Victoria
Victoria
Victoria

Victoria

Made in Colombia since 1939, family owned Victoria Cookware produces world-class cast iron cookware, tools and accessories perfect for the home cook or professional chef. Made from tough and durable seasoned cast iron, Victoria cast iron cookware is virtually indestructible and built to last generations.

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With a rich heritage dating back to 1939, Victoria cast iron cookware is loved for its exceptional quality, durability and versatility. The range includes both seasoned and enamelled pieces that are built to last generations.

Victoria's commitment to excellence is evident in the meticulous craftsmanship of each piece. The cookware is made from high quality cast iron, known for its superior heat retention and even cooking. This ensures that your food is cooked thoroughly and evenly, enhancing the flavours and textures of your dishes. Moreover, Victoria Cookware is designed to last a lifetime, becoming a cherished part of your kitchen and a valuable heirloom to pass down through generations.

Top features of Victoria cast iron

  • Material quality: High quality cast iron that ensures durability and superior heat retention.
  • Pre-seasoned and enamelled options: Victoria offers a range of seasoned cookware which is pre-seasoned with natural oils, providing a non-stick surface and enhanced flavour, as well as a range of enamelled cast iron which does not require seasoning.
  • Versatility: Suitable for various cooking methods, including frying, baking, grilling, and slow cooking. The seasoned range is suitable for use over the campfire, on the barbecue, in the oven and on the stovetop. The enamelled range is suitable on all stovetops and in the oven.
  • Heat distribution: Cast iron offers even heat distribution for consistent cooking results.
  • Durability: Designed to withstand high temperatures and daily use without warping or breaking.
  • Ergonomic design: Comfortable handles and balanced weight for easy handling and maneuverability.
  • Oven safe: Can be used in the oven, on the stovetop, and even on the grill (seasoned cast iron only).
  • Easy maintenance: Simple to clean and maintain with proper care.
  • Eco-friendly: Made from recycled materials, promoting sustainability.
  • Aesthetic appeal: Classic, timeless design that enhances the look of your kitchen.

Key benefits of Victoria cast iron cookware

  • Long-lasting: Built to last for decades, offering great value for money.
  • Energy efficient: Retains heat well, reducing the need for constant heat supply and saving energy.
  • Uniform cooking: Ensures even cooking, preventing hotspots and undercooked areas.
  • Retains heat: Keeps food warm for longer periods, perfect for serving.
  • Non-toxic: Free from harmful chemicals found in traditional non-stick coatings.
  • Culinary precision: Allows precise control over cooking temperatures.
  • Aesthetic value: Adds a rustic, classic charm to your kitchen decor.

Common uses of cast iron

  • Searing: Perfect for searing meats to lock in juices and flavours.
  • Baking: Ideal for baking breads, cakes, and cornbread.
  • Frying: Excellent for frying foods with minimal oil.
  • Grilling: Suitable for indoor and outdoor grilling.
  • Slow cooking: Great for making stews, soups, and casseroles.

Complementary accessories and products

  • Cast iron cleaner: Helps maintain the seasoning and longevity of your cast iron cookware.
  • Silicone handle holders: Protects your hands from hot handles.
  • Wooden utensils: Prevents scratching the seasoned surface of the cookware.
  • Cast iron scrubber: Facilitates easy cleaning without damaging the seasoning.
  • Lid lifter: Convenient tool for lifting hot lids safely.

FAQs

How do I season Victoria cast iron seasoned cookware?

To season your Victoria cast iron cookware, preheat your oven to 180°C. Apply a thin layer of vegetable oil to the entire surface of the cookware, including the handles. Place the cookware upside down in the oven with a baking sheet on the lower rack to catch any drips. Bake for one hour, then let it cool completely in the oven. This process creates a natural, non-stick coating.

Can I use metal utensils on my cast iron cookware?

While you can use metal utensils, it's best to use wooden or silicone utensils to prevent scratching the surface.

How do I clean my cast iron cookware?

After cooking, let the cookware cool slightly, then rinse with hot water and scrub with a non-abrasive brush or sponge. Avoid using soap on seasoned cast iron, as it can strip the seasoning. Enamelled cast iron is fine to use with dish detergent. Dry thoroughly with a towel. For seasoned cast iron, apply a light coat of oil to the surface after drying to prevent rust.

Is cast iron cookware suitable for induction stovetops?

Yes, cast iron cookware works well on induction stovetops due to its magnetic properties. Ensure the cookware has a flat base for optimal contact with the stovetop surface.

Can I use cast iron cookware in the oven?

Absolutely! Cast iron cookware is oven safe and can withstand high temperatures, making it ideal for baking, roasting, and broiling.

Why does my seasoned cast iron cookware have a rough surface?

The rough surface is a result of the casting process. Over time, as you continue to cook and season the cookware, it will develop a smoother, more non-stick surface.

How can I prevent my seasoned cast iron cookware from rusting?

To prevent rust, always dry your cast iron cookware thoroughly after washing. Store it in a dry place and apply a light coat of oil to the surface before storing.

What should I do if my seasoned cast iron cookware rusts?

If your cast iron cookware rusts, scrub the rust off with a stiff brush and hot water. Dry it thoroughly, then re-season the cookware by applying a layer of oil and baking it in the oven.

Can I cook acidic foods in cast iron cookware?

While you can cook acidic foods like tomatoes and citrus in seasoned cast iron, prolonged exposure can strip the seasoning. It's best to use enamelled cast iron cookware for highly acidic dishes.

How do I restore an old cast iron pan?

To restore an old seasoned or raw cast iron pan, remove any rust by scrubbing with steel wool. Clean thoroughly, dry completely, and then re-season the pan by applying oil and baking it in the oven.

Victoria Cookware is an excellent addition to any kitchen, offering unparalleled durability, versatility, and performance. From searing and frying to baking and slow cooking, Victoria's high quality cast iron cookware ensures exceptional results every time. With proper care and maintenance, these pieces will last a lifetime, becoming a treasured part of your culinary journey. Explore the range of Victoria cookware at Kitchen Warehouse and elevate your cooking experience with the timeless quality of cast iron.