304 North Cardinal St.
Dorchester Center, MA 02124
304 North Cardinal St.
Dorchester Center, MA 02124
Add functionality to your grill with a double-sided griddle. One side is a flat top & other features grates for varying types of cooking. Made of heavy duty cast iron for lasting endurance. This griddle is designed for Genesis 300 series gas grills & is easy to place & remove for any occasion.
The griddle can be used with any Weber grill, and also fits seamlessly and securely into the Gourmet BBQ System cooking grates (sold separately).
On a charcoal grill, you need to make sure that the griddle you get allows for sufficient airflow. It should not fit the grill surface too closely or the fire will be starved of oxygen due to low airflow. Otherwise, you can use a griddle on a charcoal grill as easily as you would a gas grill.
Yes! A griddle is a great tool to use on a gas grill because it gives you a flat, solid surface atop the grill, so food does not fall through the grate. Griddles distribute heat evenly, so you can disperse that heat from the grill across the entire surface to avoid hot-spots that char your food.
Our grates do not require any seasoning or re-seasoning prior to use. The grates have a porcelain enamel coating on them that takes away the need for seasoning. Before using grates for the first time, we just recommend preheating the grill and brushing the grates with a bristle brush and you are good to go.
Cast iron works on the grill just like it does on your kitchen’s stovetop: Place it directly on your grill’s grates and let it get ripping hot.
While grills let fat drip down through the grates, sapping moisture from the meat, griddles fry patties in their own juices. … Griddles are also arguably safer to use than grills, since there’s no risk of being singed by open flames.
A griddle is heated from below with straight heating elements that run the length of the griddle, whereas a flat top has multiple round heat elements. It’s basically an ordinary range top with individual burners and a continuous flat cooking surface over the burners.
Equipment Review Flat-Top Grills With large, smooth cooking surfaces, these aren’t your typical grills: They’re good for searing burgers, cooking pancakes, and even frying bacon.
A grill griddle is best suited for BBQ meats, seafood, and vegetables. The ridged surface of grill griddles makes them perfect for high-heat cooking and gives your meat and veggies that lovely seared look and taste. They’re usually large and often used outdoors over open fires as a BBQ griddle plate.
The Flat Top is designed to handle temperatures up to 600 degrees without damage. However, torture testing has shown that a regular electric coil stove set to full power can heat the Flat Top to an insane 900 degrees.
Yes, you can, and I have done this for clients. You’ll want to make sure of a few things first: if your built-in grill has folding sides to act as a work surface you’ll probably want to remove them. Leaving them on, even folded down, causes some big unsightly gaps between the grill and the surround.
Steak cooked on a cast iron griddle. Both have their advantages. Grilled streaks have that smoky or char flavor and it’s hard not to eat with your eyes first when you see nice cross hatch marks. … Pan seared steaks have an even Malliard browned crust across most of the steak surface, bringing more flavor to the steak.
The difference is obvious. Griddles have smooth, flat surfaces. Grills have distinctively raised ridges if it is a solid plate, or bars with openings in between allowing food to cook directly over the heat source. … Grilling uses higher temperatures than griddle cooking.
TLDR: Yes! An outdoor griddle is definitely worth it. Between cooking surface real-estate, heat zones, and versatility of food options, an outdoor griddle is worth your time and money as it delivers excellent value to the backyard chef.
A: Congratulations on the new grill! Yes we suggest preheating the grill for 20 minutes before the first use. This should burn off any packing material or oil. Then throw your food on the grill and you are good to go.
Traditional BBQ foods like burgers, steak, hot dogs, and chicken will all cook perfectly well on a griddle.
A griddle is mostly used outdoors for cooking traditional barbecue foods, such as steak, chicken, sausages, and burgers. Unlike a skillet, it grills food properly and leaves a smoky flavor. Also, it can cook food at higher temperatures to improve the taste.
Use a preheated cast-iron skillet. Cast iron is the best method for cooking a burger, a steak, shoot… anything you want to sear the bejesus out of.
Cast iron has a high melting point (2060-2200F), making it excellent for campfire cooking and high-heat searing. Its superior heat retention also makes it a good choice for frying and long-cooked dishes like stews and braises. And it works on induction burners and can go from stovetop to oven.
Answer: Griddles are not healthier than a grill, simply because of the device itself. On the contrary, grills might actually be a bit healthier than griddles just because a lot of the fats and oils drip off the food you are cooking through the grill grates, but not by much.