Black Friday cast iron cookware Deals UK 2019 (stainless, hard anodized, ceramic, all clad, copper and aga sets) and other best Black Friday Cookware sale and offers. We also feature Cyber Monday deals on cookware sets to save you money if you are looking to buy frying pans and pots.
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Black Friday Cast Iron Cookware Deals
Cookware Cyber Monday Deals
- 82% off Tefal Jamie Oliver 4pc Stainless Steel Pan Set
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Cast Iron Cookware Buying Guide
With so many infomercials and hard sells being thrown around, you might find it work hard work to find the right pan or pots . We have assembled some of the best cast iron Black Friday cookware sales and a guide on getting the best if you are looking to buy cookware, both non-stick, coated and cast iron (the three main types of cookware).
Cookware is a commonly gifted item. It is a statement that one is settled or is the process of settling. One of the few useful gifts you can give to newlyweds, friends who have just moved to a new home or even graduates is cookware. This can be either in a set or separate pieces. Premium cookware can be expensive, to get a good deal, you need to shop at the right time, especially when tempting discounts are on offer. Cookware usually gets discounted during sales season. It is the best time to get rock bottom prices and it coincides with the time when most weddings take place: summer.
Know exactly what you want based on your style and the kitchen gadgets you have/use. Do want non-stick cookware, uncoated, stainless steel or something else. Once you have this figured, you will come with a solid plan on whether to go for a whole set or just a number of pots here are there.
Find out how ergonomic or heavy the pots are before you buy.
Depending on what you use to cook, you might want to avoid certain things like stainless steel and cast iron if you mainly use an oven to cook.
Types of Cookware
Cast Iron: These are pots and pans made from iron, they are the oldest cookware in human history. They are durable and reliable. However getting a whole set may be costly but a handful of cast iron pots and pans is a tidy investment. They come both as coated and uncoated. Consider buying both. They often need less oil to cook stuff, they keep the food warm and you can cook on high temperatures without problem. They keep food from burning and cook evenly. They are best for searing because they are great in transferring heat to your dish and keep the pan hot for long spells.
When cleaning, stick with a soft cloth or with salt and any other natural abrasive at your disposal. Once clean apply a thin layer of oil to avoid issues with rusting.
Their only downside is that they need to pre-heat; they are bulky and need handling when hot (which can result in scalding).
Non-Stick. Well these are those in which food does not stick on the walls or base of the pot/pan. In most cases they have a dark/greyish interior. The non-stick are made from non reactive material and so does not pose any health risk. They are suitable for cooking any food that is likely to stick on the pan for example, eggs. They also work well with food that needs low to mid-range heat. Non- stick is not ideal for food that requires high heat. For best results check premium non-stick pans/pots because they tend to be more quality. The coating will be reliable and durable. To reduce chances of scratching the coating, use wooden spoons or any other wooden utensil of your choice.
These are quite convenient to use and clean. You don’t need to pad them with butter to avoid sticky food residue. They enable you to use less amount of oil when compared to uncoated.
Their down side is that they can be easily damaged by scratches especially when using utensils made of metal.
Uncoated: These by and large are made of stainless steel. They are durable and are quite good in browning your dish to add flavour to it. They are also great for stir frying, Heavier stainless steel pans/pots are preferable because they usually have a conducting metal like aluminium etched in between the stainless steel. This helps to evenly spread the heat to all areas of the pot.
The disadvantage with uncoated stainless steel is that food tends to stick on the base/surface which is hard to clean. However, there is a hack to help you with the cleaning. Heat the pan and then cool in cold water. This allows the core pores on the pot surface, base of the pan to open up which loosens any stuck food.
Where to buy Cast Iron Cookware?
As with many kitchen gadgets, you want to have a touch and feel of your cookware to determine whether it is exactly what you need. However, cookware tends to be cheaper in online shops. You may want to browse online to get a good price. You could get a really good offer. In case you get a set of non-stick that has some scratches, return it get a replacement.
We will continue featuring Black Friday cast iron cookware Deals UK 2019 and also Cyber Monday discounts as offers keep coming in.