The Best Accessories for Your GRIZZLY Cookware

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In love with your GRIZZLY nickel-plated skillet? Want to show it a little love?

When you start using a cast iron skillet and discover all of its many benefits and delicious meals it can help you create, you get a little excited. Who wouldn't?

In fact, once you’re in the groove of having cast iron in your kitchen, outdoor grill, or campfire, you can’t stop. And that’s when you want to start investigating how you can continue to refine your meal-prepping skills and get the best use out of your skillet.

You know what we’re talking about. Everything is made better with accessories – little gifts that enhance your cast iron cooking experience and maximize your results.

Here are some of the best accessories we’ve found to add a little ease and sizzle to your skillet skills.

Accessorize Your Cast Iron Skillet With Top-Notch Products

When searching for accessories that can make your cast iron cooking experience better, you want to look for quality craftsmanship and well-made products.

Sound like a challenge? Don’t stress another minute; we’ve got you covered. These cast iron cooking additions can make all the difference.

1. Leather Skillet Handle Cover

Your skillet will get hot, so you want to be able to protect your hands as you cook or bake with it.

Reaching for hand towels or oven mitts can slow you down, make gripping tough and lead to fumbles. No one has time for a dropped skillet or spilled food. That’s why you need a leather skillet handle cover. It not only protects your hands and securely holds your skillet, but it also molds to your handles with repeated use, becoming a well-used and well-loved accessory.

2. Spurtle

This one may sound silly by name, and you may have never heard of it, but once you start using it, you’ll be singing its praises and gifting it to all your food-loving friends.

Specially designed to stir sauces and stews, a spurtle is a kitchen utensil that shines at preventing sticking and burning as you scrape the bottom and sides of your skillet. Think of an all-purpose spatula with a shape that’s ideal for using every inch of your cooking surface.

3. Bear Paws Meat Claws

You’re a meat lover, and you want to save time in the kitchen by shredding your meat with ease. That’s where the Bear Paws Meat Claws come in.

These meat shredding tools fit in your hands perfectly, allowing you to simply shred without the hassle or mess of working with knives and forks.

4. Wooden Spoons

Quality wooden spoons are a godsend in the kitchen. You use them to stir, scrape, serve, and, of course, taste.

Choose natural hardwoods like maple, cherry, walnut, or olivewood that can stand up to stains and odors versus softwoods that are not as long-lasting and will more easily absorb moisture.

We just recently added our Chef’s Friend cherry wooden turner to the GRIZZLY products mix and we can’t say enough about this product. It’s a scooper, a server, a scraper, a turner and a stirrer. Crafted from cherry wood to be the gem of your kitchen utensils, make sure to check it out today!

5. Your Skillet Care and Use Guide

Yes, this one may be a no-brainer, but the last thing you want is to do something silly and risk the long life of your skillet.

You should never use chain scrubbers or steel wool to clean your nickel-plated cast iron skillet. For best results, hand wash your GRIZZLY. And remember to never place a hot skillet on cold surfaces or under cold water. Always allow it to cool before cleaning.

Quality Goods Deserve Quality Accessories

We hope this list helps you plan to accessorize your cast iron skillet, focusing on quality crafted goods versus those that aren’t made to last, costing you more time and money in the long run.

Our fine leather goods and carved hardwood utensils can not only compliment your nickel-plated cast iron GRIZZLY, but they can also amplify your cooking adventures.

If you still have questions about what accessories would work best with your skillet, let GRIZZLY help. We have years of experience using these skillets and can share some tips and tricks to perfect your indoor and outdoor cooking and grilling. Get in touch with us today to learn more about cooking with nickel-coated cast iron.