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Mauviel M'steel Crepe Pan : Fully induction-capable and PFOA- and PTFE-free, the Mauviel M'steel Crepe Pan quickly cooks airy, evenly browned crepes from savory asparagus-chicken and southwestern crepes to dessert crepes including chocolate hazelnut and lemon chiffon. The Mauviel carbon steel crepe pan is an all-round pan for creating breakfast blintzes and poached eggs to caramelized onions and savory sauteed vegetables. Crafted in France by world-renowned Mauviel, the cookware's commercial-grade carbon steel construction withstands ultra-high temperatures, allowing longer preheating and superb searing. After seasoning, the French crepe pan acquires natural nonstick properties and is durable against metal utensils. As heavy-duty as cast iron but lighter to handle, the carbon steel pan is perfect for evenly heating light, fruit-filled crepes topped with tangy berry reduction. A triple-riveted steel handle offers increased stability for swirling butter and ultra-thin batter in the pan. The Mauviel carbon steel crepe pan is suited for all cooktops, including professional gas ranges and campfires, and is oven- and broiler-safe. In 1830 Ernest Mauviel founded his Mauviel manufacturing company in Villedieu-les-Poeles, France's "city of copper." Mauviel is a 7th-generation family-owned business and its superior cookware is still manufactured in France and preferred by distinguished chefs, culinary professionals and home cooks throughout the world. Originally specializing in copper products, today Mauviel 1830 also produces carbon steel, stainless-steel and aluminum cookware with the company's same legendary design and performance. With Mauviel's more than 180 years of expert craftsmanship, you can trust the lasting quality of the M'steel carbon steel pan for your own kitchen. Product Features Mauviel 1830 M'steel carbon steel pan is crafted and hand-finished in France 1.2 - 3 mm thick commercial-grade black steel (carbon steel) provides excellent heat conduction French crepe pan is PFOA- and PTFE-free Acquires natural nonstick properties after seasoning Commercial-grade, high-density carbon steel does not retain odors Nonreactive carbon steel interior preserves food flavor and nutrients Black finish is part of the manufacturing final heat treatment (changes color when heated and over time) Heavy-duty as cast iron, but lighter to handle Treated with beeswax to prevent the pan from rusting and save time when seasoning Withstands high heating, allowing longer preheating and perfect searing to seal in flavors and nutrients Oversized carbon steel handle offers a safe and secure grip Triple-riveted steel handle for increased stability Large handle eyelet for convenient hanging Use with metal utensils, but nonmetal utensils recommended to better protect the cookware surface Suited for all cooktops including induction, gas, electric, ceramic, glass and halogen Oven- and broiler-safe; ideal for high heat to 680 F Durable and 100% recyclable Hand wash Limited lifetime warranty
 
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Tradition
PostedFebruary 15, 2013
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gostman
fromNew York, NY, USA
Gender:Male
My Cooking Level:Intermediate
When I'm in the Kitchen, I become: Crowd Pleaser
I tend to cook meals that are:Comfort
Cooking Idol/Inspiration:Jacques Pepin
This is a traditional french steel crepe pan. It's not the lightest pan but is just fine for flipping a few crepes. I seasoned it with peanut oil twice and then put it to use. Crepes made with a little butter in the pan first were totally non stick and came out even and glorious. I have also used it for the occasional omlete where it did a fine job there. It's a no frills pan that works great after seasoning and looks so authentical hanging from my pot rack. Love it!
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