Why do people call these pans? It's just confusing.
>The shape isn't the distinguishing feature, it's the handle
Hey check out this weird pan
>Pots usually have two small handles located on opposite sides of the pot
None of my pots have handles of either sort.
that pan is full of holes
is it a golf course pan or a high school girls' track team pan?
Come to think of it, most of my pans don't either
What the fuck ...
No. Just no.
No way in hell that would be useful ever. Different heat for everything cooked.
Try scrambling that many eggs in that tiny spot. Cooking more than one egg at a time? Forget it.
Like Jesus Christ, that's as terrible invention. Just use more than one skillet/pan/pot/whatever.
It's a bread pan.
"A Tin" is a box or can made of tin.
Yes, it's a pan for sauces.
>Pronouncing it as "sawspan"
according to a random internet post: if the height of the pan is more than 1/3 of the radius of the bottom, it's a pot
>rest of the world
Literally no one on the face of the earth says "bread tin" for bread pan.
Bread tins were tin boxes in which bread was packaged and sold, or else a tin breadbox for keeping bread from going stale or getting eaten by mice.
It's the type of handle, not the number.