Tefal Ideal One Egg Wonder Non-stick Frying Pan (Black) was £9 now £3.99 + 1 year guarantee @ Currys / Amazon (Prime) /
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Tefal Ideal One Egg Wonder Non-stick Frying Pan (Black) was £9 now £3.99 + 1 year guarantee @ Currys / Amazon (Prime) /

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Found 17th Jan 2017
- Non-stick interior and exterior
- Dishwasher safe
- Suitable for all heat sources except induction
- Dimensions: 24.5 x 12.5 x 3 cm
- 1-year manufacturer's guarantee

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nice find - heat added
Thanks OP. Got one from Amazon. Don't even eat eggs, though...
good price but how long before we get Teflon causes ....
Thank you, almost got 1 on these in Morrisons for £9.99. Now got two for less than the Morrisons price for one.
Very tempting but then I saw this one for a quid more which comes with a really small spatula! Tempting to get this one instead as it can be really difficult to get the fried eggs out of these small pans! Argh decisions decisions.....:)
JPS

Very tempting but then I saw this one for a quid more which comes with a … Very tempting but then I saw this one for a quid more which comes with a really small spatula! Tempting to get this one instead as it can be really difficult to get the fried eggs out of these small pans! Argh decisions decisions.....:)



You "slide" them out. That's all there is...
ndl

You "slide" them out. That's all there is...


Lol true, but I prefer to turn mine over. Just seen the Eddingtons one is actually £10.99 with 11 5* reviews on Amazon so have ordered that one instead, it's a good price.
These would be better if they had a lid. The bottom tends to overcook before the top is done.
Master G

These would be better if they had a lid. The bottom tends to overcook … These would be better if they had a lid. The bottom tends to overcook before the top is done.


Mini spatula a must!
ndl

You "slide" them out. That's all there is...


and where does all the oil go when you do that?
paulj48

and where does all the oil go when you do that?



The point of a decent Teflon pan is that you need almost zero oil, no?
Or were you being funny and it didn't land?
Heat added. Prime customer so gone for the no rush delivery/ one pound digital credit (my wife's Kindle is stuffed full of kindle books that have effectively cost nowt!).
Edited by: "bellboys" 17th Jan 2017
paulj48

and where does all the oil go when you do that?



If you are using so much oil that US wants to invade your kitchen, then this pan is not for you...
JPS

Lol true, but I prefer to turn mine over. Just seen the Eddingtons one is … Lol true, but I prefer to turn mine over. Just seen the Eddingtons one is actually £10.99 with 11 5* reviews on Amazon so have ordered that one instead, it's a good price.



This is my thought too, how do you turn an egg in such a small pan? Sunny side ain't for me. X)
Master G

These would be better if they had a lid. The bottom tends to overcook … These would be better if they had a lid. The bottom tends to overcook before the top is done.


put a plate on top, the plate is warmed too
Good price but...

1 egg?

don't think I've ever cooked one egg on its own
Stimpington

The point of a decent Teflon pan is that you need almost zero oil, no?Or … The point of a decent Teflon pan is that you need almost zero oil, no?Or were you being funny and it didn't land?


I thought the point of a frying pan was so you could fry, i.e cook in oil other wise it would be described as a skillet.
Thanks, OP, got one!
Cenobite

This is my thought too, how do you turn an egg in such a small pan? Sunny … This is my thought too, how do you turn an egg in such a small pan? Sunny side ain't for me. X)



sunny side up is the only way to fry an egg.
Bought one... cos it was cute!!
That's why I'll never be rich, buying pans cos they're cute?! (takes meself off for a word!)
"Suitable for all heat sources except induction"..... so gas then? oO
Edited by: "VikJ" 17th Jan 2017
What's the point in saying "all heat sources" when it isn't all in any way, shape or form?
VikJ

"Suitable for all heat sources except induction"..... so gas then? oO


plus ceramic hobs (electric)
VikJ

"Suitable for all heat sources except induction"..... so gas then? oO



Or electric ceramic, electric solid plate, old school electric ring, charcoal...
Nice find vassy, eggstra heat added
Heat added
johnthehuman

sunny side up is the only way to fry an egg.



Heathen oO
Silly question. Can you do 2 eggs in this? oO
or a slightly bigger one? anyone seen?
DE4L3R

Silly question. Can you do 2 eggs in this? oO


They are really just big enough for one large egg! Ideal would recommend. also you can flip like a pancake if you use frylight

Edited by: "angie14" 17th Jan 2017
You don't actually flip the egg. To turn the egg
Oh thank goodness! From now on I can just have one egg for breakfast without having to throw the other two away. I curse the day I decided to go for the 3 egg pan.
thanks vassy, probably good enough for small pancakes too!
Thanks OP, another item ordered that I didn't need as I already had one but at this price...

HEAT added
'Cracking' deal. Sorry that was a bad yoke
Superb ordered 2
ordered 2 thanks OP
Good deal but they have no balance what so ever (I have a couple, paid £4.25 each then and wish I had not bothered), I'd rather use a larger pan!
ludwig352

Oh thank goodness! From now on I can just have one egg for breakfast … Oh thank goodness! From now on I can just have one egg for breakfast without having to throw the other two away. I curse the day I decided to go for the 3 egg pan.


I feel your pain. I'm a single man. Why would i want 6 poached eggs?
amazon.co.uk/Kit…YLY
OOS on Amazon at this price
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