Tamagoyaki Iron Frying Pan
Tamagoyaki, meaning, “grilled egg”, is a multilayered Japanese style omelet. Often, the eggs are used for nigiri, sushi rolls, or breakfast dishes. We love these Ambai Tamagoyaki pans for their dimensions. The scaled down size is often all you need for a one or two person household, especially when storage space is scarce. Of course, the pans aren’t limited to frying up eggs – they are fantastic for roasting spices and other smaller tasks.
- Dimensions: 5.5" x 7.5" x 1.25"
- Made in Japan
- Thin transparent non-stick material coats the iron pan
- Textured pan surface that helps prevent food from sticking
- 1.6mm bottom thickness for superior thermal cooking
- The handle has an easy-to-grip shape
- Teak handle with oil finish
- Connection between pan and handle is stainless steel
- As this is an iron pan, rust will generate on the surface if it is not maintained properly
- Before first use, heat the pan for 2-3 minutes on low to medium heat setting; remove and cool surface to the touch; pour 0.5 cups of oil and heat on low setting for three minutes; remove extra oil and wipe with paper towel to soak remaining oil
- After use, wash with hot water and soft sponge; remove excess water by heating over the stovetop; lightly coat with thin layer of oil before storing
- Do not soak in water or leave excess water in pan