If you are looking for a healthy alternative to non-stick vessels, you must give the cast iron skillet a try. These pans turn into non-stick naturally over a period of time because of the seasoning (a smooth coating of polymerized fat) that develops with use.
This type of non-stick surface is free of synthetic chemicals and requires lesser oil. It also adds a small amount of iron in the food that you are cooking in the pan.
Since you can use the cast iron skillets for years, it is very important to choose the right pan according to your use. These factors can be helpful to you in selecting the best cast iron skillets.
Pre-Seasoned or Enameled:
In India, most of the cast iron skillets that are available are pre-seasoned which are coated with one or more layers of polymerized oil that provides a rustproof and non-stick finish to it.
If you are looking for pans that are easy to care for, you can buy enameled cast iron pans. These skillets don’t need any seasoning and you can even cook acidic foods.
Enameled cast iron killets are bit costlier, if you are looking for an affordable option, you can buy an uncoated cast iron skillet.
The cast iron skillets are available in various sizes ranging from 8 inches (20 cm) to 12 inches (35 cm). If you live in a small family with 2-3 members, you can buy smaller models of pans. They will be light and easy to manage. If you live in a joint family, you can buy a 10 or 12-inch skillet.
While buying cast iron cookware, make sure you check the weight as they are a bit heavy. It might be a bit difficult to use a heavier pan after you fill it with food.
The cast iron skillets require some extra care and attention. Don’t worry if you are going to use a cast iron pan for the first time because we have explained how to use and maintain the cast iron skillets in the buying guide below.
Also, to help you buy the best cookware, we have shortlisted some of the best cast iron skillets available in the market. You can use them for a lifetime. Let’s check them out!
5 Best Cast Iron Skillets in India
|Lodge Cast Iron Skillet||10.25inch||2.27kg||CHECK ON AMAZON|
|Rock Tawa Cast Iron Skillet||10.5 inch||2.8kg||CHECK ON AMAZON|
|Bhagya Cast Iron Skillet||10 inch||3kg||CHECK ON AMAZON|
|Healthy Choices Cast Iron Skillet||9 inch||1.6kg||CHECK ON AMAZON|
|Trilonium Cast Iron Skillet||8 inch||8 inch||CHECK ON AMAZON|
Best Cast Iron Skillet Reviews in India 2020
- Lodge – The best brand for cast iron skillets
- Rock Tawa – The iron pan can be used for both deep fry and shallow fry
- Bhagya – A sturdy and robust 10-inch skillet
- Healthy Choices – Can be used for all types of heat sources
- Trilonium – Perfect sized pan for small families
Lodge has been in the market for over 100 years, and is deemed as the most trusted iron cookware brand. The major reason why we put Lodge Logic first in our list of ‘Best Cast Iron Skillets’.
Lodge cast iron skillet is just the right product for searing, sautéing, simmering, braising, baking, roasting and frying. That is because you can use it in multiple heat sources – Gas, Electric and Induction Stovetops.
It’s a factory seasoned cookware with a black platina kind of appearance, that makes it look elegant and makes it a non-sticky pan. The seasoning is done with vegetable oil.
Also, the coating of oil is functional and not cosmetic, that makes the it more authentic and capable of running for decades with little bit for seasoning done once or twice a year.
Some other very interesting features that caught our attention was:
- It is an eco-friendly product making it absolutely safe to cook on
- There are multiple sizes available, so you will not have to adjust with a particular size
- It is ready to use, which saves a lot of your time, energy and effort
We highly recommend you to go for the standard 10.25-inch iron skillet, as it suits all types of cooking. Be it baking cakes or sautéing veggies.
The weight of the skillet is 2.27kg, which makes it capable of enduring a lot of heat. So you can transfer it from stove to oven, and back to stove to get the perfect browning and cooking.
Warranty: No Warranty
Depth: 2-inchesOverall one of the best in cast iron skillet category. The main reason why you should go for Lodge is because of its brand value, which confirms the item’s quality and durability.
- Hand-wash the pan
- Use stiff brush to clean the surface
- Use hot water to rinse
- Even heating of food
- Not too heavy to handle
- Not ideal for cooking heavy curries
Rock Tawa is an Indian brand, that uses Green sand moulding (a process that enhances the quality of iron cookware) to manufacture its products. A good reason why we placed this cast iron skillet second in our list.
