Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by LucasGil Great Enameled Cast Iron Anyone who grew up in a kitchen using enameled cast iron understands their quality. Properly maintained enameled cast iron pans can last for generations. I consider the World Market Sapphire collection an affordable version of the French brands that are heavier and more costly. Since the Sapphire skillet is light weight, it is convenient for every day cooking. The fact that this pan is iron makes me feel better about the safety of its use since I prefer not to use aluminum or copper for cooking food. This is not a "non-stick" pan in the sense of the chemical coated pans they sell at most big box retailers. I prefer chemical-free cooking. Yes, there is a learning curve on how to use cast iron and enamel coated. But most issues can be solved using coconut oil, olive oil, or butter and a lower cooking temperature. If you do have food stick to the pan, soak it in soapy water for 10 minutes and it should come right off without the need for heavy scrubbing. Another great benefit of the enamel coating is that I can carefully use metal utensils to cook without scratching my pan. I bought a couple of these pans over the Christmas holidays. I loved them so much I started giving them out as gifts. How can you go wrong with the price! May 26, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Spott Not a non-stick surface I purchased this skillet because it was on sale and I thought it would be a good addition to the other Enamel cookware that I already have. However, this is not a good non-stick surface. Right now, I am soaking the skillet in the sink so I can clean it. I suggest spending a few more dollars and buying a better skillet. December 20, 2014
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