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Women S Wide Scoop Neck Bralette Auden Green L
Freshen up your everyday intimates with the Square-Neck Bralette from Auden™. With a classic bralette shape and pullover design this is a perfect layering piece for casual tops and tanks. Composed of a light nylon blend fabric the construction offers a barely there feel for total comfort and you’ll love the sleek design of a square neckline thin over-the-shoulder straps and a plain back. You can find the right fit with the help of adjustable sliders on the straps and an unlined cup rounds out the piece for support that maintains a natural comfortable shape. Color: Green. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid.
VC Pro "cool": I got this as one of the 4-for-3 promotion. And it works great. The aebleskivers came out very well, perfectly shaped. Anyway, I did not make aebleskivers with it !! Instead, there is a savory, spicy version of it in Indian cuisine called "Kuzhi Paniyaaram". When I was searching for one such pan, this pan was looking identical that we used to use back in India !!That was when I learnt about Aebleskiver - a Danish delicacy. Anyway, I might try that after I get a good aebleskiver mix. Also, there is the Japanese version Takoyaki, Thai version Kanom Krok etc. That's all the part of learning.As for the Pan, it sits pretty well on my electric-coil range. Heats evenly and the best thing is there is no toiling with turning the aebleskivers. Just a pair of plastic / silicone forks will do. No sticking and all. Yes, you can also use bamboo skewers. But I prefer forks since they are re-usable.Try not to use any metal utensil on this pan. That said, the only disadvantage of this pan is you cannot use high heat. Only medium heat. But that's an advantage in disguise, I'd say. Since, you get great tasting aebleskivers every time instead of very brown or burnt ones.I was a bit worried about getting the one with wooden handle like the previous reviewers said. But no, I got the same one in the photo - black insulated handle. And thanks AMAZON for delivering it on time a week before the estimated delivery date .....KEEP IT UP....
Vivian Rambusek "BRambusek": Ordered this for our gourmet chef daughter. She has used it and it works as advertised. I've tasted some of the stuffed pancakes and you certainly won't hear any complaints from me.
wann: The first few times I used this pan, everything cleaned up easily. There were no scratches in the coating, it looked essentially new. When cooking, I sometimes use spray oils to coat the wells, and some of the oil gets sprayed to the top surface of the pan where no batter ever really comes in contact with. After cooking for several minutes dealing with batter in the wells, and letting that oil sit untouched on top, it cooked itself into the surface where I couldn't clean it off no matter how much scrubbing I do. I even went so far as to use heavy duty cleaner on the surface of the pan leaving it overnight to see if I could get the cooked-in grease off, but it's in there to stay. The pan still works, but it's very unattractive, and more and more cooked-in grease continues to build up so the surface is now "bumpy". The only way to prevent this is to not let any oil get splashed up on top where the batter isn't placed, but that isn't really practical and I'd rather have a pan that didn't have to be babied to stay clean. I'll probably end up tossing this pan.
Amazon Customer "Mummy": Initially a bit hesistant to buy because I was not familiar with the brand. Saw another brand but the base was thin. Then I decided to try it cos there was an offer. Used it and it was great. The weight was not too heavy, it was truly non stick but I am very cautious using only medium heat. I used high heat and damaged my WMF non stick pan. The surface turned a bit brown. So with this one, I used Medium. Worked very well. My husband and kids love the pancake. Highly recommended. Easy to wash too.
Amazon Customer "tech book junkie": I've avoided gimicky pans like this in the past, but was given this for Christmas for my 2yo. I gave it a try and it was completely worthless. The designs barely show on the pancakes. They are positioned closely together so it's very difficult to turn them. I'm not sure what kind of tool is best for flipping these pancakes, but I tried a spatula, a silicone scraper and tongs and none of them worked well - it's hard to get a grip on the pancakes since they are sunken into the pan, so I couldn't turn them without smashing one side. The design comes out pretty much invisible on the second side anyway. I tried flipping them onto a regular flat griddle for the second side, but I don't see the point in dirtying 2 pans for a picture that barely shows on the pancake. Also the pan doesn't cook very evenly, it burns easily. It also has to be oiled for every batch, which makes for ugly spotty pancakes. Staying with my trusty flat nonstick griddle for perfect pancakes, tyvm!Some reviewers mentioned having a hard time getting the right amount of batter - I used a 2T portioning scoop (the directions suggest 2T of batter) and it was fine.