I am a small Square Tamagoyaki Omelet Pan. It hit me square in the face one morning! From that day on, eggs and I were the best of friends.
Tamagoyaki, meaning, “grilled egg” is a multilayered Japanese style omelet. Often, the eggs are used for nigiri, sushi rolls or breakfast dishes. We love these Ambai Tamagoyaki pans designed by Makoto Koizumi mainly because of their dimensions. The ideal dimensions for about a one or two people household and is often all you need, especially when storage space is scarce. Of course, the pans aren’t limited to frying up eggs – they are fantastic for roasting spices and other small tasks.
Tamagoyaki Omelet Pan was curated by Stevenson Aung
Designer: Makoto Koizumi
3.9” (w) x 12.2” (l) x 2.8” (h) or 98mm (w) x 310mm (l) x 72mm (h)
13.6 oz or 0.39 kg
Iron, Teak handle
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