Cast-iron cookware is seasoned by coating it with oil or shortening and heating it in an oven. It needs to be cured or seasoned if the pan is new or if the nonstick seasoning has worn off. If the pan is new, consult the ... More »

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Care for a mini cast-iron skillet by using it frequently, lightly cleaning with soap and water, and rub the skillet with a light coat of vegetable oil after each washing. Avoid simmering acidic foods such as tomato sauce... More »

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To make cast iron skillet corn bread, combine cornmeal, flour, sugar, baking soda and powder, and salt in a mixing bowl. Stir in eggs and buttermilk to create a thick batter. Pour the batter into a 10-inch cast iron skil... More »

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Cast iron pans are seasoned by applying a thin layer of oil or shortening to the entire pan, then baking in an oven preheated to 325 degrees Fahrenheit for one hour. The pan should be placed upside down on the oven rack ... More »

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Care for a mini cast-iron skillet by using it frequently, lightly cleaning with soap and water, and rub the skillet with a light coat of vegetable oil after each washing. Avoid simmering acidic foods such as tomato sauce... More »

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Cast iron skillets are seasoned by baking oil into the skillet within the oven. Proper maintenance and upkeep with seasoning can extend the lifetime of a cast iron skillet. More »

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A cast iron cooking pot is a piece of cookware made from cast iron. This type of cooking pot is typically called a Dutch oven. More »

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