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TAKUMI: Egg Omelette pan Medium Or Small

Regular price $80.00
Unit price
per 

Takumi

TAKUMI: Egg Omelette pan Medium Or Small

Regular price $80.00
Unit price
per 
Medium Size
Medium Size
Small Size
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Tamagoyaki Pan 

Create your own traditional Japanese breakfast home with easy to use Tamagoyaki / Egg omelette pan.  A beautiful round profile timber handle provides comfort and control.  By seasoning your pans it will become non-stick and hardy for a lifetime's worth of use.

Manufactured from Magma Plate Iron.  A technology that produces an irregular surface of concave and convex patterning on both sides of the pan to enable a quick production and even distribution of heat.  Making TAKUMI Pans, much loved everyday kitchen essentials.

Specifications : Magma plate iron / natural timber handle

Induction Heater (IH), Radiant Heater (RH), Halogen Heater (HR), Enclosure Heater (EH), Cease Heater (CH).

Medium Size: 10 x 19cm (size of pan), Weight 0.6kg

Small Size: 5.1 x 10.2cm(size of pan), Weight 0.38kg

 

TAKUMI JAPAN

Manufactured in Tsubame City, Niigata Prefecture, Japan from the finest iron.  TAKUMI continues the tradition of metal production in the region, dating back approximately 300 years to remain the centre of cookware manufacturing in Japan.

 

Caring guide:

Do not put wooden handle pans in oven / No Microwave

1)Wash and Dry your pan

2)Rub thoroughly with oil, leaving no collected spots. Rub all over, inside and out til it isn't greasy.

3)Heat your pan. 

For wooden handle pans, place over steady medium heat. As steel will create hot and cold spots, carefully move the pan about to heat as evenly as possible. It will smoke. 20-30 mins.

4)Repeat 3 or 4 times. Let the pan cool and repeat oil and heat steps.

5)Use your pan. The more you use, the better your seasoning will be. Clean as normal and never let your soak or sit in water. Always thoroughly dry before putting away.

See our full care instructions for information on how to take care of cast iron and steel pans.

  

 

 

 

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