Small Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet by Victoria, 8-inch Round Egg Pan with Handle, 100% Non-GMO Flaxseed Oil Seasoned Cat Iron Cookware, SKL-208
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- Small cast iron skillet has curved handle and intricate pour spout design for easy cooking, baking and serving (and just plain good lookin' too!)
- Pre-seasoned 8 inch skillet is ready-to-use. Victoria cast iron cookware seasoned at high temperatures using 100% Non-GMO Flaxseed Oil for a natural easy-release seasoning that gets even better with time
- Small cast iron skillet can be used for serving, cooking, baking, grilling, oven-to-table and more. Preseasoned multi-use skillet pan: Tapas Pan, appetizer dish, little pie skillet, dessert ramekin, dip bowl and more!
- Victoria cast iron skillets include instructions on use and care to upkeep and improve seasoning with time. Usable in all kitchens: gas, electric, induction, oven, camping, grill etc.
- High quality commercial iron casting for durability and excellent heat retention. Made in Colombia using European cast iron machinery. Lifetime Warranty
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SKL-208 Features: -Balanced, curved handle was designed by their engineers for better leverage and easier handling. -Bottom and rim of the pan are calculatedly designed to prevent warping and cracks due to temperature changes. -Comes with extensive tips and steps to upkeep and improve seasoning with time. -High quality sand casting for durability and even heat distribution. -Seasoned at high temperatures using single-source vegetable oil, smoother pre-seasoned "skin" than competitors. -Material: Cast iron. Color: -Black. Material: -Cast iron. Material Details: -Seasoned with Vegetable Oil. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -2". Overall Width - Side to Side: -8.5". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -13.25". Overall Product Weight: -3.2 lbs.
From the manufacturer
Tradition Gets a Facelift
What you Love. Now Better.
There is something special about the tradition and essence of a good cast iron skillet. Why not take that, and make it even better? Our cast iron skillets have just enough "smart" innovation to make them more functional while remaining true to tradition.
Get a Bigger Handle (on Heavy) Things.
Victoria Cast Iron handles are curved, bigger, more ergonomic, and quite frankly, more beautiful too. Get a better grip while handling your hot iron, whether in the grill, campfire, oven, or stove.
Making of a Better Skillet
- Curved Handle for Leverage
- Contoured Pour-Spouts
- Wider Helper Handles
- Longer Handles
- Bigger Hanging Holes
- Preseasoned with Organic Flaxseed Oil (NEW!)
- Superior Heat Retention
It's the Little Things that Matter
Look at Those Curves
Longer & curvy handles don't just translate to better maneuverability, but also to cooler handle temperatures on the stove (protective gear is still always recommended for iron products).
Our skillets and grills are part of one good-looking family, and they are all designed in harmony to look that way.
Keepin' it Natural
Victoria Cast Iron skillets have been praised by chefs and professional testers for their excellent pre-seasoning right out of the box! Extensive tips on maintaining and building seasoning are found on the packaging and our website.
Bake in it, Fry in it, BBQ in it. The Victoria Skillet is suitable for cooking in: induction, ceramic, campfire, grill, oven, & more. And to top it off, our skillets are deeper and have a wider cooking surface, allowing you to sear, bake and fry better.
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2.- Aprendí que con el uso se vuelve antiadherente
3.- Hace años mi esposo me compró un comal Lodge y como no lo sabía curar no me gustó, además de que costó caro
4.- Estos productos Victoria me parecieron muy buenos, en precio y calidad, porque el sartén que compré tiene muy buen acabado y el mango ergonómico que tiene me es más cómodo y mejor para levantarlo
5.- Me gustó tanto que he comprado varios productos de Victoria (El Wok, el mini sartén, el sartén chico)
6.- Lo recomiendo ampliamente.
The shipping cost to the UK is reasonable considering the weight of these items.
On the down side, having looked at the medium and the large size pans over the period of a week the price has been up and down like a yo yo. One day they are £20 to £21 and then up to near £30 and then down then up. ???
I have now got the 10 inch too. The pan is lovely and smooth, slightly smoother than the 8 inch but the seasoning on this one was a lot less finished. The 8 inch came jet black but the 10 inch was very much silver/ grey. However, that was not an issue as I have completed the seasoning myself and it is good to go.
Sobre el curado, me basé en lo que decía en la etiqueta, entonces el primer uso solo la lave con agua, seque y agregué una capa de aceite y calente, luego para cocinar agregué más aceite y no se le pegó la comida para nada!
Y los cuidados son fáciles ya que te acostumbras.
Yo no hice el curado inicial por los tiempos y porque decía que ya venía curada, no me arrepiento, me ha funcionado muy bien.
Por último, sobre el tamaño, es para un huevo estrellado a la vez si es muy pequeña pero funcional!
Yum. BOTTOM LINE. A cast iron pan is incredibly versatile. My Victoria 12 inch cast iron frying pan is well-designed, lighter-weight, incredibly well-seasoned after only 6 weeks. It is an amazing value that I expect to last the rest of my life. I am having a heck of a lot of fun discovering a new way of cooking. Although there is a new rule in my house, no one touches my cast iron but me!
You should season it at least twice before use or it will probably stick and you will be disappointed. This is true of this pan as well; Victoria has just given you a bit of a head start.
Remember to re-season after each use and fried eggs will never stick again. And you will find yourself smiling more.
I think I'm going to buy the larger pan as well. Recommended
I just bought the larger 12 in pan. You won't be disappointed.
Don't go China; who knows what you'll get..
Cons: The pan heats quite unevenly: the outside of 2 inches or so get significantly hotter than the middle. This would be lousy for a frittata, for example. But for frying, it's just fine and it is WAY better than Lodge.
The "seasoning" it comes with is useless and I removed it by scrubbing a few times it with Barkeeper's Friend until it was no longer black. I then seasoned it as I do with all my pans: heat to such a heat (keep the fan on) that a drop of water sizzles on the rim of the pan. Turn off heat. Wipe with vegetable oil. Let it smoke away and wipe it clean with a clean paper towel. Repeat until the oil no longer smokes upon application. Reheat and do again if you like.
The Victoria also has much bigger pour spouts....another plus.
The Victoria also has a much smoother finish. This is important if you plan to use the pan "as is".
I am going to sand both and re-cure them.
You can't go wrong with either pan but I think the Victoria is a superior design and finish.