Bayou Cast Iron Pan Set (1-, 2-, or 3-Piece)
Heavy-Duty Cast Iron
Not just known for its old-fashioned charm, cast-iron cookware also comes with a variety of features and benefits that can make it one of your most useful kitchen tools. When treated correctly, cast iron can be almost completely nonstick, shedding off foods with only a light rinse. This means you’ll have to use less oil when frying up mushrooms or roasting potatoes, creating healthier, guilt-free dishes.
Many cast iron pans need to be “seasoned”—a process requiring the pan to be rubbed multiple times with hot oil—but these pans come completely pre-seasoned and ready for use. The seasoning gives the pan its nonstick surface, making it perfect for searing steaks, sautéing vegetables, or even baking cakes.
Stove to Oven
Oven- and broiler-safe, these pans can fry up an entire meal, then be transferred into the oven to bake or under the broiler for a crispy top. When your dish is complete, the cast iron pots can even (with the assistance of oven mitts and hot pads) be transferred straight to your table, where its heat-retaining properties will keep your dishes hotter for longer than a regular serving dish.
- Suggested care instructions
- 8” skillet: 16”x9”x2.5”; 4lb.
- 10” skillet: 16”x10”x2.5”; 4lb.
- 12” skillet: 20”x13.75”x2”; 7lb.
- 14” skillet: 22”x15”x2.5”; 9lb.
- 10.5” covered skillet: 16”x12”x4.25”; 12lb.
- 2.5qt. pot: 17”x8”x4.5”; 9lb.
- Cast iron reversible griddle: 10.5”x10.5”x1.5”; 9lb.
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