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Cast Iron Cookware

  • Retains heat well
  • Radiant heat reaches the core of the dish
  • You can restore the patina layer

The best cast iron pan that lasts a lifetime

Pure and genuine! Nature! Wilderness! You have just caught a wild boar with your bare hands, skinned it and put a nice piece of it in your pan. Because that's what you have, a pan. And what a pan it is! That is all you have. Your life has been reduced to the essence: wading through the river until you have a fish in your hands. That is survival. You and your pan. You're a hunter-gatherer, but with a great pan.

Light Weight Cast Iron Skottsberg Frying pan Cast Iron
Light Weight Cast Iron
Skottsberg Frying pan Cast Iron
€54,99
Traditional Cast Iron Skottsberg Braiser Cast Iron
Traditional Cast Iron
Skottsberg Braiser Cast Iron
€109,99
Traditional Cast Iron Skottsberg Casserole Cast Iron
Traditional Cast Iron
Skottsberg Casserole Cast Iron
€119,99
Traditional Cast Iron Skottsberg Dutch mini pancakes pan Cast Iron
Traditional Cast Iron
Skottsberg Dutch mini pancakes pan Cast Iron
€44,99
Light Weight Cast Iron Skottsberg Wok Cast Iron
Light Weight Cast Iron
Skottsberg Wok Cast Iron
€79,99
Traditional Cast Iron Skottsberg Grill pan Cast Iron
Traditional Cast Iron
Skottsberg Grill pan Cast Iron
€69,99

Go for quality and durability with a cast iron pan

With Skottsberg, you cook PFOA-free. Our cast iron pans have no unhealthy synthetic non-stick coating. With Skottsberg, you, therefore, choose a durable product with a lifetime of cooking pleasure.

2 different types of cast iron

Traditional cast iron

Traditional cast iron is heavy and takes longer to heat up but retains heat well.

Lightweight cast iron

Lightweight cast iron is less heavy but has more hot spots. On the other hand, lightweight cast iron does heat up faster.

Complete your bbq with a cast iron pan

Why use a cast iron pan for your barbecue? A cast iron pan on the bbq is ideal for preparing food that cannot be placed directly on the grill or open fire, such as vegetables, sauces, pancakes or wraps.

When using a barbecue, what should you pay attention to?
  • Make sure the pan fits your bbq. Take into account a long handle with a cast iron frying pan. If it is too long, your bbq may not be able to close. In that case, opt for a cast iron braising pan.
  • Use our pan handle covers. When you put the cast iron pan on the bbq, the whole pan including the handles gets hot. Use gloves or our leather handle covers.

Can a cast iron pan be used on induction?

Yes. An induction field has an electromagnetic field. The cast-iron pan reacts to this magnetic field, creating heat. This reaction only occurs with pans made of ferromagnetic material such as cast iron.

What should you pay attention to, when using cast iron on induction?
  • Increase the heating level slowly. Some induction plates have a booster function, which immediately increases the energy level. A cast iron pan does not like this, so build up the heat gradually.
  • Keep your induction surface scratch-free. Don't slide a cast-iron pan on the hob but lift it if you want to move it.

Use your cast iron pan in the oven

Making a dish in the oven? No problem for these versatile workhorses. Bake bread in your cast-iron casserole or bake a cake in the oven with a braiser pan. You can also brown a dish first and then post-cook it in the oven.

When using the oven, what should you pay attention to?
  • Make sure the pan fits in the oven. Take into account the handles. Otherwise, opt for a smaller cast-iron pan.
  • Don't burn your fingers on the pan. In the oven, the handles become red-hot. Use our leather pan handle covers if you don't have proper oven mitts at home.

Go for quality and durability with a cast iron pan

Our cast iron pans are so strong that they cannot be broken if used correctly. Therefore, we also dare say, with confidence, that they last a lifetime. We underline this with a lifetime guarantee on all our pans.

