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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Clean a cast-iron pan by adding hot water and soap to the pan, then scrubbing gently with a stiff brush. After a few minutes, wash the pan under hot water, and towel it dry immediately. Apply a small amount of oil to the... More »

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Season, clean and care for a new cast-iron frying pan by covering the surface with cooking oil, baking it for an hour, and removing the remaining oil with paper towels. After using the pan, scrub off stuck-on food with a... More »

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Season, clean and care for a new cast-iron frying pan by covering the surface with cooking oil, baking it for an hour, and removing the remaining oil with paper towels. After using the pan, scrub off stuck-on food with a... More »

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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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To season a cast iron frying pan, clean the pan with water and soap, and dry it over a stove. Apply lard or cooking oil generously over the pan, leave it for several hours, remove excess grease, and bake in a preheated o... More »

The basic steps for reseasoning cast iron are cleaning the cast iron thoroughly, applying a thin layer of oil and then heating the pan. Reseasoning requires an oven, a scrub brush, dishwashing liquid, vegetable oil and p... More »

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