- For pans up to 26”, 3 ft. tall
- Propane hose & regulator included
- Comes with a sturdy red tripod base
If you have an oversized paella pan (up to 26" in diameter) this burner will serve you best - you won't have to struggle with your stove! It still has two concentric rings, as does the family size, but the extra diameter will assure that the heat is distributed evenly. The outer one is 20" and the inner one is 12".
Along with the burner, you will receive a sturdy red painted tripod that provides a stable base. You also will receive a propane hose and regulator designed specifically for the United States.
All you need to do is hitch it up to your propane canister. This versatile burner is made in Spain, and, don't forget, it can be used to cook many other meats and vegetables.
Tripod and regulator included.
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 3 reviews Write a review
"Bought it for my husband after seeing one at a friend's house. The design allows for everything to cook evenly. Before this he used to cook paella over a wood fire and sometimes parts of it would burn."
Amy Perez - Royal Oak, MI - Jun 16, 2014
"The burner is fine. The stand is terrible. The quality of construction is poor. The welds are messy with additional metal hanging of that can poke you. The brackets were crooked and bent. There were no instructions included and it's not intuitive how to assemble it. The stand is not sturdy enough for these large pans. The legs sit crooked and can rock side to side. Therefore, getting and keeping the stand level is near impossible. Being level is very important for cooking your paella."
Shannon Gillenwater - San Antonio, Texas - Nov 13, 2012
"Powerful heat. The gas converter adapter leaked. Had to play with it quite a bit to stop leaking. Wish it had extra gaskets as the little ring falls right out and is very easy to lose. Also would have loved instructions on how to assemble the tripod. Eventually figured it out, but instructions would have saved time. Be sure to light the inner ring first. Haven't actually cooked paella yet, just tested by boiling water"
Debrat - Jun 20, 2011