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11-10-2010, 02:15 PM #1
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Indoor cast iron grill pan
I received one of these for a birthday present (just picked it up at the PO today) and am wondering if fellow FV cooks have one like it and can give me tips on cooking with this baby. I've poked around online and got some ideas but thought maybe I could get some tips from people I "know." For what it's worth I have an electric stove. Thank you!
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- 11-10-2010, 03:18 PM #2
i dont have one. wish i had a gas stove!!
i have a good friend whom i am seeing tomorrow who swears by hers. i will get you some tips.
i do know that she uses hers to feed the kids pannini style dinners when dh is OOT
11-10-2010, 05:16 PM #3
I would love one of those and have a gas stove. I use one that covers both burners. They are a pain to clean. I think kosher salt helps clean them and you can turn your burner on to dry it. I soak mine in hot water for a bit.
I grill anything on it like the outdoor grill.
11-11-2010, 07:24 AM #4
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I have one and an electric stove. I prefer a grill to it by far.
They work fine on the stove and the stove gets plenty hot, but they are a pain to clean if you are cooking meats or anything that run.
I think they would be awesome for those popular sandwiches everyone used to eat.total debt: $23977.09 updated 04/02/11
11-11-2010, 05:54 PM #5
my friend suggested that you try a marinated flank steak...she said you will be very happy inthe dead of winter if you cant grill and you have a hankering for flank steak!
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