How to Use
Rinse out pan and remove loose food with brush
Use chain mail scrubber to dislodge any remaining gunk and gently scuff cooking surface and side walls
Heat pan on stovetop to evaporate moisture
If necessary, wipe up remaining moisture with a paper towel
Apply a dab (about ¼ tsp) of Seasoning Oil. Use a paper towel or cloth rag to rub over all surfaces of the pan, inside and out
Wipe away excess oil to leave a dry, matte finish
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Season & Save
Follow the Field Method and cook with your skillet often to build a base of resilient, non-stick seasoning that can stand up to any kind of cooking.
For a deeper look at how cast iron seasoning works, read on below.
Blue jeans need wearing in. Guitars need tuning. Cast iron pans need seasoning.
Whether you’re a first-time cast iron cook or a seasoned collector, it’s best to break in a new skillet with a few seasoning-friendly dishes.