Lodge Cast Iron Skillet Review
The Lodge cast iron skillet is the epitome of what a frying pan should be. It is tough, versatile with a classic design.
We really liked cooking with the Lodge for its steadiness and were surprised at just how nonstick a well-seasoned, high-quality cast iron pan could be. With just a little butter or oil, eggs and pancakes were releasing from this pan with no residue at all.
It is a bit heavy and does require general cast iron maintenance after use, but we think that this pan is worth a little extra care. We wish that the handle didn’t get so hot, but you just have to remember to use a towel or oven mitt when moving the pan around.
- Incredibly durable design
- Slick seasoned surface
- All-purpose design for stove and oven
- Classic design—always in style
- Steady once heated
- Good size and volume
- Uneven heating
- Requires maintenance after cooking
- Angled corners inhibit spatula access
- Handle gets very warm
At a decent price point, the Lodge really is an all-purpose skillet that can cook just about anything. It is versatile enough to use on the stove, in the oven and even outside on the grill. You will love slapping a steak on a sizzling hot cast iron pan to watch it sear in the flavor.
Lodge Cast Iron Skillet testing gallery
Features & Specs
|Size||26cm (10 inch)|
|Hobs||Gas, electric, ceramic, induction|