Hey everyone - my roommate and I trying making new foods at home, but we want to stay healthy doing it. My question is whether it's a good idea to use a crepe pan to heat up/cook rotis (south asian flat bread). The crepe pan in question is this one: http://www.amazon.com/Paderno-World-C...
Sorry for being clueless, but would the crepe pan need to be seasoned in order to cook thin roti dough?
Also, is it healthy to use unseasoned blue carbon steel crepe pans? Will the pan rust quicker if used unseasoned?
I would also appreciate recommendations regarding cookware for cooking flatbread, but please don't include nonstick, teflon etc. options. Thanks :)
Updated 2 years ago | 14
Updated 1 year ago | 77
Updated 1 year ago | 7
Updated 2 years ago | 17
Updated 1 year ago | 6