Creative cooking with SCANPAN’s blinis pan

Do you love being creative in the kitchen? Then you will probably also love SCANPAN’s blinis pan. With this pan, you can let loose the creativity and start making fantastic little blinis with interesting and varying stuffing that suits all meals of the day and any taste buds.

The only limit for the use of the blinis pan is your imagination. Besides all the different kinds of blinis you can make, the blinis pan is also perfect for making small omelettes or fried eggs for a brunch.

With SCANPAN’s blinis pan you can easily and quickly make 9 blinis at once, and the unique non-stick coating makes the pan easy to clean after use. This way, you can create small individual blinis for your guests, or together with your children, without hassle.

Blinis for all meals

You can use the blinis pan to make blinis for all meals of the day.

There are three basic methods to prepare and serve a blini, which you can use as a starting point:

  1. As it is – try adding a little grated apple or potato to the batter.
  2. With honey or jam spread on top.
  3. With stuffing of fruit, chicken, fish, chopped and fried vegetables, or whatever you may prefer.



SCANPAN’s blinis pan:

  • Makes up to nine blinis at a time.
  • Is hand–made of 100% pure, recycled aluminium.
  • Is coated with SCANPAN’s unique non-stick coating, which tolerates the use of metal utensils and is easy to clean.
  • Measures 28 cm x 28 cm and weighs 1 kg.
  • Can be used on all types of cooktops, induction excluded.
  • Is created with a starting point in our many years of experience and proud craftsmanship traditions.

At our factory in Ryomgaard, near Aarhus in Denmark, we control the production of the blinis pan through the entire process, from raw aluminium ingots to the final pan. This way, we ensure that the production is in line with our long-standing Danish craftsmanship traditions, and that our products always are of the highest quality.

A pan with a history

Blinis are believed to originate from Russia where they were seen as a symbol of the sun because of their round shape. Since then, blinis have spread to most of the world, and many different ways of preparing and serving the little pancake-like bread have come to be.


If you feel like experimenting with different kinds of blinis yourself, here is a good basic recipe you can follow:

(approx. 9 pcs.)

  • 225 g wheat flour
  • 75 buckwheat flour
  • 2 tsp baing powder
  • 1 tsp bicarbonate of soda
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 1/4 cups buttermilk
  • 4 tbsp oil






When you buy a SCANPAN blinis pan, an inspiring booklet of recipes is included, so you can quickly get familiar with the many possibilities with your new favourite kitchen utensil.

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