Reversible Pro Grid Iron Griddle

Description


Sku: LPGI3

Covers two burners. “Cast iron is always a winner (it’s nearly indestructible, and the ultra dense material ensures a consistent cooking temperature). We tested a number of brands and liked the Lodge Pro Grid/iron Griddle best.” —Gourmet

$75.00

Select Option

Quantity

Anonymous commented on 10-May-2014 12:36 PM2 out of 5 stars
Does not lay flat on my gas stove top. Rocks back and forth sideways. Would love it otherwise.
Anonymous commented on 01-Apr-2014 09:15 PM5 out of 5 stars
I wish it had a lid.
Anonymous commented on 13-Sep-2013 11:52 AM5 out of 5 stars
Old posts above, I know, but I have found with my Lodge cast iron (older and not pre-seasoned) that when things get too stuck-on (which is rare) and I have to scrub the finish off, a thin coat of the oil of your choice and an hour in the oven at 400 degrees F brings it back to a seasoned finished. I learned this from my mother, who learned it from her father, etc. Not sure Lodge recommends this or not, but I've had my iron ware for a couple of decades, plus my grandfather's dutch oven, which is older than I am. Hope this helps.
Anonymous commented on 14-Aug-2013 04:10 PM3 out of 5 stars
We purchased this unit and on the box it claims it is for glass stove top but our manual for our stove says to only use full contact flat griddle. I can not find anything on the website to confirm if it is safe to use this with the bridge unit of our glass top stove.
Jennifer commented on 16-Jun-2013 12:50 PM3 out of 5 stars
Can you use this grill over a stove top that has a glass top stove (no burners)?
Anonymous commented on 01-Jun-2013 09:04 PM3 out of 5 stars
I'm new to cast iron and I find the grill side of this piece horrible to clean. I've cooked burgers on it three times and it's getting harder to clean, not easier. After cooking, I soak it in dish water, scrapescrapescrape for a LONG time with a nylon scraper, rinse, dry and oil. It's not completely clean, mind you, because I cannot get all the stuck-on burger off. Any tips? I do like the way the food turns out; just want to know how to make clean-up easier.
Kandis Wells commented on 01-Jun-2013 11:14 AM3 out of 5 stars
Maybe a silly question but I'm concerned I will get flair ups (or worse, a fire) when I use the griddle. Both sides have been seasoned so the side touching the cooking surface will be oiled. Any suggestions?
Joe commented on 18-Feb-2013 03:25 PM3 out of 5 stars
When I make pancakes on my reversible griddle (on the stove,) there are cold spots, so pancakes do not cook evenly. I've tried to preheat it in the oven, but it didn't help. Do you have any suggestions
breadbox88 commented on 12-Feb-2013 10:58 AM3 out of 5 stars
Beware the "grease trap". Its visible in the picture but I missed it when looking.

I'm a huge fan of Lodge cast iron and bought this as my 5th piece. Cooking wise I'm sure it will be as epic as all the rest of my pans but I'm quite disappointed with the actual working area on the pan.

I previously bought the smaller Double Play Reversible Grill Griddle yet have not used it because it was not compatible with my burners and the surface area was too small.

The Reversible Pro Grid Iron Griddle is significantly larger, so does cover both my burners, but the actual working area is EQUAL or LESS than that of its smaller cousin. This is due to the grease traps that run along either side of the pan.
Thyme4Dinner Personal Chef commented on 25-Jan-2013 10:03 AM5 out of 5 stars
Love this griddle! Lamb chops, steak, bacon, eggs, pancakes-you name it! I use it every day!
Anonymous commented on 29-Dec-2012 09:10 PM5 out of 5 stars
My girlfriend got me this for Christmas. Less than a week later I've already cooked on it 4 times and love the way my food has come out. GOOD STUFF!!
Kent D. Hansen commented on 24-Nov-2012 06:00 PM5 out of 5 stars
Absolutely spectacular! I found myself making three meals a day on it on my last camping trip...eggs/bacon in the morning, panini's at lunch, and steaks or chicken grilled to perfection at night...AWESOME!
Anonymous commented on 18-Oct-2012 01:14 PM3 out of 5 stars
Great for cooking Steaks and Chicken!

Write a Review

Captcha Image

Related Recipes