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Lodge Cast Iron Skillet - 10.25”, Seasoned

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About Lodge Cast Iron Skillet - 10.25”, Seasoned

Closeouts. Bring home a classic cornerstone of cooking with Lodge's 10.25" seasoned cast iron skillet! Foundry seasoned, it can go straight from the box to the stovetop on the day it arrives.


Specs about Lodge Cast Iron Skillet - 10.25”, Seasoned

  • Material: Cast iron
  • Weight: 5 lb. 6.4 oz.
  • Dimensions: (HxD) 2x10-1/4"
  • Made in United States of America


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4.900000 5 Overall Rating: 4.9 Based on 20 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Season it again
Reviewed by CKL from Colorado on Wednesday, February 22, 2017
I know it is "pre-seasoned". I seasoned it again anyway and it works great. Usually, when I get a cast iron pan, I season it twice before using. This one I only seasoned it once and it works beautifully. It will last a lifetime with minimal care (don't douse it in cold water when it is coming di... Read More
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  • “What is the best way to clean this pan after grilling a couple of steaks, deglazing the pan drippings for sauces (transferred to a different pan)?
    Asked by D. from Southeast USA on 1/31/2017 10:30:45 AM
    • recommended for all ironware....never use soap to clean, never. Immediately after finishing cooking run very hot water into the pan & allow the pan to cool until you can use a scrubber of some sort, metal or plastic, to scour away any food residue. rinse pan well with hot water & allow to dry. some people then rub a light coat of mineral oil into pan but that is probably not needed for a seasoned skillet. you might check the Lodge website for any other information
      Answered on 1/31/2017 2:39:01 PM by westerner from NE Oregon
    • Hot water and a plastic scrub pad. Let dry and wipe a little cooking oil on inside. Despite tutorials online that offer very complex multi step processes cast iron is actually very forgiving. Once seasoned and used frequently it is hard to do it wrong. It is OK to use soap occasionally. Two no-nos are avoid highly acidic foods. No tomatoes or vinegar etc. They will affect seasoning. Quick browning veggies for a frittata won't really affect it. Second, watch the temperature. Many recipes call for getting the pan smoking hot. Be careful. The only way to really screw up cast iron is to warp the bottom through overheating. It will take a lot of heat but is possible. My favorite 80 year old pan has a slight bow to it probably caused by my grandmother forgetting it on the stove once. Bottom line, best cooking system ever. Use it, and use it often.
      Answered on 6/17/2017 11:34:23 AM by Elkhunter from Arizona
  • “Is the bottom completly flat or is there a ridge? ”
    Asked by Rwittman from Maryland on 9/4/2016 6:53:34 AM
    • There appears to be an indentation around the bottom of the pan. I think I would say it has a groove. Both my Lodge cast iron skillets have the same circle. I have a different brand which has what I would call a ridge, an outward circle. I wish I could add a photo. I think the answer to your question is neither ridge nor flat. It is grooved. I hope that is helpful.
      Answered on 9/4/2016 7:03:39 AM by court in the canoe from The Ozarks