The Tramontina Cast Iron Skillet from Costco comes pre-seasoned and ready to use. The set includes one 10-inch grill pan skillet and one 12-inch skillet. These heavy cast iron skillets are durable and versatile for stove top, oven, and outdoor use. They feature superior heat distribution and retention, plus have dual pouring spouts. Removable silicone handle grips protect hands from hot cookware handles.
Costco’s Price and Sale Dates
The Tramontina Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet 2-Pack is on sale at select Costco locations for $24.99, now through December 24, 2022. That is $10 off Costco’s regular price of $34.99. While supplies last. Prices, inventory, and sale dates may vary by location and may change at any time without notice. To see if your local Costco carries this kitchen item, give them a call and ask about item #1136435.
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Cast Iron Skillet Features
- Pre-seasoned Cast Iron: 12 inch skillet and 10 inch grill pan skillet
- Hand wash only and always dry thoroughly
- Removable silicone grips (2)
- Oven safe to 500°F (260°C) WITHOUT silicone grips
- Oven safe to 450°F (232°C) with silicone grips (silicone grips will be hot to touch)
- Use silicone, nylon, bamboo, or wood utensils (metal utensils can be used once the skillets are well seasoned after many uses)
- ALWAYS use protective oven mitts when handling HOT skillets
- Induction Ready
Superior heat retention and distribution
- Dual spouts for easy pouring
How to use a cast iron skillet
- Before using your skillets for the 1st time, hand-wash with hot water. Using soap may remove the pre-seasoning. Dry immediately and thoroughly to prevent rust.
- While skillets are pre-seasoned, you may apply a light coating of cooking oil inside the skillets before each use.
- Cook with low to medium heat only.
- If using on a ceramic glass cooktop, always lift (do NOT slide) when moving to avoid scratching the cooktop.
- Do NOT use silicone grips under an oven broiler unit
- Always use oven mitts when handling hot skillets
- Let skillets cool before washing.
How to re-season a cast iron skillet
- Apply a high smoke point cooking oil over the entire surface, then heat in the oven for an hour at 350°F (176°C).
- To catch excess oil, place a baking sheet on the oven rack below the skillets.
- The skillets are ready to use once cooled.
- You may wipe off any excess oil remaining on the skillets.
How to care for a cast iron skillet
- Hand wash only – do NOT clean in the dishwasher.
- If necessary, you may use mild, soapy water if you thoroughly dry and oil your pans immediately after washing.
- Metal scouring pads will remove seasoning.
- To maintain seasoning, lightly rub cooking oil over the entire skillet after drying thoroughly.
- Avoid using acidic foods, such as tomatoes, in the skillets as this may damage the seasoning and give the food a metallic taste (However, after a few uses and consistent seasoning, you may safely cook acidic foods in the skillets)
- Thoroughly dry the silicone grip before replacing on skillet handle to prevent rust
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