Is this skillet already seasoned? Can you make cornbread in this pan without seasoning the pan yourself? I never can season these cast iron skillets right. What do you do to season them?
Lodge Logic 10-inch Chef Skillet
Make outdoor cooking easy with this ten-inch chef skillet from Lodge Logic. A carbon steel construction and a riveted handle complete this durable skillet.
ITEM#: 14194853Make outdoor cooking easy with this ten-inch chef skillet from Lodge Logic. A carbon steel construction and a riveted handle complete this durable skillet.
- Color: Black
- Materials: Cast iron
- Dimensions: 10-inch diameter, 1.75-inches deep
- Care instructions: Hand wash
- The steel pans are made in the usa.
- The steel pans are seasoned with all-natural soybean oil in our seasoning line at Lodge Cast Iron.
- The steel pans are black in color as a result of the Logic seasoned finish.
- The steel pans can withstand and maintain very high temperatures, such as professional gas ranges and campfires, making them great for searing.
- The steel pans can also maintain very low temperatures.
|Material||Carbon Steel Cast Iron Steel|
|Product Features||Made in USA|
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a nice mid-size pan to use for all those smaller dishes, loved how heavy duty and sturdy this pan is, great size tooRead More
I ordered 2 Lodge Logic skillets knowing the quality; one was delivered with a large crack. When I tried to print a return slip it said "not eligiblefor return". This was quickly satisfied with a chat representative, who said I'd be credited and it was not necessary to return the defective product. Great service from O Stock again.Read More
This is a heavy, pre-seasoned skillet takes a bit of time to heat up, but once it is hot, it really holds the heat and seems to evenly spread the heat around the pan. I use it for French toast as I want a very hot pan to sear the egg covered bread. It seems not to hard to clean (it's not nonstick, so you will have some residue to get off after cooking), especially if you put something on the pan to help prevent sticking. I season my pan anyway with ollive oil occasionally although supposedly that is not necessary. Lodge makes quality cast iron products, the only problem you might have with one is rusting if you have continual moisture around it and don't protect it (like with an oil coating). It is actually made in the USA, what a miracle!Read More
This was my first cast iron skillet and it said it was pre-seasoned. Everyone warned me that it probably wasn't, but they were wrong! The first thing I made was homemade skillet cornbread and didn't season the pan. Absolutely fantastic...no sticking, cooked evenly and was delicious! Have used it daily since with the same results every time.Read More
It is a good frying pan but seemed small when actually in hand.Read More
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Thank you for contacting us ruthiemay. The steel pans are seasoned with all-natural soybean oil in our seasoning line at Lodge Cast Iron. The steel pans are black in color as a result of the Logic seasoned finish. The steel pans can withstand and maintain very high temperatures, such as professional gas ranges and campfires, making them great for searing. The steel pans can also maintain very low temperatures. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
Worked for me right out of the box (I did wash it lightly first).
is this particular skillet made in the USA? I noticed it didn't have the made in the USA logo on the page as the Lodge skillet set had,am confused!
Hello beaugi, and thank you for your interest in the Lodge Logic 10-inch Chef Skillet. I apologize for the confusion, but in the description, 5th line from the top states that the steel pans are made in the usa. I hope this helps, and thanks for shopping with us.
I think I saw on the box that it was made in the U.S.A.
can this skillet be used on top of an electric stove?
Hi beaugi. Thank you for your interest in the Lodge Logic 10-inch Chef Skillet. Yes it can be used on an electric stove. I hope this helps you, and thanks for shopping with us.
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