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Matfer Bourgeat 9.5" Black Carbon Steel Fry Pan

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9 1/2 inch Highly rated carbon steel pan on sale for 28.99. 11 inch [amazon.com]also on sale for $39.49 >9 1/2" Pan now In stock on April 19, 11" Pan OOS

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Last Edited by WheelaDealer March 22, 2021 at 07:02 AM
Awarded best carbon steel pan by America's Test Kitchen
The Matfer Bourgeat Black Steel Round Frying Pan, 11 7/8" is still a test kitchen favorite. Its versatility, slick surface, and reasonable price tag continue to earn it a valuable place in our cooks' kitchens. We also tested and recommend the 10-inch and 8-inch versions.
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For those interested, the bottom/cooking surface diameters below. The 9.5" in pan is #062002, and the 11" is #062004. I'm interested with the 12 or even 14" pans but the absence of a helper handle worries me.

Item # ** Diameter for cooking surface
062001 ** 6 1/8
062002 ** 6 1/4
062003 ** 7 1/2
062004 ** 8
062005 ** 9 1/8
062006 ** 9 1/2
062007 ** 10 5/8
062008 ** 11 3/4
062009 ** 13 3/4
Excellent price on a great pan. I bought it last year for about $7 more. Be aware, this is a small pan in terms of cooking surface and does require a few rounds of seasoning and more careful maintenance. I highly recommend getting the larger 11 inch.
Can anyone comment on if this brand has issues with the base not being flat? I have a flat top range so these issues are a bigger deal.
Also the welded handles instead of a riveted handle such as the mineral B pan.

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Excellent price on a great pan. I bought it last year for about $7 more. Be aware, this is a small pan in terms of cooking surface and does require a few rounds of seasoning and more careful maintenance. I highly recommend getting the larger 11 inch.
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For those interested, the bottom/cooking surface diameters below. The 9.5" in pan is #062002, and the 11" is #062004. I'm interested with the 12 or even 14" pans but the absence of a helper handle worries me.

Item # ** Diameter for cooking surface
062001 ** 6 1/8
062002 ** 6 1/4
062003 ** 7 1/2
062004 ** 8
062005 ** 9 1/8
062006 ** 9 1/2
062007 ** 10 5/8
062008 ** 11 3/4
062009 ** 13 3/4
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Quote from alxshanti :
For those interested, the bottom/cooking surface diameters below. The 9.5" in pan is #062002, and the 11" is #062004. I'm interested with the 12 or even 14" pans but the absence of a helper handle worries me.

Item # ** Diameter for cooking surface
062001 ** 6 1/8
062002 ** 6 1/4
062003 ** 7 1/2
062004 ** 8
062005 ** 9 1/8
062006 ** 9 1/2
062007 ** 10 5/8
062008 ** 11 3/4
062009 ** 13 3/4

Really appreciate this info!
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Really appreciate this info!
You're welcome of course! I just copied and pasted it from the review section on Amazon. To match any other size to the list, go to the Matfer Bourgeat website (https://matferbourgeatusa.com/pro...ng-pan-10/), pick the size from the dropdown list and that'll give you the six-digit SKU no.
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Been waiting for another carbon steel pan deal and picked up the 11". I have a carbon steel wok which is excellent for stir fry (of course) but also makes the best fried eggs. With this I won't have to take out the big wok just for eggs, and I look forward to using it for searing steaks (not into the idea of having a heavy cast iron pan just for one thing).
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Can anyone comment on if this brand has issues with the base not being flat? I have a flat top range so these issues are a bigger deal.
Also the welded handles instead of a riveted handle such as the mineral B pan.
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Can anyone comment on if this brand has issues with the base not being flat? I have a flat top range so these issues are a bigger deal.
Also the welded handles instead of a riveted handle such as the mineral B pan.
Good question, wondering this as well
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...and I look forward to using it for searing steaks (not into the idea of having a heavy cast iron pan just for one thing).
Once seasoned, Black Carbon Steel is fantastic at searing meat, you won't be disappointed.
Great price on the 11".
I already have the 11 7/8". Thinking of getting the small 9.5" for fried eggs and omelets.
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Does anyone know the right way to season this? I've seen oven seasoning, over the stove top, cooking potato skins with salt on it, etc. I've used avocado oil cuz of the high smoke point, but can't seem to get it. The "seasoning" kinda rubs off after cooking. Any help would be appreciated.
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Does anyone know the right way to season this? I've seen oven seasoning, over the stove top, cooking potato skins with salt on it, etc. I've used avocado oil cuz of the high smoke point, but can't seem to get it. The "seasoning" kinda rubs off after cooking. Any help would be appreciated.
are you cooking acidic foods or using soap to clean? sometimes that will cause it to rub off. if not cooking bacon helps a lot. i use a nylon brush, chain mail and sometimes paper towels to clean my carbon steel wok and pans.
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I have had their 10-5/8" for many years and it's excellent (it was my daily driver); I would go so far as to say I like it as much as my vintage Griswold 9 cast iron. With that said, even that size was a bit small for my family so I would be concerned about this 9-1/2" model for any family larger than three people. We recently also got a MadeIn 12 carbon steel which has been great but is quite a bit more (I would still recommend it for larger families).
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I have had their 10-5/8" for many years and it's excellent (it was my daily driver); I would go so far as to say I like it as much as my vintage Griswold 9 cast iron. With that said, even that size was a bit small for my family so I would be concerned about this 9-1/2" model for any family larger than three people. We recently also got a MadeIn 12 carbon steel which has been great but is quite a bit more (I would still recommend it for larger families).
The 11inch is also on sale in the description
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