The 'Iwachu Cast Iron Omelette Pan' may have a deceptive name because the heavy duty cast-iron pan does much more than just make breakfast.
While the pan does feature a sleek and modern upgrade, it is still constructed in the same handcrafted in Morioka, Japan using traditional methods. Cast iron pans have been made for the same way for over 400 years and are synonymous with quality and longevity. The Iwachu pan combines elements from its traditional past with contemporary and ergonomic aesthetics, creating the ideal kitchen tool.
Known for their non-stick function, cast iron pans are perfect for cooking a myriad of food varieties. The Iwachu pan boasts curved sides, even weight distribution and a heat- shedding handle, making cooking fun and easy. The versatility of the Iwachu pan allows it to be used on the stove top, on the grill or in the oven.
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