Pre-seasoned
Suitable for metal kitchen utensils
Resistant natural non-stick coating
Retains heat well
Suitable for open flame
Comparing the cast iron pans
 
SeriesCast Iron CookwareCast Iron Cookware
MaterialLightweight cast ironTraditional cast iron
Type, size and weightFrying pan Ø 24 cm - 1.2 kg
Frying pan Ø 28 cm - 1.47 kg
Wok Ø 34 cm - 2.17 kg
Casserole Ø 28 cm - 6.3 kg
Braiser Ø 31,5 cm - 5.58 kg
Grill pan Ø 24 cm - 1.85 kg
Grill pan Ø 28 cm - 2.9 kg
Dutch mini pancakes pan Ø 28 cm - 2.4 kg
PFOA and PTFE-freeYesYes
Lifetime warrantyYesYes
Natural non-stickYesYes
Pre-seasonedYes, twice.Yes, twice.
Ready for immediate useYesYes
Can you season the pan?YesYes
Reaches temperature fast          
Retains heat          
Even heat distribution          
Good resistance to acids          
Dishwasher-safeNoNo
Suitable for heat sourcesBarbecue, gas, ceramic, halogen, induction, oven, open fireBarbecue, gas, ceramic, halogen, induction, oven, open fire

Recommended by well-known professionals

Grill Master, BBQ book author, BBQ TV Chef

"This is the right pan for any job! They are durable, energy-saving, and, with proper use, good for a lifetime of cooking pleasure. Fried eggs, pancakes and meat, all work flawlessly!"

     
Grill Master

"Skottsberg cast iron pans are versatile in use, which for me makes them ideal for the barbecue. High-quality and made of a robust material that efficiently retains and evenly disperses heat. This ensures fantastic results every time!"

     
More information
Difference between a cast iron pan with or without a non-stick coating

Cooking with a cast iron pan without synthetic non-stick coating is cooking in its purest form. Untreated cast iron is free from chemicals, providing peace of mind while cooking. However, without a seasoned pan, food can quickly stick to the bottom. That's why most cast iron pans come with a non-stick coating, allowing dishes to effortlessly slide through the pan. At Skottsberg, you'll find cast iron pans with a natural non-stick coating, ensuring cooking without PFOA and preventing food from sticking to the pan. Want to learn more about the differences between cast iron pans with or without non-stick coating?

Using your cast iron pan for the first time?

Once you are in possession of a genuine cast iron Skottsberg pan, only one thing awaits you: immediately cooking up a storm. Nevertheless, it is very wise to read through the enclosed manual before using your cast iron pan for the first time. In fact, we have already seasoned your pan beforehand. But it is wise to rinse your cast iron pan with hot water and a dish brush before the first use, just to be sure.

How do you cook with a cast iron pan? 

Even though you may consider yourself head chef, there are a few points to consider when cooking with a cast iron pan. For example, did you know that your meat should always be at room temperature? And that you have to let the heat source reach a good temperature first to avoid thermal shock? Exactly. We thought so. So read our tips and tricks on cooking with a Skottsberg pan. After all, this is how you make sure your dish is prepared perfectly.

How do you maintain a cast iron pan? 

It's not just while cooking that your cast iron pan needs some love. Even after cooking, your favourite pan requires a little attention. So discover everything you want to know about how to handle your cast iron Skottsberg pan after cooking in our blog .

Can a cast iron pan go in the dishwasher? 

A big tip: above all, don't put your pan in the dishwasher! After all, a hand wash does wonders for your pan and your mutual friendship.

How do you clean a cast iron pan? 

Cleaning a cast iron pan can sometimes be a challenge. For instance, it is wise to use as little detergent as possible. The acid in this can damage the patina layer of your pan. Curious about more cleaning tips? Find out in our blog.

How do you season a cast iron pan? 

For the life of your cast iron pan, it is good to season it every now and then. You can do this in the oven, but also on the cooker. With a bottle of seasoning oil at the ready, walk through these steps to season your cast iron pan.

How to remove rust from a cast iron pan? 

A pan that rusts? Unfortunately, that is possible. Over time, your pan may develop some rust spots. Cast iron can in fact rust when exposed to moisture. You avoid this by always storing your pan bone dry. Rust in your pan anyway? With 4 simple steps you can easily remove rust from your pan.