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Essential Home 3 Piece Cast Iron Fry Pan Set
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Essential Home 3 Piece Cast Iron Fry Pan Set

Item# 011W032802530001P | Model# 0328025 | Added on April 22, 2011
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Step up Your Culinary Game with the 3 pc. Cast Iron Fry Pan Set Although you can find any number of cookware materials available on the market today, sometimes it's best to stick with the classics like this Basic Essentials 3 pc. cast iron fry pan set. Cast iron is the cookware material of choice for many professional chefs because of its even heating and incredible durability.
This 3 pc. cast iron fry pan set includes three cast iron pans that can be used on your stovetop or in the oven up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. The smaller 6.5 in. pan is perfect for omelets or scrambled eggs for one, and the medium pan is ideal for steaks or stir-fried vegetables. The largest pan, at 10.5 in., is the one you'll love for large family dinners.

  • The Basic Essentials 3 pc. cast iron fry pan set has an attractive matte finish
  • Each pan boasts a round shape with a long handle
  • Includes 3 cast iron pans for use on stoves and in ovens
  • Pan diameters are 6.5 in., 8 in., and 10.5 in.
  • Includes a limited lifetime general warranty
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21 found this review helpful
by Over-the-hill
October 5th, 2013
Cast iron

Pre-seasoned is NOT 'non-stick'. You need to learn HOW to cook in cast iron, and what NOT to do to clean them! I learned how to cook in cast iron fry pans over 60 years ago on a kitchen wood stove... For meats, the pan should be pre-heated to Very Hot, with NO oil in the pan. When you lay in meat, leave it alone! If you try to move it, it WILL stick. Let it fry for a couple minutes, and then you can easily move it without sticking. Eggs are a bit tougher to do, but the trick is to use a light coating of oil in the pan, and use a low heat. Heat the pan first, then add about a tablespoon of oil. Then add the eggs. Leave them alone, and they seldom stick. Or fry bacon in the pan first, fry sliced potatoes and then fry eggs in the bacon grease. Frying in cast iron requires a hot pan first... Or everything sticks. Cleaning? This is where most people give up and go back to Teflon? Never (NEVER) use dish soap or put cast iron in a dish washer! The oils from using them 'seasons' the rough surface over time. WIPE OUT with a paper towel to clean, after pouring off any excess grease, while the pan is still warm. If there are 'sticky bits' in it, use a scrubbing pad (without any soap) to remove the bits, under hot water. Wipe dry, then wipe pan with a bit of vegetable oil on a paper towel. Since you bring the pan up to a high temp each time before using it, there is no danger of bacteria surviving in the oily surface. I bought this set at a local K-Mart store, and love them!

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3 found this review helpful
by Kannan
April 10th, 2013
Seasoning less than required

These pans are supposed to be pre-seasoned but the amount of seasoning required prior to use is quite high. I chose to return the product instead of undertaking the seasoning.

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pritygirl

Heavy Set, Good quality like my mom had years ago

I am very pleased with my purchase of this Cast Iron Set! I even had my sister to order a set at the same time just because the reviews were good and product description was good. These skillets are heavy and each are a nice coo.king size

February 11th via kmart.com
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mentor53

Great Value

I use my set almost everyday. Properly maintained cast iron cookware is the best cookware you can use. These sell at a remarkable price.

February 11th via kmart.com
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NathaKD

Can't wait to use!

My mother had told me the best skillet to make peanut brittle in were the old cast iron ones. Didn't have time to shop all the second hand stores, so I did an online one and found these available through the website. I received them within about two weeks of ordering. It wasn't in time to make brittle for the holidays, but I can't wait to use them this month.

January 28th via kmart.com
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234sam

Cast Iron

I just started buying cast iron cookware so I was able to buy this set during the black Friday sale and I am very pleased with the set. I seasons them even though they say preseason and they cook great.

December 18th, 2013 via kmart.com
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sjestings

wonderful deal

I couldn't resist these at such a great price. I chose to do store pickup and that worked out great. I got them home and opend them up. they are great quality and I know that we will use them for years to come. Thanks kmart for a great deal.

December 15th, 2013 via kmart.com
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BRowe32

Gift of Convinence

This was bought as a Christmas present for my mom who hinted that she wanted another cast iron skillet. This will be great for her and provides more variety with the addition of the other two smaller skillets.

December 12th, 2013 via kmart.com
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December 3rd, 2013
sonimarie

These are the best!

I have been wanting to buy cast Iron fry pans for months. So when I came acorss this deal I jumped on it. I used the bigger pan for the first time and I loved it. Everything cooked so well.

November 16th, 2013 via kmart.com
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Over-the-hill

Cast iron

Pre-seasoned is NOT 'non-stick'. You need to learn HOW to cook in cast iron, and what NOT to do to clean them! I learned how to cook in cast iron fry pans over 60 years ago on a kitchen wood stove...

For meats, the pan should be pre-heated to Very Hot, with NO oil in the pan. When you lay in meat, leave it alone! If you try to move it, it WILL stick. Let it fry for a couple minutes, and then you can easily move it without sticking.

Eggs are a bit tougher to do, but the trick is to use a light coating of oil in the pan, and use a low heat. Heat the pan first, then add about a tablespoon of oil. Then add the eggs. Leave them alone, and they seldom stick. Or fry bacon in the pan first, fry sliced potatoes and then fry eggs in the bacon grease.

Frying in cast iron requires a hot pan first... Or everything sticks.

Cleaning? This is where most people give up and go back to Teflon? Never (NEVER) use dish soap or put cast iron in a dish washer! The oils from using them 'seasons' the rough surface over time. WIPE OUT with a paper towel to clean, after pouring off any excess grease, while the pan is still warm. If there are 'sticky bits' in it, use a scrubbing pad (without any soap) to remove the bits, under hot water. Wipe dry, then wipe pan with a bit of vegetable oil on a paper towel. Since you bring the pan up to a high temp each time before using it, there is no danger of bacteria surviving in the oily surface.

I bought this set at a local K-Mart store, and love them!

October 5th, 2013 via kmart.com
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theresa smith
September 6th, 2013
ForkU

Not the greatest but pre-seasoned and......

Definitely worth the price. they work very well and cook steak or any meat real quick. You actually got to keep an eye on what you're cooking. You can use lids from your other pots to put over them to keep your stove from getting oil splattered.

August 28th, 2013 via kmart.com
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Kannan

Seasoning less than required

These pans are supposed to be pre-seasoned but the amount of seasoning required prior to use is quite high. I chose to return the product instead of undertaking the seasoning.

April 10th, 2013 via kmart.com
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Eliza Rose
March 3rd, 2013
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February 17th, 2013
Derick

the best

Love my Craftsman tools

February 9th, 2013
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jojo0306

love it

i bought this as a gift for my daughter

December 21st, 2012 via kmart.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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nancy goodwin
December 3rd, 2012
Kurt Kline

Gotta have this!

Great price for the most important part of cooking

November 28th, 2012
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PRIYANKA AGARWAL

must have for every kitchen

nice

November 23rd, 2012
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CHRISTINE ROBISON

a must have in every kitchen, will last forever

nice set

November 22nd, 2012
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