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Old 12-29-2011, 01:49 PM   #1
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TIPS for SS Flat Top Griddle for Home Use

Hi...I have scoured the internet (okay, some of it), and cannot seem to locate any tips or tricks for using a commercial type stainless steel griddle at home (or anywhere else for that matter).

I recently purchased the Waring Countertop Stainless Steel Electric Griddle (WGR140), and was looking for some temperature/usage tips. I may be relegated to the 'trial and error' method, which is no big deal, but I was hoping I was not the only consumer to purchase this type of griddle.

Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.

snpperhd

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Old 12-29-2011, 04:39 PM   #2
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Hi...I have scoured the internet (okay, some of it), and cannot seem to locate any tips or tricks for using a commercial type stainless steel griddle at home (or anywhere else for that matter).

I recently purchased the Waring Countertop Stainless Steel Electric Griddle (WGR140), and was looking for some temperature/usage tips. I may be relegated to the 'trial and error' method, which is no big deal, but I was hoping I was not the only consumer to purchase this type of griddle.

Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.

snpperhd
For way too many years; I cooked on a much larger version of that griddle
when I worked in various restaurants.
You can cook most everything at 350....all meats, pancakes, and
Hash Browns. For cooking Eggs (fried, scrambled, omelets) use 250.
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Thanks...appreciate the advice.

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