Flambé pan Ø 27 cm for flambé burner stainless steel
To be used together with the Flambé burner - Art. Nr. 56162-00
Flambé pans are typically used to create an impressive visual presentation during the preparation of a meal. Flames result from the partial combustion of a flammable alcohol, such as brandy or fortified wine that is poured over a dish.
Flames are extinguished once the alcohol has evaporated. Common dishes prepared in a flambé pan include Crepes Suzette, Bananas Foster and Steak Diane. Flambé is a showy technique, but it can be dangerous. Alcohol should never be used near an open flame, nor should it be poured onto food directly from the bottle, since the flame can travel up the stream of alcohol.
Instead, a long-handled ladle should be used to pour the liqueur into the pan. Food should be transported once flames have died down.