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Kanom Krok Pans

Kanom Krok Pans are very similar to the Danish aebleskiver pans.

They are large flat pans, often made of cast iron, with rounded cavities in them. Various size pans have varying numbers of the round, semi-globular holes in them.

To use, you put the pan put on top of heat source.

Toy versions of the pans are made for girls to play with, with small holes, they use them over sterno cans.

For more information on the use of the pans, see the entry on Kanom Krok.

History Notes

Many theories abound about Danish missionaries bringing the idea for such a pan back to Denmark, or taking it to Thailand.

See also:


Aebleskiver Pans; Appachatti Pans; Appakarai Pans; Broiling Pans; Cast Iron; Chafing Dish; Crêpe Pans; Electric Frying Pans; French Roasting Pans; Frying Pans; Kanom Krok Pans; Meatloaf Pans; Non-Reactive Pans; Non-Stick Pans; Omelet Pans; Paella Pans; Pans; Quiche Pans; Roasting Pans; Sauté Pans; Self-Basting Roasters; Spiders; Wok

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Oulton, Randal. "Kanom Krok Pans." CooksInfo.com. Published 13 September 2007; revised 13 September 2007. Web. Accessed 03/17/2018. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/kanom-krok-pans>.

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