Delish by Dash 12" Lightweight Cast Iron Skillet

SKU# DDLCFR12GBBU01

$49.99

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Cooking with cast iron is convenient and easy with the Delish by Dash Lightweight Cast Iron Pan!

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Cooking with cast iron is convenient and easy with the Delish by Dash Lightweight Cast Iron Pan! Lightweight Cast Iron has the heat retention and durability you need without being as heavy as traditional cast iron! With a sturdy stainless steel handle and helper handle, the pan is a breeze to move on your stovetop and into the oven. No preseasoning required for the smooth enamel interior, which allows for easy searing and quick cleanup. Lightweight Cast Iron is ideal for cooking a variety of dishes, including acidic foods like tomato sauce that conventional cast iron can’t handle. Plus, exclusive recipes from the editors at Delish will get you cooking in a dash!


Features & Benefits

The 12” Lightweight Cast Iron Pan is a versatile and easy to handle alternative to traditional cast iron. Lightweight construction makes it easy to move and convenient for everyday cooking, no preseasoning required! Smooth enamel finish wipes clean easily for quick cleanup. Durable, rust-resistant enamel interior for superior searing and heat retention. Great for pancakes, sauces, vegetables, pasta dishes, and more. Stovetop- and oven-safe up to 500°F. Sturdy stainless steel handle and helper handle for added support. Recipes from the Delish editors included! Includes: 12” Lightweight Cast Iron Pan and Recipe Guide. Designed in NYC. US-Based Customer Support available. DDLCFR12


HEIGHT: 2.3
WIDTH: 21.5
LENGTH: 12.2
WEIGHT: 6

Customer Reviews

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Carolyn Packman
Delish by Dash lightweight cast iron pan

So beautiful and functional! I fry, bake and sauté all with this 12” skillet. It cleans easily and will never rust.

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JMT
beautiful, but could be better

Difficult to cook eggs, but it's great that it can handle more acidic foods. Definitely involves a little extra care versus a traditional cast iron, but it is absolutely beautiful!

OVERVIEW

Cooking with cast iron is convenient and easy with the Delish by Dash Lightweight Cast Iron Pan! Lightweight Cast Iron has the heat retention and durability you need without being as heavy as traditional cast iron! With a sturdy stainless steel handle and helper handle, the pan is a breeze to move on your stovetop and into the oven. No preseasoning required for the smooth enamel interior, which allows for easy searing and quick cleanup. Lightweight Cast Iron is ideal for cooking a variety of dishes, including acidic foods like tomato sauce that conventional cast iron can’t handle. Plus, exclusive recipes from the editors at Delish will get you cooking in a dash!


Features & Benefits

The 12” Lightweight Cast Iron Pan is a versatile and easy to handle alternative to traditional cast iron. Lightweight construction makes it easy to move and convenient for everyday cooking, no preseasoning required! Smooth enamel finish wipes clean easily for quick cleanup. Durable, rust-resistant enamel interior for superior searing and heat retention. Great for pancakes, sauces, vegetables, pasta dishes, and more. Stovetop- and oven-safe up to 500°F. Sturdy stainless steel handle and helper handle for added support. Recipes from the Delish editors included! Includes: 12” Lightweight Cast Iron Pan and Recipe Guide. Designed in NYC. US-Based Customer Support available. DDLCFR12



SPECIFICATIONS
HEIGHT: 2.3
WIDTH: 21.5
LENGTH: 12.2
WEIGHT: 6
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Based on 2 reviews
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Carolyn Packman
Delish by Dash lightweight cast iron pan

So beautiful and functional! I fry, bake and sauté all with this 12” skillet. It cleans easily and will never rust.

J
JMT
beautiful, but could be better

Difficult to cook eggs, but it's great that it can handle more acidic foods. Definitely involves a little extra care versus a traditional cast iron, but it is absolutely beautiful!