Large cast iron pan with handles
Cast iron all-rounder.
Cast iron, that means: optimal heat distribution. Generous format, that means: large heat storage surface. And thanks to these unbeatable advantages, this pan is not only suitable for roasting meat and vegetables. On the contrary, its full potential is only revealed when you also use the pan once as a baking, casserole or pizza dish. All this is possible - and more, because with its wide, easy-to-grip handles, this pan also makes an inviting serving dish. It is suitable for use in the oven and on the grill. We recommend using a little extra cooking or baking fat (or baking paper) for the first few uses in the oven or on the grill to strengthen the protective burnished layer of high-quality cooking oil that comes from the factory. Not to be sneezed at in this format: The snouts make it easier to pour off frying fat and clean the pan.
Iron casting is an art
Victoria in Medellín, Colombia, has known this for three generations. It is now 101 years since grandfather Raúl learned all the skills of iron casting. He was soon able to set up his own workshop, where he initially mainly cast small handicraft items in molds and offered them for sale. His love of cooking and good food then gave the company founder the idea of producing a cast-iron grain mill. Looking back, this was the start of an international success story, as the Victoria iron foundry now sells its cookware in 32 countries around the world.
Before leaving the now fully automated production line, each piece is baked with linseed oil (burnished) or enameled in the traditional way and is therefore not only protected against corrosion, but also ready for immediate use. You can therefore use your cast-iron pans and pots straight away. Just preheat them for a few minutes and perhaps use a little more fat than usual the first few times, especially to preserve the browning and prevent sticking. And please also remember to use highly acidic foods with caution and not to use your cast iron cookware to store food. Tip: You can freshen up burnished cast iron at any time with a little grapeseed or linseed oil.
Care instructions: You should not put cast iron in the dishwasher. To clean it, simply wipe the surface thoroughly. You can easily remove an occasionally occurring rust stain by applying a small amount of cooking oil with kitchen tissue. Please note that cast iron may leave marks on glass-ceramic surfaces.
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