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  • Lodge 30.48 cm / 12 inch Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Square Griddle
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Numéro de modèleP12SG3
Poids de l'article3,3 Kg
Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)30,5 x 30,5 x 1,9 cm
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Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr13 mai 2013
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Descriptions du produit

  • Plaque
  • Avec l'aide poign-es en fonte
  • forme
  • place
  • 12 \"
  • .75 carr-\" de diam-tre
  • Longueur: 19,8
  • Largeur: 1,4
  • Hauteur: 12

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    5.0 étoiles sur 5 Still the (second) favorite after two years 30 septembre 2013
    Par S. Mason - Publié sur
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    I bought this griddle in September 2011 and waited until now to write a review because I wanted to know how it performed over a long period of time. A review written within a few weeks of purchase might not carry as much weight as a review on a product that's been in constant use for a couple of years.

    In addition to this griddle, we have several skillets, a bean pot, and Dutch ovens made of cast iron. The durability and reliability of cast iron is undisputed; however, cooking with cast iron is different than using non-stick and it sometimes takes a bit of time to understand the nuances between the two products.

    This griddle is our second favorite cookware (the first is a small cast iron skillet I've had for over 40 years) and we use it several times a week. A few mornings ago ham was on one side of the griddle, scrambled eggs were taking up half the griddle, and a few pieces of sausage were in another corner. It's great for making omelets. We'll use it to cook steaks for dinner tonight.

    I've read the reviews and it seems there's a common misconception among the lower rated reviews that the griddle is defective if food sticks to it. Although Lodge cast iron products come "pre-seasoned", it doesn't mean the cast iron products never need seasoning. All the "pre-seasoned" means is you don't have to go through that first effort of coating the cast iron with oil, salting it, and baking it in the oven for a few hours to initially seal it, and then washing it to get the salt and oil off. If you didn't go through that process, your food was black for the first several uses. I remember using my first cast iron skillet when I was a young 'un and blackened cornbread is not a pretty sight.....

    The griddle is cleaned after cooking is done. I turn the burner on low and let the griddle (skillet, etc.) warm for about a minute, lightly coat it with (solid) Crisco, turn off the burner, let the griddle cool, and then store it. I have a 40 year old cast iron skillet I still occasionally season although it no longer needs it after every use. Depending on what we're cooking, such as steaks, we might lightly oil the skillet just before we turn on the burner.

    Another cause for sticking could be the heat is too high. Cast iron products are very good at distributing heat efficiently at moderate temperatures; but, high heat disrupts that distribution by causing a hot spot on the section directly over the burnet. I use a cast iron heat diffuser under some of my metal pots that have a 'hot spot' and also with some of my bigger cast iron skillets because I want to slow the heat down even more than the lower setting on the stove.

    Cast iron is one of those things you either love it or hate it.
    25 internautes sur 26 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Griddle 2 mars 2014
    Par Astr0120 - Publié sur
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    I am a Lodge Cast Iron addict, I have slowly changed all my cooking ware from tephlon to
    Cast Iron and high quality stainless steal. I grew up using Lodge and finally am getting my own
    Lodge collection. This square pan is great, it is large, and can fit a variety of foods at one
    time for one step cooking. The corners do tend to be a little cooler but for me this is a plus.
    I can cook in the center of the griddle and use the edges to keep things warm. i can make
    a breakfast for 4 using this pan alone, it is great, I am so very pleased to have it. If you need
    a large pan for one step cooking this is your best bet. It is heavy, but as with all Lodge cookware
    the heaviness is what I value. The pan will sit firmly on the stove and not slide around. My 9 year old
    son even cooks in Lodge due to the feature of its stability on the stove, I don't have to worry about
    the griddle or skillet sliding off the stove and burning him. Bottom line, I love this griddle, I am just
    sorry that it took me so long to finally get it.
    107 internautes sur 109 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    5.0 étoiles sur 5 Just what I wanted... 19 mai 2008
    Par M. Eanes - Publié sur
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    I ordered this griddle to replace my Teflon one - trying to replace all my teflon cookware piece by piece. I'm VERY happy with it. It came pre-seasoned and ready to use, and I've used it a dozen times already; for pancakes, for quesadillas and most recently, for grilled cheese sandwiches. It does take some "getting used to". It is very heavy for one. And it takes a while to pre-heat, because you don't want to heat it up too fast. I usually start it out on low heat (around 3 or 4 on my electric range). I pre-heat for about 5 minutes. This way, the heat gets evenly distributed. If you start cooking too soon, yes, it will be unevenly heated. Once you bring it up to heat, you need to watch it to make sure it doesn't get too hot. I leave it on 3 or 4, closer to 3 for pancakes, closer to 4 for grilled cheese - and it has cooked everything perfectly. Cleans up like a professional non-stick item and is tough, tough, tough. I use my steel pizza cutter to cut through quesadillas right on the griddle before serving them - something you definitely CAN'T do on Teflon!
    Admittedly, a few drawbacks - the weight, the long time to pre-heat. But once you get used to it, you will love it just like I do.
    4.0 étoiles sur 5 Lodge Pro-Logic P12SG3 Square Griddle, 12-inch 10 mai 2016
    Par Niagara,NY - Publié sur
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    I bought the Lodge Pro-Logic Square Griddle, 12-inch for many reasons.

    I've always enjoyed cooking with cast iron products, but as I age they sure get heavy - ha.
    It is much heavier than I expected, thus the side grip handle sure is a plus.
    I was brought up on Wagner's cast iron brand, but they are hard to find today.
    Lodge does the cooking just as well and are cheaper.

    I've used the griddle cautiously on my glass stove top, my first cast iron try.
    Be sure you don't "drag" any pots / pans across a glass top stove, to prevent scratching it.
    My sister uses her cast iron cooking products all the time on her glass stove top and hasn't had any issues.

    I especially look forward to using the griddle on our outside grills.

    We hope to use it on our outside grills as often as we can.
    5.0 étoiles sur 5 BEST PAN FOR CREPES, Russian style!! Excellent quality, pre seasoned, but still needs a light seasoning, mine lasted 30 years!! 5 novembre 2016
    Par Aspiring Artist and Designer - Publié sur
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    BEST PAN FOR MAKING CREPES!!! Excellent quality and pre seasoned, but still needs a light seasoning. Mom is Russian so we make "blinchiki" which is russian for crepes. The ONLY way to make them correctly is with a cast iron skillet of good quality. This one came pre-seasoned which is great, but I still did a light season before using, which basically is a little oil and in the oven on low for 1 hour.

    NEVER wash this, also I had a pan like this one for 40 years that was ONLY used for crepes, it was my Mom's before she gave it to me, nothing else was cooked in the skillet. This will serve the same duty. My other one would have lasted forever, but left it outside and it got wet and rusty so had to throw out.
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