This PYROCAST 34cm Chef Pan is perfect for making sizzling-hot one-dish meals,whether it is bacon and eggs, seared meat and fish or roast vegetables. Cast iron has exceptional heat - retaining properties, and even heating, which means that only low to medium heat is required to sear, and cook beautifully. The dual spouts help pour off excess oil and fats. The twin handles make it easy to carry from the kitchen to the table.
Heavy duty cast iron
Cast iron cookware retains heat at high cooking temperatures ideal for searing, sautéing and grilling
Ideal for home cooks, restaurants or outdoor camping
For use on induction, ceramic, electric, gas, grills or campfires
All cast iron comes with black patina - a pre-seasoning of oil to prevent rusting
Serve hot sizzling dishes straight to the table
The seasoning process has been started for you to help prevent sticking the first time your cookware is used.
Performance improves with every use and seasoning.
Comes with twin curved spouts for drip and mess free pouring
Before cooking, apply vegetable oil to the cooking surface of your pan and pre-heat slowly
Once the utensil is properly pre-heated, you are ready to cook
A low to medium temperature setting is sufficient for the majority of cooking applications
A vegetable oil coating is especially suitable for cast iron cookware for frying or searing.
It allows the excellent heat conduction properties of cast iron to be retained and to also protect the cookware from rust
Do not wash this piece of cookware in the dishwasher
Washing in the dishwasher will strip the seasoning and cause the pan to rust
After cooking, clean your pan with a nylon brush or sponge and hot water
Towel dry immediately and apply a light coating of oil to the pan while it is still warm
Store in a cool, dry place
Never put a hot cast iron pan into cold water, as thermal shock can occur casuing the pan to warp or crack
Cast iron gets very hot during use, always use oven mitts or pot holders to lift your cookware
Wash cast iron by hand with a nylon brush or sponge and hot water. If needed, use a pan scraper for stuck on bits. You can use a little detergent to wash your pan, however, too much detergent may wear away the seasoning effect on the pan, especially if it is not fully seasoned.
For extra sticky situations, simmer a little water for 1 minute, then use the scraper after cooled.
Dry promptly and thoroughly with a lint-free cloth or paper towel.
Rub with a very light layer of cooking oil while the cookware is still warm.
This protects the pan from rusting.
Hang or store cookware in a dry place.
The surface of the cookware is not impervious, therefore do not wash the cookware in the dishwasher as it will destroy the seasoning and cause the pan to rust.