Member's Mark 9" and 13" Cast Iron Enamel Skillet, 2-Pack (Assorted Colors)
Why We Love This
These versatile pans will be your new favorites in the kitchen! Heat-resistant up to 500°F, the enamel cast iron pans are perfect for searing, sautéing and even baking.
About this item
These versatile enamel cast iron pans will be your new favorites in the kitchen! Heat-resistant up to 500°F, these pans distribute and retain heat better making them perfect for searing, sautéing and even baking.
With a beautiful enamel finish, our cast-iron grill pans can sear a juicy, sizzling-hot steak, burger or fish fillet with perfect browning. Our smaller sized pan is ideal for sautéing vegetables or seafood. Like most enamel cookware, due to nature of its process and ceramic-like feature, it is not considered to be non-stick. So add a little cooking oil or spray to the pans before use for easier cooking and clean-up afterwards! Helpful tip: Food, especially eggs – will stick if the heat is too high. So be patient. Don’t crank it to high heat because you’re in a hurry and then drop it down to medium heat. Give yourself a little extra time and have it come up slowly.
Enameled Cast Iron Cookware
- Wash and dry cookware before first use.
- Enameled Cast Iron can be used on gas, electric, ceramic and induction cooktops, and are oven safe to 500 °F (260 °C). Do not use in microwave ovens, on outdoor grills or over campfires. Always lift cookware to move to prevent scratching.
- Do not heat an empty skillet. Add water or oil when heating.
- For added longevity, pre-heat and cool your cookware gradually.
- Low to medium heat when cooking stovetop provides best results due to natural heat retention of cast iron. Do not use high heat.
- To sear, allow cookware to gradually come to heat. Brush cooking surface and food surface with vegetable oil just before placing food into the pan.
- Use wooden, silicon or nylon utensils. Metal can scratch the enamel finish.
- The heat retention of cast iron requires less energy to maintain a required temperature. Turn the burner down to achieve the desired temperature
- Use oven mitts to protect your hands from hot cookware. Protect countertops/tables by placing hot cookware on trivets or heavy cloths.
Daily Use & Caring for Enameled Cast Iron
1. Allow cookware to cool after use.
2. Hand washing with warm soapy water and a nylon Scrub Brush is recommended to preserve the cookware’s original appearance. Citrus juices and citrus-based cleaners (including some dishwasher detergents) should not be used, as they can dull the exterior gloss.
3. If necessary, use nylon pads or scrapers to remove food residue; metal pads or utensils will scratch or chip porcelain.
For persistent stains, soak interior of the cookware for 2 to 3 hours with a mixture of 3 tablespoons of household bleach per quart of water.*
To remove stubborn baked on food, bring to a boil 2 cups of water and 4 tablespoons of baking soda. Boil for a few minutes then use a non-metallic pan scraper to loosen food.
Always dry cookware thoroughly. Store in a cool, dry place. Do not stack cookware.
* With regular use and care, a slight amount of permanent staining is to be expected with enameled cookware and does not affect performance.