Food52 x Staub Steam Griddle with Glass Lid
A multi-use wonder, this steam griddle packs a punch in your kitchen with an easy versatility that lets you do everything from baking pizzas at home to cooking up a big brunch feast. Its design is doubly convenient: Cast iron for searing, superior browning and easy food release (plus, did we mention its enameled surface requires no seasoning?); and then here comes the power of steam—pour in a little broth, wine or water and pop on the domed glass lid to gently cook veggies or fish without excess oil. (For a sample of this technique, look no further than Julia Turshen’s genius fried egg method). Since this pan is roomy (hello, griddle bottom!) with plenty of overhead space (thanks to that domed lid), you can easily cook up everything from pancakes to pork chops or anything you'd like.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Julia Gartland
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