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Takoyaki Pan (Induction Compatible)

Takoyaki Pan (Induction Compatible)

Regular price $ 53.00 USD
Regular price $ 62.00 USD Sale price $ 53.00 USD
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If you've ever been to Japan, you have probably seen street vendors selling Takoyaki- delicious savory dough-balls filled with piping hot pieces of octopus! Now you can make them at home thanks to our restaurant-quality Takoyaki Pan.

P.S Don't need an induction compatible pan? Check out our other Takoyaki Pan, which works with every stove-type, except for induction.

What We Love About It:

  • Made from durable cast iron.
  • Makes 14 restaurant-grade balls at a time- each about 4 cm in diameter.
  • Not a fan of octopus? You can make all kinds of delicious variations with other fillings like bacon, cheese, and veggies! This uniquely-shaped pan can also be used to make little round donuts like Dutch-style poffertjes.  

Details & Care:

  • Dimensions: 33.5 cm long (13.2"), 18 cm wide (7") and 7 cm high (2.75").
  • Materials: Pan is cast iron. Handle is wood.
  • Compatible with every type of stove (including induction!)
  • Made in China.

Before using the pan for the first time, follow the below instructions.

  • Wash the pan with dish soap and a soft sponge and dry.
  • Then, heat the pan on the stove, add some oil, and stir fry vegetable scraps on high heat, using the vegetables to help coat the pan with oil. (The tannins in the vegetables help create a nonstick coating on the surface of the pan). Turn off heat, throw away vegetable scraps and wipe surface of the pan with a paper towel.  The pan is now ready for use!
  • Note that the batter may stick a bit on the first use. As you continue using the pan, it will become more and more non-stick. 
  • After each use, hand wash with a soft sponge or plant-based scrub brush. Soap is not needed. Dry completely, heat over the stove, and coat with oil before storing. 
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