Universal Housewares Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron 3 Piece Skillet Set

May 19, 2015 - Comment

The preseasoned skillets enhance the flavors of the food you’re cooking, whether it’s peach cobbler or bacon. Includes a 6.25″ skillet, 7.825″skillet and 10″ skillet Universal is one of the oldest names in the cast iron and housewares business. Universal was established in 1842, we originally started with our cast iron food and meat choppers.

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Flavor-enhancing The preseasoned skillets enhance the flavors of the food you’re cooking, whether it’s peach cobbler or bacon. Includes 3 different skillets Includes a 6.25″ skillet, 7.825″skillet and 10″ skillet

Universal is one of the oldest names in the cast iron and housewares business. Universal was established in 1842, we originally started with our cast iron food and meat choppers. 15 years ago Universal decided that their next natural decision was to add pre-seasoned cast iron cookware to our already well established cast iron line. When you think of Universal cast iron you think dependability and reliability.

Universal pre-seasoned cookware is ready to use once it enters your kitchen. We have our factory coat each skillet with vegetable oil and bake it at a high temperature to make your cookware a natural and easy-release cooking surface.

The secret to home-style cooking is in the pans you use the Universal 3pc. Skillet Set is just the set your kitchen needs. This set contains 3 of our most popular skillets. Just like the ones Grandma use to have. Best used with a wooden, silicone or nylon utensils.

Care Instructions:

For best results hand wash, dry immediately. To prolong the life of your cookware we do recommend re-seasoning your cookware when needed. If you notice your cookware starts looking dull, gray in color, food starts sticking to the surface of your cookware, or you notice rust, just follow the following steps to re-season your cookware.

How to re-season cookware:

When you wash your cookware make sure you dry it really good. Place aluminum foil to the bottom rack of your oven to catch any dripping during this process. Pre-heat your oven to 350 or 400 degrees. Apply a thin coating of melted vegetable shortening (or cooking oil of your choice) over the entire piece of cookware inside and out. Place cookware upside down on the top rack of the oven. Bake your cast iron cookware for one hour. After one hour shut off your oven and let your cast iron cookware cool off in the oven. Repeat this process as necessary. Once cookware is cool to the touch, store it in a dry place.

What to do if rust occurs:

If rusting occurs, simply scour the rust until it is all gone, clean, dry, and follow the steps for seasoning.

Benefits of Cooking with Cast Iron

Factory Pre-Seasoned and ready to use Seasoning helps prevent rusting Use on most cooking surfaces, grills or campfire Go from the stovetop to oven with ease Flavor Enhancing Superior heat retention and heat distribution Great for searing in natural juices Keeps food warmer longer Naturally adds iron to foods Eliminates hot spots Easy Clean up Professional Results Do not use in the microwave or dishwasher Long Lasting cookware with minimal upkeep

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BillR says:

Good tools, and reasonable price I got these yesterday, and they were what I expected– really small, kinda small and medium. I’m not sure why others have complained about the sizes when they’re stated clearly, but you need smaller pans for various reasons and these fit the bill. After rinsing, I used the middle one to saute some ham and cheeses for sandwiches as a test- I mean, what doesn’t ham stick to? But the pan worked perfectly, nothing stuck, and cleanup was easy with water and a brush.So these are smaller utensils for special purposes, and from what i’ve seen are well done. I expect I’ll use them for quite a few years, and if cooking doesn’t become a thing of the past, my grandkids will still be using them long after. Iron tools are great in general and these are a good addition to my kitchen.[Two weeks later] Having used these several times, now, I’m still satisfied with the purchase. The seasoning on one turned out to be a little thin and let some of the metal show through on the…

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