Large 2000W Electric Teppanyaki Table Top Grill With 8 Spatulas £17.28 delivered w/code @ Groupon
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Large 2000W Electric Teppanyaki Table Top Grill With 8 Spatulas £17.28 delivered w/code @ Groupon

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Found 13th Jul 2017
This looks a very good price, use code HOME at checkout to get above price. - Code ends midnight going on site blurb

You can also get the XXXL 2000W Electric Teppanyaki Table Top Grill With 6 Spatulas & 2 Egg Rings for £25.38 w/code


  • Powerful 2000W Griddle cooks quicker and throughout so never worry about inner cold spots
  • Large electric griddle plate allows you to cook a variety of different meals at the same time
  • Perfect for hosting parties or individual or family meals
  • Removable drip tray
  • Cool touch handles
  • Variable heat settings
  • Non-slip feet
  • Impressive non-stick scratch resistant and extremely large surface area
  • Suitable to have barbeques / cook breakfast / delicious nutritious meals with ease
  • Perfect for travelling as well, for example, can be used when out in the caravan
  • This griddle is ideal for both meats and vegetables as it browns food on the outside whilst keep it moist and cooked on the inside
  • Easy to clean with quick wipe surface
  • Adjustable temperature control
  • Non-stick coating
  • Large cooking area
  • Includes six wooden spatulas
  • Large: 46cm x 26cm

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If you're interested in making pancakes (like you get from McDonalds)...here's the recipe I use.

100g self-raising flour
60g caster sugar
1 medium egg
125ml milk
half a teaspoon of Vanilla flavouring

Put the teppanyaki grill on 2.5 and wait until hot while you prepare the batter.
Mix all the ingredients together with a wisk - should be thick-ish mix - no need to be delicate, just bung it all in!
Brush the grill with butter then pour on the mix - on my previous grill I could cook 3 pancakes at once.
Wait until you see bubbles on the top of each pancake and then flip and cook for a further 30-45 seconds.
Repeat until the batter has all gone (remember to brush more butter each time!)

Serve with whatever you like - my kids like nutella, I prefer butter and maple syrup!

I have 3 kids - doubling the mixture allowed for 3 or 4 pancakes for each of them plus my partner and myself.

Treat/breakfast for 5 which is ready in under 10 minutes and costs very little to make.

Edited by: "dotnetter" 13th Jul 2017
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I can't see where to enter the code - it's taken me to the payment page when I click buy...with a "buy It now" button??
dotnetter

I can't see where to enter the code - it's taken me to the payment page … I can't see where to enter the code - it's taken me to the payment page when I click buy...with a "buy It now" button??



Found it - I was looking for a box to type into...it was hidden until you click on the small link under the price on the checkout page.
Picked up a 2000W Quest one from Wilko last year for £15, got home and them remembered I'd picked up a 2000W grill (can't remmeber brand) from Lidl or Aldi several years before for £17 I think it was.

Both boxes totally different but product identical inside, I think they're all made in the same factory and just badged differently.

They're ok and do cook the food well if used properly, but I've only used it twice and never really felt compelled to use it again. Another one of those gimmicks that look great until you start using them.
Edited by: "The_IMF" 13th Jul 2017
Foy anyone else considering - I've bought one of these before from Groupon - It lasted about 2 years. It's very, very good for cooking american style pancakes on - makes it really easy to do loads at the same time and much easier to get a spatula under compared to a frying pan as there's no pan-sides to negotiate. Highly recommended.

Just be careful when cleaning - the non-stick surface doesn't last forever - my advice is to wipe it off with some kitchen towel while still hot (be careful!) to get the worst off and then simply wipe it over with a little soapy water and dry it when it's cool.
Can you run these off a typical camping electric hookup does anyone know? I.e. does it draw too much power?
If you're interested in making pancakes (like you get from McDonalds)...here's the recipe I use.

100g self-raising flour
60g caster sugar
1 medium egg
125ml milk
half a teaspoon of Vanilla flavouring

Put the teppanyaki grill on 2.5 and wait until hot while you prepare the batter.
Mix all the ingredients together with a wisk - should be thick-ish mix - no need to be delicate, just bung it all in!
Brush the grill with butter then pour on the mix - on my previous grill I could cook 3 pancakes at once.
Wait until you see bubbles on the top of each pancake and then flip and cook for a further 30-45 seconds.
Repeat until the batter has all gone (remember to brush more butter each time!)

Serve with whatever you like - my kids like nutella, I prefer butter and maple syrup!

I have 3 kids - doubling the mixture allowed for 3 or 4 pancakes for each of them plus my partner and myself.

Treat/breakfast for 5 which is ready in under 10 minutes and costs very little to make.

Edited by: "dotnetter" 13th Jul 2017
Bought 2 years, only used once.
I've bought a few of these off of Amazon - usually about £20 for a Von Chef one. They are excellent but the non-stick eventually fails and then we buy another one.

We always take ours with us when we go on holiday in the UK as you can cook eggs (and bacon before we went veggie) etc on it every morning without loads of washing up. Just wipe it down and empty the drip tray. No grill or frying pan to clean.

It's one of those gadgets we actually use all the time.
We use ours for camping just upgraded to the xl ones from tj Hughes £29.99 + get 10% off your first order. Also this one will be Aldi next week 19.99 x
Leonhornet

Can you run these off a typical camping electric hookup does anyone know? … Can you run these off a typical camping electric hookup does anyone know? I.e. does it draw too much power?


Yes, these are popular with caravanners to save using their gas. Take the variable heat thing with a pinch of salt. It's just a big electric element under a sheet of metal, it's either on or off, so not that easy to control the heat like you can with gas or induction.
Can they fit at the back of the cupboard once you have used it once or twice
Does this connect with plug
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The XXL is the only one left now
We had one from Lidl that looks the same.
Effective for searing salmon and beef steaks, but we found it cooks too hot for many things, unles you like charred vegetables. It also cooks unevenly - edges cooler that centre, and produces loads of smoke, which can be reduced if you bung a glass saucepan lid or Pyrex upturned bowl on whatever's cooking.

Ours is in the back of a cupboard and we're back with our George Foreman ...
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Does this connect with plug


The lead and heat controller is removable if that's what you're asking?
Sorry for the question but are you supposed to directly eat off these?
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Leonhornet

Can you run these off a typical camping electric hookup does anyone know? … Can you run these off a typical camping electric hookup does anyone know? I.e. does it draw too much power?


Will run, but if you put the kettle on too it might trip
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