By seasoning the cookware, a layer of oil is baked into the pores of the metal, filling in the rough surface and creating a smooth, non-stick surface.
In terms of taste, the seasoning layer can impart a subtle flavor to the food being cooked. This flavor can vary depending on the oil used to season the cookware, and some oils may have a more pronounced flavor than others.
Clean the cookware: Before seasoning your cast-iron cookware, you should clean it thoroughly to remove any dirt or grease.
Apply a layer of oil: Once the cookware is dry, apply a thin layer of oil to the cookware’s surface.
Heat the cookware in the oven: After applying the oil, heat the cookware in the oven to a high temperature.