The Over EZ Omelette pan uses a non-stick ceramic pan coated with strong titanium to make the ideal cooking tool. It is designed to help make omelets with ease, pizzas, quesadillas, and other sweet breakfast foods without leaving a mess or sticking to the bottom of the pan. This product has a traditional plastic handle which consumers use to flip one side of the pan over, directly on top of the other side. A two-sectioned pan design is what keeps the omelet shape and ensures fluffier eggs on top of your breakfast fillings.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Omelette Pan is $14.99 plus $6.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows a free gift which you will receive by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.95 for a total price of $28.89.
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- Scratch Free
The outer coating is non-scratch which means metal forks or knives can be used on it to whisk eggs, mix toppings, or anything else without scratching the bottom or sides. Metal cooking utensils like egg beaters can also be used inside of the pan to beat the eggs which alleviates the need to use another bowl to mix them before adding them to the pan.
- No Butter or Oil
Due to its sliding design, foods slips right out when done cooking. This alleviates the need for oil or butter to be melted onto a pan first, which is theory makes everything you eat healthier.
- Chemical Free
It does not have any unhealthy or toxic plastics or chemicals in it.
- Oven Safe
You can put the pan in the oven up to 500 degrees, which means you can bake things in it too.
- Dishwasher Safe
It is safe to put in the dishwasher after use without compromising the material.
- Easier Omelets
For anyone who struggles to flip one side of their omelet in a traditional pan, this particular design is an ideal solution insofar as it can make the ideal omelet shape with ease. The size and shape are intended for thick or thin omelets, in addition to other thick foods like waffles.
- Makes Other Foods
It can be used to make more than just the omelet for which it was designed, which is good. Had this tool only made one food item it might not be worth the cost. If it can be used for a variety of foods, then it becomes a more useful everyday kitchen tool which makes it worth the money.
- Easier to Clean up
If you are prone to spills or egg splashing over the edge of the pan when you cook, then this tool will keep your kitchen cleaner. The two panel design with its increased thickness can keep most splashes or spills contained. When flipping it over, one side simply sits on top of the other to make for an even easier clean up.
- Useful Bonus Gifts
When you order, you receive a poacher and slider attachment both of which fit snugly inside of the pan, allowing users to make poached eggs or sliders. Again, this increases the versatility and makes it more worth the cost.
- Not Really Nonstick
The commercial claims that nothing can stick to the bottom, but as consumers probably know, there is no such thing as a 100% non-stick pan. Even in the video they burn a slice of cheese to the bottom of one side, and then scratch it off to show you how easily it is removed. When the cheese is scratched off and flipped over to the other part of the pan, there remains some residue on the side where the cheese was burned, clearly indicative of the potential for sticking.
- Not a Traditional Omelet
Be cautious insofar as it really isn’t an omelet in the traditional sense. People often think of omelets as a breakfast layer of egg stuffed with goodies. This design does not actually cover all of the things you are cooking inside your omelet, but instead, makes a sort of scramble, just layering two egg patties on top of one another. Now, this does not necessarily mean the taste is compromised, but it just means that you are not making a traditional omelet, and that is something consumers need to understand.