Get a four-piece pre-seasoned cast iron skillet set to bring along on your next camping trip or use in your own kitchen.
Every good home chef knows cast iron is the way to go for so many great dishes and methods of cooking. Having the option and versatility of using cast iron skillets in a few different styles is great, and when it comes to camp cookware for the great outdoors, there's little not to love.
If you weren't familiar or were wondering about the positives of using cast iron, it basically comes down to heat retention. Cast iron features fairly even heat distribution, and can be used on a variety of oven and cooktops, even open flame. That's a big part of what's made them perennial best sellers. They're just as useful for a heavy duty car camper as they are a professional chef.
But if you've done your homework and shopped around, you know cast iron cookware doesn't come cheap. When you find a deal, you ought to take it.
That's why we're tipping you off to this Ozark Trail Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet Cook Set which is available online for just $24.50.
The full set includes a 6-inch cast iron pan, a 10.5-inch pan, and a 11-inch cast iron griddle with a removable handle for space saving. All the pieces are pre-seasoned with a thin layer of natural plant oil for the ideal cooking surface, feature the "easy pour lip" on the sides, and have a hole in the handle for hanging.
You can use it just as easily on a home stovetop as you can the high heat of a campfire. The four-piece set will let you sauté some vegetables, toss a steak on the griddle, and make a bake iron cookie for dessert.
Plus, packing up and traveling with fancy, nonstick cookware or high-quality stainless steel fry pan isn't all that feasible. The durability of cast iron speaks for itself. Not only will your cornbread or bacon taste a little better, but cast iron will last a long time if you take good care of it. Some cast iron gets passed down as a family heirloom. It's pretty incredible.
Like with all cast iron cookware sets, you should hand wash these frying pans and grill, especially before you use them for the first time. They are definitely not dishwasher safe. But you'll be hard pressed to find a lower price for this nice of a cast iron set.
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