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8 in. Cast Iron Skillet in Black with Pour Spout

$14.90
  • Pre-seasoned with oil for natural, easy-release finish
  • Use in the oven, on the stove, on the grill or over the campfire
  • Great for recipes on the stove top or as a pie pan for the oven
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  • Pre-seasoned with oil for natural, easy-release finish
  • Use in the oven, on the stove, on the grill or over the campfire
  • Great for recipes on the stove top or as a pie pan for the oven
About This Product

Seasoned 8 in. Cast Iron skillet with assist handle. The Lodge 8 in. skillet will be your go to skillet for years to come. The right tool to sear, sauté, bake, broil, braise, fry or grill. The Lodge 8 inch skillet features an assist handle for easier handling. The Lodge seasoned cast iron cover (L5IC3) and tempered glass cover (GL8) fit this skillet. What makes this a classic American skillet? For 125 years, it's been a staple in kitchens around the world. Crafted in America with iron and oil, its naturally seasoned cooking surface is ready to help you turn your meals into delicious, shareable moments. Cast to last! Seasoned and ready to use.

  • Seasoned with oil for a natural, easy-release finish that improves with use
  • Easy care: hand wash, dry, rub with cooking oil
  • The right tool to sear, sauté, bake, broil, braise, fry or grill
  • At home in the oven, on the stove, on the grill or over the campfire
  • Great for induction cooktops
  • Brutally tough for decades of cooking
  • Unparalleled in heat retention and even heating
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Q:Is this cast iron skillet already seasoned?
by|Jan 25, 2024
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A:  Every piece of Lodge cast iron cookware comes seasoned and ready to use right out of the box. The easiest way to maintain this layer of seasoning is to use your cast iron pan. Whenever you cook an egg, grill a steak, or bake a pie, you're adding layers of baked-on fat and oil that enhance your seasoning for a natural, easy-release finish that gets better over time.

by|Jan 25, 2024
    caret
    Q:what are the inside dimensions of the 5.12 pan and also the 8 pan
    by|Nov 19, 2023
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    A:  The inside is 5.875 inches

    by|Nov 20, 2023
      caret
      Q:Is the 12.56 the width of bottom inside skillet?
      by|Oct 12, 2023
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      A:  The bottom inside of the 12" Lodge Cast Iron Skillet is 9.125".

      by|Oct 17, 2023
        caret
        Q:What is the inside bottom measurement of the 6.68 pan?
        by|Oct 1, 2023
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        A:  The inside of the 6.5 inch pan is 4.7 inches.

        by|Oct 4, 2023
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          Customer Reviews

