TEFAL Ideal One Egg Wonder Frying Pan £3.99 Reserve & Collect Currys
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TEFAL Ideal One Egg Wonder Frying Pan £3.99 Reserve & Collect Currys

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I got one of these from work (Asda Living) a few weeks back for £2.80 They make cooking the perfect egg that much easier X)

View from above oO

http://s12.postimg.org/kn4vkx33x/frying_pan.jpg

perfect thanks

It's not a deal but these are very good for frying a single egg. I have also used it for a chicken breast.

Why isn't the website letting me reserve it

937666

View from above oO



The wife saw that and asked if, 'I'd give her one'.

Probably meant, would I get her one..............................I think!

morrisons got them for £4 as well

chrisl645

morrisons got them for £4 as well


Link please

Home bargains does a similar one for only £1.99,nice colours too.

vassy4u

Link please



​it was in store at heywood branch. got one yesterday

I want two eggs at the same time

snowflake75

I want two eggs at the same time


£7.98 reserve and collect at Currys

qbs

£7.98 reserve and collect at Currys



​funny ****

I have one of these, i can't get the egg to cook on top before it goes crispy on the bottom. And, it's too small to flip the egg over. You could probably find a couple of good quality egg rings for this price.

Master G

I have one of these, i can't get the egg to cook on top before it goes … I have one of these, i can't get the egg to cook on top before it goes crispy on the bottom. And, it's too small to flip the egg over. You could probably find a couple of good quality egg rings for this price.



Try lowering the heat? I find the pan slips off my hob as it's so small but it is nice for one egg (just have to keep holding the pan!) Got mine for £4 too at Morrisons.

Cancer causing teflon and PTFE. Big negative

jonnithomas

It's not a deal but these are very good for frying a single egg. I have … It's not a deal but these are very good for frying a single egg. I have also used it for a chicken breast.



That doesn't fit the narrative

sam_of_london

Cancer causing teflon and PTFE. Big negative



Once again spouting rubbish! This is an inert polymer; the individual chemicals that go in there can cause cancer, but there are none left once it has been polymerised.

"There is no PFOA in the final Teflon product, so there is no risk that it will cause cancer in those who use Teflon cookware." From a US Prof that did a definitive study

Back to mixing some more chemicals now (literally!).

Voted cold, nasty teflon. Would rather not risk my kids health thank you very much.

Master G

I have one of these, i can't get the egg to cook on top before it goes … I have one of these, i can't get the egg to cook on top before it goes crispy on the bottom. And, it's too small to flip the egg over. You could probably find a couple of good quality egg rings for this price.



You can definitely flip the egg over, you just need to practice more!

Master G

I have one of these, i can't get the egg to cook on top before it goes … I have one of these, i can't get the egg to cook on top before it goes crispy on the bottom. And, it's too small to flip the egg over. You could probably find a couple of good quality egg rings for this price.




put a lid on it genuine comment and not me being rude.

craigfoley

Voted cold, nasty teflon. Would rather not risk my kids health thank you … Voted cold, nasty teflon. Would rather not risk my kids health thank you very much.



m.cancer.org/can…foa

Master G

I have one of these, i can't get the egg to cook on top before it goes … I have one of these, i can't get the egg to cook on top before it goes crispy on the bottom. And, it's too small to flip the egg over. You could probably find a couple of good quality egg rings for this price.



Cover the pan with a lid or plate, the steam cooks the yolk, makes it perfect and runny everytime without burning the bottom! I just bought a Tefal small pan, bigger than these from J32 Tefal Outlet on the M62 for 4.99

decent price. But not suitable for induction hobs! So heat... but not for my unfortunately :-( needed a small pan like this as well.

joepbailey

decent price. But not suitable for induction hobs! So heat... but not for … decent price. But not suitable for induction hobs! So heat... but not for my unfortunately :-( needed a small pan like this as well.



Tkmaxx is full of ceramic pans like this with steel base which can be used on induction cookers at around the same price. Tefal does not sell anymore due to its use of cancer causing teflon /PTFE. Therefore there is always sale of tefal items every day every where and some gullible people get sucked into this kind of false advertising.

Original Poster

sam_of_london

Tkmaxx is full of ceramic pans like this with steel base which can be … Tkmaxx is full of ceramic pans like this with steel base which can be used on induction cookers at around the same price. Tefal does not sell anymore due to its use of cancer causing teflon /PTFE. Therefore there is always sale of tefal items every day every where and some gullible people get sucked into this kind of false advertising.


Who let the Dogs Out?

Scunnerd

Who let the Dogs Out?



​You

Original Poster

Woof!

jonnithomas

put a lid on it genuine comment and not me being rude.


That's what i used to do. Lid was too large though. From a milk pan and had to balance on the frying pan and edge of stove. Seems like lots of work. Egg rings seem so much easier.

sam_of_london

Tkmaxx is full of ceramic pans like this with steel base which can be … Tkmaxx is full of ceramic pans like this with steel base which can be used on induction cookers at around the same price. Tefal does not sell anymore due to its use of cancer causing teflon /PTFE. Therefore there is always sale of tefal items every day every where and some gullible people get sucked into this kind of false advertising.


And this children ........is a crazy man.

Master G

I have one of these, i can't get the egg to cook on top before it goes … I have one of these, i can't get the egg to cook on top before it goes crispy on the bottom. And, it's too small to flip the egg over. You could probably find a couple of good quality egg rings for this price.



I had this problem too, wasn't putting enough oil in the pan

sam_of_london

Cancer causing teflon and PTFE. Big negative



30 carcinogens in oregano (maybe 30+ by now?). Most of the carcinogens you eat come from natural sources. You should look at something like the HERP Index for risk.
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