Old-fashioned quality. Ultra-modern design.The most versatile little pan you’ll ever own. The FINEX 20cm cast iron skillet is polished smooth for perfect eggs every time. It’s a searing machine for steaks, chops and salmon. It’s brilliant for baking perfect pies and cakes. From stovetop, to oven, to grill—even over the coals—the FINEX cast iron skillet is a trusted essential you’ll pass down for generations.
Cooking Surface: 17cmTotal Width: 20cmHeight: 7cmTotal Length (to end of handle): 37cmWeight: 1.9kgs
Crafted in Portland, Oregon. Handmade in the USA.
Your FINEX cookware comes pre-seasoned to a golden bronze that’s ready to go right out of the box.
The first few times you cook, we recommend using a bit more oil than usual to start building up the seasoning. Bacon is our personal favourite for new pans. Hold off on cooking acidic foods for your first few uses - once the seasoning builds up, your cookware will handle any food with ease.
For easy cleaning, wash your FINEX cookware by hand immediately after use with warm water. You’ll find it easiest to clean while it’s still warm. To protect your seasoning and avoid rust, do not soak, leave in the sink, or put cookware in the dishwasher.
For best results, we recommend using our 3 Piece Care Kit. We designed each piece with FINEX cookware in mind; a chain mail scrubber and oak wood scraper that fit our skillet corners and grill ribs, combined with a bottle of our 100% organic flaxseed oil.
Scrape, oil & dry:
If needed, remove any stubborn bits of food (the Chain Mail Scrubber or Oak Wood Scraper works well).
After cleaning, wipe dry. Buff in a light coating of oil and warm on your stove or in the oven to evaporate moisture and you’re ready for meals and memories to come.
Your seasoning will darken and patina from a golden bronze to a glossy black. Your cookware will develop a cohesive seasoning the more you cook with it – splotchy and uneven seasoning is common as the seasoning is developing. You can help the process along or fix trouble spots by buffing in a light coat of oil and heating over medium heat until the oil begins to smoke.