          4.7 out of 5
          • 4.7 out of 688 reviews
          • 96% recommend this product
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          Made in USA(TN)
          I waa quite pleased at how quickly tye product arrived and how it looked after unpacking. The weight was what I'd expected from cast iron, my biggest disappointment occurred when I was deglazing the skillet after cooking chicken breast. After pouring the sauce into a bowl after dinner to clean up, and washing and drying immediately, the was a scratch and rust, I only use wood or silicone utensils. And I thought the only inferior products where produced in China.
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            Idk what happened but
            That is what happens after first cook and wash!!!!
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              Good for cooking burgers
              This cast iron skillet is good for making beef burgers.
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                That's all we cook with is Cast Iron but, Unfortunately our pans our warn and need a real good c...
                That's all we cook with is Cast Iron but, Unfortunately our pans our warn and need a real good cleaning before we put them on our new glass top stove from Home Depot.
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                  1 found this review helpful
                  I usually go car camping with a group of people and was using a 12” pan. I spent a long time cook...
                  I usually go car camping with a group of people and was using a 12” pan. I spent a long time cooking bacon every morning. This pan allowed me to cook around 3 lbs of bacon in one sitting. It fit perfectly on my tripod as well.
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                  17 in. Lodge Cast Iron Skillet. I am happy with this purchase. It is a good price on a good produ...
                  17 in. Lodge Cast Iron Skillet. I am happy with this purchase. It is a good price on a good product. Would buy again and recommend.
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                  Skillets are something I have become more familiar with the past year or so. I purchased this as ...
                  Skillets are something I have become more familiar with the past year or so. I purchased this as my first cast iron skillet and I have been very pleased with it. I will admit after purchasing, I was intimidated by it for a long time and I didn’t even attempt to use it. After I read a few instructions online, I went for it. I started off by washing it with soap and water and thoroughly drying it. After that I seasoned it with Flax oil (recommended on some article off google) and placed it in the oven for an hour at a low heat. Once I prepped it, I used it for the first time the next day by searing salmon. To my surprise, the iron skillet lived up to it’s reputation of being a good quality pan that heats up and cooks food properly and evenly. Since it’s cast iron, it is a heavy skillet and once you add food to it, you need to make sure you have a good grip on the pan when needed. I bought a cute handle muff protector because I made the mistake by grabbing the handle and burning my hand. I do appreciate the skillet has a long handle and a short one so you can feel secure when carrying it. The 12” is large enough to fit a couple steaks or pieces of salmon. It is definitely large enough for my needs. It if it was any larger I think it would be too difficult for me to handle. I almost am thinking of getting a smaller one to bake cookie skillets in. Altogether the quality of the Lodge Iron skillet is amazing and I know it will last decades. A note of advice, don’t get discouraged with the pan! It does require some extra attention and steps in the beginning but the more you use it, the more the oils create a non-stick effect that will last years. Youtube is a great reference for initial “seasoning” steps. This pan will change your life!
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                    This massive cast-iron skillet from Lodge will feed quite a large group on your next camp out. I...
                    This massive cast-iron skillet from Lodge will feed quite a large group on your next camp out. It's no understatement to say it's absolutely gargantuan, measuring a whopping 17 inches in diameter. Being so large, if you don't have a large flame, your cooking surface could potentially vary in temperature quite a bit. However, being solid iron, you can just throw it onto your campfire. But be warned: it's heavy! Overall, does exactly what it's supposed to and is pretty easy to clean. A great addition for those seeking to cook meals on a camp out.
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                    5 found this review helpful
                    Very happy with this skillet!
                    (Written by my wife) I'm very pleased with this skillet. I've been wanting to buy one for a while and was actually eyeing the larger cast iron skillets thinking bigger is better, but I'm really happy with the 12 inch. First of all, this skillet is really solid and heavy and anything much bigger would be a lot to maneuver, especially for cleaning. That being said, it has two places to grip the pan (with potholders or gloves!) which is important for holding this heavy of a pan. A lot of the skillets I researched only have one long handle and you have to hold it from underneath which I don't like. I'm not cooking for a lot of people so the skillet is an ideal size for a few good sized pieces of fish or meat. I've grilled fajita veggies on it and made nachos a couple of times in a very hot oven and I'm pleased with the results. I'm waiting for a rainy day when I don't feel like grilling to broil salmon indoors. I was a little nervous that it would be high maintenance to season the pan but it's just a matter of rubbing in some vegetable oil after cleaning and drying. Takes under a minute. So easy!
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                    Dependable Lodge Quality
                    The finish and casting of this skillet is very good, as is all the other Lodge cast iron I have. There are no voids or other imperfections in the casting, the walls of the skillet are thick and heavy. The sides are high enough that when deep frying there is no grease splashing out if a little care is taken when turning the food. The seasoning was pretty good, I did run it through another 2 seasoning sessions before it became slick and non stick. As with all quality cast iron cookware, wash this using only water and a soft scraper or scrubber, and the finish will continue to smooth and become even more non stick. And unlike some pricey non stick aluminum skillets, with care this skillet will be non stick 100 years from now.
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                    8 in. Cast Iron Skillet in Black with Pour Spout

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