Steel Fry Pan for Japanese Omelette - Gas & IH stove-Japan-Best.net-Japan-Best.net
Steel Fry Pan for Japanese Omelette - Gas & IH stove-Japan-Best.net-Japan-Best.net
Steel Fry Pan for Japanese Omelette - Gas & IH stove-Japan-Best.net-Japan-Best.net
Steel Fry Pan for Japanese Omelette - Gas & IH stove-Japan-Best.net-Japan-Best.net
Steel Fry Pan for Japanese Omelette - Gas & IH stove-Japan-Best.net-Japan-Best.net
Steel Fry Pan for Japanese Omelette - Gas & IH stove-Japan-Best.net-Japan-Best.net
Steel Fry Pan for Japanese Omelette - Gas & IH stove-Japan-Best.net-Japan-Best.net
Steel Fry Pan for Japanese Omelette - Gas & IH stove-Japan-Best.net-Japan-Best.net

Omelette Steel Fry Pan

Sale price$88.00
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Pickup available at BOWS & ARROWS Store Usually ready in 24 hours

Omelette Steel Fry Pan

BOWS & ARROWS Store

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

17 Rue Notre Dame de Nazareth
Tue to Sat, from 12h30pm to 7h30pm
75003 Paris
France

+33983707698
Description
  • Japanese style frypan with unique shape
  • IH stove compatible 
  • Iron is a healthier option than non-stick frying pans
  • Iron fry pan to make traditional Tamagoyaki (Japanese omelette) but you can also use it as a small frypan to cook many different types of dishes
  • for Gas & IH stoves

This is likely the first iron wok without Teflon coating but won't stick. High-temperature treatment prevents peeling, crucial for high-heat cooking. The pan is made from iron which is both durable and long lasting and features an embossed bottom which improves durability and limits distortion. 

Made in Tsubame in Japan, for over 70 years this company has been able to base its development on strong innovation, while preserving local craftsmanship and demonstrating real quality in the manufacture of kitchen utensils. 

Dimensions: 18 x 13 x 3 cm 
Weight: 575g 

Body: Steel
Handle: Natural Wood 

Tamagoyaki is a Japanese style rolled omelette. It looks complicated but after a few times you will find they are quite easy to make. You can also cook vegetables with them, for example okra, spinach, etc. You can google search for: 卵焼き野菜レシピ to find images of many interesting recipes to try.

How to make regular Tamagoyaki: 

Care and Maintenance for the Iron pan: 

  1. When first using the pan, please remove the anti rust varnish by evenly heating up the pan. 
  2. Wipe away any residue.
  3. Once the pan has cooled, wash the pan using a sponge with hot water. Please use a non-abrasive sponge, a steel sponge may scratch the pan. 
  4. Season the iron pan by pouring oil generously into the pan. Heat up the oil. It's best to cook some non-edible vegetable scraps and discarding them afterwards. 
  5. Use hot water to clean the pan before use. Repeat steps 2-3 as required.
  6. After use - wash the pan with water. To avoid rusting, dry the pan immediately after use and apply a small coat of oil. 

Dimensions: 19x13.3x3.5cm
Weight: 570g

Made in Niigata, Japan