Hand-Forged Carbon Steel Roaster
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A pan with a plan.
The large cooking surface of this shallow, carbon steel roaster makes it the ideal pan for throwing together a weeknight roast chicken with vegetables, a slow-roasted salmon, or even a Dutch baby. Each pan is forged by hand from start to finish, and comes pre-seasoned with coconut oil to protect against rust. After the first few times you season your pan, you’ll begin to build up a shiny layer of polymers that will create a naturally nonstick surface that even fried eggs will slip right off of. Think of it like your favorite cast iron—but even better.
Photography by Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Hand-forged carbon steel
Small is 6" in diameter at base (9" in diameter at rim) x 13" W with handles x 2" H; Medium is 8" in diameter at base (11" in diameter at rim) x 15" W with handles x 2" H; Large is 10" in diameter at base (13" in diameter at rim) x 17" W with handles x 2" H
Care & Notes -
Induction compatible. Avoid using soap when washing. Use salt as an abrasive. Clean with a sponge or cloth. Avoid sharp scouring pads that will damage the seasoning on the base. Dry immediately after cleaning, coat with oil when storing for longer periods of time.
Pan comes pre-seasoned with coconut oil, but cooking oil should be used initially until a layer of seasoning builds up. Pan will become more naturally non-stick as it becomes more seasoned.
Meet the Maker
This small team of blacksmiths and woodworkers out of Charlottesville, Va., craft cookware we wish we’d owned our whole lives. Each piece, whether it’s a hand-forged carbon steel pan or a lathe-turned cocktail muddler, is one we know we’ll have in our kitchens forever.View Full Profile
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