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Cast Iron Skillet (11.5" Diam)

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  • A timeless classic design promoting healthy cooking
  • Low energy usage; heat is evenly distributed; suitable for all cookers (except microwave)
  • Made in solid cast iron - safe with metal tools
  • Pre-seasoned with vegetable oil for added surface shine & protection
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Brand Victor
Model NumberCW720
ColourBlack
Item Weight3.5 Kg
Product Dimensions51 x 38.6 x 7.4 cm
Diameter29.2 centimetres
  
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ASINB001VGYSIC
Best Sellers Rank 43,940 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.5 Kg
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Date First Available9 Feb. 2009
  
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Victor Cast Iron Skillet (11.5" Diam) [Kitchen & Home]

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Alessi Lover TOP 500 REVIEWER on 23 Oct. 2010
Purchased this skillet (fry pan) for use on an Aga, and found it to be a great item, if somewhat heavy. So heavy I can't use it myself, but what a better excuse than not to be able to cook breakfast as the pan is too heavy.

Now when it comes it does have a 'Victor' label on it not just ICD which is confusing (as would have thought it to be called that 'Victor' on the website).

Joking apart it is well made and cooks your items to perfection.... a little too heavy for pan cake tossing though. Think of Tom and Jerry cartoons and the frying pan action ... and you have it.

It has a super even bottom which is necessary for aga's so no wobble factor. Can also be used for other types of cookers except microwaves. So really a good all rounder to have.

Price wise so much cheaper than the big 'branded French' make but without any compromise.

Easy to clean and no sticking, plus healthy frying.

One that I think will last a long time.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A Johnson on 13 Mar. 2010
Its a big heavy iron pan and thats what I wanted. Even heat distribution cant be beaten. After its seasoned I feel its a better non-stick than teflon and you can use metal utensils in it. Just wait till its black before passing judgement. Always put it away with a light rub of cooking oil to stop rust. Will last a lifetime and pass to the next generation. Dont drop it on the cat or try to flip pancakes, a bit heavy for that.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. D. Lehane on 23 Mar. 2010
I already had a 10 inch circular griddle,made by the same company,prior to ordering this.I knew I was going to recieve a quality item,I was not disappointed.This is a quality item,really heavy...takes 2 hands to lift.This should last a lifetime and get better with age.Forget about expensive non stick frying pans which do'nt last.Purchase this you wont be sorry.Happy cooking
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ianstreasure on 24 Nov. 2013
I Purchased this pan from TKMaxx. My old cast iron Skillet had a wooden handle, so I could not use it in the oven at hot temperatures.

Please don't be put off by all the rubbish that is written about looking after cast iron pans, If you believe everything that is written you'll probably have some sort of breakdown just thinking about the responsibility of owning one of these bad boys, and you'll not live long enough to read all the contradictory accounts about looking after these skillets, so don't bother.

They are very heavy so if you are not strong enough to lift one, it might be best to look for something different. I use my skillet mainly on an old fashioned electric cooker, the heat distribution of these skillets' is fantastic and they are a joy to use and I do mean a joy. You can even use this in the oven as a sort of Baking stone for bread, Pizza, cakes.

Looking after this pan is simple, but I do know some people will disagree with my views. Even though seasoned I did re-season before use. I only had Sunflower oil or Olive oil available (I was not going to go out a purchase special oil for this)so used sunflower, rub oil over whole pan in and out with cloth or kitchen towel and dump in oven for a couple of hours. Then use as a frying pan but avoid scrubbing. After every use I wash out whilst warm with hot water, dry properly, then just rub a little bit of oil on it with kitchen towel. My last skillet was my Mums old one and was 30yrs old, It never rusted, or gave me any problems.

Please try one, they are a great pan all you need to remember about looking after is wipe a little oil on after cleaning and it'll outlive you!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Donny on 26 April 2012
I bought this pan as I was looking for something I could use in both the oven and on the hob and liked the idea of not ingesting and inhaling PTFE.

I hadn't used bare cast iron before so didn't really know what to expect. The first few uses were a disaster, whilst it says pre-seasoned, it still needs to be seasoned properly a few times before using it. I started by following the instructions of just getting on and using it to try and develop the seasoning but every time that I used it, food stuck that required a lot of elbow grease to remove and probably damaged any seasoning build-up that had developed. What I ended up doing was to bake it in the oven with a layer of oil multiple times and start using it as a baking tray for greasy things like oven chips.

Three months of regular use onwards, it now has a thick layer of seasoning that has made the surface of the pan almost totally smooth, a stark contrast to the sand cast rough texture it started with, it also has excellent non stick properties.

The trick seems to be to use a thin wipe of vegetable oil before use and to preheat the pan, doing this it is now my daily omelette pan and can be cleaned with a dry piece of kitchen towel, or just by pouring some tap water in whilst still hot and rubbing with a washing up brush.

It becomes an excellent and versatile pan, it is just as non stick as a tefal teflon pan I have (and no longer use), can be used on the hob, grill and oven. It is easy to clean and for omelettes and steaks it cannot be beaten.

Downsides are the handle gets very hot, it weighs a lot, requires a bit more attention than non stick pans to begin with (although now it just requires a bit of oil) and I don't like others using it for fear of them washing it out with soap :) .
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