Use the Skeppshult traditional cast iron square grill pan for griddling fish, searing meat, and giving veg beautiful dark char marks. The high ridges are exactly what you want for making sharp, distinct grill lines that give food a dramatic finish. Plus the raised grill ridges mean fat drains away from the food, for proper grilling as opposed to frying.
You can use this pan on all types of hob, including induction, and the 5mm thick base guarantees a consistent heat, thanks to the precision milled concave base. However, the wooden handle is not suitable for oven use. This hard-wearing pan is designed to last from generation to generation.
The pan measures 25cm across.
Swedish company Skeppshult (pronounced hep-salt) has been making cast iron products by hand since 1906. The process starts with raw iron that is heated to a searing 1,500°C in the furnaces. The molten iron is then cast into special moulds, made from sand which can withstand the extreme temperatures.
Sand moulds can only be used once, and therefore each product is unique – no two items are exactly alike. Each sand mould is recycled and used for another product. Skeppshult seasons their cast iron with rapeseed oil (also called canola oil) from Osterlen to protect it from damage. This also gives the cast iron its natural non-stick properties.
Skeppshult’s cast iron is an environmentally friendly alternative to plastic-coated aluminium pans.
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