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Lodge Logic Two Handle Cast-Iron Skillet, 17-Inch - 17“ dia. - Lodge Logic
Lodge Logic Two Handle Cast-Iron Skillet, 17-Inch - 17“ dia. - Lodge Logic
Fry Pans & Skillets - This generously-sized Lodge cast-iron fry pan is deep and wide, and has dual handles for twice the ease in handling. With sloped sides and excellent heat-retentive qualities of cast iron, the 17-inch skillet is perfect to deep fry, saute, sear or stir fry large quantities of food. Greater surface exposure on this fry pan allows even crisping of hash browns and French fries. Pre-seasoned and ready to use, this cast-iron frying pan seals in flavors, moistness and nutrients. Ideal size to cook an entire breakfast, lunch or dinner. Deep fry chicken, sear steaks, braise vegetables and prepare blackened seafood. Perfect to simmer family-style paella. Baking on the stove top or in the oven, the Lodge cast-iron fry pan adds golden-crisp texture to rolls, casseroles and desserts. Preferred for outstanding durability and longevity, this 17-inch skillet is a healthy alternative to nonstick cooking. Seasons naturally with use. Dual handles for safe, easy transport. Safe for all cooktops, including - Specifications Model L17SK3 Material: cast-iron 17“ Dia. (19 1/2“W w/handles) x 2 1/2“H Base: 13 1/4“ Dia. Weight: 13-lb. Lifetime manufacturer warranty Made in the USA Care and Use of Lodge Cast-Iron Cookware Safe for all cooktops, including induction Oven-safe Properly cared for, your Lodge cast iron cookware will last more than a lifetime. After cooking, clean the cookware with hot water and a stiff bristle brush. Never use a harsh detergent, as it can remove the seasoning. Towel dry thoroughly. While the cookware is dry, but still warm from the hot water bath, wipe a light coat of vegetable oil or cooking spray on all surfaces. Store in a cool, dry place. Do not store lids on the pot or pan in order to allow air circulation. If you notice a metallic taste or see signs of rust, simply scour off the rust, wash the cookware with soap and hot water, dry thoroughly and re-season using the home seasoning instruction
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