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Lodge L10SK3 12-Inch Logic Pre-Seasoned Skillet (Charcoal)
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- 12-Inch in diameter, 2-Inch deep
- Heirloom pan for kitchen or camping
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Size: 12 Inch | Color Name: Charcoal
Seasoned, ready to use. This 12-Inch skillet is a kitchen's most essential item. The even heating of cast iron is necessary for golden, tender, perfectly pan-fried chicken. What other cookware can rival the heat retention, versatility, value and durability of cast iron.
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First, let me say the larger 12" is too wide for most electric stove burners; it will overlap the cold part of the stove too much for effective, even cooking. Unless you have a stove top with extra large burners, stick with the 10 1/4 inch Lodge pans.
The 10 1/4 is exactly the right size to cover the typical "large" stove top burner - the spiral type or flat ceramic surfaces.
There are a number of accessories available from Lodge that fit this and other skillets. For example, if you add their cast iron lid, it becomes a "roasting" (or "broasting") skillet for oven use.
Add their glass lid for either stove top or oven use - the plastic handle is safe up to 400F.
What's interesting is those extras also fit the 10 1/4 deep version of this skillet so you don't have a bunch of duplicate, incompatible accessories around.
For daily use, the non-deep version is my go-to pan. The size and shape are ideal, as large as will fit on a typical stove burner.
Rub a steak in salt and pepper, drop it in the skillet pre-heated with some oil and butter and sear on both sides of a few minutes. Perfectly cooked steak, as good or better than if you'd grilled over fire. Try cooking burgers and hot dogs on cast iron too - they get nicely crusted over, like you'd expect from a BBQ. This, of course, isn't unique to Lodge brand cast iron but Lodge has made just about the ideal form factor for kitchen use, with this 10-1/4 skillet and it's deeper counterpart.
As with all Lodge cast iron, these skillets come pre-seasoned.Read more ›
This is a tiny skillet, at just six inches, it is the perfect size for the smallest burner on my range.
However, despite the miniature size (or perhaps because of it), this skillet has become my go-to pan for everyday cooking.
Breakfast? Eggs (omelets, two-egg fried eggs, scrambled eggs, whatever), sausages, even pan-fried bread. Yum.
Lunch or dinner? I have cooked salmon, burgers, meatballs, tandoori chicken, "grilled" veggies, mini stirfries in this skillet ... this one skillet really can do it all.
Ever had pan-seared scallops? This pan is perfect for that, too. Filet mignon tastes almost as good broiled in this pan as it does on the barbeque.
In a pinch, I could use this skillet to make cornbread, but haven't done that yet.
The small size makes it trivially easy to cook just the right amount for one or two people, and also means I don't dread the cleanup.
If you're feeding a large family or cooking for a party, you may want a larger skillet, but for just yourself or just for two, this skillet is hard to beat.
By the way, if you manage to lose the pre-seasoned coating (I've been aggressive with the scrubbing occasionally), just cook with a bit of oil the next time you use the skillet ... the pan seasons itself again as you cook in it!
All in all, I'd highly recommend this pan. Now I just need to buy myself a larger one for those occasions when I have company coming over!
They rust and this is the nature of it, but all you can do is to prevent it.
It said it came pre-seasoned, yet this is certainly not the case. I was too dumb to rinse it very briefly with water the first night I got it, then I wipe it dry with paper towel, hoping to season it the other day and use it later the week, only to find it actually developed rust here and there, before I have cooked an egg. 3 stars given to the absent pre-seasoning.
I just followed the procedure and did a full seasoning with dedicated oil and in pre-heated oven of 350F for an hour, will see if it happens again.
If that's so I think I have to consider getting a dry box : (
So I managed to season it with various way, trying with just peanut oil, then switched to a specific cast iron oil (which is just another blend of coconut and vegetable oil), finally I settled on using flaxseed oil as this.
Nature's Bounty Organic Cold Pressed Flaxseed Oil 8 ounce
You may search on Google about using flaxseed oil to season the skillet, people did it and found it made the strongest protective layer that wouldn't come off as by using other types of oil. I got a pretty satisfying result, highly recommended.
With the proper seasoning now I don't find rust on the skillet, which I would say I like it.
So I have seen many people saying sanding it with sandpaper (or if you have random orbital sander (ROS) or something powerful), you get a better skillet.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
JUST LOVE IT. Easy care too.
Bit smaller for family of 4 but since it's cast iron, I don't want heavier one and this size perfectly fits our stave.
Love this pan. Lodge is great quality. This was a gift for a friend but we've had ours for several years and love it. Treat it well and it will serve you well for a long time.Published 17 days ago by Michael B
Heavy duty! Exactly what was advertised. After a few seasonings it's already non stick. Very low maintenance. Love it!Published 22 days ago by Amazon Customer
Never used one before wish I had. Love my fry pan !
Downside should have had one years ago.
It is very small but good for most things for the two of us.
I'll never buy anything but Lodge cast iron pans in the future. So much nicer than any other pans I've bought. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Judy Falardeau
Got this for a family member since I already own one and know how wonderful they are. Fantastic skilletPublished 22 days ago by t4iga