Caring for Cast Iron:
Now that you have the best cast iron cookware with you, we give you three tips to make the best of this solid material:
Heat the cast iron cookware on the stovetop over medium-high heat and apply a thick coating of vegetable oil. Let the cookware reach a smoking point and turn off the heat. Allow the cookware to cool down and wipe off the excess oil. Repeat this process for about 3 rounds
Always wash your cast iron skillet and other cookware by hand. If you want, you can use a small amount of soap (don’t worry, it will not impact the seasoning). If required, you can use a pan scraper to remove stuck food. For those stubborn, stuck-on food, you can simmer some water for 3-5 minutes in the cookware, then use a scraper to remove the debris after it has cooled down.
Always dry your cookware with a cloth or paper towel before storing it. You can heat the cookware for some time to eliminate any trace of moisture as this often causes rusting. You should also coat your cookware with oil and remove the excess with a towel to thicken the seasoning.
What Cast Iron Pot And Pans To Buy – A Guide
Every Indian kitchen needs a roti tawa and this cast iron tawa is the best. Add an authentic Indian flavour to your Paranthas, Rotis and Chillas while being assured that this is a totally toxin-free product which comes with a lifetime warranty.
2. Meyer Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Frypan/Skillets
Perfect for food that needs to be fried, seared or browned. This skillet is also the best fit for outdoor cooking and campfire as it can handle high-heat cooking as well as direct contact with flames.
3. Meyer Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Deep Kadai/Wok With Glass Lid
Finding a cast iron cookware with a glass lid is almost impossible and this is what makes this kadhai even more special. This is the perfect to make gravy and sabzi as well as for delicious curries, sautéing, frying, searing, roasting and getting that authentic ‘charred’ flavour in your daily cooking.
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