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Is Cast Iron Cookware Good Or Bad?


For first-timers who are still thinking about using cast iron cookware, knowing a bit more about this range is a plus and this is why we will help you make your decision by giving you some important pros and cons of cast iron cookware in brief right here.

Cast iron is one of the most loved cookware range around the world and seasoned users will tell you that there is nothing better than this range in the market for them. However, for newbies to cast iron this range can honestly be a little daunting and this is why it is always a good idea to have the right knowledge about your pots and pans before you dive right in and buy this cookware.

 

Why cast iron cookware is good?

The best and safest non-stick cookware out there – A well-seasoned cast-iron skillet or pan will work great as a non-stick cookware wherein you do not even have to worry about toxic fumes or harmful material. 

Perfect for your oven – Use it on your stovetop or your oven, this will work great both ways.

Great thermal density – Cast iron has a great thermal density which means it remains hot for longer.

Long-lasting – Some might even say that it lasts forever. You will hear families tell you how a particular cast iron pot has been passed on from one generation to another.

Extremely versatile – This is one cookware you can use for almost anything making rotis, paranthas, searing your meat, for those delectable chicken curries as well as deep-frying those pooris – cast iron can be used for almost any type of cooking.

 

Cast Iron Cookware - Cons

The handle gets hot - You need to be careful while using it as the handle gets super-hot.

Cast iron is heavy – It is heavier as compared to other cookware out there so you need to use it carefully, however being heavier it is also more sturdy and durable.

Will need to be seasoned regularly – The upkeep of cast iron can put some people off but if you really want your cast iron skillet or frying pan performing well you need to treat it well. It's not that hard, have a look at the video below.

 

How To Season Cast Iron?



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