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MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set

MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set

$278.40
$348.00
Tax included.

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Each set contains:

  • MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan x 1
  • MAKO Black Steel Mini Sear Pan x 1

Designed in our Melbourne studio.

High-heat performance. Superior results. For the perfect sear, every time.

  • Black carbon steel for optimal temperature control
  • Pre-seasoned for immediate use
  • Non-stick properties that continue to develop over time
  • Compatible with electric, gas and induction cooktops
  • Oven safe up to 300°C / 572°F
  • Lifetime warranty

MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan

  • Carbon steel / Stainless steel
  • 31x54x9cm / 12x21x3.5"
  • 2.16kg / 4.7lbs
  • Made in Taiwan

MAKO Black Steel Mini Sear Pan

  • Carbon steel / Stainless steel
  • 41.8cm / 16.4" (full length)
  • 21.9cm / 8.6" (pan diameter)
  • 16.5cm / 6.5" (base surface diameter)
  • 7.8cm / 3" (depth)
  • 1.2kg / 2.6lbs
  • Made in Taiwan

Download: MAKO Steak Pan Use and Care Guide

Oven safe up to 300°C / 572°F

BUILDING YOUR PATINA

One of the exceptional benefits of owning a MAKO Steak Pan is the natural patina that will gradually form over time on its surface. This patina surface enhances flavour, improves natural non-stick properties and elevates your cooking experience. With each use, your steak pan's patina will continue to develop.

Each time you use your pan, it is important to follow the cleaning and care instructions.

CLEANING

Always let your steak pan cool down before using cold water, otherwise warping may occur. Once your pan is cool, clean it with warm water and a gentle sponge or brush.Use as little detergent as possible because it often contains acid that may damage your patina layer or cause rust. Never put your pan in the dishwasher. If your pan needs a little extra cleaning, pour in a small layer of water and bring it to the boil. Let the water cool down, then remove the residue with a brush or spatula. This doesn’t affect the patina layer, but it should lift away any stubborn food remains.

AFTERCARE

After cleaning, place your pan over medium heat until no moisture remains. Then add one teaspoon of vegetable oil and use some paper towel to wipe the oil over the interior surface of the pan while it’s hot (be careful!). This helps protect your pan and build a beautiful patina. Now store the pan in a dry space.

What is a patina?

One of the best parts of owning a MAKO pan is the natural patina that will build over time on the surface of your steak pan. This adds flavour, increases the natural non-stick ability and enhances the cooking experience. Each time you use your pan, this patina will build further.To maintain your patina, it is important to carefully follow our cleaning and aftercare instructions.

What stovetops does it work on?

Our pan works on all stovetops, including induction. As well as being oven safe.

Can I put it in the dishwasher?

No! Please don’t put your MAKO in the dishwasher as it may damage the patina layer. 

Why is the pan pre-seasoned? What does this mean?

It can often take years to develop a proper seasoning on a plain carbon steel surface and be quite difficult to achieve. By pre-seasoning the MAKO pan we’ve accelerated the seasoning process.

How do we pre-season the pan?

Our unique black steel is created using natural oil and heat treatment to create the natural, chemical-free, pre-seasoned pan.

How is carbon steel better than cast iron for cooking?

Cast iron is a great material to cook with, however carbon steel has a few extra benefits that make it superior.

It is lighter weight, which means it heats up faster, and is easier to use and clean. It is also more responsive to heat changes, so you have more control over what you're cooking.

Plus, our signature Black Steel is pre-seasoned and ready to use as soon as you get it. It does require some basic ongoing care to maintain the non-stick patina layer, but due to the pre-seasoning we have done, it is far more rust resistant that traditional cast iron.

Can we use a mini sear pan on a BBQ?

Yes, it can go directly on the BBQ. This may cause some dark markings or heat spots on the underside due to the high and direct heat, but won't affect performance.

Why does my mini sear pan have a black mark? 

Your pan can develop darkened patches or spots. This can be caused by ‘hot spots’ on your heat source. These won’t affect performance and will reduce over time. 

I have burnt bits I can’t get off my mini sear pan. Help! 

To remove any burnt bits of food on your pan, we recommend heating up water to a high heat and using a wooden spatula to scrape the pan down. Once the pan is clean, we recommend you heat it again to properly dry the pan, and wipe it down with oil to help reseal the patina. 

What is my pan meant to look like as I use it? 

Your MAKO Black Steel pan is designed for performance. As the patina surface continues to develop it doesn’t always look pretty. Actually, it can look quite patchy! Don’t be alarmed – that’s completely normal for the conditioning of black carbon steel. After 10+ uses you’ll find the surface becomes more glossy and even. 

Why does my mini sear pan smell when I first heat it up?

Even after a wash before the first use, the natural oils on the black steel can sometimes give a certain smell when you use it. This is normal, not dangerous, and will dissipate after a couple of cooks.

Is it meant to smoke this much?

When you’re cooking at a high heat, you can expect more smoke. Sometimes this is just because there’s oil in the pan, but this can also happen when there is vacant surface area in the pan. Not many other pans will conduct such high heat so while you may not be used to seeing this amount of smoke, rest assured it’s normal. 

MAKO Black Steel Steak Pan Set
$278.40
$348.00
Tax included.
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