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Tefal Non-stick Chapati Pan Madras Collection, 30 cm - Black £10.49 @ Amazon (Prime Only), Dunelm, John Lewis (add £2 for C&C)
Tefal Non-stick Chapati Pan Madras Collection, 30 cm - Black £10.49 @ Amazon (Prime Only), Dunelm, John Lewis (add £2 for C&C)

Tefal Non-stick Chapati Pan Madras Collection, 30 cm - Black £10.49 @ Amazon (Prime Only), Dunelm, John Lewis (add £2 for C&C)

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Tefal Madras Collection Chapati Pan

This Chapati Pan is part of Tefal’s Madras Collection range. This range features specially shaped cookware to allow you to cook authentic Indian cuisine from the comfort of your own home.

Features a durable non-stick coating, promising a long lasting cooking performance. Fully flat construction with non-stick helps to easily release the Chapatis.

Suitable for all heat sources, excluding induction and dishwasher safe.

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Ordered. Thanks OP

Pantastic, I'll take one.

Has anyone used this some good reviews and couple bad:(

Original Poster

Glad the deal is being well received; I thought it was going to get panned.

Oohhh. Good deal. Will definitely be ordering.
Thanks.

Banned

IV got one but mine was bought from local cash and carry.
nicely made on these.
everyone has them

sofiasar

IV got one but mine was bought from local cash and carry. nicely made on … IV got one but mine was bought from local cash and carry. nicely made on these. everyone has them



Do the roti stick?

get stone or hard anodized if you care about your health. these non stick coatings are not good for you

Dla ciapatych?

you_gotta_be_kidding

get stone or hard anodized if you care about your health. these non stick … get stone or hard anodized if you care about your health. these non stick coatings are not good for you



When you make couple of chappati on hard anodised does it not start letting some smoke off

amzzzzyyyy

Has anyone used this some good reviews and couple bad:(


I use mine a few times a week never had a problem still going strong after 3 years

Would that be any good for making crepes on an electric stove?

yes should be ideal
BTW it's called a tawwa
Edited by: "sowotsdis" 8th Jan

anyone seen one for induction?

amzzzzyyyy

When you make couple of chappati on hard anodised does it not start … When you make couple of chappati on hard anodised does it not start letting some smoke off



​I am using my hard anodized since 5yrs, its as good as new. I have never put any form of ghee or oil on it hence no smoke. Its only for chapattis. Would highly recommend. I bought mine from ebay.

Aluminium pan cannot be used on induction. Plus i like ceramic instead of teflon carcinogenic coating for non stick. I love Indian bread but just bake or heat in convection oven microwave on plate than use pans like this.

sam_of_london

Aluminium pan cannot be used on induction. Plus i like ceramic instead … Aluminium pan cannot be used on induction. Plus i like ceramic instead of teflon carcinogenic coating for non stick. I love Indian bread but just bake or heat in convection oven microwave on plate than use pans like this.


I bought a cast iron one about 30 years ago from an Asian shop, only cost a few quid and weighs a ton. Never had any problem with things sticking and i reckon it will probably outlast me.

sam_of_london

Aluminium pan cannot be used on induction. Plus i like ceramic instead … Aluminium pan cannot be used on induction. Plus i like ceramic instead of teflon carcinogenic coating for non stick. I love Indian bread but just bake or heat in convection oven microwave on plate than use pans like this.


How do you manage to make roti/chapati without using a hob?

m1chau

Would that be any good for making crepes on an electric stove?



​No. Crepes need a flat surfaced pan. These are dished, so your crepe would be thicker towards the middle.

Tefal do a great crepe pan aswell.

sam_of_london

Aluminium pan cannot be used on induction. Plus i like ceramic instead … Aluminium pan cannot be used on induction. Plus i like ceramic instead of teflon carcinogenic coating for non stick. I love Indian bread but just bake or heat in convection oven microwave on plate than use pans like this.



Not sure how you can make Chapatti in a microwave??

shareef

Not sure how you can make Chapatti in a microwave??



