This Cast Iron Grill Pan Is the Easiest Way to Add Extra Flavor to Foods—And It's 57% Off Right Now
Lodge’s best-selling cast iron grill pan, which has racked up over 2,700 five-star reviews, is on sale for just $19 right now.
Firing up the grill may be one of the best ways to prepare and flavor your go-to summer dishes, but it’s not always the most convenient. Getting your charcoal or gas grill ready to cook requires extra time, space in your backyard, additional prep work, and the right weather, which is why folks love to use this easy, no-fuss stovetop grill pan year-round.
This pre-seasoned cast iron pan grill pan from Lodge, the makers of Amazon’s most popular cast iron skillet, is the easiest way to give your favorite foods—meats, veggies, and much more—grill lines and extra flavor without a bulky backyard grill. What’s more, it’s currently 57 percent off and on sale for under $20 right now.
The multi-purpose, nonstick pan is perfect for searing, sautéing, baking, broiling, frying, and more on top of your stove, in your oven, atop your grill, or even over a campfire. Its raised lines also make it easy to collect meat drippings and thereby prep healthier versions of your favorite recipes.
Just like the brand’s many best-selling cast iron kitchen staples—its compact cast iron grill, versatile skillet, dutch oven, and griddle—this square grill pan is pre-seasoned with vegetable oil and is easy to reseason when the time comes. It also evenly distributes heats, and is designed to stand the test of time, making it an heirloom piece you’ll pass down to your kids and grandkids.
Buy It: $19 (orig. $44); amazon.com
“This grill pan is great!” one reviewer wrote. “I live in an apartment, but longed for the grill marks and enhanced flavor from an outdoor barbecue. I don’t have good ventilation either, so indoor cooking that produces too much smoke is not a good idea. I like my regular cast iron skillet so I gave this a shot. So far, I’ve made bratwurst, corn on the cob, different types of chicken, bacon, homemade ground chicken burgers, and zucchini. I’ve also taken it camping.”
“This is something I wish I had bought years ago,” another reviewer chimed in. “I was already familiar with cast iron cooking, and I recently decided to make the change and try it indoors. I basically use the same cooking method indoors as I do out using my barbecue. I am able to perfectly grill meat, shrimp, [and] hot dogs, and the flavor and texture is excellent and comparable to grilling outdoors. I sincerely love this pan.”
And if you’re worried about handling the hot tool, don’t fret. There’s a specially designed silicone hot handle, also available from Amazon, that easily slips onto the pan. The only other problem you may come across is figuring out what to do with your old, cumbersome grill now that you’ve got this handy pan.
“As far as indoor grilling goes, it really does an impressive job,” a reviewer wrote. “It's built to last [and] it creates perfect grill marks on my food. Time to retire the inferior electric grills. I will be happy to have one less kitchen appliance taking up valuable storage space. What's not to love?”