Rock Tawa provides similar benefits like Lodge, just that it is a local brand. You can use the iron pan on gas, electric and induction stove tops. Which makes it a versatile product, capable of cooking complete items.
The cast iron skillet is pre-seasoned with sunflower oil, which makes it rust resistant, and ready for immediate use.
The Rock Tawa skillet is 4.2mm thick, meaning you can use it for high temperature cooking. A feature that is unique to iron vessels.
What we also like about this product was:
- The pan is deep enough to cook light curries
- Rock Tawa skillet comes with an extended handle which makes it easy to hold for a long time
- The sunflower oil coating makes it non-sticky and ideal for making items like dosas and omelet
It is a 10.5-inch pan, making it an ideal choice for small families. Moreover, because of the skillet’s thickness you can cook 2 to 3 items back to back without worrying about the pan losing its coat.
The Rock Tawa cast iron skillet weighs 2.8kg. We found it a bit heavier than Lodge, but still easy to hold, lift and cook compared to other iron vessels.
Warranty: 1 year
Depth: 5.2cmOverall, one of the best cookware for rough usage. You can just keep cooking one item after other. All you need to do is rinse it with warm water and it is ready for next cooking.
- Do not use soap directly to clean
- Rinse the pan with warm water
- Use soapy water to clean the pan
- Season it after cleaning
- Ideal for back to back use
- Value for money
- Consumes more oil
The third in our list and for the good reason of being a naturally non-stick pan. Bhagya cast iron skillet gives you an enriched cooking experience. The brand has been in this industry for more than 35 years.
The cast iron skillet enhances the quality of your food by applying its touch of iron. Similar to the first two skillets, you can use this one-pan on gas, electric and induction stoves.
What is interesting about this product is that it is seasoned with Gingely Oil, with no added chemicals. This is the feature that makes this pan a good-health product.
Bhagya cast iron skillet is a practically designed cookware ideal for making curries, sautéing vegetables, baking items and you can also use it for seasoning your food items.
Here are some more benefits of using Bhagya cast iron skillet:
- Using this product will boost you iron intake
- The cookware is best for cooking semi-gravy items
- The item is manufactured with organic oil
This is a 10-inch pan, which makes it the best choice for all types of cooking. Also its 8-inch bottom helps in placing it on any kind of gas stove without the vessel getting tilted.
But, compared to its predecessors, Lodge and Rock Tawa, this cast iron skillet weighs 3kg. We did say it’s a bit heavy, but even then easy to manage.
Warranty: 1-year warranty on material and manufacturing defectOverall one of the best items to buy if you wish to stay healthy. The fact that the cast iron skillet is seasoned with organic oil makes it safe for your family.
- Wash the skillet with plain water
- Use plastic scrubber to remove the residues
- Dry thoroughly
- Season it with light coat of oil
- Lasts for generations
- No Teflon coating
- Heavier than normal skillet
The fourth in our list of ‘Best Cast Iron Skillets’ is Healthy Choices, that stands true to its name. This one is a long standing, health enhancing product, that gets better with every use.
What makes this iron skillet an apt choice for Indian households is it versatility. You can use this pan on gas stove, electric stove, induction, oven, ceramic and even on open fire, making it ideal choice for outdoor picnics.
Healthy Choices is a pre-seasoned cast iron skillet, but we are not sure of the oil used. A reason why we place this item on the fourth position.
But we did still deem it as one of the best iron skillet because of an interesting feature, and that is its wooden handle. So now you can use it for longer hours without feeling the burn of the handle.
Few other benefits of Healthy Choices Cast Iron Skillet are:
- You can use it for searing, sautéing, broiling, braising, frying and grilling
- The more you use it the better coating it gets, making it a long standing product
- The pan is lighter in weight compared to Lodge, Rock Tawa and Bhagya
It is a 9-inch pan, which makes it only a bit smaller than the others, but still perfect for small families, we did say. Also, it is 0.3cm thick, that helps in distributing the heat evenly.
The weight of the skillet is a mere 1.6kg, way less than the others, which is why we find it ideal for regular use.
Warranty: Not Specified
Depth: Not SpecifiedOverall one of the best items to own for preparing daily meals such as breakfasts, and semi gravy items
- Hand wash the pan after cooking
- Use gentle soap to peel the residues
- Use warm water to rinse the vessel
- Dry thoroughly
- Rub with cooking oil and place it for heating for re-seasoning
- Is a certified product
- Good for deep frying
- The wooden handle is a bit loose
The best part about cooking in cast iron cookware is that it adds some iron into your food, and that is exactly what Trilonium does.
