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How to Clean and Maintain Your Cast Iron

You’ve probably heard about the benefits of cooking with cast iron: the high heat, the versatility, the durability, and especially the longevity. If you treat a cast iron skillet or Dutch oven right, it could last you a lifetime. However, you may have also heard that cleaning and maintaining a cast iron piece is difficult and inconvenient. We are here to dispel that rumor. In fact, cleaning cast iron is almost easier than washing regular dishes. Read on to find out how to properly clean and maintain your cast iron cookware, so you can keep cooking for years to come.


Cleaning

For day-to-day cleaning between light cooking jobs, a simple scrape and rinse should be adequate for keeping your cookware clean. If your seasoning is in good shape (not dull or marbled), go through the steps below:  

  • While skillet or Dutch oven is still warm, rinse with warm water. Avoid using cold water on a hot dish, as this can strain the iron.
  • Use a dish brush to scrub and scrape the inside until any food residue is gone.
  • Pat dry with a towel or paper towel and let dry in an open air rack. Make sure your cast iron is absolutely dry before storing—excess moisture may lead to rust.

For heavy-duty cleaning jobs, you might need a few extra tools. If there is food cooked onto the cast iron, or if it’s been a while since you deep cleaned your dish, you can follow these steps:

  • While the cookware is still warm, try to remove all food bits with warm water and a plastic pan scraper or chain mail scrubber. These won’t scratch your pan’s seasoned finish, but they’re tough enough to scrape off stubborn residue.
  • Fill the skillet or Dutch oven with warm water and set on a stove to heat. Bring the water to a simmer and add 2 teaspoons of Cast Iron Cleaner or food-grade oil.
  • Rub the cleaner in with a plastic brush or clean dish rag. If there is still any burnt-on food, you can loosen it by letting the pan simmer with the water and cleaner for several minutes then scrubbing. You can also try boiling the water for about 10 minutes.
  • Rinse well and pat dry with a towel.
  • While the cast iron is still warm, spritz every surface a few times with Cast Iron Conditioner or pour a little bit of food-grade oil and dab it into the metal with a paper towel or clean cloth. Wipe off any excess (you don’t want your pan to be dripping in oil).
  • Allow to dry and cool before storing.

Re-seasoning

If your cast iron cookware has rusted or its seasoning has been damaged, don’t panic. There is still hope for your favorite skillet or Dutch oven. It just may need some extra care to get back to cooking shape. This process is called restoring or re-seasoning. Follow our guide below or watch the featured video from Camp Chef to restore your cast iron cookware.

  • Heat up your cast iron piece in a self-cleaning oven to strip the seasoning. If your oven doesn’t have a self-clean setting, you can heat your cookware to 450° F for 1-2 hours.
  • Let the cast iron cool a bit before trying to handle it with heat guard gloves.
  • Use a steel wool pad to scrub any rust off the surface of the cast iron. For extreme cases, you can also use a wire wheel brush on a drill to clean the rust away.
  • After you have removed all the rust and stains from the cookware, and while it is still warm, apply a thin coat of Cast Iron Conditioner or food-grade oil. For best results, squeeze some conditioner onto a lint-free cloth and rub it onto every surface of the cast iron.
  • Place the cast iron piece into a pre-heated oven, grill, or smoke vault, and bake it at 450° F for another 30 minutes.
  • Let cool before storing.

And just like that, your skillet or Dutch oven will be ready to go. Cleaning and seasoning your favorite cast iron is simple; and if you follow our tips, you will have an excellent collection of cookware for quite some time. Let us know if you have any questions in the comments below. Then check out our variety of pre-seasoned cast iron cookware today!


Winter Grilling 101

Whoever said grilling season is in the summer never owned a pellet grill. When you have a SmokePro pellet grill from Camp Chef on your back patio, grilling season never ends. You can continue smoking ribs, searing steaks, and grilling burgers no matter what the temperature is outside. Keep reading to see how you can use your grill to the fullest all year round.

1. Stock Up on Fuel

If you live in an area with snowy, rainy, or otherwise chilly winter weather, your grill is going to burn more wood pellets than it would in the summer. This is because the temperature outside is so much lower than the ambient temperature your grill is trying to reach. It will burn more fuel (plan on about 50% more) to hit the right heat, so you should make sure you have plenty of extra pellets.

But don’t just buy any old wood pellets. To get the most efficient and hottest burn, you need pure hardwood pellets—no chemical fillers or wood biproducts. When you’re already using extra fuel, these pellets will give you the most bang for your buck.

2. Check Food Without Opening the Lid

While in the summer, cracking the lid of your pellet grill isn’t detrimental to the food you’re cooking, it can make a big impact during winter. Because the outside temperature is so much colder than the inside of the grill, the heat will escape much quicker if you open the chamber. You risk swaying the cooking temperature if you consistently crack the lid.

