Monday, July 25, 2011

skillet.


{ photos source + recipe = sprouted kitchen}


{ source + how to = garment house}


{ source + how to = HERE}


{ source: photo found @ goodlife eats}

So not to go completely county on you...but I LOVE my cast iron skillet!!!!

If you don't have one, get one. They are so affordable and perfect for cooking everything!

You can never use soap on you skillet and you have to season it...here are some tips:


Tips on seasoning your cast iron skillet...click here.

A great tip from Martha for cleaning your cast iron.

For tips on how to remove rust from a skillet, click HERE.


11 comments:

gratefulmama said...

How funny, we have been thinking about getting a cast iron skillet... thanks for the cleaning tips!

Andrea @ Strawberry Chic said...

I found a cast iron skillet at a thrift store for about $3 last week. But the inside was a little rusty and I didn't know If or how I could get it out... but I'm definitely looking for a good one!

Do you use a dutch oven? those are my favorite!

Lindsay @ Delighted Momma said...

I also have a cast iron baking dish and I am now determined to use it for once! Now what to make..hmm! I will check out the links you mentioned

Melissa Blake said...

That looks delicious! Perfect way to start the week!

Cailan said...

Thanks for the tips! MAYBE I'll start using mine again... :)

hello lovely said...

i love my cast iron skillets! i have mini ones for baking deep dish personal pan pizzas. thanks so much for visiting. now to nosey around your blog...

michele

Dallas said...

Niiice I didn't know there was so many uses for cast iron!!

Babymama said...

Is this the same skillet you will be using to make me my GIANT COOKIE? I haven't forgotten about it yet...
xo

Raquel said...

Yes to the skillet! I love to make eggs & omelets in mine!

Amy said...

I absolutely love my cast iron skillets! They are the best!

Lindsey said...

i love cast iron! :) it's all i've used, my mom gave me some of her old ones when i get married. i even have this gigantic skillet that belonged to my grandparents when they were first married. they can last a LONG time! :)