Puritan Board Professor
Recommendations for Omelette Pans?
I love my inherited cast iron, but I don't use it for omelets. I use a cheap non-stick from Big Lots for that. (My mother-in-law used to buy a new non-stick pan to start each year, discarding the old one. I'm not that careful, but I do consider them expendable).A well seasoned Wagner cast iron is hard to beat.
About once a year is the right replacement mindset for non-sticks. They're great time savers, but should indeed be thought of as expendables.(My mother-in-law used to buy a new non-stick pan to start each year, discarding the old one. I'm not that careful, but I do consider them expendable).
Cheap non-stick, Big Lots, use non-metallic utensils, and it should last a couple of years. I got the one for my Mother-in-Law at the Rewe at Berlinerstrasse and Am Flachsrosterweg in Koeln, but that was several years ago.If you've tried it and you've liked it and would recommend it, please do so.
Yes, for omelets I like a pan with sloping sides as opposed to vertical sides. (A lot of what is marketed as omelet pans lack this basic feature). These pans are also good for crepes.There are different types of pans