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Castey Flat Tray pan

Post by dbroada on Mon Mar 28, 2016 3:11 pm

Last week we went to the Ideal Home show. Before going we both noted that at all shows we see a must have, too good to be true gadget, not for £50, even £45 but only £5 for two! And of course once it has been got home no amount of practice can make it do the things it did at the show so this time we went with the intention of avoiding all these gadgets. And naturally we broke that intention.

We ended up buying a non stick flat plate (not £5 for two though). If you have very good eyes you might see it on the manufacturer's web page...

http://www.castey.com/detallProducte.php?id=4&pd=5&producto=productos,pieza,p_asa_bandeja&mida=35

Has anybody else got one of these and is it as good as the demonstrator made it appear? It is supposed to be heated on a single ring and allow things to be dry fried. He said he has sold lots at camping shows. That was the line that hooked us. Just what we need for the new van.

So far we have been happy with it - the one meal of Bratwurst was very nice but I still have this "back of my mind" niggle that we shouldn't have bought it.

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Re: Castey Flat Tray pan

Post by JDS on Mon Mar 28, 2016 3:26 pm

We use one of these, inside and outside the van, if on ehu. Big enough for two. A bit fragile on the electrical side so don't think it will last forever. but used it for the last twelve months.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/QUEST-ELECTRIC-HEALTHY-GRILL-GRIDDLE-HOT-PLATE-750W-/201543635880?hash=item2eecefd3a8:m:msHJUa8nd0tXXAhdgzKFGfw

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Post by dbroada on Mon Mar 28, 2016 8:21 pm

Thank you.

Ours can go on the hob or in the oven so not quite the same but good to know something of that type gets used. We will just have to wait and see how often we use it.

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