This rectangular copper frying pan from Marushin is perfect for making Japanese tamagoyaki omelettes.
Copper has excellent thermal conductivity and heat retention properties, so the heat can spread uniformly over the cooking surface. As a result, you typically use less energy while cooking, and the omelette will be cooked more evenly, with fewer dak spots.
Copper cookware is very durable, hygenic, and corrosion-resistant. The rectangular shape of this pan is in the Kansai (western Japan) style, so if you're interested in cooking Kansai-style omelettes, it's perfect for you.
- Copper cookware is a high quality, and aesthetically pleasing addition to your kitchen.
- Because the heat spreads evenly, the risk of scorching the meal is significantly reduced.
- Compared with iron and stainless steel, copper conducts heat more than five times better.
- Size: 255 x 210 mm
- Weight: Approx. 1140g
- Materials: Tinned copper, wood
- Made in Japan