kg/6.6 lb.
Lodge has short handle positioned at a right angle to the bod.
Victoria has a longer slightly curved, much more ergonomic handle.
Which means that I cannot lift my lodge with one hand even empty, while Victoria is more manageable with one hand empty or with not too much food (still, using the helper handle most of the time is recommended). So if you are after a pan that holds heat longer and is made in USA, you want Lodge. If you want a pan that is easier to handle and don't mind it being made elsewhere (Colombia, in this case), Victoria is for you.
As for cooking quality, I own my Lodge for a few years, so by now it is more properly seasoned, and currently gets me somewhat better results. I use Victoria not so often and for not so long period of time (I bought it for some special jobs, to supplement and not replace the Lodge), it is not as seasoned yet. But I feel it is getting there.
I washed it with warm water only, dried it, and put in on a stove burner on low for a few minutes to evaporate any moisture off the pan. I did not let it get too hot to handle.
I set my oven to preheat 350 degrees.
I used a paper towel to rub Spectrum High Heat Canola Oil all over the pan without using enough to come near to dripping.
When the oven was hot, I put the pan in there and shut the door for an hour.
I just opened the door, and there was no smoke at all. Hopefully the picture I included will show that.
Now, the pan is too hot to pick up even with an oven mitten, so it's staying in here to cool with the oven off until it is safe to handle.
The point is that this was easy, and there was no smoke. Soon my pan will be cool enough for its first use.
Update: Just made enough beef and beans for seven burritos, five of which are in the freezer. The pan cleaned up with the sponge I use to clean my nonstick pan.
This little beauty is perfect size for a couple of eggs, a 6oz steak or poem chop, great for one person meal. Came pre-seasoned but I still seasoned it a few more times. Fry up a couple of over medium and you'll see it's truly a non-stick pan.