Cast iron skillet is one of the chef's favorite cookware. It maintains unparalleled heat retention as you can apply many cooking techniques to perfect your cooking. It is important to have the right techniques to maximize the nonstick properties on the cast iron. We’ll make cast iron skillet phyllo pie with squash, kale, feta and goat cheese, original dutch baby, upside-down apple tart, braised chicken in Dijon mustard sauce, sweet potato and spinach skillet with eggs, and cast iron seared steak. We’ll talk about different types of cast iron pans and how to buy, use, maintain, and—importantly—season them. Instructor: Lars Liebisch
Cambridge Center for Adult Education (CCAE) offers online and in-person classes in subjects including: World Languages, Visual Arts, Food & Wine, Humanities, Performing Arts, Life & Wellness, & Business & Technology. All upcoming classes can be found at ccae.org.
View all Cambridge Center for Adult Education cooking classes in the Food & Wine Class calendar at https://ccae.org/food-wine-class-calendar
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This class will meet in-person at CCAE with a limited student capacity. Our in-person class guidelines for the fall can be found at ccae.org/in-person-classes.