My sister gave me a Happy Call Pan which she got from Metrodeal. Don't ask me, but I'm guessing that it costs around P1000 or P999.
Since I love cooking, I was so excited to try but I never had the chance. Hubby, now a better cook than I, decided to take matters into his own hands and used the pan. And he loves it!
|Double non-stick pan|
The pan also has an extra rubber lining to ensure that the pan wouldn't leak and would be sort of pressurized. Though there is a small opening just between the hinge, where some oil leaks if you're not too fast in flipping the pan.
|non-stick pan, with extra rubber lid|
There's a magnet on the handle that keeps the lids in place, so there's no danger of the pan opening when you flip it. It's a bit heavy too - pwedeng dangerous weapon.
The only downside is that it doesn't have a manual. I don't know what it's made of, or where it's made. I heard it's a Korean product (but why is the recipe book not in the Korean language?)
Anyway, here's one ulam that Hubby cooked using the Happy Call Pan:
|Tuyo!!! (with less than a teaspoon of oil)|
Oh, before I forget, the pan comes with a recipe book... in a different language. Malaysian perhaps? Though the recipe names are in English. Geez! So that's another downside, I guess.
|the recipe book that I can't understand|
So, according to hubby, the Happy Call Pan is a good pan. It's really non-stick, it cooks faster (though a bit uneven if you don't manually flip the meat, meaning, you only flip the pan), and it can be used as a sort of a griller. It even leaves grill marks on the meat.