Kirameki Iron Frying Pan - The Cook's Edge
Kirameki Iron Frying Pan - The Cook's Edge
Kirameki Iron Frying Pan - The Cook's Edge
Kirameki Iron Frying Pan - The Cook's Edge
Kirameki Iron Frying Pan - The Cook's Edge
Kirameki Iron Frying Pan - The Cook's Edge
Kirameki Iron Frying Pan - The Cook's Edge

Kirameki 煌 Iron Frying Pan

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$35.00
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$35.00
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The Kirameki pans have a unique "magma plate" which produces fine irregularities on the surface of both the inside and the outside of the pans. These irregularities increase the surface area to improve heat conduction, allowing the pans to heat up quickly and evenly. The surface irregularities also provide the pans with exceptional non-stick qualities and do not require much oil for cooking. With the superior heat conduction, food can be cooked quickly to maintain its taste and texture as well trace amounts of iron will be transferred to the food providing additional health benefits. The more you use this pan, the less likely it is to burn. Additionally, there is a transparent silicone coating to prevent rusting of these carbon pans.

*There is a very thin layer of food grade silicon on these pans. This will slowly dissolve as you use the pan, this acts as a buffer while you build up seasoning on the surface of the pan. *NEVER USE A STEEL SCRUBBER TO CLEAN THIS PAN*

Kirameki care

Before using these pans ensure you wash in hot soapy water with a soft cloth. We then recommend heating the pan slowly over medium heat till you see a light smoke. Add a good glug (2-3 tbsp) of high heat oil like grape seed oil or canola, then swirl around in the pan for one minute on medium heat. Let the pan cool, then drain the oil and wipe all around with a paper towel, including the outside of the pan. Repeat the process two more times using new oil.

Your new pan should be ready to use. Never heat this pan over high heat, we recommend heating over medium heat, it will get hot very fast.  We like to fry an egg in ours for the first go. After you are done using the pan, always let it cool before washing. NEVER submerge a hot pan into water, this can warp and damage the pan. Always wash by hand in hot soapy water with a soft cloth, never use an abrasive like steel wool, this can ruin the seasoning on your pan.

After washing the pan, completely dry it and wipe a thin layer of oil inside for protection against oxidization.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact us at 902-370-2470, or write adam@thecooksedge.com

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Adam