How To Season Cast Iron Pan – Skinny Recipes

How To Season Cast Iron Pan – Skinny Recipes

cooking with cast iron pan is easy, in this video I am showing you how I season my cast iron pan after I cook food on it. A well seasoned cast iron pan has a non stick surface ideal for roasting, sautéing, baking etc. Cast iron pans retains heat well and distributes it evenly and is durable and will last forever if you care for it properly.
Cooking in cast iron pan helps in iron absorption and highly beneficial if you have iron deficiency anemia.
Did you know that our thyroid needs adequate iron levels to produce the active hormones T4 and T3. If our body is low in iron, the enzyme responsible for this can be reduced in activity up to 50%.
Iron is also essential to another key enzyme, which converts T4 into T3. (T3 is our most active thyroid hormone). If you are already on medication for your thyroid, having adequate iron levels is still important for converting the medication into active, usable, thyroid hormone.

Cast Iron and Iron Absorption:
Thyroid And Iron:
Roasted Channa Salad:

Roasted Sweet Potato Soup (oil free):
(Rs: 3713)
My big cast iron pan:
(Rs: 2549)
My small cast iron pan:
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