Like Bhagya and Rock Tawa, this too is a Made in India product, hence the shipping time will be less.
You can use Trilonium skillet on multiple heat sources, such as – gas, hot plates, ceramic, open fires, charcoals, oven and OTGs, and induction. So, we did say this iron pan is again one of the best options for outdoor use.
The skillet is seasoned with Natural Cold Pressed Oil, which means you can buy and start using the pan directly without worrying about seasoning.
Other benefits that you get from Trilonium are:
- Lighter than the rest of the iron skillet pans that we have mentioned so far
- Comes at an affordable rate
- Best quality product for regular use
Trilonium is an 8-inch pan, meaning its smaller than rest, but is 6mm thick. So, we did say one of the best heat enduring pan in our list.
The weight of the skillet is 1.2kgs, which is way lighter than Lodge, Bhagya and the rest of the lot.
Warranty: Not Specified
Depth: 5cmsOverall a perfect pan that can be used for cooking multiple items, be it baking vegetables, or browning meats, for making crispy cutlets.
- Rinse with warm water right after cooking
- Use mild soap if necessary
- Wipe dry immediately after rinsing
- Do not scrub with metal scrubber
- Gets better with each use
- Has a smooth surface
- Not a regular black colored pan
Things to Consider Before Buying Cast Iron Skillets
While looking for the best cast iron skillets in the market, there are many factors that you will need to consider.
These factors can help you decide how easy and comfortable it is to use that particular pan. Let’s check out how to find the best cast iron cookware.
1. Uncoated or Enameled:
There are two types of cast iron skillets available: uncoated and enameled.
Most of the cast iron skillets available in India belong to the uncoated category. Since most of the uncoated cast iron pans come pre-seasoned, you can start using the pans immediately. But, with additional use and seasoning, the pan becomes even more non-stick.
Before using the skillet, it is very important to go through the instructions that come with the skillet set to check if it requires extra seasoning. If yes, it also mentions the recommended way for that particular skillet.
The only disadvantage of uncoated cast iron skillet is it is a reactive metal. Hence, if you cook acidic foods in these pans for a longer period of time, the seasoning can be damaged and you might even get a metallic taste from the food. Nonetheless, with a well-seasoned pan, you might not face any problems while cooking acidic foods for a short period of time. But, if you are planning to braise tomatoes for a long time, you should use a different pan.
The enameled cast iron skillet doesn’t need any seasoning and a few of them can even be washed in dishwashers. The special enamel coating helps in preventing the food from coming in contact with the raw metal. Due to this, you can cook any type of food, including acidic foods like tomatoes or citrus foods in this enameled cookware.
The only con of the enameled skillet is that the coating might crack or chip over the time, making the cookware unfit for any further cooking. The enameled cast iron cookware can be used on the stove. You can even use it in the oven, but the knobs of the lids might not be able to handle the extremely high temperatures inside the oven.
If you are looking for an affordable option, you can buy an uncoated cast iron skillet. If budget is not a constraint for you, then you can go ahead with enameled cast iron skillet.
The cast iron skillets are available in various sizes. The most versatile and commonly available sizes are 8-inch (20 cm) or 12-inch (35 cm). If you live in a large family with more than 5 members, we suggest you to buy a 10-inch or 12-inch skillet. But, if you live alone or in a small family, you can buy a smaller model.
While selecting the size, remember that the cast iron pans are a bit heavier than the usual non-stick pans. So, choose accordingly.
Weight is one of the disadvantages of cast iron skillets. They are quite heavier when compared to other cookware of the same size.
Whenever you are buying a cast iron skillet, make sure you check the weight. Don’t buy a pan that is heavy for you to lift because after adding food to it, it will become even more heavier and you might not feel comfortable cooking in that pan.
The weight of the pan also has an impact on storage options. Not all the shelves are strong enough to bear heavy weight of the cast iron pan. Thus, store it in a place where the shelf can handle its weight.
The heavier skillets hold and distribute the heat effectively and evenly. Thus, if you like cooking in a traditional way, you might not mind the heavy weight of the skillet.
Most of the cast iron cookware is quite thick that helps in retaining the heat in the pain. But, this thickness also leads to an increase in the weight of the pan.