Instead, check the food from the outside. Using the meat probe thermometer or a wireless thermometer, you can track your food’s internal temperature from the digital readout on the front of the grill. That means no peeking, no temperature swings, and food cooked to perfection.

3. Keep Your Grill Insulated

Just like you put a coat on when it’s cold outside, you can do the same for your pellet grill and smoker. The more insulation you can provide for your cooker, the quicker it will heat up, the steadier the temperature will be, and the less fuel you will burn.

First of all, remove any snow from the grill’s body (if you live in a snowy place), and place it in an area where it will be somewhat shielded from weather like wind, rain, or snow. Then install a pellet grill blanket around the surface. The heavy duty, heat-resistant material will lock heat in and keep cold out. You’ll see a big difference in heating speeds and temperature maintenance with a blanket around your grill in cold weather.

Keep a pellet grill blanket on your grill to maintain the right temperature

4. Plan Accordingly

When you’re grilling in cold weather, you should plan on your meal taking a little longer to cook than it does warm weather. Your grill will take longer to preheat—15-20 minutes instead of 10—and your food will probably take longer to cook because the chamber temperature may fall about 10° lower than normal. To work around the timing, we recommend cooking recipes that are low-and-slow or quick-and-easy. With low-and-slow, you won’t be worried about a tight time budget because of the nature of such a recipe, and your grill won’t have to work so hard to maintain a low temperature. On the other hand, quick-and-easy recipes never take that long in the first place. All you need is your grill to reach the right temperature, and you’ll be done cooking in a few minutes.

5. Use Cast Iron

Once you finish cooking your food, it’s difficult to keep it warm outside in the winter time. When you’re wrapping up the cooking process, you can set a cast iron skillet with a lid or a Dutch oven with a lid inside your grill. This will warm up the cast iron—a metal that holds heat famously. Place finished food inside the dish, and move it from the grill. The iron will act as a warming dish for anything inside, and you’ll get to sit down to a nice warm meal.

6. Follow Safety Precautions

Despite the sour weather, never grill indoors. A garage or shed might look like the perfect place for you and your pellet grill to take shelter from the snow, wind, rain, or cold, but it’s not a good idea. Carbon monoxide can accumulate from cooking in an enclosed area, which is dangerous for you and your family.

You also want to make sure you’ve placed your grill far enough away from any vinyl siding or eaves. If you have your pellet grill set to a high temperature and it’s too close to such areas, you could have a melted mess on your hands.

Lastly, of course, be sure to bundle up with enough layers to brave winter grilling. Stay warm, enjoy the outdoors, and eat the delicious food you love all year long. You’ll show everyone that grilling season is right now.

Holiday Prime Rib Recipe

Prime Rib for the HolidaysFor a hearty, decadent holiday meal, you’ll want to try this recipe for smoked prime rib. With a SmokePro pellet grill from Camp Chef, cooking an expensive cut like prime rib is simple, and you’re almost guaranteed incredible results. Just imagine that tender, juicy meat waiting for you on Christmas. Ready to get started?

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Ingredients

10 lb. prime rib (bone out) Ground pepper Kosher salt Garlic powder

Instructions

Pat the meat dry with a paper towel, and wrap it with butcher’s twine if it isn’t already. You can usually ask your local butcher to do this for you as well.

Season all sides of the prime rib with salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Wrap in foil or plastic wrap and let sit in refrigerator for 10-12 hours or overnight.

Set out the meat when you’re ready to cook, and let it come to room temperature for 1-2 hours. For the last 15 minutes of that time, preheat your pellet grill or smoker (or oven) to Hi-Smoke or 225° F.

Unwrap the prime rib. Then insert the temperature probe into the thickest part of the meat, so you can get an accurate internal temp reading.

Let meat cook in the grill until the internal temperature gets to 110° F, then turn the grill up to 400° F and finish cooking up to the internal temp of 125° F.

Once the prime rib reaches this temperature, remove it from heat and wrap it in foil to rest 15-20 minutes. Be sure that the bottom strip of foil forms a container around the bottom of the prime rib to catch all the renderings.

After resting, pour the juices from the foil into a bowl or cup. Use them for au jus or just drizzle them back over each slice of meat. Serve and enjoy!

Family Fun Outdoor Gift Guide

With Christmas just around the corner, it’s time to start the mad rush of gift shopping. But that doesn’t mean you can’t find a couple things that you’d love, too. In fact, there are a few gifts this season that your whole family will love. We’ve come up with a list of our favorite family fun outdoor gear, so you and all your loved ones can enjoy your gifts together.


