- Hooks up to a standard propane tank
- Ideal for outdoor cooking
- FREE 17" traditional paella pan, serves 8
- Comes with regulator
- Two independently controlled heat rings
- Size - 30 inches tall, 25 inches wide
Roll this solid paella burner out, hook it up to a standard propane bottle, and you are ready to cook a paella, as easy as that! All you need to do is start cooking (attaches to a normal U.S. propane tank.)
This two ring burner from Valencia creates an even, well distributed heat source so there are no 'hot spots' on your paella pan. This size is best with pans from 13 to 22 inches in diameter. This burner is made of metal parts with heat resistant paint mounted on two hard plastic wheels. It is durable enough for many years of use.
The burner has two concentric rings. The outer one is 16" and the inner one is 8.5". Each ring is perforated with many small openings for the flames thereby creating an even ring of fire - an effect that you cannot achieve on an ordinary gas stove.
You will receive your burner with a propane hose and regulator designed specifically for the United States. The whole burner is assembled easily with nothing more than a set of pliers - 10 minutes tops.
Once that is done, all you need to do is hitch it up to your propane canister. This versatile burner is made in Spain. When you are not using it to cook paella, it is great for tailgate grilling or boiling pots outside for corn and other summer treats.
(Regulator is included)
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 11 reviews Write a review
"so much better then cooking on the grill. It heats the Paella Pan evenly for much better cooking. Being able to control the flame on each fire ring is excellent. We love it. "
Stephen Csabon - SUN CITY, AZ - Sep 27, 2015
"Love it! Product is very sturdy and outdoor cooking is a treat for our guest. Such a fun and unique dinner experience! "
LADAN RALSTON - SAN JOSE, CA - Sep 25, 2015
"Very sturdy, well made. Not used it yet but look forward to the perfect paella."
ANGELIQUE WALKER - BRISTOL, Connecticut - Jun 14, 2015
"We bought this burner and received the 17 " pan free. We also bought the 22" pan. It is very durable and the paella cooks great in it. Our son had one and loved it, so we had to have one too. We take it to Yuma during the winter to entertain there and bring it back to idaho for the summers. We love it !!! It is so easy to use."
Ron Spener - Meridian, ID - Mar 16, 2015
Richard Park - Omaha, NE - Jul 6, 2014
"Works perfectly and very sturdy"
MICHAEL CHAVEZ - Riverside, CA - Apr 23, 2014
"A great product at a great price (the Paella pan that came free with the order worked great for an 8 person paella this Easter). The only thing that prevented me from giving it 5 stars is that the paint on one of the legs of the stand began to bubble up after one use in a few spots. Not sure what caused it (perhaps an oil splatter?). That aside, the product performed like a true champion (this will become a fixture at my tailgate parties this year."
Ron Willer - St. Joseph, MI - Apr 21, 2014
"Well designed; easy to assemble; will be a joy to use!"
PAUL WACHOWICZ - Calgary, AB - May 28, 2013
"We have used this set several times. It's easy to assemble, use and disassembe for storage. The heat is very even, allowing the paella to cook beautifully. We got perfect socarrat the first time! We are considering this set as a wedding gift."
Zenqi - Oct 15, 2011
"Very easy to assemble, cooked the paella perfectly!"
Steph - Aug 14, 2011
"Bought this and used it the same evening; had reservations about cooking (as opposed to grilling) outside. Not anymore! Excellent heating character and the 17" pan, although huge by comparison to my 14", cooked evenly all the way across. Can't recommend this highly enough and will use it all summer! Only reason I didn't give it 5 stars was durability, which I can't yet rate (but it's well made, with enameled burners that look as though they'll last much longer than my grill burners). If you like large paella pans, you need one of these "grills!""
Larry - Apr 4, 2010