XD Induction Japanese Omelet Pan (Tamagoyaki)
Swiss Diamond

Item: XD6318i
$149.95
The ultimate nonstick Japanese Omelet Pan (Makiyakinabe) is back and better than ever. Perfect for Tamagoyaki, a Japanese rolled egg omelet commonly eaten in bento boxes or as nigari sushi.

This pan now features the new Swiss Diamond XD diamond-reinforced coating, meaning that this piece contains 20 percent more diamond crystals. With the new XD formula, this pan is designed specifically to cook the egg layers quickly and evenly, with superior nonstick performance. Worried about your delicate egg dishes sticking to the sides of your pan? This pan provides incredible nonstick properties, and is also engineered to be used without oil or butter. Like magic, your Tamagoyaki slides right out of the pan with no scrubbing or soaking necessary.

The cast aluminum construction of this pan is 40 percent more durable due to the XD coating, and ensures that the body of the pan never warps, tips or spins while cooking. Additionally, the handle is ergonomically shaped for your comfort. The handle is welded in place, and is made of thermoplastic resin which ensures they stay cool on the stovetop. Oven safe up to Up to 500 F (260 C) and PFOA-free, this pan is a necessity if you're looking to improve your Tamagoyaki technique.
Dimensions: 5 x 7 inches
Height: 1.2 inches
Volume: 0.8 Quarts
Weight: 1.5 lbs

Care:
-Dishwasher safe; hand wash recommended
-Recommended Stovetops: Induction, Gas, Electric, Radiant Ring, Ceramic, Halogen
-Oven safe up to 500F (260C)

The Swiss Diamond XD nonstick coating features a significantly improved seal between the cooking surface of the pan and the aluminum base, creating a more durable and more corrosion resistant layer. Designed for healthy convenience, the PFOA-free Swiss Diamond XD nonstick coating allows you to cook without access oils or butter, ideal for years of healthy eating and lighter meals. Plus, the patented coating cleans up with just soap and water for the quickest and easiest housework you have ever had to do.