1. For the Movie Buffs

An outdoor movie screen is the perfect present to ramp up your family movie nights. Forget searching the couch for the remote—head outside and watch in the fresh air. Popcorn, hot chocolate, and blankets are definitely recommended.

Family watching a movie on an outdoor movie screen

2. For the S’more Chefs

Nothing draws people together like a glowing fire and melting marshmallows. Enjoy chatting and singing around a classic campfire without any of the mess, smoke, or cleanup. Then, add roasting sticks into the mix for s’mores, and you’ve got a recipe for family fun.

Family around fire pit

3. For the Dessert Lovers

This is for all the sweet tooths out there. These mini cast iron skillets work perfectly for fresh-baked cookies with ice cream on top. And the sizes are such that everyone can munch on their own personal dessert from each skillet.

Skillet cookies with ice cream and chocolate syrup

4. For the Pizza Artists

Friday night pizza, anyone? This pizza oven will bake your homemade pizza in minutes, so you can line up a variety of personal pizzas or put together a few larger ones to share. Either way, your kids will love putting the toppings together and watching the pizza bake before their eyes.

Outdoor pizza oven and spatula

5. For the Car Campers

Now you can bring the kitchen with you wherever you go. An oven at the campsite means fresh rolls at dinner, brownies for dessert, and cinnamon rolls in the morning. Enjoy all your favorite dishes right in the middle of nature.

Outdoor oven at a campsite

6. For the Breakfast Enthusiasts

If you’ve got a lot of mouths to feed in your family, then the Flat Top Grill is the cooking system you need. Its huge surface area can cook up enough eggs, bacon, hashbrowns, and pancakes to keep your family full and happy. Try it out for breakfast on Christmas morning, or even lunch and dinner.

French toast, sausage, and egg cooking on a Flat Top Grill

7. For the Indecisive

Want to bake pizzas, grills burgers, fry bacon, and all of the above? We have an option for those of you who can’t choose just one—it’s our versatile Pro 90 Triple Burner Stove. As part of Camp Chef’s 16-inch cooking system, you can mix and match stovetop accessories like a pizza oven, a BBQ box, a griddle, or even a Dutch oven. This is truly an all-in-one family gift.

Barbecuing on a Pro 90 triple burner stove


Have your eyes on a few other gifts for your family this year? We’d love to hear about them! Let us know in the comments below what outdoor gear you’re gifting this year.

How to Save Oven Space on Thanksgiving

When Thanksgiving week rolls around, oven space becomes a precious commodity. There’s never enough room, it seems, for that one last side dish or a tray of dinner rolls. Getting everything roasted and baked on time for the feast is like coordinating a complicated dance routine—if one dish gets out of step, it holds up everything else.

So if you’re worried about fitting all the food in your oven this holiday, we have some good news: You don’t have to. We have three ways for you to save on oven space this Thanksgiving. Read on to find out more.

Baking in the Smoke Vault 1. Cooler A more accurate word for a cooler might be an insulator. Whether you’re trying to keep things cold or hot, a cooler will maintain that temperature for a long time. A large cooler could be the perfect place to store your turkey after you’re finished smoking it, or even your pies as you wait for dessert. Either way, you won’t need to use your oven to keep things warm, and you’ll have plenty of more space to cook that last-minute green bean casserole.

 

2. Smoke Vault That’s right—a Camp Chef Smoke Vault can do more than just smoke meat or cook jerky. It actually works quite well as an outdoor oven. The design of the vault is such that the hot air inside of it will circulate, cooking your food convection-style rather than with direct heat. That’s just like your oven at home. Depending on the outside weather, you could use your Smoke Vault to keep your side dishes warm or even bake a pie.

But you don’t want your pies and breads to taste smoky. If you take some time to clean out any drippings on the bottom or sides of the vault, and If you remove the water tray and pellet tray, there won’t be any smoke during the cooking process.

  3. SmokePro Pellet Grill If you’re looking for the best way to save oven space this holiday season, a SmokePro Pellet Grill is your answer. Camp Chef’s digital temperature control system makes it so you can set your heat and let it be, just like your kitchen oven. There’s no babysitting or adjusting required—just baking.

When you set your pellet grill to a higher temperature for baking, such as 350° F, your grill won’t produce very much smoke. Additionally, if you use Premium Hardwood Pellet flavors like Apple and Cherry, you won’t taste a harsh, smoky flavor either. In fact, the burning wood will complement your baked goods.

Are you ready to celebrate Thanksgiving instead of stress about it? Try out one of our three space-saving plans above, and let us know how it goes.

Two turkeys on a SmokePro pellet grill

Cast Iron Skillet Biscuit and Egg Boats Recipe

Biscuit and Egg Boats Cooked in a Skillet in the Italia Artisan Pizza Oven.

By: Gary House

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