Each type of cookware has its pros and cons. Rivets are pieces of metal that serve as a permanent mechanical fastener. Before it is attached to your cookware, a rivet has a smooth cylindrical shave with a round head on one end. The opposite part, called the tail, is placed against the head’s direction during the installation process.
This two-pieced metalwork provides structure enough to hold handles of pans, pots, and casseroles. However, rivets are not considerably better than pans made with a single material. Since it can only bind metals temporarily, there is a high chance of it releasing its hold.
Dirt, oil, grease, and other components found in the cooking station may form a buildup on those rivets. This may cause mild to serious food contamination that could be life-threatening. It can also get shattered while in use that can impose serious burns and scalds.
Using a skillet without rivets should be considered. These types are made with a single material. The handle and pan themselves are cast in a single mold, compared to other variants that the pot is separated.
Utopia Kitchen vaunts their professional-grade seasoning method done inside their factory—which provides incomparable pre-seasoning results. Soy-based oil, which provides a higher heating point than regular cooking oil, is applied to every visible and hard-to-reach part of the skillet.
Prevent food contaminants from sneaking to the handles of your pan with this rivets-free cookware. Rivets can wear off through time, making your hard-earnt cookware unusable. Since this pan is cast into individual sand molds, Utopia Kitchen warrants their consumers the quality they deserved.
Versatility like no other
Unlike other cookware that is limited to a single cooking method, cast iron skillet offers wider cooking options: baking, roasting, stir-frying, basting, sauteing, simmering, and braising. The 12.5-inched skillet allows a copious cooking area while still being compatible with a stove, grill, and campfire.
You can also use this skillet on your glass stove, make sure that it is lifted properly. Glass is a delicate material that can shatter into pieces if used unsuitably. Gliding your pan may cause the abrasive material to produce friction against your glass.
Enjoy healthier cooking options with this cookware. The rivets-proof skillet prevents oils, meats, and other particles from sitting inside the pan. Foods that are tucked in the pan may produce harmful toxins when ingested. The lovely matte black finish means that it will not have any flaking or crusting commonly found on coated skillets.
Handwashing your cast iron skillet with mild soap and lukewarm water is recommended. Instead of airdrying your cookware, you may heat them at low temperatures until all the water evaporates. This will prevent corrosion, an effect where water oxidates the metal, producing rust.
The lodge is a USA-based manufacturer focused on creating the best cookware for an American home. Cook your food straight out from the box since this product is already foundry seasoned. This cookware has no rivets attached, which means that the handles will not break instantly while cooking.
Product specifications and details
- Brutally tough to withstand years of usage
- Cookware that can distribute and retain heat perfectly
- Searing, baking, broiling, simmering, sauteing, stir-frying compatible
- Silicon handle holder prevents burns and scalds to your hands
- Perfectly seasoned cookware for the best stick-proof item
- Handle holder is dishwasher safe; cast iron skillet must be hand-washed
Have practical cookware fit for your daily cooking needs. Lodge’s cast-iron skillet is a piece of professional-grade equipment that can surpass viciously hard cooking for decades. This cast-iron skillet is seasoned with advanced electrostatic technology—providing unparalleled heat retention and distribution.
Made with professional-grade cast iron, this product is durable enough to sustain long-term cooking. Due to its acutely high melting point of 2000°F (1093°C), this pan could sustain long cooking hours inside your convection oven. Since this cookware-bakeware is already pre-seasoned, you can skip the tedious process of coating your pan with oils and baking it to perfection.
Cleaning your cast iron skillet can be done with these simple steps:
- Allow your cookware to cool completely before hand-washing.
- Wash your cast iron skillet with mild dish soap mixed with water.
- Do not use abrasive materials (scouring pad) and chemicals in your skillet.
- Do not place your cookware inside a dishwasher to prevent corrosion.
- Soak your cast iron in hot, soapy water to remove tough stains.
Traditional cooking methods will be improved by using cookware from Calphalon. Seasoned to perfection, Calphalon’s 12-inched skillet is a work of wonder. Made with the finest materials used in cookware, this cast iron skillet is created to become today’s heirloom. This means that it can surpass extreme cooking methods, which some pans are prone to breaking.
Pre-seasoned skillets provide a better patina compared to homemade variants. Manufacturers use commercial-grade equipment and oils that can produce twenty times better and faster than the home methods. Patina leaves a matte black finish with a lustrous sheen—that prevents food from sticking.
Handles and spouts
Made with oversized handles, you can carry and transport your cookware from the kitchen to the dining table. The double handle helps you convey your pan with lesser tension to your body. Compared to other brands, this pre-seasoned skillet’s handle is made entirely of the same material used in the cast iron—ensuring that it can withstand high temperatures. It also doesn’t have rivets that can accumulate dirt through time.
Spouts are located at both sides of the pan, preventing unwanted spills from ruining your kitchen—transfer oils and other fluids from your skillet to the other container with this drip-less technology.
Hand washing your Calphalon 12″ Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet will prolong its overall shelf life in terms of durability and functionality. Cleaning can be done quickly by scrubbing your cast-iron grill with a scouring pad soaked in mild soap. You may discard using it since harsh chemicals found on dishwashing soap may strip away the pan’s natural oils.
Drying your cast-iron skillet can be done in two ways. You can wipe the liquid with a lint-free cloth (like cotton) until it is completely dry. You can place your pan on a heat source (under low) until the liquid is already evaporated. Do not dry your cookware by air to prevent oxidizing your precious cookware.