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Wahei Freiz

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Tamagoyaki Pan Sanjo Iron Chitose 9.5x15cm

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$ 29.00 USD
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$ 29.00 USD

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Made in Japan in the city of Sanjo, well-known for metal handiwork. This beautiful little pan is part of the "Chitose" cookware series, whose name comes from the Japanese characters for "thousand years". When treated with care, this pan will truly last for years, and become a beloved member of your kitchen arsenal.
Petite size makes it ideal for one-person tamagoyaki. See here for larger version.

What we love about it:

  • Compatible with gas, electric, vitroceramic and induction stoves.
  • As iron becomes more non-stick as you use it, it'll become increasingly easier to use.
  • The slightly deeper body prevents food from spilling out.

Details:

  • Dimensions: 9.5 x 15 cm (without the wooden handle). The size is ideal for small tamagoyaki omelettes.
  • Pan thickness is 1.6 mm (0.06")
  • Material: Iron with silicone coating
  • Note: The pan is coated in a ultrathin silicone coating to prevent rusting before use. As you cook with the pan, the silicone coating will naturally wear off. Please rest assured that the silicone is food-safe and is completely safe to consume.
  • The handle is natural wood.
  • Handwash only. Do not use in dishwasher, microwave, or oven.
As we ship from Kyoto, our products may be subject to taxes & customs fees in the country of delivery.
  • Wash pan with water and dish detergent. Dry. Heat on cooktop on medium heat for 2-3 minutes Turn off heat, and leave to cool until safe to touch.

  • Add 1/4 - 1/2 cup of cooking oil to the pan, heat on low heat for 3 minutes, tilting pan to make sure the sides are coated as well.

  • Pour out the oil.

  • Using a paper towel rub in the residual oil, evenly coating the pan.

After each use

Wash with a sponge or plant-based scrub brush in warm/hot water while pan is still warm. Do not use dish detergent. Dry, heat pan on low heat, and coat lightly with oil before storing.

What to do when food sticks to the pan

To remove burnt bits of food, boil some water in the pan to help loosen the burnt bits. Then use a scrub brush with baking soda or salt to remove the bits. Dry and re-season (see above instructions).
Do not leave food in the pan, or leave the pan soaking in water as this will cause rusting.

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