TECHEF Specialty Omelette Pan

Last updated date: September 12, 2019

DWYM Score
9.0

TECHEF Specialty Omelette Pan

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Overall Take

In our analysis of 161 expert reviews, the TECHEF TECHEF Specialty Omelette Pan placed 6th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note October 16, 2019:
Checkout The Best Omelette Pan for a detailed review of all the top omelette pans.

Expert Summarized Score
8.9
18 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
9.2
481 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
It comes with a two-sided feature allowing you to flip foods without having to turn them. This means that the cover also acts as a pan depending on where it is facing making it versatile.
- All Top Guide
Non-sticky Teflon coated inner surface helps to make smooth omelets and also makes the pan easy to clean.
- Food Shark Marfa
Unique compartmentalized cooking area and hinge design make for easy food preparation.
- Prince La
The coating is a rich purple making it a little different from other cookware out there.
- Two Kitchen Junkies
May 29, 2019 | Full review
It’s easy to use and makes it easy to cook up a great omelette.
- Mom Dot
What makes this pan stand out is not only the unusual shape but also the stainless steel double-riveted stay-cool handles which provide the pan with unmatched strength and durability.
- Noble Rate
The design of this pan is excellent allowing it to make some of the most sumptuous Italian omelets to leave you licking your fingers. It is easy to use and features double riveted handles that help you while the handles are cool.
- Best 10 Choices
The folding lid makes it easy for omelet “amateurs” to cook.
- Kitchen Byte
Its handle is made of riveted stainless steel that remains cool and durable even after staying on stove top for long time. The interesting part is the purple color that makes this pan looks outstanding from other kitchen utensils.
- The Z8
The stainless steel handles are quite solid and provide a good hold to the pan. It features a cool-to-touch surface for extra safety and comes in a vibrant purple color
- All Top Ten Reviews
Its folding design will trap heat inside, making sure that frittatas cook evenly and come out perfectly fluffy.
- Wiki EZ Vid
They offer lifetime warranty.
- Top Rated Kitchen
Folds up in moments.
- Kitchen Apparatus
Double-riveted stay-cool handles for strength and durability. The specially-designed handles remain cool on the stovetop.
- Richard's Pantry
Stainless steel handles are double riveted to stay cool and enhance durability and strength. The brushed handles will always remain cool on the oven.
- Canny Buyer Reviews
Stainless steel handles – double-riveted stay-cool handle for strength and durability.
- Prestbest
This specialty skillet is a unique two-sided pan which allows you to easily flip omelettes, pancakes, and sandwiches.
- Slum Village
Apart from its durability, the TECHEF Frittata and Omelette pan promises a PFOA free coating to give you a healthier cooking solution at an affordable price.
- The Wise Spoon
What experts didn't like
If you want to make a traditional round omelet or a Japanese style rectangular omelet, this is not the ideal pan because the compartments are semi-circles.
- Food Shark Marfa
Though it is treated with a non-stick coating, it often still needs help from butter or oil to release cooked food properly.
- Prince La
We find this to be a little bit “gadgety”. This is good for making a basic omelette but if you want to try anything a little fancier this is not what you should be getting.
- Two Kitchen Junkies
May 29, 2019 | Full review
The omelette was a bit on the thicker side. Only way to adjust is by adding or subtracting egg amount.
- Mom Dot
However, despite the non-stick surface it is impossible to cook an omelet without at least a drop or two of oil. Although I’m satisfied with the larger shaped, the smaller one does get heated quite fast. My boys complained that the uncooked egg leaked onto the stove top when they folded the lid.
- Kitchen Byte
No clear instructions.
- All Top Ten Reviews
This pan is NOT suitable for induction cooking.
- Top Rated Kitchen
Does not work well with induction worktops.
- Kitchen Apparatus
The hinge might be bent, leading the hinge bolt to fall out while using the pan, which causes hot eggs to spill out onto the stove.
- Richard's Pantry
The price tag may make you cry.
- Prestbest

From The Manufacturer

TECHEF offers non-stick and durable cookware which makes cooking healthy food for a healthy family easy, fun and environmentally safe. Coated with Teflon select - color collection add lifestyle: new colors for Teflon nonstick coating systems turn cookware into lifestyle accessories. Safe new Teflon coating (no PFOA) the non-stick coatings without PFOA on TECHEF products are affirmed safe for cooking by regulatory agencies worldwide, including the European food safety Authority, French food safety Agency (ANSES), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the U.S. Environmental protection Agency (EPA). specialty skillet an unique two sided pan allows for easy flipping of omelets, sandwiches, and pancakes warranty TECHEF cookware is warranted to be free of defects in material and workmanship under normal house hold cooking use from the date of original purchase throughout the original purchaser's lifetime. This limited warranty does not apply to damage caused by accident, misuse, or use not in accordance with the Product care instructions.

