Riess egg pan Ø 18 cm, pure grey
Enamel pan with two handles for omelets and other egg dishes Suitable for all types of stoves (gas, electric, glass ceramic, induction, open fire).
Heat resistant up to 450°C - maximum recommended operating temperature at 220°
Cut and scratch resistant
Bacteria-inhibiting and aroma-neutral
CO2 neutrally manufactured in Austria
Dimensions: Ø 18 cm, H 4 cm
Description from the manufacturer:
Omelette(s), scrambled eggs, scrambled eggs, fried eggs: our egg pan is just right for these egg dishes and many more. The iron core of the enamel distributes the heat on the bottom of the pan optimally and quickly, so that the heat can be quickly turned down, because egg dishes do not tolerate excessively high temperatures. And once the eggs are fried, they can also be cut up in the pan with a knife, because enamel is cut and scratch-resistant. With its two handles, the egg pan is suitable as a serving pan, from which you can also eat, because the enamel is scratch and cut resistant
The pan is very easy to clean after frying - even in the dishwasher and indestructible when used and cared for properly.
The material enamel consists of iron that has been fused with glass at high temperatures, i.e. from natural raw materials.
Our enamel cookware can be used on all types of stoves (gas, electric, glass ceramic, induction and even over an open fire). Thanks to the iron core, the heat is conducted quickly and then stored: for sustainable, energy-saving cooking.
The non-porous, smooth glass surface guarantees perfect hygiene. This is aroma-neutral and bacteria-inhibiting and also easy to clean. When used and cared for properly, enamel crockery will last for a long time and retain its typical shine.
You need butter or oil to fry eggs in an enamel pan, but not too high a temperature. The best way to test this is to put a drop of the egg mixture in the omelet pan. It must not contract immediately, because then the pan is too hot. If nothing happens, the pan is too cold. The pan only has the optimum temperature when the drop has slightly stagnated. Now pour in the entire mass, reduce the heat a little, as enamel stores the heat and wait until the omelette easily detaches from the bottom of the pan, only now turn the omelette.
Made in Austria