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ProCook Cast Iron Casserole Set

3 Piece Black


Typical Price £272

Only £136

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Product Description

  • Get this for just £99 (Normal Price £136) until midnight 25th September 2016 use code CASSEROLES3 at the checkout
  • 20cm round casserole, 28cm shallow casserole & 26cm oval casserole, hand cast from molten iron offering incredible strength and durability and topped with a smart, stainless steel handle
  • Enamelled inside and out with self-basting rings inside the lid
  • Suitable for all hob types including induction, dishwasher and oven safe to 260C
  • 25 year guarantee - ProCook design, manufacture and supply innovative quality products and cut out the middleman to bring you unbeatable prices
 

ProCook Cast Iron Casserole Set

3 Piece Black

Built to last a lifetime our ProCook cast iron range boasts a quality to rival top brands in the market place all at incredible prices. Both casseroles are topped with smart stainless steel knobs, and feature cast iron handles with enamelling inside and out. They have fantastic non-stick qualities, perfect for stews and casseroles.

Casseroles are hand cast from a single piece of molten iron with integral handles, the casseroles have a reassuringly weighty feel. Cast iron offers incredible heat distribution and so makes the perfect vessel for excellent slow cooking. Each pot comes complete with a lid featuring internal self-basting rings designed to ensure your dish retains its moisture.

A true workhorse in the kitchen, our ProCook cast iron casseroles come pre-seasoned, are suitable for all hob types including induction and are ovensafe to 260C. Casseroles are dishwasher safe, so cleaning up after use is easy.

25 year guarantee - ProCook design, manufacture and supply innovative quality products and cut out the middleman to bring you unbeatable prices.

*This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. The promo code must be entered into the promo box at the checkout. Strictly whilst promotional stocks last, ProCook reserves the right to cancel or extend this offer without notice.

Product Specifications:

Range:

ProCook Cast Iron


Features:

Self-basting lid

Enamelled inside and out

Stainless steel knob on casserole lids

Pre-seasoned


Contains:

20cm/7.5in x 17cm/7in Cast iron casserole 2.9L

28cm/11in x 16cm/6in Cast iron casserole 3.5L

26cm/10.5in x 16cm/6in Cast iron casserole 4.0L


Weight:

12,540g


Materials:

Cast iron

Stainless steel


Suitability:

Hob: induction, electric, gas, ceramic and halogen

Ovensafe: 260C

Dishwasher safe: yes


Guarantee:

25 years

 year guarantee period This product is suitable for ceramic hobs This product is suitable for electric hobs This product is suitable for gas hobs This product is suitable for induction hobs This product is oven safe up to 260°c This product is dishwasher safe

Item Code: S849


How to season: ProCook Cast Iron Griddle

Built to last a lifetime our ProCook Cast Iron range boasts a quality to rival top brands in the market place all at incredible prices.

Each piece is hand cast from a single piece of molten iron and features a reassuringly weighty feel.

Serious chefs enjoy using cast iron due to its even heating and non-stick surface. But to make it last forever you will need to take care of it.

Cast iron seasoning is essential to maintain its non-stick surface and prevent the pan from rusting. Once seasoned properly, the cast iron cookware can last a lifetime.

Step 1: Preheat the oven to 180C

Give each piece a wash before you use it for the first time Place the griddle in a hot oven, but don't cook anything alongside the pan as the seasoning process can be affected by steam created by cooking other food.

Step 2: Wash and dry the griddle

Clean the griddle thoroughly using hot water without detergent and use a brush to scour it. This is the only time you will need to scrub it, after it is season you no longer need to scour.

Step 3: Coat the raw cast iron with lard, vegetable oil or olive oil

Make sure the griddle is completely coated and rub the oil in using paper towels.

Step 4: Place the griddle back in the oven

You need to bake the fat or oil into the raw cast iron surface for at least 2 hours. When the time is up, remove the griddle from the oven and allow it to cool.

We recommend using a medium to low heat when cooking and not to allow liquids to boil dry in the pans.

Step 5: Repeat the process 3 more times

It takes more than one coating of oil to completely season cast iron cookware. It may seem like a lot of effort, but to get a truly non-stick surface that won't strip off when you cook food, it is worth it!

How to maintain a ProCook Cast Iron Griddle

Step 1: Clean cast iron straight away

Cast iron cookware is always easiest to clean right after cooking and before the food have had a chance to become one with the griddle. Once it is cool enough to touch, wipe our any bits of food with a towel and rinse in hot water (without using detergent).

If there is a layer of stuck on food on the bottom of your griddle, use a mixture of salt and vinegar to scrub is off with a paper towel. Rinse it afterwards to make sure you wash off all traces of the vinegar

Caked-on food can also be burned off. Place the griddle in an oven preheated to a high heat. The food with eventually turn to ash, which can then easily be brushed off. You will need to re-season the griddle afterwards, as the seasoning will be burned off too.

Do not use soap or a wire brush on seasoned cast iron. It will scrape off the seasoning and remove the non-stick surface, which in turn allows moisture to react with the metal and create rust.

Step 2: Dry the griddle completely

After you have rinsed the griddle, you need to dry it completely. Use a tea towel to wipe it of taking care not to miss any of the corners.

Top tip! Place the pan upside down over the burner you used to cook with, the heat remaining on the hob will help dry the griddle faster.

Or alternatively you can place it in a warm oven for a few minutes.

Step 3: Coat the raw cast iron with lard, vegetable oil or olive oil

Make sure the griddle is completely coated and rub the oil in using paper towels.

Step 4: Store in a dry place

Make sure the griddle is stored in a place where it won't get wet. You could also line the griddle with a tea or paper towel to protect the surface.

By following these guidelines your cookware will last for many years of happy use and will keep your guarantee intact.

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