Some manufacturers have started producing cast iron skillets using thinner materials. Such cookware is light in weight and thus, is easy to handle. But, the heat retention properties and even distribution of heat are not the same as that of thicker cast iron pans. Thus, if weight is an issue, you can go for these lighter cast iron pans.
5. Easy to Maneuver:
Since most of the cast iron pans are heavy in weight, it is very important that they come with large and comfortable handles so that it is easy to use while the pan is hot.
It should have a comfortable handle along with a helper handle on the opposite edge of the pan. With both these handles, it becomes easy to remove the hot pan from the stove and empty the pan. These handles should be sturdy and should have large holes so that it easy to hang.
You might not find the helper handle in smaller or cheaper cast iron pans. In such cases, you must check if there is a two-handed grip on the long handle.
You must also know that the handle of the skillet can also turn hot. Even though oven mitts offer protection, they are a bit bulky. So, the best solution to this problem is buying a pan with a handle cover that is made up of either silicone or leather.
We would suggest you to buy pans that come with slightly rounded stick handles as they provide a natural grip around the base. This way, you can have better control too. Since both the handles become hot, having a good grip or control over them even with a bulky glove becomes important.
6. Large Pour Spout or Lips:
Most users prefer using a pan with functional lips or pour spouts to prevent the mess caused due to dripping. Using a hot and heavy cast iron skillet with smaller openings can make it even difficult to use. Thus, look for pans with larger pour spouts.
You can easily find a good quality cast iron skillet at a price range of Rs. 1,000 – Rs. 2,500. While testing these pans, we figured out that most of them perform in a similar way. The only features that make them different from the others are the weight and texture. While the inexpensive options are heavier and come with a pebbly texture, the costly options are a bit light in weight and have a smoother texture.
How to Season Cast Iron Skillet?
The cast iron cookware needs to be cured or seasoned – both inside and outside including the lids. Especially if the pan is new and has not been pre-seasoned by the manufacturer, or if the pan is old and the finish has worn off.
Seasoning the cast iron involves the coating of your new pan or skillet with grease or cooking oil and then heating it promoting the bonding between the oil and the pan.
Even though you can use any cooking oil, it will be best to use oil with high retention property otherwise it can smoke excessively while seasoning. Some of the best oils for seasoning are coconut, canola, grapeseed, flax, and vegetable oil.
Follow the steps below to perfectly season your cast iron skillet:
- Take a small amount of oil and brush or wipe it properly, both inside and outside of the skillet or the pan. Even though you don’t cook on the outside of the pan, seasoning is required to prevent it from rusting.
- Heat the pan on the stove until it becomes very hot or starts smoking.
- Now place the pan in an upside-down direction in the oven at 450 degrees Fahrenheit. Placing it in the upside-down direction will help in letting the excess oil drip from the pan so that it forms an even coating.
- You can even place a few aluminum foils on the rack below the pan so that the oil dripping falls over this foil.
- By this time, you might notice the formation of smoke. Don’t panic and rush to open the door of the oven. Smoke is normal while seasoning.
- Leave the temperature at 450 degrees Fahrenheit for half an hour and then turn off the oven. Let the pan cool for another 50-60 minutes.
- If you don’t have to use the oven, you can leave the pan in the oven itself until it cools down completely. You can even remove it from the oven and keep it at a safe place. Since the pan is going to be very hot, you might need oven gloves or mitts to move the pan.
- A well-seasoned pan will look black and shiny with a smooth texture. You might also notice drops of oil beading up on the surface.
If you are not going to use the pan right away, we would suggest you to perform a second seasoning. If you have some time, you can even perform third seasoning to improve the non-stick quality of the pan.
How do you clean a cast iron pan?
The enameled cast iron does not need any special care. But, that’s not the case with the uncoated cast iron. You need to give extra time and attention to these uncoated cast iron skillets.
To remove the bits of cooked food, scrape it out or boil some water in the pan so that it loosens up and comes out by itself. Use a scrubber sponge or a stiff-bristled brush to scrub the pan using a mild soap and hot water.
Don’t use metal scrubbers. Some people even suggest not using soaps but it is fine to use a mild soap to remove the grease from the food (and not the seasoning) from the pan.
You can now wash your hands and make sure that pan is dry completely. You can dry your pan by keeping it over low heat on the stove or in an oven. Wipe on a thin layer of oil to prevent the pan from rusting while you store it.
