Is it healthy to cook in cast iron?

A cast-iron skillet may seem like an old-fashioned cookware choice. But this dependable object is a must in the modern kitchen. Cast iron conducts heat beautifully, seamlessly transitions from stovetop to oven and lasts for decades. Plus, cooking with cast iron can be good for your health.

Keeping this in consideration, can you make scrambled eggs in a cast iron skillet?

Coat your skillet with a light layer of olive oil and heat on medium. Saute the onions and diced tomatoes until just cooked. While your onions and tomatoes are sauteing, mix the eggs (aka scramble the eggs) in a bowl along with the half and half, salt, pepper. It's so easy to cook scrambled eggs in cast iron.

Can you cook eggs on a griddle?

Functionally, the only difference in a griddle and a frying pan is the anchored cooking surface. A large offset spatula will prove useful when you cook eggs on a griddle. Use a thin-profile metal spatula if you have a cast-iron griddle, and a silicone spatula for electric griddles with nonstick surfaces.

Do you need to oil a cast iron skillet?

These are the only rules you need to know to have a successful lifelong relationship with your cast iron. Season it when you get it.Even pre-seasoned cast iron can do with some extra protection. To season your pan, heat it up on the stovetop until its smoking hot, then rub a little oil into it and let it cool.