- Flat bottomed induction pan
- Professional grade steel for durability
- Coat with oil after each use
- Made in Valencia
- Serve 6 People
- Size - 15 inch/38 cm
Pata Negra pans are made from professional gauge steel for a tough, long lasting pan that also makes an excellent paella. Because it holds more heat, paellas made in this pan cook more evenly. And you can cook dozens of paellas with no warping or other problems.
Durable carbon steel is the heart of these pans made by a small family company in the Valencia region, birthplace of paella. They named the line Pata Negra, referring to the famous Ibérico ham, the most highly regarded food in Spain. The quality is unparalleled, with solid bolted black handles.
All of our paella pans are made by a family in Valencia with over 50 years of experience in producing the finest cookware for paella.
Carbon steel pans change color as you use them and absorb a bit of the flavor of each paella you make, similar to an Asian wok. Coat your pan with a light coat of oil to prevent rust after each use. To remove any rust, simply clean with steel wool and the pan will be ready for use.
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 4 reviews Write a review
"Heavy duty steel construction. Fast delivery and great service."
Jorge Arias - Miami, FL - May 5, 2013
"This is my first paella pan, but I'm sure it will not be my last! The pan is very high quality and has been a pleasure to cook with. The extra thick and heavy bottom really helps to spread the heat evenly while cooking on a stove. "
GARY SILVEIRA - PASO ROBLES, CA - Feb 18, 2013
"Just a note to Terri (above review), that with the traditional steel pans, I (and my mother before me) clean and scrub them well, then immediately dry completely (I let the water drip off and use paper towels to dry) then immediately put olive oil on the dry pan and spread it thinly all over the inside with a paper towel. It shouldn't rust. Depending on how you store it and how long between uses, you can just wipe or rinse it off before using, or if its been a while wash/dry it and rub with a little oil again. My mother would put a paper towel in each paella after oiling to stack them in the cupboard."
Pepita - Apr 17, 2012
"The pan cooked the paella great. However, after we were done & washed the pan, it was rusted. I keep wiping it out w/olive oil, but rust still keeps coming up. Not sure how to deal with that."
Terri - Jan 2, 2012