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Destanee Fournier Grill Pan May 07th, 2017 - 09:30:17
Many people build their kitchen collections over time. They may start off with a set of pans and gradually add additional pieces and ovenware accessories over the years. Some kitchen pieces are fairly ordinary and can be replaced easily. Items such as plastic mixing bowls and spoons will probably be used a lot and replaced more often than other items. And some pieces, like a grill pan, may not last as long as the cooker it came with and will have to be replaced.
Another factor for ovenware accessories is how easy they are to maintain. Pieces that are used a lot should be fairly easy to clean. You don`t want to have to spend hours soaking an item. Particularly items like a roasting pan or grill pan, that can see daily use, should be dishwasher safe, allowing cooks to have the pieces clean and ready to go for the next meal. You can use them often without wasting precious time cleaning.
Like any cookware, grills should also be cleaned after every use because cleaning is easiest this way. While the grill is cool enough to touch, it makes it easier to scrub and remove food particles. Leaving it to cool with the burnt food stuffs on makes the job much more difficult. But again, washing your grill to get rid of left food particles and the ash out are very important, but the inside doesn`t have to be aridly oil-free. The seasoned black "dirty-looking" grate can help protect it between cooking, protecting and arming you against dreaded rust.
It is very easy to grill with a grill pan or reversible grill/griddle but there are two things you need to remember before grilling the food. First, you will want to brush some olive oil on the surface, this will help your food from sticking. Secondly, you want to heat up the cast iron to the right temperature before applying food to the surface. Simply sprinkle some water on the surface to see if it is at the right temperature. If the water sizzles a little bit and hops around the surface, the grill is ready to use. If the water evaporates too quickly, the surface is too hot, which causes food to stick. If the water just sits there, the surface is not hot enough.