Mini Paella Pan for Tapas
- Small steel pans with speckled black enamel
- Perfect for serving appetizers
- Size - 6 inches across rim
What a fun way to serve your favorite tapas to friends and family! At 6 inches wide, these pans are large enough for substantial tapas like croquetas or pinchitos, and small enough for serving simpler snacks like olives or almonds. Clean with soapy water and a nylon brush, not recommended for use in dishwasher. Steel with speckled black enamel.
Use and Care
Clean with soapy water and a nylon brush, not recommended for use in dishwasher. To preserve the enameled finish, avoid metal utensils and harsh scrubbers, such as steel wool. If the enamel does chip, this is cosmetic and does not affect the performance of the pan.
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"Excelente calidad. Están preciosas , tengo 12. Gente que las ve siempre les llama la atención por bonitas. Pero la calidad es inigualable. No se desportillan Me encantan. "
Lucy - San Diego ,, CA March 2023
"These small serving plates are so beautiful n excellent for appetizers "
Jenny - Weeki wachee, FL August 2021
"Haven't actually cooked with it, yet, but it's the perfect size and just what I pictured!"
KATHI - washington, DC July 2014
REINALDO - LEHIGH ACRES, FL June 2014
"Love them...always wanted to get a few.."
Judith - Poway, CA April 2014
"very happy with my order"
YVONNE - LOS ANGELES March 2013
"I first saw these mini Paella Pans at breakfast at the Chinchon Parador. I asked where I could purchase a set but the women at the breakfast rooms did not know. When I returned to the States and got on Tienda.com and saw them and I was so happy. They serve their purpose well as a serving dish and a conversation piece."
Veronica - Albuquerque, New Mexico January 2013
"Fun, attractive and perfect for serving tapas or individual mini servings of paella or other small bites"
JRCX - April 2011
"It more than serves it's purpose. I use these small pans for individual serving recipes, dip bowls and several other uses."
raymero - July 2009
Denise - June 2009