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12 in Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Covered Skillet - Gradated Cobalt

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2 Sizes inch available

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SKU: 80131068

12 in Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Covered Skillet - Gradated Cobalt

3 Colors

2 Sizes inch available

$79.95
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12 in Enameled Cast-Iron Series 1000 Covered Skillet - Gradated Cobalt
$79.95
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- Cast iron construction provides superior heat retention and distribution
- Durable porcelain-enameled cast iron finishes are striking, easy to clean, and long lasting
- Cast stainless steel knob is extremely durable and oven-safe
- Self-basting condensation ridges on lid uniformly c...
- Cast iron construction provides superior heat retention and distribution
- Durable porcelain-enameled cast iron finishes are striking, easy to clean, and long lasting
- Cast stainless steel knob is extremely durable and oven-safe
- Self-basting condensation ridges on lid uniformly collect and direct vapors onto food
- Compatible with gas, electric and ceramic glass cooktop
- Oven-safe up to 450°F / 232°C
- Hand-wash only
- Tramontina Gourmet Collection
Country of Origin: MADE IN CHINA

Reach for Tramontina''s 12 in Enameled Cast Iron Covered Skillet for small meals from breakfast to midnight snacks. Frying, browning, searing, or poaching? Cook with confidence knowing this skillet efficiently distributes and retains heat so your foods are bursting with mouthwatering flavors every time. The porcelain enameled skillet is made with heavy-gauge cast-iron for slow tenderizing of meats, poultry, and vegetables, while the skillet interior is finished in matte black porcelain-enamel for a traditional look with less maintenance. Self-basting condensation ridges under the lid return vapor back onto foods for moist, flavorful recipes. Convenient pouring lips help control the transfer of food, while the sturdy, helper handle makes for secure lifting and transferring of the fry pan from stovetop to tabletop.
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Dimensions

Product dimensions Package dimensions

Height

04.49in

Width

12.52in

Diameter

30.00in

Weight

15lb

Height

05.25in

Width

14.38in

Length

21.62in

Weight

15lb

For unitary product, these specifications refer to the product.

For set, kit or bundle, these specifications refer to the packaging.

Key Features

Construction: Disamatic Casting.
Material: Iron - HT150 Alloy.
Series: 1000.
Exterior Finish: Porcelain Enamel - Sprayed.
Exterior Color: Gradated Cobalt.
Interior Finish: Porcelain Enamel - Off-White for Deep Pans.
Porcelain Enamel - Matte Black for Grill Pan and Skillets.
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Construction: Disamatic Casting.
Material: Iron - HT150 Alloy.
Series: 1000.
Exterior Finish: Porcelain Enamel - Sprayed.
Exterior Color: Gradated Cobalt.
Interior Finish: Porcelain Enamel - Off-White for Deep Pans.
Porcelain Enamel - Matte Black for Grill Pan and Skillets.
Handle: Integral Cast Iron.
Lid: Cast Iron with Concentric Condensation Ridges.
Lid Knob: Precision Cast Stainless Steel - Assembled with Stainless Steel Screw and Washer.
Compatibility: Gas, Electric, Induction, Oven-Safe, Hand-Wash Only.
Temp. Resistance: Oven-Safe up to 450°F (232°C).
Retail Packaging: DS - Direct Print E-Flute Corrugated with Color Label.
Master Pack: Remailer Cardboard - Single Pack.
Line Name: Cast Iron - Series 1000.
Brand/Segment: Tramontina "Gourmet".
Compliance: Meets Prop 65 Standards.
Warranty: Lifetime.
Country of Origin: MADE IN CHINA.

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Use & Care

- After removing your cookware from the packaging, discard the plastic clips. These clips protect the cookware vessel and lid from damage during transportation.
- Hand-wash the cookware with warm soapy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
- Although the enamel coating on your cookware does not ...

- After removing your cookware from the packaging, discard the plastic clips. These clips protect the cookware vessel and lid from damage during transportation.
- Hand-wash the cookware with warm soapy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
- Although the enamel coating on your cookware does not require seasoning, we recommend seasoning the vessel rim and lid rim where the cast iron is exposed. Season by lightly rubbing cooking oil onto surface. Heat cookware in oven for one hour at 350°F / 176°C. Cookware is ready to use once cool.
- Avoid knocking utensils on the cookware or cutting food directly within the cookware, as this may permanently damage the enamel surface.
- We recommend using silicone, nylon, bamboo or wood utensils. Using metal utensils or sharp objects on any surface may damage the cooking surface over time.
- The enamel surfaces are not suitable for dry cooking. Add a liquid, butter or oil to the bottom of the cookware prior to heating.
- A gradual low-to-medium heat setting yields the most even and best results for most cooking tasks, including frying and searing, and the use of high heat is not necessary. Once the cookware is hot, nearly all cooking tasks can be completed with lower heat settings, making the use of high heat unnecessary. In fact, use of high heat can permanently discolor and damage the cookware.
- When using cookware on ceramic glass stovetops, always lift (do not slide) to move to avoid scratching the cooktop.
- Keep cookware on burner only during necessary time for cooking or boiling. Do not overheat empty cookware or allow gas flames to extend up sides of cookware and overheat handles.
- The cookware is oven-safe at temperatures up to 450°F / 232°C. Even though integral handles and the lid knob are oven-safe, they will get hot in the oven and on the stovetop, particularly gas stoves where an open flame is used. Therefore, use protective mitts when handling hot cookware.

- Enameled cast iron is extremely durable but may become damaged if accidentally dropped or knocked against another hard surface.
- Avoid sudden temperature changes such as immersing hot cookware in cold water. Always let cookware cool before washing.
Do not fill or submerge hot cookware in cold water as thermal shock damage to the enamel may result.
- We recommend hand-washing and drying your cookware to preserve the original finish.
- For hard-to-clean, stuck-on foods, soak cookware in hot, soapy water and re-season as directed.
- Use only nylon or soft abrasive pads or brushes to remove stubborn residues. Do not use metallic pads or harsh abrasive chemicals, as these will damage the enamel.
- Be careful when stacking or nesting your cookware. Although it won''t affect the cookware''s performance, bumping or knocking against other pieces will scratch or chip the exterior and interior surfaces.
- Never store your cookware when it is still damp. Allow cookware to dry thoroughly by placing the cookware in an airy space away from kitchen steam.
- Over time, the screw attaching the knob to the lid may become loose. In most cases, this can be corrected by retightening the screw, taking care not to over-tighten, as this may damage the lid. If the knob cannot be retightened, contact Tramontina''s Customer Service Department for assistance. For safety reasons, do not continue to use a cookware lid with a loose knob.
- To avoid injury, always use protective mitts when handling hot cookware.

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Dimensions

Product dimensions Package dimensions

Height

04.49in

Width

12.52in

Diameter

30.00in

Weight

15lb

Height

05.25in

Width

14.38in

Length

21.62in

Weight

15lb

For unitary product, these specifications refer to the product.

For set, kit or bundle, these specifications refer to the packaging.


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