Cuisinart 5-in-1 Griddler with Removable Plates [GR-4N]
|Ship Weight:||13.2 lbs.
|Dimensions (H x W x D):||
13.50" x 11" x 7.12"
|Warranty:||Extended 5 Year|
|Feature:||Adjustable Temperature Controls For Grill or Griddle|
|Feature:||Diswasher-Safe Scraping Tool For Easy Cleanup|
|Included:||Contact grill, Panini press, Full griddle, and Half grill/Half griddle|
|Availability:||In Stock, Ships Within 24 Hours|
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My Kitchen Is A Restaurant
I bought a G4 Griddler from Elite Restaurant Equipment in 2012, and used it a couple of times a week (at least) The first thing that I cooked was a no-no in the eyes of Cuisinart - a bone-in, skin-on leg and thigh chicken quarter. Too thick, they say. HA! says I, because I am a bit of an anarchist. I marinated the chicken in olive oil and rosemary, heated the Griddler to Medium. I cooked it on the panini plates because I love those little fake barbeque stripes across my food. It worked just fine. (I should have taken a picture, it came out looking beautiful. But I was hungry.) Word of warning: Do not cook thick or fatty meat on High - you will get grease spatters all over the place. Medium works just fine in such instances. For clean-up, I let the plates cool down, and then put a wet paper towel across the bottom plate and close the lid and let it sit for a while. The dampness softens anything that is stuck to the plates, and then it can be easily washed off with a sudsy sponge or dish wand. Today for lunch, I made myself a sandwich with sliced sourdough bread, cooked sliced chicken breast, fresh grated parmesan cheese and dried basil. I followed the panini directions in the small cookbook that comes with the Griddler. Well, I sort of followed the directions... Cuisinart recommends brushing the outside of the sandwich with olive oil. I prefer to use melted butter on panini because it makes the sandwich crisper. We love this product and like purchasing it from a restaurant equipment distributor. This item came fast, we will be back. Posted on 8/6/2013 by Nicholas Hayes