7" (18cm) traditional flat cast iron cooking iron with British oak handle
Place Cooking Iron on bacon, burgers, steaks & vegetables.
Use it to make perfect paninis
Ensures they are evenly cooked & flat.
May be pre-heated to speed cooking.
Pre-seasoned with flax oil
The main photo shows the top of one cooking iron and the flat base of another (you only get one !)
Why use a Cooking Iron?
It’s tough & can be used at very high temperatures.
Prevents bacon curling.
Helps ensure food is thoroughly cooked.
Suitable for all types of frying pans & griddle plates.
Weight 1.85 kg (4lbs)
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using materials predominantly sourced in our own and neighbouring counties. Copyright 2020.