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Set of (3) 2-Piece Mini Cast Iron Cook Set in Gift Box

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Set of (3) 2-Piece Mini Cast Iron Cook Set in Gift Box is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best cast iron pans These are perfect for small cakes, muffins, biscuits, cornbread, etc. If you love the crisp, crunchy edges then these are perfect!! Perfect for brownies as well!!
Date published: 2021-01-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from These Pans Are Not Pre-Seasoned As Advertised. Are these pans pre-seasoned? The guest chef that presented the pans with QVC host, Dan, said they are. But no other pre-seasoned cast iron skillets that I own, have the greyish, chalky finish like these pans. You can tell the pans that both the chef and Dan hold up for the camera, have been pre-seasoned. They have a deep, rich, shiny black finish. As mentioned, all of the pans I got were more of a washed-out, matte black finish, leading me to believe they were not pre-seasoned and were NOT ready to go right out of the box. Another reason I don't believe these pans were pre-seasoned is because of the many complaints reviewers left, claiing that after a couple of uses, the pans began to rust. A pre-seasoned pan will not rust (even when run underwater), as long as they have been preseasoned first and are towel dried right afterward. That said, I don't mind that these pans were not pre-seasoned (keep in mind, even pans that come well pre-seasoned are going to have to be RE-SEASONED eventually after use and washings). It just meant I'd have to spend a little time seasoning them before using them. I like the size of these pans. I plan to use them for individual chicken and beef pot pies, stews, mac and cheese, dips, individual nacho servings, etc, so their size for me is perfect. They are also inexpensive (which is why I am more forgiving that they did not come seasoned). To be honest, I figured these pans would need to be pre-seasoned before using them anyway (given the low price of them). So, I took all of my pans out of the box, took a damp cloth, and wiped them down. Then made sure to dry them thoroughly. These pans are very rough. When I tried to rub oil on them to begin the seasoning process, the paper towel I was using left behind small pieces of towel. So I switched to a lint-free kitchen/bar towel. I placed a thin coat of oil all over the pans (inside and bottom, and handles), making sure not to miss any spots. Make sure you don't forget about the inside of the handles. You have to reach in there and make sure they are covered with oil just like the rest of the pan. Then, I pre-heated my oven to 450 degrees and once pre-heated, placed the pans inside the oven (upside down) and baked them for 60 minutes (at 450 degrees). Then I let them cool. Then I repeated the process all over again one more time, beginning with applying a 2nd thin coat of oil. (NOTE: It's important you only use a thin coat of oil. Don't try to rush the process by globbing on the oil or your pans will become sticky after it is baked). I've included some before and after photos. Baking on the oil ensures that the oil will fuse/bond to the cast iron. It will create a very hard surface. This process is called polymerization. I haven't used these pans yet, but I'm hoping that by seasoning these pans like this, that I won't have that 'rust' problem that others have had.
Date published: 2020-12-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not as presented. This was presented as being pre-cured and that you could get it home and use it right away. I attempted to fry an egg in the skillet; it stuck such that I had to literally scrape it out of the pan. Not a good buy.
Date published: 2020-10-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Did we get the same pans? I don't know if I got the same pans as some of these reviewers because how they are making 2 eggs and toast in one of these is baffling. This morning I tried to cook 2 pieces of bacon. Cut them in half and still not enough room to lay them side by side in the pan. Then in the second pan I was going to fry 1 egg, not 2 like others say they do. No room to turn the egg over and ending up making such a mess I just scrambled it. Both the bacon and egg stuck to the pan terrible so I did the best I could to get them clean and plan to re-season them before trying anything else. These are small I think maybe the perfect size for a cookie or a side dish but some of these reviews make it seem like you have room for much more in them. I have not decided if I will keep them. I might try something else and see how it goes. The value is good and they seem well made.
Date published: 2020-09-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 2 piece mini cast iron cook set HORRIBLE took out the box and washed and they RUSTED!!!N
Date published: 2020-09-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Cute pans, but tiny You can't cook a grilled cheese sandwich in these pans, the bread won't fit. I thought I could at least cook that.
Date published: 2020-07-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Undecided 1st. These JUST arrived, so I am still neutral at this juncture. 2. To be clear about the size, 6 Inch pans are SMALL. One fried egg will completely fill the bottom surface of these pans, the whole diameter. These are not going to bake a pizza bigger than an egg sized personal size so the comments about pizza are def going to be individual pizzas but that's not a bad thing, These are perfect for individual deserts, think Blondies for example. 3. Most Cast Iron is BLACK. These are a very wierd shade of GRAY. I intend to clean them and possibly read very likely will strip this weird colored season off completely and start over w fresh seasoning that is created by know source of product used. I pain in the A** for 6 new pans never used, not rusted. These also feel a bit thin, def not LODGE quality. Mfcr. Unknown. 3rd. The price point is good for individual serving sized pans. I wish they all had the dual handles tho.
Date published: 2020-07-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not For Me I cook in cast iron alot. These are poorly made. Not for me.
Date published: 2020-07-11
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