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Karen Jones

omelette pan

I have a cheap and cheerful pan from Tesco, as soon as I saw Delia making the omelette the craving hit ...

I followed her instructions and the omelette .. perfect!

The methodology is so straightforward I can put a sensible snack in front of my teenage son in seconds ... thank you Delia :)

The pan you are referring to may be better/easier, not entirely sure, but, as a single mum on benefits ... Tesco has to do! :)

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minky

seasoning omelette pan

Hi,
I just did what I think Delia recommended and left the pan on a low heat with about 1cm oil in. It looks a complete mess now! I brushed the sides with oil as rec. and they are yellow and stained (this is inside the pan). Next time I will try the salt and oil.
Michele

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jenny

seasong the pan

the salt and oil definitely worked for me, and cleaning it after use with salt was good too, it does seem strange not to use washing up liquid, but the salt worked and it is now nice and clean, waiting for its next use (which won't be long!)

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minky

seasoning omelette pan

well my morning omelette was well and truly stuck to the pan after 8 hours of heating with oil. I will try again with salt and oil but this little gem might be on the way to the charity shop!
michele

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minky

omelette pan

Jenny - salt and oil worked!
Just made, if I saw so myself!, a perfect omelette.
Thanks

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JuliaBalbilla

Little Gem seasoning question

Hi Jenny, I seasoned my pan in the oven with oil, as I have done with Mermaid Hard-anodised tins. It did not work for the omelette pan, ie the bottom did not stick but the sides did, possibly because whilst I oiled the sides, the oil ran down the pan when in the oven.

I have had to scrub the pan with a scourer to remove the stuck omelette. I will start again with your oil and salt method, but do I need to oil and salt the sides as well?? Thanks, Rosemary (JB)

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Nausea Bagwash

Omlette pan

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JuliaBalbilla

Omelette pan

No longer sold by Lakeland - I think they had too many reviews because Mermaid do not give instructions for seasoning. In general Mermaid are very slack at that. However, go back several messages to see Jenny's saly and oil method which DOES work. Thanks Jenny!

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Nausea Bagwash

Seasoning Omelette Pan

Is this the aluminium pan she recommended years ago?

I've have one for years, never seasoned it and have had no sticking problems with it.

The large and very expensive stainless steel saute pan, on the other hand, is a damned nuisance and only gets used as a bain marie for individual puddings

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JuliaBalbilla

omelette pan

Yes,it is the one she recommended some years ago. You are lucky that yours hasn't stuck! I certainly had to season mine according to Jenny's salt and oil method to make it non-stick.

Stainless steel does stick and I would never use it for frying or saut&"233;ing. For a saut&"233; pan, I would recommend titanium coated ones. More expensive, but excellent. I use the ProCook Titanium Shallow Casserole & lid for saut&"233;eing and it is brilliant. See:

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