Grill meat and veggies in the comfort of your kitchen with the All-Clad Nonstick Hard Anodized Grande Grille Pan. Large, attractive, and expertly constructed, the Grande Grille Pan makes it easy to cook an entire meal with a single pan. Its black, hard-anodized surface resists sticking and presents an attractive contrast to the polished stainless steel handles and rivets. Premium three-ply construction promotes even heat distribution. This pan is a versatile cooking option for professional chefs and gourmet home-cooks alike.
Nonstick hard-anodized surface with ridges that emulate barbecue grill marks and collect fat runoff.
Riveted handles stay cool for safe handling.
At 20 by 13 inches (L x W), the Grande Grille Pan sits across two burners on a standard stovetop, creating an expansive cooking surface that's ideal for cooking for groups. The series of ridges on the pan's surface emulates the distinctive marks made by a barbecue grill and also collect fat runoff. Two pour spouts on opposite corners of the pan's raised edge make drainage simple.
Like its companion cookware in the LTD line, the LTD Grande Grille features a charcoal-black aluminum exterior that is hard anodized to resist scratching, chipping, and peeling. The superior three-ply construction continues with a high-performance aluminum core that heats evenly and prevents hot spots. The lustrous 18/10 stainless-steel handles are riveted to the grille for lasting strength and provide 2 inches of clearance, high enough to stay cool on the stovetop and accommodate hands clad in oven mitts.
The LTD Grande Grille's nonstick surface allows you to cook without using butter or oils to prevent sticking. It also makes cleanup simple, as food residue comes off easily. The cooking surface is scratch resistant and utensil-safe.
After years of perfecting the bonding process, company founder John Ulam established All-Clad Metalcrafters in 1971 and began producing professional-quality bonded cookware for working chefs and avid home cooks. The brand flourished as early adopters discovered the cookware's extraordinary properties and exemplary cooking performance. Today, All-Clad cookware is still handcrafted in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, with American-made steel--the same way it was four decades ago. It is widely sought after by the world's top chefs and passionate home cooks.