What are the benefits of using a cast iron pan?
Even though it is a bit difficult to maintain or season the cast iron skillet, there are many benefits of using a cast iron pan while cooking. These benefits make your efforts worth it. Some benefits are:
- The cast iron skillets can be used to do a wide range of cooking – you can use them on the stovetop, in the oven, or on an open fire or grill.
- The cast iron pans can conduct heat properly and are safe to be used above 500 degrees Fahrenheit.
- After seasoning, almost every cast iron skillet becomes non-stick, making it suitable for all types of shallow frying. Most of the cast iron items come pre-seasoned with oils.
- The cast iron skillets are free of chemicals that are commonly found in non-stick cookware.
- These cast iron skillets also add a small amount of iron to the food that you are cooking. This, in turn, increases your daily iron consumption.
- Even though cast iron offers lower thermal conductivity, it offers great heat retention properties making it ideal for high-temperature cooking.
- You can use cast iron skillets for years.
- The cast iron cookware is almost indestructible. Even if the seasoning is damaged, you can re-season the pan easily. In worst-case scenarios, you can use it for your campfire or outdoor grill.
Disadvantages of Cast Iron Skillets:
There are a few downsides of cast iron skillets too. Some of them are:
- It can rust. A good layer of seasoning can prevent the pan from rusting but if you use it carelessly like scrubbing hard or not letting it dry, you will soon start noticing spots of rust.
- Until the skillet is seasoned properly with a good amount of layers, food will stick to the pan. This applies to even pre-season skillets.
- It is not suitable for cooking overly acidic foods. Since acidic foods pick up the color and flavor from the iron, the food starts tasting metallic. Until the skillet is seasoned perfectly, you should not cook acidic foods on the pan.
- The pans are quite heavy. Since the high density of the material helps in retaining a large amount of heat, manufacturing very lightweight cast iron pans are not really possible. Instead, most manufacturers provide large handles or helper handles to make it easy to cook.
- Unlike cookware made using tri-ply stainless steel or aluminum, the cast iron is not great at distributing the heat evenly.
- It requires special maintenance. Since the quality of the skillet depends on how well it is seasoned, you must be careful while cleaning. You must not scrub too hard because it can remove the layer of seasoning and you will have to start seasoning the pan again.
Things you should not do to your cast iron skillet:
Following a few maintenance tips can increase the lifetime of your pan. Some things that you should avoid doing are:
- Never leave a cast iron skillet in a sink full of water overnight or for a long period of time. It can lead to rusting.
- Avoid washing cast iron pans in a dishwasher as it might form rust.
- Don’t put the hot skillet under a running tap of cold water. The drastic change in temperature can cause the pan to crack.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How do I know that the skillet is well seasoned?
Most of the cast iron skillets come pre-seasoned. This means that they are already coated with multiple layers of polymerized oil that gives the pan a non-stick and rustproof finish. An unseasoned cast iron skillet comes in silver-gray color whereas the seasoned pans either come in black or brown color.
A pan is said to be well-seasoned when you see an even color all over the pan, without any dark blotches in between.
A well-seasoned pan almost looks like a non-stick pan and is deep black in color. A properly seasoned pan can be used to do any type of cooking and it prevents the food from sticking, just like a non-stick pan.
2. How to figure out a fake cast iron skillet?
If you are buying a cast iron skillet for the first time, these pointers can prevent you from buying a fake iron skillet.
Check if the handles of the pan are attached using screws or not. The handles in the cast iron skillets are a part of the same iron mold. Thus, if the pan has a handle that is attached using screws, it is a fake one.
Check the inside surface of the pan. If you notice a shiny or Teflon-like, or non-stick coating, it is not a real cast iron pan. The surface of real pans looks imperfect with a dull or rough surface.
3. What types of food shall I avoid cooking in the cast iron pan?
An uncoated cast iron pan can give a metallic taste to your food, especially if the coating has worn down. This happens when you cook a lot of acidic foods in the pan. Thus, it is better if you avoid cooking acidic foods like simmering tomatoes for making sauce.
Since the cast iron gets extremely hot, we suggest you to avoid cooking delicate dishes like fish as it can break apart easily.
Also, until your pan is seasoned properly, it will be better if you avoid cooking sticky foods like eggs.