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An Overview On Omelette Pans

When you’re craving a classic American breakfast, you can’t do much better than an omelet. The mighty omelet is a customizable eggy favorite for any day of the week. But your omelets can wind up limp and deflated without the perfect omelette pan.

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Omelette pans, or sauté pans, are shallow stovetop pans that heat up quickly and evenly. Many home cooks prefer to use non-stick sauté pans. The slick surface makes it easier to flip your omelet, and non-stick pans rinse clean in seconds.

“Non-stick pans are, for my money, one of the most important inventions of the 20th century,” says our resident kitchen expert Julie Chernoff, member of Les Dames d’Escoffier, dining editor of Better magazine and food journalist. “That said, not all non-stick pans are created equal. You’re looking for a well-balanced pan; it should be solid, with a heavy stainless steel or copper base for even heating, but should not be so heavy you can’t pick it up with one hand.”

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If you’re using a stainless steel pan, you’ll have to add a little oil.

“The sides should be gently sloped, which makes it easier to get a spatula around the sides,” Chernoff advises. “Only wood, plastic or silicone utensils should be used on the surface to avoid scraping or damaging the non-stick surface.”

Cast iron pans aren’t recommended for making omelets; they’re better for slow cooking, braising and stewing hearty foods.

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Eco-friendly stone earth pans are another option for cooks who want the benefits of a non-stick pan without the chemicals in the non-stick coating. These pans are covered in a stone-derived coating that resists scratching. The stone earth doesn’t use any controversial chemicals that you might find in other non-stick pans. 

The best omelette pans have flat, wide bottoms for conducting heat evenly. Good pans also have long handles that don’t conduct heat to keep your hands and skin safe. Some pans come with silicone handle covers for extra grip and added safety; if you’re looking to make fritattas or other dishes that get finished in the oven, make sure your handle is metal or silicone only.

Heavier pans made from tough metals will last longer. If the surface of your pan is damaged, consider replacing it immediately.

Now that you know your omelette pan basics, check out our Tips & Advice for more tidbits.

DWYM Fun Fact

The eggs in your omelets are the most versatile, affordable and nutritious ingredients in your kitchen. There’s a lot you can learn about your eggs simply by looking at them. If you’re eating a brown egg, the color tells you that it came from a larger, heavier breed of chicken. Does your egg have a very thin shell? That means it was laid by an older hen. Eggs from young hens have thick shells. 

If the eggs you bought this week have a darker yellow or orange yolk compared to your last grocery trip, that means they have higher levels of cancer-fighting antioxidants. The shade is determined by your hen’s diet, and hens eating on a free-range eat more nutrient-dense foods.

If you can’t remember how long ago you bought your eggs, dunk one in a glass of water. Older eggs have more air beneath the shell, so they’ll float. Fresh eggs will sink to the bottom. 

The Omelette Pan Buying Guide

  • Omelette pans come in an array of sizes. The right size for you will depend on the size of your cooktop, the size of the omelettes you want to make and the amount of storage space you have. Smaller pans are about eight inches in diameter, while larger pans can run up to 14 inches in diameter.
  • If you have a dorm-sized oven or limited storage space, you’ll want to go for eight-inch pans. If you have a standard-size oven and a large kitchen, you can buy whatever size you’d like.
  • Omelettes don’t need to be finished with a few minutes in the oven, but hundreds of other dishes do. Many non-stick omelette pans are oven-safe up to a certain temperature. Check the instructions on the packaging and your pan’s temperature rating before you toss it in the oven. You’ll also want to make sure that there’s no plastic anywhere in the pan, especially in the handle. 
  • You can create incredible breakfasts for years if you properly care for and store your omelette pan. In general, stainless steel cookware is dishwasher safe. Aluminum cookware and non-stick pans are not. Hot temperatures from the dishwasher can even cause cracks or chips in a non-stick coating. 
  • To clean non-stick or aluminum omelette pans, take them off the burner and let them cool down. Once they’ve reached room temperature, you can wipe the pan down with dish liquid and a no-scratch sponge. Let the pan air-dry.
  • The way you store non-stick omelette pans affects their longevity. You don’t want to stack other pans or cookware on top of the non-stick pan; this can damage the coating. Storing it on its side or hanging it from a hook will help maintain the non-stick coating.