Copper Chef vs Cast Iron

Compare what is it? Copper Chef vs Cast Iron

Copper Chef – It is a non-stick, no clean-up cooking pan that can perform functions of cookers, pots, and pans single-handedly. One can also use it to cook on the gas stove well as in oven.

Lodge Cast-Iron Skillet – It is a multi-functional cookware for slow-cooking recipes and other popular foods. It has sophisticated features like two handles for heavy lifting, two subtle side lips for pouring and more. It claims that it retains heat so well that it keeps food warm for longer periods.

Compare what does it do? Copper Chef vs Cast Iron

Copper Chef – It claims it can replace all kinds of cookers, pots and pans as a single vessel and facilitates cooking without extra grease, butter or oil. It can cook on all kinds of ovens as well as gas stove tops including steam,electric, gas, or induction.

It can help one cook more than twenty-five recipes and its extra deep sides help it double as a roasting pan, rice cooker, steamer, stock pot, wok and a baking dish it yourself.

It is compatible with non-metallic utensils made of plastic or silicone.

Lodge Cast-Iron Skillet – It states that it slow-cooks recipes and performs cooking functions like frying, roasting, baking and more flawlessly.

It can also preserve heat well enough to help one sear meat at higher temperatures and keep meals warm for hours.

Made of cast iron, this Skillet evenly distributes heat from the bottom through the sidewalls. It is robust enough to last for decades.

Compare features: Copper Chef vs Cast Iron

Copper Chef

  • Ceramic-coated, non-stick and no clean-up pan
  • Comes with copper infused/Cerami-Tech technology
  • Includes a stainless steel induction plate that channels heat evenly through its surface
  • 4-piece system with 9 ½ square pan, tempered glass lid, steam and roast rack and fry basket
  • Resists up to 850 degrees of heat
  • Extra deep sides

Lodge Cast-Iron Skillet

  • Made of cast iron
  • Ideal for slow cooking and for various cooking functions
  • Seasoned with oil for a natural, easy-release finish that develops with use
  • Oven safe
  • Equally at ease on the stove, on the grill and over the campfire
  • Ideal for induction cooktops
  • Built to last for decades by virtue of being made from cast iron

Compare size: Copper Chef vs Cast Iron

Copper Chef – 9.5 inches

Lodge Cast-Iron Skillet – 12 inches

Compare Material: Copper Chef vs Cast Iron

Copper Chef – Ceramic, stainless steel and tempered glass

Lodge Cast-Iron Skillet – Cast iron

Compare Coating: Copper Chef vs Cast Iron

Copper Chef – Cerami-Tech (ceramic high-tech) non-stick coating free of chemicals, PTFE and PFOA.

Lodge Cast-Iron Skillet – Seasoned with natural vegetable oil for natural, easy-release finish that is supposed to improve with use.

Compare Bottom: Copper Chef vs Cast Iron

Copper Chef – Has a bottom induction plate made of steel pressed into aluminium

Lodge Cast-Iron Skillet – Seasoned with natural vegetable oil inside at the bottom. Specific coating outside at the base not mentioned.

Compare Heat resistance: Copper Chef vs Cast Iron

Copper Chef – Up to 850 degrees

Lodge Cast-Iron Skillet – Up to 500 degrees

Compare Handle: Copper Chef vs Cast Iron

Copper Chef – Rivet handle of Copper Chef is hollow, which makes it cooler.

Lodge Cast-Iron Skillet – Not mentioned. Hot handle holder to be used while cooking.


Is it oven safe?

Copper Chef – Yes

Lodge Cast-Iron Skillet – Yes

Compare Weight: Copper Chef vs Cast Iron

Copper Chef – 1.93 lbs.

Lodge Cast-Iron Skillet – 8 lbs.

Compare Price: Copper Chef vs Cast Iron

Copper Chef – $ 74.97

Lodge Cast-Iron Skillet – $27.99 + S/H

Compare Cleaning: Copper Chef vs Cast Iron

Copper Chef – Can be cleaned with mild soap and water and a soft, non-metal scrubber. Copper Chef can be cleaned in a dishwasher also.

Lodge Cast-Iron Skillet – Can be cleaned with a stiff nylon brush and washed under hot water without using soap and harsh detergents. Should be towel dried after cleaning and a light coating of oil to utensil should be applied while it’s warm.Dishwasher not recommended.

2 Comments on "Copper Chef vs Cast Iron"

  1. Ulysses Turnage | June 11, 2017 at 4:00 am | Reply

    I purchased 3 pans from ollies. Directions said to season pans as I would cast iron pans. I did and ruined 2 of them. As of today I have yet to see the power of the copper pans!

  2. Perfect Comparison. In my opinion COPPER CHEF are best.

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