BRA Infinity Pan – Product Review


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A good pan is just as important when cooking as any other utensil or ingredient you use. The worst thing that can happen when preparing a torta de patata is to have it stick to the pan and end up with no option but to turn it into scrambled eggs, trust me i’ve been there.

I’ve been using the BRA infinity pan for just over 3 months now, having made numerous lunches, dinners and snacks. Thankfully the pan is one of the most versatile cookwares that I have tried, the ability to remove the handle from the main body only enhances its abilities and makes it that much more sexy when cooking as you can use it as a skillet. Fry up a few ingredients then place it in the oven, detach the handle until you’re ready to re-attach it and remove the pan from the oven, possibly ready to enjoy that delicious Shakshuka you’ve made.

detached handle

Granted, the price might not be in everyone’s budget, with prices depending on sizes costing on average between £30 – £45, they are definitely an investment for your kitchen. The cast aluminium body and reinforced non-stick coating means the frying pan is built to last.

When cooking I’ve put this to the test, I’ve not needed oil, unless I really want to use it for a specific recipe, there’s been no distortion with the body of the frying pan having placed it directly under a cold tap after using it on a high heat to cook up a delicious stir fryand if that really wasn’t enough, it’s so easy to clean I think I fell in love.

If you’re looking to get one for yourself then look no further than Khubchands in Gibraltar’s main street. Their selection of pans range in size and diversity to suit your needs.    

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