Why season matte enamel?
January 24, 2009 11:46 PM Subscribe
Why does my Ikea SENIOR casserole
, which has a "matte enamel interior", come with instructions for seasoning?
posted by Kemayo to Food & Drink (6 answers total) 6 users marked this as a favorite
It was my understanding that seasoning cast iron cookware was only relevant when the iron was bare. It seems pointless if it's just going over enamel...
The seasoning instructions are in a little booklet with care instructions for the SENIOR line. I thought it might be that, say, the frying pan was bare cast iron, but according to the website, they all have the matte enamel interior.
(It seemed, from look/feel, entirely plausible to me that the interior could be bare iron. However, I'm not terribly familiar with cast iron cookware.)