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How often do you get that "flaming pan action"?

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How easy do you find it to get some flaming pan action?

Never had it - I have gas and I can't be bothered running round the house resetting smoke alarms
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11%
Never had it - I've an electric/induction hob and if we have flames we are in trouble
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22%
I get it sometimes, but can't always recreate it
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44%
100% guaranteed, it is not a BIR curry unless I've singed it a bit
2
22%
 
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How often do you get that "flaming pan action"?

Post by Greybeard » Fri May 11, 2018 2:48 pm

What techniques and tips do members have for getting that flaming pan action going? Can you consistently recreate it at will? What is the best time to...login to view the rest of this post
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