JapanBargain S-1811, Japanese Tamagoyaki Omelette Pan Egg Pan
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|Item Dimensions||5.12 x 7.48 x 0.79 in||1.2 x 7.5 x 5.5 in||5.25 x 7.5 x 1.25 in||5.12 x 12.6 x 1.77 in||2.99 x 4.92 x 4.92 in||4 x 6.38 x 1.13 in|
|Material Type||cast-iron||Aluminum||iron||Al-Mn Alloy||Aluminum||Iron|
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Made in Japan. Rectangular shaped Japanese egg omelet pan. Dimension: 7-1/4 inch x 5-1/2 inch. Overall length: 13-1/2 inch l. This rectangular shaped aluminum pan is coated with a non stick surface for making Japanese sweet omelets.
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The chef that showed me how to use the pan in Japan (incidentally, this is the EXACT pan she uses in her B&B in Kyoto) said that when I make tomago, I need to wipe a little oil into the pan between each new layer of egg/dashi mixture. I keep a small dish, with about 1 tbsp of oil in it, on the stove near the pan. After I roll up the egg, I take a piece of paper towel (about 1/4 of a sheet, folded into a square about 2"-3" on a side), dip it into the oil with chopsticks, and rub it on the pan before adding the next layer of egg. Keep this up between layers, and you will have no sticking problems.
When you clean the pan, don't scrub it or scour it with soapy water. I would advise just wiping it out with a damp paper towel, and then drying it immediately rather than letting the water evaporate off of the pan. I have had no problems with rust or subsequent sticking.
In short, you can't regard this as the same kind of "no-stick" as a piece of Teflon cookware. Treat it more like a cast iron skillet and it will serve you well.
That said, now I love it. I bought it for omelets but I'm USING it for hashbrowns and burgers and chopped sirloin steaks. It fits 2 burger patties in perfectly, which is something I need occasionally. It makes hashbrowns LIKE A DREAM - Nice little square patties that are on par with Waffle House's and cute burgers that look and are sized like Wendy's. When you cook anything with more oil, like the hashbrowns or burgers, clean up is easy.
So, I'm giving it a 4, because I am so happy with it and I'm finding it quite useful, even if I still feel like I need a good Japanese omelet pan.
If you've bought one and aren't happy with it, try it with hashbrowns and you might feel better.
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Ended up trashing it
It's small which isn't too big a problem if it didnt stick as well! The entire back of the pot is now stuck with eggs that cannot be removed whatsoever