Published at Friday, July 06th, 2018 - 00:13:22 AM. Cooking Pan. By Zdzislawa.
Excerpt from Pots and Pans - Bring Them On :
An OMELET PAN is pretty much the same as a frying pan. Omelets can be made in one of several types of pans. Traditionally, an omelet pan has low curved edges. The bottom has a wide diameter to assure the omelet will be able to be flipped over easily; a nonstick surface eases the actual act of folding the omelet over. If the pan has a metal handle it can be used in the broiler, as well. There is another version of the pan that consists of two half rounds, hinged in the middle. Each portion of the pan is filled with the omelet mixture and then the various fillings - cheese, mushrooms, broccoli, onions, sausage, olives, etc. - are gently dropped onto one or both sides. When the omelet is cooked, fold one half of the pan over so that the two halves join together and ta da! your omelet is ready to be admired and eaten.
Remember the joy and sheer glee you felt as a toddler when Mom allowed you access to the cupboard with all those lovely, shiny and oh-so-noisy pots and pans? They gave you such a sense of freedom, from banging the pots, making uproarious sounds that were music to your ears to imitating Mom cooking, stirring and pouring your make-believe food from one container to another. You simply could not decide if you wanted to be a heavy metal musician or a chef from the Cordon Bleu. Such memories...
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