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Blue Iron frying pan

Inexpensive, nonstick and almost indestructible: A blue iron skillet rocks practically any type of cooking! It is a popular cooking utensil in professional kitchens, and it is suitable for high temperature cooking. They are ideal for seizing red meat, browning or grilling food. AZ Boutique offers several types of pans: frying pan, blinis pan, woks, pancake pan, and grill pan. The size of these pans varies: 12cm, 20cm, 22cm, 24cm, 28cm and 32cm. Iron cookware is known for its ability to transmit heat evenly and thus obtain a perfect cooking of your food. The pan sold in blue iron on AZ Boutique are compatible with all stovetop except induction, so they are ideal if you have a gas stove or an electric plate.

It should be noted that blue iron frying pan are different from simple iron cast frying pan. The first difference is the thickness. Blue iron utensils tend to be thinner and more reactive to heat. The second difference is that blue iron pans are coated with a thin layer of carbon to protect them from oxidation.

Crispy chicken wings or soft tender steak or even to fry an egg: Blue iron skillet recipes are the best to enjoy!

Cooking with iron skillet pan allows you to have a very high thermal conductivity and the temperature is diffused very quickly. The iron fry pan is very practical for frying meat, cooking vegetables or fried potatoes.

It is also very comfortable because there is a natural nonstick coating. Do not forget to season the pan well before use. In this section we will explain to you how to have a seasoned iron frying pan. Before the first use it should be washed in hot water with a degreasing dishwashing liquid to remove grease from the pores of the steel. Then rinse with clean water. Continue this operation until you obtain clear rinsing water. Cover the bottom of the pan with a little vegetable oil and then heat until the first smoke is released. Remove the oil and wipe with absorbent paper towel. Your seasoned pan is ready for use!

How to season blue iron skillets also known as blue steel frying pans?

If you opt for a blue iron frying pan, you opt for a long-term use because this material is wear-resistant. Blue iron is like wine, it improves over time if it is well maintained. Iron has a very high resistance and does not deform even at high cooking temperatures.

It is important to care for your iron cookware set so that they may be used even longer in the kitchen! Let us discover how to clean your blue iron frying iron pots and pans.

With an iron frying pan, you have the possibility to generate the non-stick coating yourself just by seasoning the pan. However, it must not be cleaned like stainless steel or cast iron cookware pan that already has its non-stick coating. We give you several tips on how to maintain a steel, iron or blue iron pan.

  • It should be noted that steel cookware hates everything related to acidic foods and most detergents on the market contain acidic chemical ingredients. It would even be advisable never to use a dishwasher.  With time, the seasoning iron pan could be damaged, and the risk of rust could appear.
  • It is also important to clean immediately after each use. Allow your pan to cool before putting it under water. Never run your pan under water if it is still hot as the steel could have a harmful thermal shock.
  • If you see that there is residue attached to your pan, don't opt for the quick and easy solution of brushing it! If you want to keep your steel pan, then heat your dry pan over a low heat and pour half a glass of coarse salt. Then with absorbent paper, gently rub the salt to remove the residue.

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