Viking 4-Piece Cast Iron Cookware Set
Why We Love This
Viking Cast Iron distributes and maintains heat evenly so the pans cook at optimal cooking temperatures.
About this item
- Heavyweight cast iron retains and evenly distributes heat
- Stovetop, grill and oven safe with porcelain enamel interior
- Fry pan and grill pan have built-in spouts to pour off grease and liquids
- Dutch oven lid has "self-basting" spikes on interior to keep food moist
Harness the power of cast iron for searing, roasting, braising and more with this 4-piece set from Viking. Featuring a heavyweight Dutch oven, fry pan and reversible griddle, this high-quality cookware is designed for efficiency as most cooking can be done on low to medium heat.
The non-reactive, glossy enamel interior is durable enough to handle metal utensils but won't react to foods, keep flavors intact. The non-stick enamel surface features stick-resistant characteristics so clean-up is easier. Each cookware exterior is coated with matte enamel to resist chips and cracks.
Oven-safe up to 400°F, the cast-iron Dutch oven is great for searing and braising, with a "self-basting" lid featuring interior spikes that distribute condensation back into the pot during cooking to keep food moist.
Perfect for cooking in big batches, the reversible grill/griddle pan covers two burners and is pre-seasoned and ready to go. With ridges on one side for searing and smooth surface on the other, you can whip up everything from perfectly grilled burgers to fluffy pancakes.
The fry pan retains and distributes heat evenly to deliver beautiful browning on everything from bacon to cornbread. Plus, the fry pan and grill pan have built-in spouts to easily pour off grease and liquids.
What are the benefits of cast iron cookware?
Cast iron pans are extremely sturdy. When they are properly maintained, they can last a lifetime. Cast iron is ideal for techniques such as browning and searing. Once a cast iron pan is hot, it can maintain its heat. Plus, cast iron improves over time, the more it's seasoned.
How often should I season cast iron cookware?
Season your cast iron cookware before you use it for the first time. Then, after each you cook with it, clean it, heat it to medium-low and add a small amount of oil (1/2 tsp) with paper towels. Rub the oil into the pan until it's shiny and has no residue. Then, let the pan cool completely and it's seasoned.