14 holes Cast Iron Japanese Takoyaki Maker
|21*17*2.5cm(handle length:18.5cm,Aperture:4.5cm), Other sizes can be customized
|Chainmail scrubber, Silicone handle holder, and Scrapper can be available
About the Cast Iron Takoyaki Maker
Make your own delicious takoyaki at home by using this Japanese Cast Iron Takoyaki Maker. It has a preseasoned coating that keeps foods from sticking on the Takoyaki pan, making it easy to cook takoyaki and other dishes. Cast iron holds heat so well, making the food taste delicious. Once a cast iron pan is hot, it will retain heat more effectively than stainless steel. The takoyaki maker has a wooden handle designed to be heat resistant, allowing you to move the pan with ease the pan includes 7 holes, 14 holes, and 16 holes. It is compatible with gas stoves and designed with grooves on the bottom that fit into the stove trivet, ensuring safety during cooking.
Size: 1.8" diameter mold aperture, The whole pan is 8.2" in diameter, 1" in height, and the length of the handle is 7.3". Meet the size requirements on the market. If you need other sizes, you can contact us.
The advantage of the Cast Iron Takoyaki Maker
This multipurpose Takoyaki maker is made of cast iron, heavy-duty griddle delivers optimal. It's lightweight and heats up extremely fast. Ideal for enjoying delicious cooking with friends and family.
The octopus pan stores heat well making the food taste delicious. Also perfect for making perfectly even octopus balls, fish balls, meatballs, and other breakfast favorites.
Select raw high-quality iron and thicken the bottom of the pot to ensure uniform heating and strong heat storage capacity. With a long wooden handle designed to be heat resistant, allowing you to move the pan with ease.
The Takoyaki maker includes 7 holes, 14 holes, and 16 holes, which meet the size requirements on the market. We support customized mold, size, color, logo， and other customized services. If you need other sizes or customized services, you can contact us.
Easy Use & Care
Cast iron is not dishwasher safe! Wash cast iron by hand with warm water, using a nylon bristle brush and mild detergent to scrub the surface.
Use a pan scraper for stubborn food scraps, or simmer water for a few minutes to loosen hardened food. Avoid placing hot cast iron into cold water. Dry thoroughly with a lint-free cloth or paper towel.
Spray or rub a light layer of vegetable oil on the surface while the pot is still warm to maintain the seasoned surface.
Help handle and long handle cooperate with each other, for a steady secure hold.
Select raw high-quality iron and thicken the bottom of the pot to ensure uniform heating and strong heat storage capacity.
With a long wooden handle designed to be heat resistant, allowing you to move the pan with ease.