9.4-in Iron Omelette Pan w/ Welded Handle

Rosle 26424 Frying Pan

MPN: 26424

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Rosle 26424 Description

SKU: 165-26424

Iron Pan, 9.4 in (24 cm) Diameter, With Handle, Iron Pan manufactured from 1.25 mm/0.05 in. gauge material. Heats up rapidly and quickly reacts to heat settings. With welded handle from flat bar steel. Perfect for flour and egg dishes such as pancakes, omelettes and crepes. (This product has a 16 week lead time for shipping.)

Rosle 26424 Specifications

Manufacturer Rosle
Weight 1.50

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Skandalous Jones said...
"I LOVE this pan! This is a carbon steel pan; which has specific care and maintenance. It must be seasoned properly. It will rust. It can't go in..."

Rosle 26424 Customer Reviews

  • 5 out of 5
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  • Excellent Versatility

    By on June 27, 2014

    "I LOVE this pan! This is a carbon steel pan; which has specific care and maintenance. It must be seasoned properly. It will rust. It can't go in the dishwasher. It shouldn't be cleaned with dish detergent. If you are willing to put the care that is necessary into it, this pan will outperform any other saute pan on the market. It took me a few weeks to really break mine in so far as seasoning the pan's cooking surface, but it is now more non-stick than any non-stick pan I've ever had. I also have birds, so this is an ideal choice for me; as teflon will off-gas from the pan and is extremely toxic to them. I don't want that for myself either; toxic or not. As for uses, I like being able to use it on the range for any type of saute work. It is an excellent choice for fritatta in the oven and I've even used it on the grill to get that smokey taste to aspergus spears. Cleanup isn't really that big of a deal. I scour out the leavings with kosher salt and a cotton rag. With a rinse in hot water. Then, I give it a very light coat of oilto store. Over the years, mine noe looks like a black mirror on the cooking surface. Wouldn't trade this pan for anything... even a Bob Kramer knife."
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