Cast Iron cookware
We also sell a range of Cast Iron pots and pans all made in Thailand. Cast Iron is wonderful to cook meats on and compliment our products well. They come unseasoned, but please follow the instructions below to season at home.
How To Season Your Cast-Iron Skillet:
- Scrub skillet well in hot soapy water.
- Dry thoroughly.
- Spread a thin layer of oil over the pan.
- Place it upside down on a middle oven rack at 180 F. (Place foil on a lower rack to catch drips.)
- Bake 1 hour; let cool in the oven. (there might be some smoke come from the pan, this is normal)
How to Care for Cast Iron
- To get rid of rust stains, scrub with a wire dish scourer, and then re-season pan.
- To clean, use a stiff brush under running water while the cast iron is still warm but cool enough to handle with ease. A little salt is also a good scrubbing agent for baked-on stains. The most important tip is to never use soap!
- Before cooking, apply vegetable oil to the cooking surface, and preheat the pan on low heat, increasing the temperature slowly.
- Never marinate in cast iron. Acidic mixtures will damage the seasoning. Re-season if food particles start to stick, rust appears, or you experience a metallic taste.