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I have tried two grill pans, and hated the mess of the fine grease splatter all over my stove
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Posted to Thread #30080 at 6:55 pm on Jan 9, 2018
We grill outdoors under a covered patio on a gas fired (too big) grill that my husband bought. It has a hood above to suck up the smoke. I keep thinking how nice it would be to just do a quick grill inside myself, but the mess is too much. Even the non-stick grill pan I have still splatters the little fat that is on the meat, or even the juices from it. I have a Cuisinart Griddler which I love and make panini sandwiches, pancakes, etc. The grill plates are reversible, and there is no splatter from it.
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Other messages in this thread:
- 30080. Anyone have a grill pan they love? - colleenmomof2 - 7:53pm on 01/08/18 (6)
- A good friend of mine loves hers. I think it is le cruiset. She has 3 picky eaters, and enjoys - barb_b - 11:10pm on 01/08/18
- I have a cast iron pan I got at Target for $11. It does what I need when I want to use it. [NT] - Charley - 12:27pm on 01/09/18
- I too had a le cruset. I never could get it clean and it always smoked when I preheated it. Not my - Janet in NC - 6:29pm on 01/09/18
- Colleen - a thousand apologies - deb-in-MI - 6:38pm on 01/09/18
- I have tried two grill pans, and hated the mess of the fine grease splatter all over my stove - KarenNoCA - 6:55pm on 01/09/18
- I think a good cast iron skillet is the best "grill" pan. I don't really need grill marks. ;o) [NT] - Charley - 6:01pm on 01/13/18