UL frying pan ideas
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(cconat2000) - F
UL frying pan ideas on 08/03/2009 18:36:44 MDT Print View

I'd like to try some of the pizza and pancake recipes I've seen lately, but I don't want to carry a heavy frying pan into the backcountry.

Ideas? Could you use a foil product like a pie pan, or something a little thicker than that?

Sarah Kirkconnell
(sarbar) - F

Locale: In the shadow of Mt. Rainier
Options on 08/04/2009 08:35:27 MDT Print View

If you search you can find very light fry pan lids. You don't need a deep nor heavy (or thick) pan for doing it - but you will need to watch the pan and shift it on the heat source.

As well, if your cooking pot is a wide/shallow one and is non stick, use it! Deep and narrow is not a good choice though.

Brad Groves
(4quietwoods) - MLife

Locale: Michigan
Re: UL frying pan ideas on 08/04/2009 08:39:50 MDT Print View

I once bought an el cheapo aluminum pie tin when a friend decided he'd be fishing on a trip... worked fine with plenty of oil and low heat. Evernew makes Ti non-stick fry pans, maybe 5 ounces?

Dale South
(dsouth) - M

Locale: Southeast
Re: UL frying pan ideas on 08/04/2009 08:56:03 MDT Print View

Try the One Egg Wonder at Target or Wal-Mart. My friend uses this to make trail pizzas using an aluminum foil lid.

http://www.target.com/WearEver-One-Egg-Wonder/dp/B001329J42/sr=1-1/qid=1249397724/ref=sr_1_1/183-5503823-2997769?ie=UTF8&search-alias=tgt-index&frombrowse=0&rh=k%3Aone%5Fegg%5Fpans&page=1