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Mini cast iron Skillet

Discussion in 'Cooking' started by Globetrotter.uk, Oct 29, 2018.

  1. Globetrotter.uk

    Globetrotter.uk Full Member

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    Just picked up a Brownie cooking kit with cast iron skillet from B&M £5. Ideal for my hobo stove, enough room to fry a giant hash brown or burger.
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    Got a similar one from aldi last year. It's in constant use home and away. Great buy. It will do an egg and a couple of rashers nicely .
     
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    Stew Bushcrafter through and through

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    Need to visit B & M now! Missed out on their salt blocks earlier in the year.
     
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    I looked at those just last week, and if I wanted to camp with anything but as light as I could go, I'd have bought it.
    Came with a couple of cake mixes, iirc.
    Was tempted for the house, looks ideal for individual rosti, etc.,

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  5. Tonyuk

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    Ikea sell a great pan for use on stoves, i have 1 that i use in the house also;

    https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products...ovärdig-frying-pan-golden-brown-art-50270179/

    The smallest version packs well enough and is solidly built, the non-stick works great is hasn't got any marks on it.

    I pair it with a good steel mug and an msr pot or aluminium billy usually. Great for frying some bacon then cracking 3 eggs in, letting it all cook in to a big omelette like thing.
     
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    g4ghb Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    Wilkos have them as well if it helps :encourage:
     
  7. ScottE

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    The oval shaped sizzlers are perfect for a solo brekkie on a fire or a stove.
    I enjoy mine anyway:
     

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