Learn cast iron cooking with Amazon's top-rated skillet set
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Learn cast iron cooking with Amazon's top-rated skillet set

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If you’ve never cooked with a cast iron skillet, you’re seriously missing out. Cast irons are the perfect versatile kitchen tool for frying, sauteing, grilling, and even slow-cooking. But the price and upkeep are often enough to put people off. That’s where this 3-piece set from Simple Chef comes in.

Pre-Seasoned for Out of Box Use

One of the major reasons people choose nonstick pans over cast iron skillets is that cast irons take time to season. These Simple Chef cast iron skillets are already seasoned so you can open the box and start cooking. Maintaining these pans is simple: just hand wash and lightly coat with oil after each use.

Three Sizes for Any Meal

Whether you’re cooking a family sized dinner or just need to fry a single egg, this Simple Chef set has the right sized pan for you. The three skillets come in small, medium, and large so you can make multiple courses or a tiny snack.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers loved this cast iron skillet set and gave it an average of 4.4 out of 5 stars. The affordable price, $33 for three pans, was a big draw. Customers also liked the range of sizes and said the smaller skillets were perfect for camping. Several reviews noted how nonstick these pans were since they could fry an egg and easily remove it without cracking the yolk. 

Simple Chef Cast Iron Skillet 3-Piece Set available from Amazon 

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