Store cleaned and seasoned pans in a dry place. If stacking pans that will nest together, place a layer of paper towel between each. Don't store cast iron pans with their lids in place unless you put something between lid and pan to allow air circulation.
Heat a pan on a burner slowly, first on low, then increase to higher settings. Avoid using metal utensils with sharp edges or corners. Avoid cooking acidic foods that may compromise your seasoning. Allow a pan to cool on its own to room temperature before cleaning
SOGA Cast Iron Omelette Pan is traditional rectangular shape for rolled egg omelets
Make tamagoyaki for breakfast or bento, as a sushi topping, or for a healthy snack
Cast iron is durable and retains heat well
Bottom provides good heat conduction and storage performance to lock nutrition and delicacy of food
Material: Cast Iron with wood handle
Suitable for: induction cooktop, oven and gas stove/gas burner