Teppanyaki Grill £19.99 instore @ Aldi.... Thursday 21st July special buy
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Teppanyaki Grill £19.99 instore @ Aldi.... Thursday 21st July special buy

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Found 18th Jul 2011
Cooking area 47 x 27cms
Oil drip tray
Non stick coated
Detachable thermostat. 3 year Warranty
Good substitute for the barby if it rains.
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Teppa whata ma what?

I'm just joshing. It looks like a good deal!
Edited by: "reakt" 18th Jul 2011
Wow! I wonder if I can cook my favourite food - okonomiyaki - on it. Is it basically like a hot plate?

Regardless, this is a great deal
GreenSaints

Wow! I wonder if I can cook my favourite food - okonomiyaki - on it. Is … Wow! I wonder if I can cook my favourite food - okonomiyaki - on it. Is it basically like a hot plate? Regardless, this is a great deal


yeah looks like it.
GreenSaints

Wow! I wonder if I can cook my favourite food - okonomiyaki - on it. Is … Wow! I wonder if I can cook my favourite food - okonomiyaki - on it. Is it basically like a hot plate? Regardless, this is a great deal



You might like this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPRumYmy9PQ

Motoman robot makes okonomiyaki oil, eggs, mayo..
All I see with this is a smoked filled kitchen.
[quote=GreenSaints]Wow! I wonder if I can cook my favourite food - okonomiyaki - on it. Is it basically like a hot plate?

It takes a Japanese kinda person to say okonomiyaki is their favourite food ;-)
I bought one of these last year for our caravan...ideal for cooking breakfast on etc....
i got one and use it quite a bit, there good for bacon sausages eggs etc but do spit fat if too high.
got mine from france for 9 euros lol
Gotta agree, smoky kitchen. Better off with a George Forman as it cooks both sides at once. More ecominioc and quicker. Less smoke too.
electric or gas?!
cant really be bothered to post up the deal, but on the same promotion there's Asahi Beer (500ml bottle) for £1.49
Oh come on people, are you really going to use this more than once unless you own a burger van?
MadeInBeats

Oh come on people, are you really going to use this more than once unless … Oh come on people, are you really going to use this more than once unless you own a burger van?



I have a flat plate exactly like this on my George Foreman and I use it all the time for bacon, eggs, warming naan breads, pancakes, the list is endless.
simmobb2

[quote=GreenSaints]Wow! I wonder if I can cook my favourite food - … [quote=GreenSaints]Wow! I wonder if I can cook my favourite food - okonomiyaki - on it. Is it basically like a hot plate? It takes a Japanese kinda person to say okonomiyaki is their favourite food ;-)


i love okonomiyaki its yum had a friend who lived on them in tokyo
bigger last time: hotukdeals.com/dea…791
Edited by: "mugglesquop" 19th Jul 2011
just open up the george foreman grill fully and use both sides as a hot plate
I went to Japan a couple of years ago, and loved it. When we got back, we went through a phase of cooking okonomiyaki at least once a week! However, cooking in a frying pan isn't the same.....or easy!

If Aldi do sell out of these, then I'm getting me a okonomiyaki robot!
mugglesquop

bigger last time: … bigger last time: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/teppanyaki-grill-aldi-for-19-99/733791



Completely forgot about that. lol

And this is far hotter than my deal too?
Edited by: "tom_p1980" 19th Jul 2011
Cook okonomiyaki in a bleedin' frying pan!! My wife does and they taste lovely! Plenty of okonomiyaki sauce, mayo and aonori and eat away!
evolboy

i love okonomiyaki its yum had a friend who lived on them in tokyo


"had". Did they die of a clogged artery from all the oil?!
Large image -

http://www.aldi.co.uk/uk/media/offers/01_11_week_29/Product_detail_Wk29T10.jpg
Is this available now, or do I have to wait until Thursday?
Seft

Is this available now, or do I have to wait until Thursday?


Available from Thursday.
Novelty life expectancy: about 2 days.
Mmmm, 0.13 square metres of cheesy omelettey goodness.
reakt

"had". Did they die of a clogged artery from all the oil?!



A lot less oil than you might think...in fact you only use oil sparingly on one of these.
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