The MSR WindBurner Skillet is an aluminum pan for turning your WindBurner™ stove into an option for pan-frying. A must-have for the hiker that is also a fisherman, so you can fry up those delicious salmon, rainbow trout, or whatever attaches itself to your line. Maybe don't cook the inevitable seaweed caught on the end though. Fry up some bacon from home or whatever your imaginative backcountry mind creates. The pan disperses heat evenly and the high sides won't toss your dish to the ground when stirring. I smell breakfast potatoes.
FEATURES of the MSR WindBurner Skillet
Perfect solution for pan-frying, simmering and sauteing with your Windburner stove
8 inch diameter
Foldable handle for packability
Sloped sides for easy stirring and flipping, and an elevated design that disperses heat more evenly
Hard-anodized aluminum skillet turns your WindBurner stove system into a versatile, gourmet cooking machine
Rated 4 out of
I added this skillet to a 1.0L MSR Windburner and have been happy with expanding the uses for this stove. The Windburner nests nicely within the skillet to minimize space in your pack. I was a little disappointed that it did not have the twist lock on the bottom of the skillet like the pot. Regardless it is still more stable than using a skillet on a small stove like a pocket rocket.
Date published: 2016-05-06
Rated 5 out of
TMC VA from
Good basic skilletThis skillet works well on the Windburner. It is a good size to get a few strips of bacon or two eggs in the pan. If the burner is up too high it will heat unevenly in the middle. Stuck on food come out easily with some water brought to a boil on the burner.
I'm going to purchase the Windburner 1.0l stove from Moosejaw and I saw this skillet. Does this skillet lock onto the burner like the pot?
Asked by: rogue
Thanks for reaching out to us. This skillet does lock onto the burner like the pot does. I hope this helps!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-03-07
Looks and sounds absolutely perfect cooking system. Question is; I know it's not possible to reach a true simmering, but am I gonna be able to cook eggs or bacon for breakfast?
Asked by: Erick
Hiya! Thanks for the question. While the flame cannot be turned down enough to get a "true" simmer, you can most definitely "wakey wakey with eggs and bakey!" You shouldn't have a problem cooking the most important meal of the day on a medium to low setting. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-07-07
Can this skillet be used with the MSR reactor?
Asked by: Menoche
Thanks for reaching out to us! Did you know that MSR stands for Mountain Safety Research? Yay! Learning! So, I checked this out, and per MSR, the WindBurner Skillet is "for use exclusively with WindBurner Stove". Hope this helps you out!