8.5" Carbon Steel Skillet

Carbon steel skillets seamlessly blend the best features of cast iron and stainless steel. These skillets develop a slick non-stick coating (and a darker color) as you cook with them and when properly seasoned, while also allowing you to retain heat and achieve a perfect sear.

Our carbon steel skillets are also lightweight, highly durable, and compatible with all stovetops. The 8.5" Carbon Steel Skillet is our smallest option.

It's all in the details

Carbon steel skillets are highly versatile and the perfect tool for cooking a wide range of dishes, which is why they have been a staple of restaurant kitchens for years. Use them to sear meats and sauté vegetables, and also to cook eggs or other items that you typically cook on your non-stick pan.

We designed our handles with a concave textured grip so that the pan doesn't slide around in your hands while tossing and maneuvering around the stove top. We also ensured that the handle is easy to grip, allowing the pan to stay balanced in your hands with weight evenly distributed.

The cooking surface is designed with rounded corners, making for easier tossing, pouring, and clean-up.

The slick non-stick surface on our carbon steel skillets make them easy to clean. Just rinse your pan in warm water and use a towel or non-scratch pad to remove any left-over food bits. Just be sure to dry your pan thoroughly after cleaning to avoid staining.

Our cookware works on all stovetops, including induction, gas, electric, and glass. And is oven safe up to 600 degrees Fahrenheit.

Cooking surface: 6.5"

Italian Manufacturing

We worked closely with our same partners in Italy to create our Carbon Steel Skillets. From the textured handles to the rounded edges, these pans are perfect for various cooking tasks, including searing proteins and cooking eggs, and they can handle high-heat cooking.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we offer free shipping on all orders over $50. We also offer a 30 day trial on all of our cookware, including all of the carbon steel skillets.

Yes, once you your new skillet arrives you'll want to season it. The process is simple and you'll just need a few drops of oil. Learn More

To clean your carbon steel skillet, just rinse them in warm water and use a towel or non-scratch pad to remove any left-over food bits. For harder to clean spots, add a small amount of water to your pan and bring it up to a boil. Then, use a flat-bottomed spatula to scrape off any stuck on food. Just be sure to dry your pan thoroughly after cleaning. Do not put them in the dishwasher. Learn more