The cast iron grill pan cooking is everywhere these days — from one-pan pasta to sheet-pan meals. We are all trying to avoid washing multiple pans after dinner each night. A large cast-iron skillet has been my secret to one-pan cooking since long before the one-pan cooking craze. The reasons are simple and straightforward.
Cast Iron Grill Skillet Heat Evenly
Cast iron grill skillet is in every home kitchen, making it nearly impervious to damage and the king of holding on to heat. Even heating means that meats brown better and vegetables cook faster without having to constantly manage the heat source or rotate pans in the oven. Cast iron is ideal for frying and baking because it holds and distributes heat so well. The same cannot be said of your favorite pasta pot or baking sheet.
Cast Iron Grill Pan Can Go from Stovetop to Oven
This nonstick grill pan is compatible w/ all heating methods. Works on gas, induction, glass-ceramic & electric stovetop. Cast iron pan could be used in everywhere, not including the microwave oven. while sheet-pan meals use only the oven, but one-pan cast iron cooking gives the best of both worlds. Brown chicken in the skillet on the stovetop, then add onions, potatoes, and carrots to the skillet and place the whole thing in a warm oven and you’ve got a complete meal from one pan. You can sear, roast, and even simmer in a cast-iron skillet. Not all pans can claim that.
Cast Iron Grill Skillet Is Naturally Nonstick
A beautiful well-seasoned cast-iron skillet has a naturally nonstick surface. Few nonstick pans can go safely from the stovetop to the oven. Because cast iron is naturally nonstick, it is also easy to clean.
You can learn more by checking out a recent article we wrote: Why choose a Cast Iron Pan?