Cooking in a cast-iron skillet has a number of benefits, including lasting heat retention, non-stick properties when it’s properly seasoned, and being able to withstand high temperatures and the oven. A lot of the food that’s best in a cast-iron skillet also happens to be cozy and comforting, which means fall is one of the best times of the year to use it. From breakfast to dessert and snacks in between, try these cast-iron skillet recipes this fall.
There are few dishes more comforting than chicken pot pie, but it can be a long process to get dinner on the table. This cast-iron skillet version uses fast shortcuts such as store-bought rotisserie chicken and frozen puff pastry to simplify things. And since it’s all in one pan, there’s fewer dishes to wash.
Recipe: Bon Appetit
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