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Michael Nagengast
(MikeN) - F
Lightweight frying pan on 11/13/2006 14:31:34 MST Print View

I use a pepsi can stove, I'd like to try cooking pancakes. Any ideas on small lightweight frying pans? Any ideas on homemade griddle/pan?

Joshua Mitchell
(jdmitch) - F

Locale: Kansas
Lightweight Skillet? I'd try a... on 11/13/2006 14:46:14 MST Print View

Snow Peak Trek Titanium Plate

Extra benefit? It's cheap.

Don't try it with a Giga-Power though... well, if you do you need to really throttle the burner way down.

Oh, just a note, the picture on Campmor is incorrect... here's the link to Snow Peak's website

Edited by jdmitch on 11/13/2006 14:48:03 MST.

Jan Rezac
(zkoumal) - MLife

Locale: Prague, CZ
Re: Lightweight frying pan on 11/13/2006 14:52:46 MST Print View

Trangia makes non-stick aluminium pans, they come as pot lids in the set and probably could be purchased separately (There is one online store doing so here in Czech Rep.) Weight would be something like 150g, I suppose.