Perfect Pancake Pan - Also Omelette & Crepes £4.99 @ Home Bargains
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Perfect Pancake Pan - Also Omelette & Crepes £4.99 @ Home Bargains

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Found 15th Jan 2015
Features
Perfect, fluffy pancakes every time
Spatula free
Non-stick
Dishwasher safe
Always-cool Handle
No Butter or Oil Needed
Fast and easy
Also Cooks Eggs & More

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Original Poster

Pictures courtesy of E-Bay -

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Edited by: "gibblesuk" 15th Jan 2015

Looks good though I'm wondering what the heat distribution would be like. Would they cook evenly over a gas ring on a hob?

Original Poster

SFJnet

Looks good though I'm wondering what the heat distribution would be like. … Looks good though I'm wondering what the heat distribution would be like. Would they cook evenly over a gas ring on a hob?



will let you know as other half picking one up in town today

I cant find it do you have a specific link?

Original Poster

bokertov

I cant find it do you have a specific link?



it's instore only

Would be very interested if it makes perfect omelettes too. Love pancakes but too fattening lol

No way that will make an omlette,or is there a little mechancal fork going around as the egg mixture cooks?

looks good anyone tried it?

Got this from bently bridge wolverhampton last weekend.

so simple and easy to use.

It looks like it makes the thick American style pancakes, whereas I prefer the thin pancakes and crepes. Looks OK for thick omelettes though.

looks crepe to me!


seriously seems ok if you have lots of these types of things, quite like the idea of doing 4 small omelettes with this.

jayrichy

No way that will make an omlette,or is there a little mechancal fork … No way that will make an omlette,or is there a little mechancal fork going around as the egg mixture cooks?



What?
You don't stir an omelette as it cooks. If you do you end up with scrambled eggs. You just pour in the beaten egg mix and leave it, maybe tilt it about and that's about it.
Not sure you're fit to comment on kitchen equipment if you can't cook an omelette
Edited by: "BiffBoff" 15th Jan 2015

Thanks op, will try to get one tomorrow from my local - the kids love those american style pancakes & i love omelettes so would be great for us

They're pretty good but the handle is quite flimsy and I can't see the nonstick lasting. But for a fiver and keeping the kid in pancakes? Perfect.

Gotta love a bit of cheap crepe!

is this online? i don't have a store near me

BiffBoff

What?You don't stir an omelette as it cooks. If you do you end up with … What?You don't stir an omelette as it cooks. If you do you end up with scrambled eggs. You just pour in the beaten egg mix and leave it, maybe tilt it about and that's about it.Not sure you're fit to comment on kitchen equipment if you can't cook an omelette




Yes you do,but it's more like fluffing it


Edited by: "thommo" 15th Jan 2015

This looks like one of the things that seems like a good idea when you buy it, but then ends up in the pile of other never used kitchen utensils and machines!

gibblesuk


Is it sad that from that one picture I know you use Firefox?

BiffBoff

What?You don't stir an omelette as it cooks. If you do you end up with … What?You don't stir an omelette as it cooks. If you do you end up with scrambled eggs. You just pour in the beaten egg mix and leave it, maybe tilt it about and that's about it.Not sure you're fit to comment on kitchen equipment if you can't cook an omelette


I've seen plain omelettes cooked by pulling the edge to the middle of the pan and tilting it to pour in the uncooked egg on top. The fact they've mentioned the fork 'going round' however, one can only assume they can't tell one form of cooked eggs from the other :).

As for this, I'm far from a great cook but if you can't make omelettes and pancakes without such utensils I'm surpised you bother cooking at all!

Not available in the Birmingham Perry Barr branch

Bought one today in my local, hubby said oh you buy some crepe you do ha! I said it was only a fiver get over yourself lol. Looking forward to giving it a whirl. x

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Lookeylook

Would be very interested if it makes perfect omelettes too. Love pancakes … Would be very interested if it makes perfect omelettes too. Love pancakes but too fattening lol

flour, milk and eggs? Use non dairy milk and non wheat flour.

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Spacehduk

This looks like one of the things that seems like a good idea when you … This looks like one of the things that seems like a good idea when you buy it, but then ends up in the pile of other never used kitchen utensils and machines!

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cheekyoldcow

Comment flour, milk and eggs? Use non dairy milk and non wheat flour.

Don't forget butter, especially for American pancakes.

Bought it and used it last night the non stick is rubbish
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