Netherton Foundry’s spun iron frying pan is the non-stick pan for those who hate non-stick pans. Unlike better-known Teflon which can peel or scratch after a year, the surface of a spun iron pan becomes more non-stick over time. Year after year, you’ll build a patina of cooking memories that you can pass down the generations – along with the pan!
Made from Netherton Foundry’s signature spun iron, the frying pan is lighter than cast iron but still has the sought after non-stick, patina-building qualities and durability. Suitable for all cooking surfaces including induction hobs, the frying pan heats fast and cools quickly. It also comes pre-seasoned, so you can get cooking right away. This pan is completely metal, so is suitable for using in the oven – just remember to use oven gloves before taking the handle! Before the first use, wash the pan with hot water. Do not use soap or detergent. Dry immediately with a towel, as leaving to air dry increases the chance of rusting. If you need to scrub, use a plastic bristled brush in hot soapy water, but avoid anything harsher. Avoid detergents completely.
The Netherton Foundry is a family company based in Shropshire – home of the 18th and 19th century ironmasters. Their pans are made from 99.1% pure iron and they use locally sourced materials wherever possible – the oak that makes the pan handles is British, and the flax seasoning oil comes from Sussex. Experienced local craftsmen use traditional manufacturing methods to bring you high quality cookware that gets better over time.
Caution: if using a ceramic or induction hob, increase the heat slowly for the first few uses to prevent buckling. Do not drop hot pans into cold water – this can cause the metal to warp or shatter. Not dishwasher safe.
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October 23rd, 2019