[pct-l] ultralight frying pan
1pint2007 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 6 13:18:44 CDT 2015
> I use a the pot and lid from a 3-piece Snow Peak Titanium Cookset when
backpacking. The lid works great as a mini frying pan for fun things like
fresh bell peppers, onions, garlic. pancakes or quesadillas on the trail.
A few small drops of olive oil help the ingredients not stick to the pan.
I always found clean up easy with just a couple of drops of Dr
Bronners. The trick is to control your heat and not let it scorch the food
in the pan. But even if that happens, letting a bit of water soak in the
pan for 10 minutes will make clean up possible.
When I was completely tired of cold tortillas and sliced cheese, using the
lid of my pan to heat and melt them, made my lunch a fun treat that was
different enough that I enjoyed it again.
>> On Tue, 8/4/15, Kathi <pctlist at pctwalker.com> wrote:
>> Subject: [pct-l] Ultralight Fry Pan
>> To: "pct-l at backcountry.net" <pct-l at backcountry.net>
>> Date: Tuesday, August 4, 2015, 5:25 PM
>> What do you use for a fry pan? I am
>> not thinking of one to take on a
>> thru hike but rather on shorter section hikes or just
>> backpacking trips.
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