Victoria Cast Iron

Cast Iron Grill Press

$15
Victoria Cast Iron

Cast Iron Grill Press

$15
4.3 Stars / 4 Reviews
Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+

Press on.

A grill press that cuts down cooking time and ensures a flawless all-over sear? Don’t mind if we do. Here’s how to use it: Let it heat up for a few minutes on your skillet or griddle, then use the stay-cool wooden handle to set it atop steak, burgers, quesadillas, portobellos, you name it. The heavy-duty cast iron is a champ at applying even pressure to food (no more curly bacon!), making it a hero for breakfast and BBQs alike. Plus, since the press comes pre-seasoned, you can get sizzling straight away. It’ll team right up with the stovetop or grill—yep, the possibilities just doubled.

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A cast-iron press is not only your best friend for getting perfect grill marks on steak (we’ve run lots of tests to prove it). It’s also handy for charring vegetables or pressing hot sandwiches without a panini maker.

It’s a cinch to care for, too: Like with most cast-iron cookware, a quick hand-wash in warm water will do the trick—just make sure to dry thoroughly to prevent rusting. If you want to get rid of extra cooking oils, feel free to use a drop of mild dish soap. After all that’s done, apply food-safe mineral oil to the handle to keep it looking like new.

Press on.

A grill press that cuts down cooking time and ensures a flawless all-over sear? Don’t mind if we do. Here’s how to use it: Let it heat up for a few minutes on your skillet or griddle, then use the stay-cool wooden handle to set it atop steak, burgers, quesadillas, portobellos, you name it. The heavy-duty cast iron is a champ at applying even pressure to food (no more curly bacon!), making it a hero for breakfast and BBQs alike. Plus, since the press comes pre-seasoned, you can get sizzling straight away. It’ll team right up with the stovetop or grill—yep, the possibilities just doubled.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

A cast-iron press is not only your best friend for getting perfect grill marks on steak (we’ve run lots of tests to prove it). It’s also handy for charring vegetables or pressing hot sandwiches without a panini maker.

It’s a cinch to care for, too: Like with most cast-iron cookware, a quick hand-wash in warm water will do the trick—just make sure to dry thoroughly to prevent rusting. If you want to get rid of extra cooking oils, feel free to use a drop of mild dish soap. After all that’s done, apply food-safe mineral oil to the handle to keep it looking like new.

Meet the Maker

Victoria Cast Iron

DORAL, FL
Back in the 1930s, 16-year-old Raúl Mejía started a small business in Colombia, crafting toy soldiers and decorative crosses out of cast iron. His love for cooking led him to create a grain grinder, the very first Victoria Cast Iron Cookware signature. His descendants inherited both passions—food and cast iron—and now Victoria is turning out a whole lineup of top-notch kitchen pieces (all of ‘em still made in Colombia).
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