Did you know that many non-stick surfaces are made using Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), a suspected cancer-causing agent in the manufacturing stage? Well, you don’t need to worry because the Campfire Compact Grill Frypan-28cm doesn’t have any perflur.., flurpa.., perfluroo.., any of that nasty stuff in it.
A square pan with ridges perfect for searing, browning and low-fat frying, you may find yourself using these at home. They’ve got a base suitable for gas, induction and electric stoves, and you can even stick the whole thing in the oven when the handle is removed.
Made with a triple coated non-stick surface over lightweight die-cast aluminium the handle is easily detached making it compact for transport.
Triple coated PFOA free non-stick cooking surface
Ridges for browning, searing, or low-fat frying
Suitable for induction, gas and electric stovetops
Lightweight die-cast aluminium
In Use Dimensions:
58.7L x 29W x 4.5H cm
33.5L x 29W x 4.5H cm
Diecast Aluminium with Triple Coated Non−Stick Surface
Use with a Weber Baby Q1 answer
Could you use this grill pan with a Weber to cook pancakes/bacon and eggs etc... and would you put the lid down when cooking (handle off)?
Jenny - Newcastle East, NSW(1 year ago)
The frypan has grill ridges along the bottom, so is not ideal for cooking pancake or eggs, etc The manufacturer's recommended use is for stovetops only, so can guarantee it will be the right fit for a Weber. Your best bet would be to pick up a half hotplate designed specifically for the Baby Q, which should be available wherever you can get Weber gear from.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Difference between red and grey1 answer
Wondering what the difference is between the red and grey ones besides the handle attachments and could it be used on the coals
Adrian - Wasleys (4 years ago)
I've had a good look at the display models in store for you, it seems the main differences between the Compact Nonstick Grill Pan and the Compact Griddle Frypan (aside from the handles) are the compatibility with cooking surfaces. The Compact Nonstick Grill Pan (grey) is suitable for use for induction, gas and electric stovetops and can sit inside an oven provided the handle is removed. The Compact Griddle Pan (red) is only suitable for oven or stovetop cooking. We don't advise you use either of these pans over coals. Both have non-stick coatings, however, upon inspection, the (grey) Non-Stick Grill Pan's surface feels slicker, probably because it's triple coated, unlike the griddle. I hope this helps.
Gen - Snowys(4 years ago)
Will this fit a Primus 2 burner, using 1 jet?1 answer
58 cm long? Does this include the handle? I'm looking for something to fit on a Primus 2 burner deluxe stove, and still able to use the second burner for another pot. Thanks
Cathy - Maraylya(5 years ago)
The Campfire Compact Nonstick Grill Pan is 58cm in length, including the handle. The width of the pan is 28cm and does fit onto the Primus 2 Burner Deluxe Stove using 1 of the 2 burners. You can also fit a small pot alongside the pan. I played with the display models in store and fit the Campfire Compact Nonstick Saucepan next to the grill pan.
Gen - Snowys(5 years ago)
Is this too big to use on a portable butane cooker?1 answer
I am looking for something square and light weight to use on my portable butane cooker so I can cook up some snags at the country footy matches.
Colleen - 5461(7 years ago)
A pan like this Campfire Nonstick Grill Pan should be fine on top of a portable butane cooker for a mini sausage sizzle at the footy - as it measures 58.7L x 29W x 4.5H cm, so it won't be too big.