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Small Japanese cast iron pan with wooden handle, NABE

  • made in Japan

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Small Japanese cast iron pan with wooden handle, NABE
 

108,00 € tax incl.

Data Sheet

Height9 cm
Width41.5 cm
Length24 cm
CompositionCast Iron
Product originmade in Japan
Production regionMorioka - Iwate Prefecture

Description

Small Japanese cast iron pan with wooden handle, NABE, made in Japan

Cast iron pot, widely used in Japanese cuisine for fondue, shabu shabu, sukiyaki, udon, rice cooking, etc.

>> Gas and Induction Cooking <<

How to use and maintain the pot:

> IWACHU NABE for cooking in oil
- First use a strong flame to heat a small amount of oil.
- Wipe off the oil before cooking.
- Clean the NABE with hot water and dry it after cooking.
- Put a small amount of oil after it is dry.
- Spread edible oil on the pot to form a light protective film. Store in a dry place.

! Do not leave water in the NABE and do not expose it to salt!

> IWACHU NABE for cooking without oil
- Clean the NABE with hot water before and after cooking.
- Wipe it with a dry cloth and keep it once completely dry.
- Spread edible oil on the pot to form a light protective film. Store in a dry place.

! Do not leave water in the NABE and do not expose it to salt!

Precautions for use:
This item can be used with H200V and gas.

During use, please increase the temperature little by little. Products such as iron, cast iron, bend or can be deformed during sudden temperature increases.

Do not increase the oil temperature above 200 ° C, do not cover the oil, there is a risk of fire when the oil temperature is abnormally high.
With a small amount of oil the ideal heating point is reached in 30 seconds.

 

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