Lodge Logic L8SGP3 Pre-Seasoned Square Grill Pan, 10.5-inch

June 21, 2013 - Comment

Put restaurant stripes on your grilled favorites like a pro. Low fat cooking as the ribbed bottom pan lets you keep foods from simmering in fatty drippings. 10.5 inch square skillet is Seasoned and ready to use. Product Features Square cast-iron grill pan with ribbed bottom for low-fat cooking Pre seasoned and ready to use;

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Put restaurant stripes on your grilled favorites like a pro. Low fat cooking as the ribbed bottom pan lets you keep foods from simmering in fatty drippings. 10.5 inch square skillet is Seasoned and ready to use.

Product Features

  • Square cast-iron grill pan with ribbed bottom for low-fat cooking
  • Pre seasoned and ready to use; electrostatic spray of vegetable oil evenly baked into surface
  • Sturdy handle with hole for convenient hanging when not in use
  • Hand wash only; oven safe to 500 degrees F
  • Measures 10-1/2 by 10-1/2 by 1-3/4 inches; lifetime warranty

Comments

Kevin K. Fosler says:

Does a good job, things to be aware of … I just cooked a thick ribeye steak using this grill. It’s the first thing that I have cooked on it. Similar to a cast iron frying pan that I have, this generates a lot of “smoke”. I had to take the battery out of my smoke detector, and open windows. I think I cooked it at a slightly higher temperature than I needed to. If smoke is a problem, think twice about buying this.The result is the best steak I have ever cooked indoors. It beats any electric grill I have ever used, and it beats the George Foreman grill hands down. I would say that the results are almost restaurant quality. I look forward to cooking hamburgers within the next day or so.I think this would work better with slightly less thick cuts of meat. Even at high heat it took longer than it would have taken on a grill. During the cooking I put a metal lid over the pan to control splattering.I think it will be a breeze to clean. Oiling it after cleaning, with the ridges, will be…

Crimson says:

It gets better with every use! This was my first time using cast iron cookware, and it was almost the last. After my first attempt, I was very disappointed. The second the food contacted the pre-heated pan it stuck to the it, and I mean really stuck to it. I had to tear the chicken breast from the pan, literally! The clean up was a nightmare. Everything was burnt on. It probably took me close to 20 minutes to clean the pan. I thought about trashing the grill. I thought cast iron cookware was a joke.Well, a couple of days later I decided to give it another shot. I looked up cast iron cookware on the web and clicked on a random link (unfortunately, I do not remember the link, but it was an old article). The website article explained (if memory serves correctly) that there is a difference between pre-seasoned and seasoned cast iron; it takes many uses to develop a good seasoning of the cast iron utensil; pre-seasoned just means that the first step was already started. It also stated that one should never…

fast_matt says:

The best burger you’ll ever make indoors! It’s cast iron, so you can run this pan as hot as you dare to sear the flavor in. Makes excellent burgers and brats, with nice grill marks but no burned spots, even when well-done. Try that with a George Foreman and your burger will be black outside and dryer than the Mojave Desert inside.

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