4. How do I know that my cast iron skillet require re-seasoning?
After using your pan for a while, you might have to re-season the pan. Sometimes, the seasoning layer becomes thin. One of the first indications that it requires re-seasoning is food starts sticking to the pan or if you the color of the pan turns pale gray. In some cases, you might even notice rust spots.
As a rule, you should re-season your cast iron skillets at least once or twice a year.
5. Is it possible to remove the seasoning from the cast iron skillet?
Generally, nobody would try to remove the seasoning layers from the skillet but, if you want to remove it, you can keep your pan in the oven on the cleaning cycle. Or, you can place it over the grill till it reaches high temperatures. This way, you can get rid of the seasoning.
Once the seasoning is removed completely, you can use it like a new pan.
6. Is it safe to cook in cast iron cookware?
Yes, it is absolutely safe to cook in cast iron pans. In fact, they are a very healthy alternative to the non-stick pans.
But, if you have any pre-existing health condition or if a new condition arises due to excess intake of iron, you must avoid cooking in the cast iron pans.
7. Why are cast iron pans so costly in India?
If you buy cast iron pans online, they are quite expensive. One of the first reasons behind it is the weight. It is costly for the traders to pack, store, and ship these heavy utensils.
8. Can I use butter in my cast iron pan?
Yes, you can use butter to cook your food. But, if you are planning to season the pan using butter, then the answer is no.
9. Is the rust that forms over cast iron harmful?
A little amount of rust is not harmful. But, the pan is kept like that for a long time, you must clean it properly and season it again.
10. What is the difference between iron and cast iron?
While buying an iron utensil, you must know that they are available in 2 types – cast iron and iron.
Cast iron is made using alloy i.e. mixture of metals. Here, you will get around 97% iron along with 3% carbon and silica.
Iron utensils, on the other hand, are made using whole iron metal.
11. Can I fry chips or other food items in cast iron skillet?
Cast iron cookware is considered best for shallow frying. Shallow frying is a healthy and tasty way of cooking where the food gets cooked evenly, without using excess oil.
12. Some cast iron utensils come with a coating of ceramic. Are they safe to use?
Yes, ceramic-coated cast iron pans are totally safe and healthy to use. This enamel coating provides a non-stick coat to the pan so that you can cook all types of foods without worrying about sticking.
13. What size cast iron skillet is the best?
The standard size that we would recommend is a 10-inch pan. It is the considered the best for baking items like most cake recipes and also cook and sauté meats and vegetables.
14. How to re-season a cast iron skillet?
* Scrub skillet well in hot soapy water
* Dry thoroughly
* Spread a thin layer of melted shortening or vegetable oil over the skillet
* Place it upside down on a middle oven rack at 400°
* Place foil on a lower rack to catch drips
* Bake 1 hour; let it cool in the oven
15. Are cast iron skillets sticky?
Cast iron skillets will act just like non-stick pans, when they are pre-seasoned, and also when you keep seasoning them.
We have discussed about seasoning cast iron skillets in our buying guide. You can refer it to learn more.
16. What is the best brand of cast iron skillet?
After an extensive research we have listed 5 best cast iron skillets in our list. Among them Lodge tops the list, and has been recommended by number of users too.
17. How can you tell if a cast iron skillet is good or not?
* Cast iron skillets are heavy
* Their handles will be a part of the pan and not attached with screws
* They will not be rusted or discolored
* If the surface of the skillet is shiny like Teflon or non-stick then it is not an original item
18. How to maintain a cast iron skillet?
The moment you are done with cooking on your cast iron skillet clean it with warm water. Do not leave it in cold water, as it may rust.
Also, wipe the interior surface with paper towel to remove the extra food and oil.
For further information, go through our ‘Buying Guide’.
There are three good reasons why you should be cooking on iron cast skillets – it fortifies your food with iron, unlike non-stick cooking items it does not have any chipping issues, and you can use it continuously without bothering about the vessel getting overheated.
Also, an interesting fact about iron skillets is that they get better with every use.
Now that makes this cookware a legacy that can be passed on to generations!
We did strongly recommend cast iron skillets to everyone who wish to stay healthy and also eat tasty food.
Our personal favorite is Lodge Cast Iron Skillet, for the obvious reason of brand name, and also because it is an eco-friendly product.
We hope that this review article has helped you to make the right choice, and also provided enough information about cast iron skillets.
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Also, if you have already used any of these 6 iron skillets then let us know about your experience.
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