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De Buyer country pan - what do you use yours for?

babyraccoon | Jul 27, 201901:59 AM     13

Am considering this pan as a wok substitute for my induction cooktop. I’m aware it’s not a traditional wok, too much flat bottom etc., but might like to see how it performs as one. My traditional flat-bottom carbon steel wok is already a compromise given the heat source- the bottom gets very hot, but the heat drops off almost immediately up the sides, rather than gradually if I were using gas.

Anyhow, I’m considering the country pan, but would like to hear what kinds of dishes people use it for? If it doesn’t serve well for stir-fries I’d like to still be able to find a use for it...

Thanks for any feedback!

MINERAL B country frypan with 2 handles de Buyer

www.debuyer.com
MINERAL B country frypan with 2 handles de Buyer
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