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Morrisons 24Cm Grill Pan 50% off NOW £4.99
Morrisons 24Cm Grill Pan 50% off NOW £4.99

Morrisons 24Cm Grill Pan 50% off NOW £4.99

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Heavy Enamel Cast Iron Grilling Pan 24Cm
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What colours is this available in please?

Just saw these in tesco at £20

All colors available... As long as its orange.

They only do one color. was looking at it the other week, thinking this weighs as much as my tesco one, and I got mine half price for 10.00

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Had another look and it is identical to the picture with same colour

Great find... thanks.. will see if I can get one tomorrow !!!

I referred to this in my post on another thread earlier today:
hotukdeals.com/ite…t=3
and didn't post it as a deal, purely because it has been available for some time, & there were only a couple in my local Morrisons a week ago, so you will be pretty lucky to get one.

There are other colours available at twice the price, they had plenty of those!

muhasib;8405235

What colours is this available in please?



Orange-ish
Other colours were twice the price

Bought 2 of these a while back from them at that price ... however, the Horndean one seems to be out of stock now....

Brilliant bits of kit ... were perfect timing for their rump steak offer. Ate steak for like a week solid on these griddles.

Hot price if you can get still...

can you use this on an induction cooker?

Are these fairly similar to cooking on a george forman grill?

makershaker;8409170

Are these fairly similar to cooking on a george forman grill?



No, the food will taste much better using this.

I got one from amazon for about £7 but its a nightmare to clean and is cast iron all over (no glaze finish). I might have to go and pick one of these up to replace the rust magnet!

I was eyeing them up when they were £4.99 but forgot about it! Then I went in last week and they had them reduced to £1.49!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They are very heavy and work well, I bought my friend one too and she said it's indistinguishable from the Tesco one (that's £24 in her Tesco)

Wow nice, Buying now voted hot

have this very heavy but a very small handle can be quite hard to hold

It wont rust if you dry it.... Its iron.... Iron rusts if its wet.

I have battered mine and tend not to clean it and leave the last weeks oil on it, makes the steak taste amazing, and no rust.

If you get wet, dry straight away

Or you can put a tin layer of oil on the pan after cleaning and it wont rust as well

Ooo ... no people .. don't be using soap in these unless you really really have to (eg after cooking fish)
It is best to just scrub down under hot water, dry on low heat stove then light spray of cooking oil. The more you use it the better it will become. I've a much older cast iron griddle and its got a nice glass look and feel to it now. I wish all my cookware was cast iron

Google "cast iron seasoning"

Read here for some good info if anything: whatscookingamerica.net/Inf…htm

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Ooo ... no people .. don't be using soap in these unless you really … Ooo ... no people .. don't be using soap in these unless you really really have to (eg after cooking fish) It is best to just scrub down under hot water, dry on low heat stove then light spray of cooking oil. The more you use it the better it will become. I've a much older cast iron griddle and its got a nice glass look and feel to it now. I wish all my cookware was cast iron



Largely agree, but don't get too precious about soap, just as long as you don't go daft with scouring it, especially once the carbonised layer has formed reasonably well! Even on fairly new unseasoned cast iron, meat will be "self-releasing" if it is cooked at a good high temperature, which of course it the whole point of using cast iron!

I don't wish all my cookware was cast iron though... fantastic with meat or for grilling vegetables for example, but I HATE the enamel finish on Le Creuset etc, which stains and sticks like no other; and bare cast iron pots aren't something to be used with high acid food (eg. Tomato sauces for example!) I have cast irons for steaks etc, Carbons steel frying pans for frying (same upkeep as cast iron really) and ONLY one non-stick pan for eggs/omelettes which don't require the ultra hot pan that serious frying needs as even the best non-stick coating gets wrecked by heat, and as we find with these sorts of pans, it isn't necessary anyway

Oh, and a carbon steel wok!
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