They said 'convection oven microwave'. That's a microwave that also has an oven setting. Can be used like a normal oven with metal trays etc.

montana78

I keep hearing that non sticl can give you … I keep hearing that non sticl can give you cancer.http://www.biggreenpurse.com/non-stick-cookware-alternatives-that-wont-give-you-cancer/



Practically everything man made gives you some form of cancer, it's the great equaliser. In this case I think it's the cheap coating flaking off the surface that is the problem.

You can buy chapti pans from asian stores probably for around the same price.

Non-stick coatings are all variants of PTFE. Inert and perfectly safe if used as instructed. But heat the pan above ~240oC and the coatings can vapourise (google teflon pneumonia/polymer fume fever), burn, or peel off and that isn't good for you. Swings and roundabouts. I like to saute vegetables, brown off mince, cook sauces etc. in teflon pans, but avoid them for very-high heat applications such as searing a steak or getting bacon really crispy. I wouldn't use one of of these for chapatis as they are cooked very quickly over a hot flame (at least, I do them like this to get the brown spots on them, perhaps I am doing it wrong?). But if you're careful with it and don't let it get smoking hot it shouldn't be an issue.

Good price OP. Not too dissimilar in price to places like Siras or Quality Foods in Southall and Hayes. M_z hit the nail on the head, the iron ones are the best, they also hold heat for longer.
Edited by: "IndyS" 9th Jan

Desi thread.

I like it.

joedastudd

How do you manage to make roti/chapati without using a hob?



I just roast frozen Indian bread made in India, in the combination microwave or oven. I have not got time to clean the mess ​ created by making Indian bread. But the Indian bread made in Asia is made of whole wheat flour, the ones made in UK are made of bleached dead white Flour without any fibre or nutrients. So prefer those made abroad.

sam_of_london

I just roast frozen Indian bread made in India, in the combination … I just roast frozen Indian bread made in India, in the combination microwave or oven. I have not got time to clean the mess ​ created by making Indian bread. But the Indian bread made in Asia is made of whole wheat flour, the ones made in UK are made of bleached dead white Flour without any fibre or nutrients. So prefer those made abroad.



The reason why people would want to buy a chapati pan is to make it from scratch and not for the purpose of heating premade stuff so why are you speaking of baking/roasting frozen bread? It would be like going onto a pizza maker thread and talking about how you use your oven to make frozen pizza...

you_gotta_be_kidding

get stone or hard anodized if you care about your health. these non stick … get stone or hard anodized if you care about your health. these non stick coatings are not good for you



For many years I used non-stick pans.
Each pan would last 3-6 months, then start peeling. Black bits in the food was not good. And if you burn them, they can peel on the very first use.

About 1 year ago, I bought some stainless steel pans, very heavy, good quality and they are still like new, today. I expect them to last at least 15 years.

Not good for dosas. But good deal

Anyone got a link to a cast iron Or anodised one?

because you need a special pan for chapatis. Western nonsense.

Good deal, but won't work on Induction

Chapati with a homemade chicken curry, mmm, what a combination!

Showing £14.99 for me :-(

My bad, didn't click on the more options

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wmiott

Showing £14.99 for me :-(



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Loubou

They said 'convection oven microwave'. That's a microwave that also has … They said 'convection oven microwave'. That's a microwave that also has an oven setting. Can be used like a normal oven with metal trays etc.



I knew that. I don't see how you can cook a chapatti in a microwave oven. And I assumed he was talking about reheating ready made, which he indeed was.

amzzzzyyyy

When you make couple of chappati on hard anodised does it not start … When you make couple of chappati on hard anodised does it not start letting some smoke off



I use cast iron flat plate. Have been eating off it most of my life minus few years when we got enticed into non-stick which we loved until we heard what teflon or other cariogenic non stick material does to you.
So although there is a bit of smoke emitted on iron plate as long as I don't allow it to burn i.e. have bits burnt patches I will be ok with the smoking chapatis as oppose to the cariogenic materials.

Having said that every one who has informed choice it is up to the individual which one they choose to use....
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