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Makes restaurant quality omelets
from Spokane, WA
About Me Casual Cook
Comments about Omelet Pan:
Makes a quick, simple, but delicious and easy to make meal.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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NOT GOOD QUALITY TELON, SCRATCHES EASILY
from STATEN ISLAND, NY
ONLY USED ONCE, TEFLON SCRATCHES EASILY. THIS IS A GREAT IDEA BUT THE TEFLON QUALITY IS VERY POOR. I THOUGHT I COULD USE A METAL SPACHULA TO LIFT THE OMELET OUT OF THE PAN AND REALIZED AFTER WASH THE PAN IT WAS ALL SCRATCHED. ALSO THE BOTTOM AND THE TOP OF THE PANS GOT ALL SCRATCHED UP JUST FROM MOVEMENT ON MY GAS BURNER GRILL TOP.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Don't judge a book by it's cover
from St. Albans, NY
Since there were no instructions, I did it all wrong. It was easy enough to assemble, but it was too hot to handle, eggs leaked out when I turned the pan, so there should at least have been warnings to that effect, especially about fire hazards and burns.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from Bronx NY
I think it is great to use
much-appreciated omelet pan
from richland, wa
have been searching for a new omelet pan for some time. the teflon in the old one was badly scraped, so it went away. omelets are a delicious meal when nothing else will satisfy.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Wonderful Omelet Pan
from Auburndale Florida
Great way to make an Omelet and Poached eggs in a snap. My husband and I both agree that this pan is really super. I had one years ago and now I'm glad I have one again.
couldn't find any where else!
By Cliff the egg lover!
from rockport ,tx
Easy to use!
Would not recommend..
About Me Avid Cook
No instructions. Not even a picture on the outside of the box to go by. While you can figure where the "little knobs" go, they "could go on the poacher "frame" bottom. The screws in closed for the two main handles are not the same size and one will not work on either one.... Would love for someone to make porcelain-cast iron version of this pan.
from OREGON COAST
The first time i used this product the non stick surface came off with the cooked food. tossed it in the garbage.
Difficult to assemble
from York, PA
Comes only partially assembled and no instructions are included.