Carbon Steel Paella Pan 15"

$ 79.95 $ 103.00
SKU: 80111/006DS

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Tramontina's 15 in Carbon Steel Paella Pan will certainly help you prepare a show-stopping paella. But take your culinary creativity further! Use this pan to prepare larger quantities of meat at one time. Make easy work of grilling vegetables, prepping a tasty stir-fry, and even baking.  Made from heavy-duty carbon steel, its construction creates a balanced pan that uniformly heats and cooks your food, while it's natural oiled interior and exterior prevents sticking. With a pan this size, you'll love the carbon steel side handles that make transporting the pan quick and easy. Compatible with gas, electric & ceramic cooktops, and oven, this pan will prove its versatility in the kitchen! Made in Brazil.

For the perfect paella, as well as recipes that require larger amounts of meat, fish, and vegetables at once. 
Made from carbon steel construction 
Natural oiled interior and exterior 
Stamped, carbon-steel side handles
Compatible with gas, electric and ceramic glass cooktops
Oven-safe up to 350°F / 176°C
Lifetime warranty 

HEIGHT 3.11 Inches
WIDTH 15.12 Inches
LENGTH 18.7 Inches

USE & CARE
- Item has a protective sunflower seed oil coating to prevent rust from developing during transit. Wash protective
coating off before first use.
- Dry immediately and thoroughly to prevent rust. Then season the entire cookware prior to use or storage.
- To season the cookware, apply a thin layer of oil to all surfaces of the cookware vessel (not the handle) and heat
the cookware in the oven at 300?F (150ºC) for a minimum of one hour. Cooking foods with fat and/or using oil
while cooking will continue to season the cookware over time. The seasoning process improves the release
properties of the cooking surface, therefore we recommend repeating the seasoning process several times when
the cookware is new. After that, it only needs to be re-seasoned periodically.
- During the first several uses it is normal for the cookware to show color variations, changing from shades of blue to
brown and eventually darken to black.
- To best preserve the cookware?s seasoning, we recommend using silicone, nylon, bamboo or wood utensils when
cooking. You may use metal utensils once the cookware is well seasoned after many uses. Re-season as necessary.
- Cook using low to medium heat only. The use of high heat is unnecessary, as carbon steel is an excellent conductor
of heat and effectively retains temperature.
- If using on a ceramic glass cooktop, always lift (do not slide) when moving to avoid scratching the cooktop.
- Keep the cookware on the burner only during the necessary time for cooking. Do not overheat an empty
cookware.
- The cookware is oven-safe up to 350ºF (176ºC) . Do not use cookware under an oven
broiler unit.
- Always use oven mitts when handling hot cookware.
- Avoid sudden temperature changes such as immersing hot cookware in cold water. Always let the cookware cool
before washing.
- After some use, superficial staining might occur, which is a characteristic of iron products. Even if all the
maintenance procedures recommended by this manual are followed, some oxidation (rust) spots may appear on
the internal and external surfaces of the item, which is perfectly normal for products made of iron. Re-seasoning
the cookware may restore the finish.
- HAND-WASH ONLY: We recommend hand-washing and drying the cookware to preserve the seasoning. You may
use mild, soapy water if you dry and oil your cookware immediately after washing. Metal scouring pads will remove
seasoning.

HAND WASH ONLY
OVEN-SAFE