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12inch/8Quart Deep Camp Oven-Phillip & Lea
12inch/8Quart Deep Camp Oven
Regular price $330.00 AUD $0.00 AUD

{Maker/Brand}Maker

Lodge

{Maker/Brand}Origin

South Pittsburg, Tennessee, USA

{Maker/Brand}Stock Keeping Unit

L12DCO3

{Specifications}Measurements

35.4cm (length) x 31.6cm (width) x 21.3cm (height)

{Specifications}Weight

8.8kgs

{Specifications}Capacity

7.6litres

{Specifications}Material(s)

Cast iron (seasoned)

{Information}Feature

Seasoning is a layer of baked-on oil that forms a protective layer. The result of the seasoning process is the black film that envelopes your pan. Maintaining the seasoning is achieved through cooking in oils and fats, or re-seasoning if the seasoning begins to wear. Re-seasoning your pan involves the following steps: 1. Scrub the pan with warm, soapy water. It's okay to use soap since you're preparing to re-season the cookware. Rinse and hand dry thoroughly; 2. apply a very thin, even layer of cooking oil (use an oil with a high smoking temperature for the best result) to the cookware (inside and out). If you use too much oil, your cookware may become sticky; and 3. Place the cookware in the oven upside down. Place a large baking sheet or aluminum foil on the bottom rack. Bake at 230 - 260 degrees C for one hour. Allow to cool.

{Information}Care Instructions

Washing your seasoned cast iron pan involves the following 3 steps: 1. Wash your cast iron cookware by hand. You can use a small amount of soap. If needed, use a pan scraper for stuck on food. For stubborn, stuck-on food, simmer a little water for 3-5 minutes, then use the scraper after the pan has cooled; 2. Dry promptly and thoroughly with a lint-free cloth or paper towel. If you notice a little black residue on your towel, it's just seasoning and is perfectly normal; and 3. Rub a very light layer of cooking oil (use an oil with a high smoking temperature for the best result) onto the surface of your cookware. Use a paper towel to wipe the surface until no oil residue remains.