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Dilbert



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PostPosted: Sat Feb 23, 2019 12:18 am    Post subject: Darto pans Reply with quote

Darto pans

an alternative to cast iron / etc / has been the "steel pan" - any number of manufacturers - Darto (from Argentina) is one - more reasonable
in price that some others.

the Darto black iron "steel" - seem to be well thought of so I sprung for one.

this is a 10" - stamped from one piece - no rivets/welds/joints - $100, shipping included. fast delivery!

they normally do 3 mm thick, but explained on their web site somebody booboo'ed on the raw material order and they got 4 mm.
this is a 4 mm version. should sear like a banshee!



test drive two-night!

black bass
in ze' pan



flipped. a bit extra oil used since the pan was non-seasoned.....
absolutely no sticking - shuffled like Teflon! and this is the _first_ cook in this pan... hot pan, hot oil, dry fish, no stick.


on a rack for an oven finish


divvy for two . . .


there's always leftovers . . . hmmm, is that a mebbe?
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