BK Grilling Carbon Steel Outdoor Cookware Collection
We’re fans of carbon steel for its lightning-fast heating capabilities, not to mention the nonstick patina it gets over time. And this cookware? It’s letting us take all those perks to the grill. It’s got a sturdy build that’s ready to take on meat, fish, veg, you name it (shoutout to the cast-iron handle). Oh, and let’s talk about the perforated bases—they're letting us grill all the smaller foods we couldn’t before, all while infusing them with smoky flavor. (Bonus: they lets extra juices drip away, too.) Now, we don’t know about you, but we’ve got more than a few recipes in mind for these all-stars.
Take your pick from three grill-ready shapes (or snag all three for the Pitmaster in your life!)
- Outdoor Frypan: An outdoor twist on a trusty kitchen workhorse, this frypan is ready for whatever you dream up.
- Outdoor Roaster: The basket-style design with two cast-iron handles lets you can take your flame-cooked meat and veg from grill to table in a snap.
- Outdoor Grill Tray: Perfect for crowd-size batches of burgers, corn, and kebabs.
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Details & Materials +-
Carbon steel and cast iron.
Outdoor Frypan: 12.00" D x 21.00" L (including handle) x 4.33" H
Outdoor Roaster: 12.80" W x 17.00" L x 2.40" H
Outdoor Grill Tray: 11.40" W x 19.88" L x 1.00" H
Care & Notes +-
For outdoor use only. Do not use on stovetop. Safe up to 600°F. Can be used on both charcoal and gas grills.
After use, wash immediately with hot water and a soft sponge—do not use dish soap, as that will strip away the natural nonstick surface the pan cultivates over time. Dry immediately with a towel. Store in a dry place.
To season: Cover the bottom of the pan with flavorless oil and heat on medium heat for 5 minutes. Let the pan cool before draining the oil, and then wipe clean with paper towels. Repeat the process a second time and your pan is ready to go. After this process, the pan will acquire a natural nonstick property and darken over time.
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