A grill pan is a better option when you want to grill different types of food but also you do not have the space for having large size gas or any other grill in your kitchen. Some of the grill pans are safe to use on all types of cooking surfaces or some are restricted. While choosing the best grill pan you need to take some points into consideration such as
Griddle aluminum nonstick stovetop square grill pan is lightweight and easy to use pan. It also has a more comfortable handle which allows easy and safe handling.
It allows easy way to clean the grease easily. The pan is built in a way that it spread heat evenly and cooks food perfectly. You can cook and roast all types of food like fish, chicken, vegetables, even BBQ steaks, and burgers.
The pan is very light which gives priority over a heavy cast-iron skillet or outdoor bbq. It creates a barbeque effect and looks great.
It also includes a special cleaning cloth, gloves and a 1-year warranty.
Package Dimensions :19.45 x 11.65 x 2.76 inches
Item Weight :2.99 pounds
Manufacturer :Moss & Stone
Easy to use.
Comfortable to handle.
Safe to use.
Create a barbeque effect and look great.
1-year limited warranty.
How To Clean A Cast Iron Grill Pan:
Most of the grill pans are easy to clean but to enhance the life of the pan you need to clean it in a proper way. There are different ways to clean them, you may choose the best suitable.
1) Using soap and water:
Take a small amount of non-abrasive soap or detergent and place in the middle of your grill pan.
Use a scrubber or sponge and scrub down all surface of pan with soap and hot water.
Rinse the pan with hot water.
With a sponge scrub around the pan with soap.
Rinse off soap residue if any.
2) Using Salt and hot water:
Pour off any excess grease with a paper towel.
Make a paste of hot water and salt and add to the pan surface. Spread it out across the pan using a scrubber brush.
Then scrub down the pan using a nylon brush. You can add more salt if your pan is dirtier.
At last, rinse the salt out of the pan using hot water and dry it.
3) Using boiling water:
Set the grill pan back on the stove and fill it with 2 to 3 inches of water.
After a few min of boiling, the remaining food particles should start to float on the surface.
Using a scrape and spatula between the ridges to remove any excess food.
Allow the pan to get cool and then drain the dump water and residue.
Then rinse out the empty pan with hot water.
Using a dry paper towel wipe away any remaining food particles.