Food topics, including recipes.
Thu 25 Oct, 2018 5:28 pm
Thinking to mix up my food options and get into some fried goodies like pancakes, fried rice, risoni, sweet potato chips, the good old stirfry.
Wondering what is a good frypan model you've used? A little bulky but could use a mini kettle, giant stainless mug and the frypan...
Up to 20cm and a 5cm side wall perhaps
Thu 25 Oct, 2018 10:06 pm
The lid of my Trangia kit makes an adequate frying pan. Mine is Teflon-coated as well.
A bit heavy for longer hikes.
Fri 26 Oct, 2018 6:55 am
Not that i fry very often...
Asian shop special with the heavy handle taken off...thick base.
Not too big, not too small. Cooks a brekky omelette a treat.
You could grind down the sides a bit and loose some the weight you just gained with the base...I didn't bother.
Once it's in the pack, its out of sight out of mind.
Fri 26 Oct, 2018 7:54 am
Don't hike with one myself but I remember a discussion about Frypans a while back and thought these looked goodhttps://frybake.com/products/
Sat 12 Jan, 2019 9:59 am
I have a small 500 ml pot from Aldi (Adventuridge Brand) which has a partially curved base. This is pretty good for frying eggs, potato fish cakes, fritattas and pancakes, if you don't mind the weight.
Basically find a small wide pot with a curved base and you have a pot that you can fry things in.
Fri 10 Apr, 2020 7:18 pm
Noticed some 1egg sized frying pans in our local supermarkets...lose the handles if your worried about weight.
Fri 10 Apr, 2020 7:26 pm
I didn't get into frying on buswalks yet, other than nachos in my half size hike pot...
Car camping/living I had a nice anodised 20cm frypan from Spotlight. Left it at a mates then ended up with a 24cm replacement. A bit more funtional but have to be careful to not stir things off and over the edge.
Still looking for the elusive small titanium wok.
Sat 02 May, 2020 12:13 pm
I spotted a 10cm frying pan in Big W yesterday for$9.90, thin-ish alloy, non stick, the handle is probably the heaviest part. Without the handle it would be light enough but maybe too small to be practical.
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