|Special Features||Induction Stovetop Compatible|
|Mounting Hardware||Cover, Fry Pan|
|Material Type||Cast Iron|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Item model number||CIPS22-30H|
|Product Dimensions||48.31 x 31.8 x 6.4 cm; 2.86 Kilograms|
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Cuisinart Open Round Fry Pan, 12", Black
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- Precise heat distribution – cast iron construction provides best heat retention and is ideal for high-temperature cooking.
- Ultimate versatility – use for frying, grilling, braising, baking, searing, and sautéing a variety of meals!
- Effortless use – ready-to-use, this cookware comes pre-seasoned and is easy to keep seasoned with minimal oil. Smooth interior and exterior surface for long-lasting, easy release.
- Superior durability – constructed to last, cast iron offers unsurpassed longevity. Sturdy handle for secure lifting and perfect balance.
- Compatible with all stovetops, including induction, oven, grill, and broiler safe, Lifetime warranty
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Constructed to last, Cuisinart pre-seasoned cast iron is ideal for a variety of cooking methods – from frying, grilling, and braising, to baking, searing, and sautéing! our heavyweight, durable cast iron construction provides optimal heat retention and is ideal for high-temperature cooking in the oven, on the grill, or on all stovetops, including induction. Ready-to-use, this cast iron cookware comes pre-seasoned with a smooth interior and exterior surface for easy release, and is easy to keep seasoned with minimal oil. Sturdy handles provide secure lifting and perfect balance. Lifetime warranty.
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Because we have a newer radiant glass range top, I had forgotten to look into the cookware recommendations until after we began to use it. When I looked on GE's page, they indicated that cast iron cookware was not recommended, for two reasons-- 1) burrs or unevenness on the bottom can scratch the glass surface (which we feel can be avoided by not dragging the pan across the glass and checking frequently for rough spots on the bottom of the pan and/or guarding against damage to the pan) and 2) the high heat retention of cast iron radiates heat back into the cooktop, and can potentially shut down the temperature limiters when cooking at high temps. This, is probably only avoidable by not cooking at the highest temperatures, unless you have a different, non-glass range. Nevertheless, you should use the iron skillet advisedly, reading relevant product advice if you have a glass cooktop, and deciding accordingly how and if to use it on your appliance.
Fortunately, the Cuisinart pan is flawlessly made with a finely shaped design, a smooth, flat bottom, and no sign of imperfections, burrs, etc. It's a hefty 6 pounds, so more than your typical fry pan, but a great classic. It's a little harder to scrub clean, but a little elbow grease with a brillo pad will keep this durable pan clean and seasoned for your cooking pleasure. Take good care of it by drying as soon as you wash.