- Serving pan with two handles
- Made from black enamel
- Available in a variety of diameters (16, 20, 24, 30, 34, 40)
- Inner diameter 28
- Base diameter 23,5
- Suitable for ovens
- High, tapered sides
- Suitable for all types of cookers (gas, electric, ceramic, induction, open flame)
- For energy-efficient cooking
- Easy to clean
As an Austrian company, we simply had to include a schnitzel pan in our product range. But don’t let the name fool you! The round pan with a high sides and two handles is ideal for frying crispy schnitzel, but can also be used for many other things as well. For example, stew and egg dishes, as well as Asian wok-based dishes, can be cooked in the enamel schnitzel pan. With its two practical handles, it can also be placed directly on the dining table and used as a serving pan.
The schnitzel pan can also be slid into the oven at high temperatures without any problems and can be used as a baking or oven dish. For example, it can be used as a gratin dish for pasta bakes or as a baking dish for bread.
Enamel is made from iron fused with glass at high temperatures, therefore it’s made from natural raw materials.
Our enamel cookware is suitable for use with all types of cookers (gas, electric, ceramic, induction and even open flame). Thanks to the iron core, the heat is conducted quickly and is then retained. This ensures sustainable, energy-efficient cooking.
The non-porous, smooth, glass surface guarantees perfect hygiene, as it’s flavour-neutral, prevents bacteria growth and is easy to clean. When used and cared for properly, our enamel cookware can provide years of cooking enjoyment and will maintain its characteristic glossy appearance.
Kaiserschmarrn, a typical Austrian dish consisting of fluffy shredded pancakes usually served with vanilla sauce, can also be finished off in the schnitzel pan in the oven.
Our schnitzel pans come in different sizes (16, 20, 24, 30, 34) – ranging from very small to very large. What’s more, the schnitzel pans come in both enamel and sturdy cast-iron, as we have been manufacturing cast-iron pans since 1550.