Add To Cart: This Cute Frying Pan Has A Detachable Handle!

From the stove, straight to the dining table!

IMAGE Sodam Singapore
ILLUSTRATOR Bea Faicol

Keeping the kitchen tidy isn't always the easiest task. When it comes to storing pots and pans, ideally your cookware shouldn't take up a lot of your kitchen space especially if you have limited space to begin with. If space is a major concern of yours, you'll want to add these gorgeous Modori pots and pans from South Korean brand Sodam to your online shopping cart.

Photo by Sodam Singapore
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The Modori cookware collection is known for having a detachable multi-handle so you can easily switch pans while cooking and you can serve from the stove or oven straight to the dining table (with a potholder underneath, of course). No additional dishes to wash! 

Photo by Sodam Singapore
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The pots and pans are made of 98% pure aluminum alloy, natural mineral sand ceramic composition. You can use these on gas stoves, induction stoves, IH cookers, black ceramic cookers, and ovens (as long as it doesn't exceed the temperature of 300°C).

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The entire collection includes the detachable multi-functional handle, an 18-centimeter cooking pot, an 18-centimeter pot lid, a 22-centimeter cooking pot, and a 24-centimeter frying pan. A glass lid for the 22-centimeter pot is sold separately.

Photo by Sodam Singapore

This style of cookware is ideal for space-saving since you can stack the pots and pans like bowls without having to take into account the usually long handles. The added charm of the Modori set is that it actually looks super cute!

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If you want to buy the whole collection, you can buy it from Shopee for P10,200 or Lazada for P12,930.

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