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    600 x 420 = R999
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    I have got 2 similar ones that we bought from Fielies on the forum, use them predominantly on the gas braai under the rotisserie to do the veggies and potatoes. Bit of a schlep to clean but otherwise awesome

    PS of late we line it with foil first
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    Quote Originally Posted by All -in -one View Post
    ..... Bit of a schlep to clean but otherwise awesome

    PS of late we line it with foil first
    Stainless will last forever, but is not great to fry on. Stuff sticks. With uncoated steel, mild steel is much better, but will rust away.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeml View Post
    Stainless will last forever, but is not great to fry on. Stuff sticks. With uncoated steel, mild steel is much better, but will rust away.
    All my kitchen pots are stainless steel.

    Maybe it depends on the grade of stainless steel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Therackermann View Post
    All my kitchen pots are stainless steel.

    Maybe it depends on the grade of stainless steel.
    Same. Except for some Teflon frying pans and ceramic pots

    The Stainless pan is not used unless everything else is unwashed. Frying eggs in it is impossible without anything sticking.

    My BIL owned a business manufacturing commercial kitchen appliances in Durban many moons back. I was still studying back then and asked him why they do not use stainless for the frying sections, and his answer was because of the sticking. I believe they are still manufactured from mild steel.

    Same for stainless grids - meat sticks to these on braais if cleaned too well.


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    Got to agree, not great for frying. I have been contemplating having them non stick coated, or at least one of them
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    Where can one get them coated? Id be interested in doing that.

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    My stainless receives the double treatment for eggs - olive oil plus Spray and Cook.
    Would not try to fry in it otherwise...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Therackermann View Post
    Where can one get them coated? Id be interested in doing that.
    If memory serves me right, it's a place called Tornado coating/ cookware. It's somewhere in Boksburg, heard about it via Sarel and Elise
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    More likely Volcano coating

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    Quote Originally Posted by hend View Post
    More likely Volcano coating
    My bad, ( old age) Thanks for the correction
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    I disliked the Mpo and Mpojana eggs in a Cadac skottel. Some of you may remember those names being siamese twins attached at their heads, hence the Cadac egg pattern's name. I decided to have a stainles skottel made with an almost flat bottom. 3 mm thick. What a waste of money. That thing burns stuff in no time. I suppose it is because stainless is a poor conductor of heat, resulting in very uneven heat distribution. Hellish hot immediately under the flame, but cool towards the outside. I subsequently got a similar size cast iron "skottel" which is fantastic. I use it on a three burner Alva stand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by All -in -one View Post
    Got to agree, not great for frying. I have been contemplating having them non stick coated, or at least one of them
    Hi guys, while we are on the topic of non stick coating I would just like to add that ceramic coating is a real thing now and has the benefit of being non reactive which means you can cook acidic foods etc with out worrying about leaching anything into your food. Still requires a small amount of fat or oil to prevent sticking but then again everything does. Not so sure on where to get a coating like that in SA but if you are looking to buy camping cookware etc I do recommend buying ceramic. You can get them on Yuppie chef and a few other places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by All -in -one View Post
    I have got 2 similar ones that we bought from Fielies on the forum, use them predominantly on the gas braai under the rotisserie to do the veggies and potatoes. Bit of a schlep to clean but otherwise awesome

    PS of late we line it with foil first
    There are two companies in the East Rand that will add a Teflon coating to the pan for you. It will last well over 10 years and will be easy peasy to clean. The price is around R300, which seems like a lot until you realise what you are actually getting. You are getting the surface treatment of a R1k pot/pan.

    The companies are Controlled Surface Treatments in Boksburg and Aluminium Trading in Edenvale.

    A mate of mine got Aluminium Trading to make him a simple custom pan from scratch with food grade Stainless Steel then coated it with Teflon, that was over 11 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaytorn View Post
    There are two companies in the East Rand that will add a Teflon coating to the pan for you. It will last well over 10 years and will be easy peasy to clean. The price is around R300, which seems like a lot until you realise what you are actually getting. You are getting the surface treatment of a R1k pot/pan.

    The companies are Controlled Surface Treatments in Boksburg and Aluminium Trading in Edenvale.

    A mate of mine got Aluminium Trading to make him a simple custom pan from scratch with food grade Stainless Steel then coated it with Teflon, that was over 11 years ago.
    We had a few items coated by Controlled Surface Treatment (Volcano cookware) about six years ago.

    The Cadac skottel braai is just a pleasure to use, specially with the cleaning , nearly about just a wipe to clean it .
    The same apply with the potjie and other pans. .................real pleasure with the cleaning .

    The only "disappointment" though is the hard steel wok, it doesn't get that flaming hot as before because of the coating, the teflon can take heat of about 300 degrees but it seems I can't get the wok that high temperatures anymore for effective wok-cooking.

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    Thanks for the info guys, at the moment mine are used mainly as a drip tray under the spit/ rotisserie. We only do potato wedgies and roast veg in it, so we just "line" it with tin foil. When done it is basically whip off the foil and toss it in the bin, at worst there is sometimes a bit of oil to clean, but a LOT less stress to clean
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    Hhhmm. Maybe I must pull out my old homemade stainless pan for It are time tonight. My uncle made it many many years ago, the corners have nuts welded on where threaded car engine valves screw in - making it free standing if needed. It went "missing" many years ago whenever he ask me where it was

    Reckon I have made at least a ton of fish and seafood on it over the last 25 years.
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