non-stick omlette pan?
OK this may sound like a real stupid question... But why would anyone buy a non-stick omlette pan? I use a fork when making my omlette.. isn't using metal utencils a no-no for non-stick pans??
A good non-stick omelet pan needs no tools other than maybe a high heat (silicone) "batter style" spatula to help round out the egg blend or deflate the omelet as it cooks. I can directly lay the finished omelet and heated ingredients into the plate, rolling over the top half, right out of the skillet. All in a one handed motion, second hand can be holding the plate.
Even basic shell cracked eggs, once I learned the technique, I can forward - thrust - flip the eggs and cook as per request, then lay the eggs right on the plate.
(Lots here is easier to do than explain)
Perhaps you need to watch a good Denny's cook do this. Just be careful and do not get any new employees or amateurs.
BTW- A small, but ample amount of oil or butter is a must as eggs tend to stick by drying out to fast in any so called non-stick surface. Avoid cooking sprays.
My Sitram Cybernox non-stick non-teflon fry pan is great. It's the best non-teflon fry pan out there. The stainless-like surface is virtually indestructible and will not get damaged by metal spoons and forks. Love my Swiss Diamond non-stick as well. Also use cast iron fry pans. I'm trying to stay away from teflon coated cookware.