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Calphalon Contemporary Nonstick 11-Inch Square Grill Pan
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- 11-inch square grill pan made of hard-anodized 98.7-percent pure aluminum
- Durable 3-ply nonstick interior for low or no fat cooking and easy release
- Ergonomic handle stays cool during stovetop cooking; capacity indicator line
- Washing by hand recommended; oven safe to 450 degrees F; nylon, wooden, or plastic utensil safe
- Measures approximately 11 by 15 by 2 inches; lifetime warranty
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|Color||charcoal gray||Silver/Gray||Silver||Red and Black|
|Material||Hard Anodized Aluminum||Aluminum||Nonstick||Polycarbonate|
|Item Weight||5 pounds||2.75 pounds||2.85 pounds||0.08 grams|
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Top Customer Reviews
But I was running out of cookware to shop for <grin>, and began tracking several with the plan of buying the first one that came on at a great price.... I tracked both All Clads, and this one. I almost bought the large All Clad, but discovered they didn't qualify for the Amazon promotion, so that blew that!
Then this one came up at $29.99 and I jumped all over it!
I have done beef steaks, pork steaks and salmon on it with excellent results. Cleanup, though not a breeze, is quick enough. Cooking residue tends to stick tighter on either side of the rounded ribs, but I have yet to need anything more than a little dish soap and hot water on a terry dish cloth.
One caveat - I seriously doubt those with solid top Electric Ranges will be satisfied with this pan. The bottom is not smooth, but rather follows the ridged cooking surface - in reverse. I am not familiar with these ranges, but understand a perfectly flat surface is essential to successful cooking.
Now I'm thinking about the 11" square griddle....
Cons - Like all nonstick, can't use high heat.
I've only had this pan a week, so I'm not sure how well it will hold up, but it's performed excellently so far. I used it to sear a whole beef tenderloin (before transferring to a roasting pan for the oven). The instructions said to avoid high heat, so I seared it over the equivalent of medium high heat on my 22K burner. The roast browned beautifully and I got good grill marks in the center (not as much towards the corners, but maybe because I didn't brown long enough).
Clean up was a breeze, with a couple drops of dishwashing liquid, hot water, and a soft bristle brush to scrub lightly.
I've also fried bacon, and the square shape makes it easy to pour out the rendered fat.
It's been easier & faster to preheat this pan than to preheat (& later clean) my range's grill burner, so I think I'll be using this more often than my grill burner.
I like it's lightweight feel, it's much easier to carry when laden with food than my previous Calphalon nonstick 12" saute pan (which always felt heavy & "tippy"), but it can fit just as much due to its square shape.
The handle truly stayed cool even when used to sear the tenderloin, and the round shape makes it easy to grasp (unlike the more flat handles of other pans).
Things I've found out:
Write to the other reviewers of this pan ... they are extremely helpful in sharing their expertise. YEAH Amazon!
If you're a novice, order the indoor grill cookbooks that are offered on Amazon. Extremely cheap and helpful. I picked up 2 based on the ones with "top" reviews. I'm very happy with my purchase.
Put 2-3 drops of EVOO (if you must) on your pan, use a paper towel to disperse across the ridges before heating. If you marinate the veggies in salad dressing, etc. stuff that's oil based, then for sure use no extra oil for cooking. Last time we used NO oil, just salt, pepper & Mrs. Dash Garlic & Herb when done.
We don't heat our pans up to a high heat. I go medium high and monitor keeping it cooking by adjusting the temp as necessary. That works well for me.
We have a pecking order for what to put on the grill and when. If there's chicken, it goes first, we slice it thin and it's done quickly. Then the zuchinni, asparagus, dry veggies like that. When that's done to suit us, we put on the wetter veggies like tomatoes, mushrooms (whole), and we tried some pineapple on there too. We do all of this in a matter of minutes so keeping things warm is not a problem.
Most important thing I've found ... don't be tempted to keep moving stuff around on the grill pan. It's fun but by doing that you don't get the grill marks. Let it be ... it cooks so much better and looks really neat when it's "starving for attention." HA!
Go to Calphalon website for recipes. I had no idea they were there until nosing around on it the other day.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As any Calphalon product performs great, for grilling on stove top.Published 1 month ago by Christian J. Haeberle Jr.
Coat with olive oil before using and it will help with cleaning. The pan will last a lot longer.Published 5 months ago by Cleve Crudgington
Doesn't live up to the calphalon brand name. Pan rusted very quickly and had to throw it away.Published 8 months ago by Abby Stempien
I use it for steaks, burgers, chicken, etc. Very good heat conductor and easy clean up.Published 10 months ago by emjayk
given as a gift and he love love loves it ------- cleans easily , cooks evenly. great !Published 12 months ago by Tracy A. Kropchak
I have used this for grilling steaks. Better than lighting the grill and standing in the cold.Published 14 months ago by Etonna L. Mcdade
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