if I'm making a frittata with my cast iron skillet will it stick? I don't have any nonstick ovenproof pans.
If it is perfectly seasoned, it prob won't stick, but just in case, use extra oil or butter
Why not line it with parchment paper?
Margie is a trusted home cook immersed in German foodways.
I wouldn't think of using a non-stick pan. The cast iron skillet works perfectly. I melt some butter or coat the bottom of the pan with olive oil before I add the egg mixture and the frittata comes out perfectly, golden brown.
Butter is your friend - if you use parchment, make sure to butter that too.
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