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Camping Cookware | Cast iron sets

We have a large range of quality Camping Cookware| Cast iron sets and dutch ovens available for sale. From cast iron pots, toasties, skillets and spun steel bedourie camp ovens that are made in Australia. Buy online and we can ship Australia wide.

With new products always coming in, our range of camping cookware| Cast iron sets and cooking gear is always growing with new releases. There are so many options to choose from depending on your use: stew a casserole in a cast iron pot, boil pasta in a stainless steel stockpot, smoke fish in a portable fish smoker, or fry up some chips in a frypan or skillet! Our range of camping cast iron cookware comes pre-seasoned so you'll be ready to cook straight out of the box. 

If you're looking for a gift pack, we have some excellent Campfire Camping Cookware sets to get the novice started with everything they need. Good reliable camp cook set while camping is a must. Buy right the first time and they'll last you for years to come.  

Cast iron cookware is a camping essential. It's durable, easy to clean, and can be used for a variety of different tasks, from cooking over an open fire to baking in a camp oven. However, cast iron can be a little tricky to use if you're not familiar with it. Here are a few tips to help you get the most out of your cast iron cookware on your next camping trip.

When choosing a camping cooking set, look for one that includes a skillet, a Dutch oven, and a griddle. These pieces will give you the versatility you need to cook all sorts of meals while camping. If you're new to using cast iron cookware, start with the skillet. It's the most user-friendly piece of camp cookware and can be used for everything from eggs to burgers.

Once you've got your camping cookware set up and ready to go, it's important to season it before use. Seasoning helps to create a non-stick surface on the cookware and also prevents rust. 

When cooking with cast iron cookware at camp, remember to preheat the pan before adding any food. This will help ensure even cooking and prevent sticking. Cast iron holds heat well, so once it's hot it will stay hot for a while. That means you'll need to adjust your cooking time accordingly. Start with shorter cooking times and increase as needed.

And finally, don't forget to clean and oil your cast iron cookware after each use. A little bit of care will go a long way in keeping your camping cookware in good condition for years to come.

Camping Cookware | Cast iron sets FAQs

Cast iron cookware has a number of advantages over other types of cookware. For starters, it is extremely durable and can last for many years with proper care. It is also very versatile and can be used on a variety of cooking surfaces, including stovetops, grills, and campfires. Additionally, cast iron evenly distributes heat, making it ideal for cooking at high temperatures. And because it retains heat so well, cast iron can also be used for keeping food warm. Finally, cast iron cookware is relatively inexpensive, making it a great option for budget-minded cooks.

To season a cast iron pan, in simple terms, means to bake on multiple layers of oil. Seasoning your cast iron pan is vital to preventing rust and creating a non-stick layer. The process prepares the cast iron for cooking and a well-seasoned pan will provide many years of use if cared for properly. 
To season your cast iron cookware, there are five simple steps:

  1. Scrub the pot or pan clean in hot soapy water.
  2. Dry thoroughly
  3. Spread a thin layer of vegetable oil over the skillet including the outside and the handle. This can be done with a clean cloth or paper towel. 
  4. Place it upside down in an oven pre-heated to 190° and bake for one hour. We recommend putting aluminium foil underneath to catch any oil that drips off. 
  5. After one hour, turn the oven off and let the pot or pan cool in the oven. 

You may find you’ll need to repeat the process a few times to reach this stage, but your cast iron cookware will eventually have a glossy yet hard black exterior.

Cleaning and maintaining your camp oven and cast iron pans are essential to preventing rust and ensuring optimum performance. To do so, there are a few simple “do nots” that you need to remember first: do not use soap, do not use steel wool and do not put your cast iron in the dishwasher. It’s also recommended that you don’t let the cast iron soak in water as this can cause the oven or pan to rust. 

To clean your cast iron, you simply need to rinse it out with hot water and a sponge or stiff brush. If your camp oven or pan has been seasoned, you shouldn’t have any trouble lifting food. If anything does get stuck, simply fill with warm water and heat until almost boiling and give it a gentle scrub. 
Before storing, ensure the cast iron is completely dry.

We supply a great range of Flaming Coals, Bedourie (Australian-made), Aussie spun steel and supex camp/dutch ovens, pans, skillets, griddles and so much more. If you need assistance finding the right pot or pan or other give us a call on 1300 002 771.

We have the following camping cookware extras:

  • Jaffle Irons
  • Pizza Pan Pyrolux
  • Bedourie Camp Ovens
  • Cast Iron Burger Grillers
  • Panini Sandwich press
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