Thread Number: 79648  /  Tag: Recipes, Cooking Accessories
What kind of pan is this?
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Post# 1035453   6/16/2019 at 08:49 by Paulg (My sweet home... Chicago)        

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Estate sale find. What is the purpose of this pan?

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Post# 1035454 , Reply# 1   6/16/2019 at 09:29 by mrboilwash (Munich,Germany)        

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Maybe for snails ?

Post# 1035455 , Reply# 2   6/16/2019 at 09:41 by kimball455 (Cape May, NJ)        

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A quick GOOGLE search shows that it is, indeed, a snail pan.

Post# 1035460 , Reply# 3   6/16/2019 at 10:15 by Paulg (My sweet home... Chicago)        
Wow! That was FAST!!

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Thank you both for the rapid replies. We followed-up on your identification and indeed made headway as to what to do with this pan. We were stumped.
Hubby likes escargots but not so much me. Now he will have something to eat when I am out of town.
Thank you both!

Post# 1035473 , Reply# 4   6/16/2019 at 13:10 by Tomturbomatic (Beltsville, MD)        

It looks like it could maybe be an ebelskiver pan or used as one.

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Post# 1035474 , Reply# 5   6/16/2019 at 13:15 by Paulg (My sweet home... Chicago)        
Thank you!

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Maybe more than one use for the pan? Versatility is a good thing. Thanks for the info!

Post# 1035479 , Reply# 6   6/16/2019 at 14:47 by Northwesty (Renton, WA)        

indentations are too shallow for an ebelskiver

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Post# 1035481 , Reply# 7   6/16/2019 at 15:07 by Maytagbear (N.E. Ohio)        
Snails are not the only...........

possible dish. I like escargot well enough, but small white button mushrooms are also excellent when served in the butter-garlic-parsely-Parmesan wonderfulness of "snail" butter.......


Post# 1035504 , Reply# 8   6/16/2019 at 21:24 by RP2813 (Sannazay)        

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I've seen versions of these that look more like skillets but have never seen one with a cover before.


I like Lawrence's idea for mushrooms a la escargot.  I like snails, but I like mushrooms more and they're less work. 


When I was a waiter in a formal restaurant, we served escargot two ways;  in the shell or on mushroom caps.  The latter was much easier to enjoy without any labor involved, and provided the best of both worlds. 


Be sure to serve with some good French bread to soak up the butter sauce.

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