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Le Creuset Enameled Cast-Iron 10-1/4-Inch Square Skillet Grill, Cherry

Le Creuset Enameled Cast-Iron 10-1/4-Inch Square Skillet Grill, Caribbean From savory vegetables to mouthwatering steak, chicken and shrimp, the square Skillet Grill gives all the delicious flavor of an outdoor grill, then presents foods beautifully at the table. High ridges allow excess fat and grease to drain, and spouts on two sides allow for drip-free

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Le Creuset Enameled Cast-Iron 10-1/4-Inch Square Skillet Grill, Caribbean

Flame Skillet Grill Cherry Skillet Grill From savory vegetables to mouthwatering steak, chicken and shrimp, the square Skillet Grill gives all the delicious flavor of an outdoor grill, then presents foods beautifully at the table. High ridges allow excess fat and grease to drain, and spouts on two sides allow for drip-free pours. Ribbed cooking surface drains away excess fatLe Creuset’s durable black enamel finish (no seasoning required)Even heat distribution and superior heat retention Colorful, long-lasting exterior enamel that resists chipping and crackingA strong iron handle provides a steady grip during use and transfer

Each piece from our extensive range of high-quality enameled cast iron cookware is designed for ease and versatility of use, fitting in with all styles of cooking, all types of cooking appliances and any style of kitchen or dining decor. Please read this section before using your cookware for the first time. The information it contains will help you achieve the best possible cooking results.

Enameled cast iron is a remarkable and robust material that performs well with modern requirements for food preparation and cooking. Whether you choose to stir-fry, slow-cook a casserole, sear a steak or bake a cake, there is a shape that is suitable. Cast iron performs well for either slow cooking or high-temperature searing.

Cast iron can be used reliably on any heat source, including induction, and with any oven or grill. It has the ability to retain heat efficiently, which allows for use of lower heat settings in stovetop and oven cooking. On the table, a hot covered dish will keep food hot for second servings.

Cast iron can also be used to keep foods cold. A chilled dish becomes an ideal cold food server on a hot summer day. It can also be placed in the freezer for food storage or advanced food preparation.

The vitreous enamel surface is impermeable and therefore ideal for raw or cooked food storage, and for marinating with acidic ingredients such as wine.

Fennel Skillet Grill with Panini Press Flame Skillet Grill with Panini Press Cherry Skillet Grill with Panini Press Cooking tips for grilling:

Grills may be preheated to reach a hot surface temperature for searing and caramelization. This advice does not apply to any other products. For correct grilling and searing, it is important that the cooking surface is sufficiently hot before cooking begins. Sear lines from ribbed grills will not be produced if the pan surface is too cool, or if the food is too wet. Place the empty pan on medium heat and allow it to heat for several minutes. Do not add oil to the cold pan — the oil may become too hot and smoke.

Take a few drops of water on your fingers and scatter over the hot surface. If they sizzle and evaporate almost immediately it is hot and ready for use. If the water produces steam and has no sizzle, heat the pan a little longer and repeat the water test again. When the surface is hot enough, lightly oil it with cooking spray or brush it with oil using a Le Creuset silicone basting brush. Vegetable, ground nut or corn oils are recommended. Olive oil may cause excessive smoking.

Once a patina covers the cooking surface very little oil will be necessary. For distinct sear lines, leave the food undisturbed on the surface for several minutes. If the food is moved too quickly the lines will be poor, and steam from the food may be released onto the surface.

Any food for grilling or searing must be quite dry before it is placed on the hot surface. Wet foods will not achieve good sear lines and may result in a steamed appearance and flavor. Use paper towels to pat off excess moisture from foods. Oil can then be brushed over the food if desired. Foods that have been marinated should also have excess moisture removed with paper towels.

By squaring this skillet and flaring its sides, famed French cookware manufacturer Le Creuset offers extra cooking room for steaks, fish, burgers, or any food that benefits from stovetop grilling and the caramelized flavor imparted by seared grill marks. The ribs in the grill’s bottom not only provide those marks but also elevate foods so that fat collects between them for low-calorie cooking. Because cast iron is unmatched for heat retention and even distribution–no hot spots–foods will cook uniformly in the 10-1/4-inch-square grill. Enameled outside with a bright, smooth surface and inside with a black satin-texture finish, this is a heavy, durable grill that works on any stovetop, in the oven, or under a broiler. It’s also stylish enough (think French farmhouse kitchen) to bring to the table. Though it’s dishwasher-safe, hand washing preserves a patina that builds up with use and aids in the grill’s stick resistance. –Fred Brack

Product Features

  • Square grill pan made of even-heating enameled cast iron
  • Ridges impart tasty grill marks on food and allow for lower-fat cooking
  • Cast-iron handle and opposite helper handle facilitate convenient transport
  • Hand washing recommended; oven- and broiler-safe
  • Measures approximately 12 by 13-1/2 by 2 inches; limited lifetime warranty

Comments

Threemoons "threemoons" says:

Wonderful product, even though it’s specialized The only reason why this doesn’t get the last star, in my book, is because of its somewhat limited usefulness. However, if you live in an apartment or otherwise anywhere where grilling is impossible, this is the next best thing….like all other Le Creuset products this heats evenly and wonderfully and takes abuse. I got mine as part of a 6-piece set (along with a Dutch Oven, Baking Pan, and Casserole) and sorta at first saw this as a “filler” piece. However, to it’s credit, this pan can do even easilly-burned items like tofu dogs and fake bacon WONDERFULLY, which shocked me–I was convinced that nothing could give a “grilled” effect to those items. I even got adventerous the first time I used it and grilled some apple rings. I panicked when some sugar seemed to be burnt on for good despite a good soaking, but after the pot had been dried and put away for 48 hours it flaked right off. Forget what you know about nonstick surfaces, btw, and banish those bad…

kimnt "kimnt" says:

You’ll eat more veggies and fish! Healthy and tasty! Wow, I love this pan! I also live in an apartment, so this is a great substitute for outdoor grilling when you want a quick dinner. It’s not as good as the outdoor charcoal grill, but this has some advantages. It’s super easy. I use this pan several times a week. I pre-heat the pan, brush a little canola oil to the ribs, and while it warms up to the right temperature, I prepare the food. I cut some veggies (can use zucchini, squash, small eggplant, onions, bell pepper, etc), on the bias, so there’s more surface area, toss with olive oil, salt & pepper, and grill. You may have to do several rounds of it if you have lots of veggies. After cooking until just tender, toss with a little balsamic vinegar and olive oil. DELICIOUS!! Also, we’ve been grilling some great local wild salmon on this pan. It is unbelievable. It is very quick, so don’t overcook. Season with salt and pepper, and anything you like. Just practice a couple times, experiment with the temperature and your…

Gail Cooke says:

MANY A MEAL FROM THIS SQUARE DEAL! (1) Where is it written, who decreed that skillets should be round? (2) Why has it taken me so long to discover the advantages of a square fry pan?

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