Oyako Nabe Lid
Oyako Nabe Lid
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This is the matching lid for our Oyako Nabe Pan. Sold separately.
Make authentic Japanese oyakodon with our Oyako Nabe Pan and this matching lid. Oyakodon is short for "oyako donburi," a rice bowl topped with chicken and onions sautéed in egg and sweet sauce.
While you can use the pan without this lid, we highly recommend use both pieces together in order to make the juiciest chicken- cooked to perfection!
Details and care:
- Dimensions: 16cm (6.2") in diameter
- Materials: Stainless steel with a natural wood knob
- Not dishwasher safe. Please hand wash and dry with a soft cloth, allowing wood knob to air dry completely before storing.
- Made in Japan
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