Double Burner Griddle
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Griddle us this.
Make no mistake—this double-burner version of our best-selling Steel Griddle and Mini Griddle is not for the faint of heart or kitchen. It weighs in at a whoppin’ 23 pounds, and can make a home of two burners on your stove to tackle everything from ribeyes for a dinner party to enough pancakes to feed a small army. It's perfect for high-temperature searing and works on gas and electric stovetops, grills, and induction, as well as the oven. It comes pre-seasoned—crack a few eggs, drop a few slices of bacon, and butter up some toast and get it all on the griddle for a full-on lumberjack’s breakfast; or griddle burger patties and toast buns while simultaneously sautéeing onions for topping. The possibilities are endless!
Photography by Ty Mecham & Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
20" L x 11.5" W x 0.38" thick, weighs 23 pounds
Care & Notes -
Do not touch Baking Steel while in use, as it can become very hot. Please allow Baking Steel to cool down over several hours or overnight before touching after use.
It is important to keep your steel oiled. Season it every few uses. To season, add a quarter size drop of oil onto the smooth side of the griddle, wipe it across the surface and turn your burners on medium. Once the surface of the Griddle has absorbed the oil and dried, you can turn off your burners.
After every use, wash with soap and water, then dry thoroughly. Your griddle will develop a patina over time. For more on how to clean and care for your steel, please watch this video.
Meet the Maker
Andris Lagsdin spends his days working for a family-owned manufacturing company, Stoughton Steel, but his real passion is pizza. He puts a lot of thought into creating the perfect crust, so when he saw that a piece in Nathan Myhrvold's Modernist Cuisine recommended steel as the ideal tool for pizza crust, his inspiration for Baking Steel was born.View Full Profile
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