A larger pan which is perfect for cooking Tamagoyaki, a type of Japanese omelette, popular for breakfast, put in a bento box for lunch or used as a filling in sushi.
It's made by rolling together several layers of fried beaten eggs and is often prepared in a rectangular omelette pan called a makiyakinabe or tamagoyaki. The word "tamago" means egg in Japanese, and the word "yaki" means to be cooked over direct heat.
These Japanese omelettes became popular in the 1950s, as more farmers began breeding chicken and people looked to incorporate more protein into their diet.
Dimensions: 19 x 13 x 3cm (including handle 34cm)
Suitable for gas and induction hobs.