Care Instructions: Like all carbon steel pans, Yamada Frying Pans can rust. To prevent this, season them properly, avoid soaking them and dry them well after washing. The manufacturer has given them a rust-proof coating. This coating can be removed by placing your pan in the oven and warming to 400 degrees. It will take about 1 hour to burn off, so ventilate well. After the seasoning is removed, scrub them well and season them as per a standard carbon steel pan. Instructions are in the attached care-letter that comes with the pan or readour seasons and care guide here.
For Glasstop stove owners: Due to the inconsistent heat produced by glass top stoves, carbon steel pans can warp with extreme heat. These can be used on glass, but heat them slowly and only season them in the oven, not on the stove.
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5 star rating
Fantastic pan that will last a lifetime
Review by Tarek C. on 27 Nov 2019review stating Fantastic pan that will last a lifetime
I’m veeeeeery happy with this pan. The craftsmanship is just excellent, from the shape and the rivets to the insignia on the handle. It’s very well built and honestly, it will last a lifetime and age finely with proper care.
I put it in the oven at 400f for about an hour to burn off the coating from the factory (thanks Francis for the tips) seasoned it, and made fried rice in it that night.
It was extremely effective right from the start. Now I use it for everything, from searing fish and steaks to stir-fries and quickfire/high heat applications.
If you’re thinking about buying this pan, do yourself a favour and just get it. It’s worth every penny.
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Review by Colin C. on 21 Mar 2020review stating Beautiful pan
Way lighter than my de buyer mineral B carbon steel pans, thinner, great heat distribution and retention and a pleasure to handle/hold. The lightness offer way more versatility! Takes a few passes to season and definitely do the 400F in the oven for an hour thing. Make sure the oil layer is VERY thin, otherwise it'll blotch/have oil bubbles.
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