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Calphalon One Nonstick 11-Inch Square Grill Pan

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  • 11-inch square grill pan with infused anodized technology provides nonstick interior
  • Advanced-release polymer penetrates below surface; metal surface sears and releases
  • Cast stainless-steel ergonomic handle stays cool for stovetop cooking
  • Wash with hot, soapy water and a dishcloth; oven safe to 450 degrees F
  • Measures approximately 11 by 11 by 2 inches; lifetime warranty
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Product Description

It's the one nonstick cookware that promises flawless food release, enduring nonstick performance, unmatched durability, and effortless cleanup inside and out. The 11-Inch Square Grill Pan is the perfect pan for indoor grilling... try all of your favorite barbeque recipes inside all year round--with effortless cleanup!

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 11 x 1.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.4 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0007MX5OE
  • Item model number: CR1111P
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #337,097 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Cohen on August 10, 2006
I got this to supplement my Calphalon Professional square grill. I use this one when preparing barbecue with high sugar marinades and sauces.

First of all, unlike a lot of nonstick pans, you can get this grill very hot. This produces authentic looking grill marks and that sought after smoky taste. However, even the stickiest, most burned on remnants come off with a soak and a wipe.

I also use this pan to grill more delicate, crumbly meats like hamburgers, crab cakes, and fillets of fish. These may still crumble, but at least it won't be the pans fault. For plain grilling of steaks and chops, I still prefer hot, bare metal to nonstick.

The best thing about this pan, though, is the price. 50 bucks is very reasonable for a professional piece of cookware. It's also important to note that Calphalon nonstick grills are top rated by Cook's Illustrated magazine.
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By V. J SCHEFFLER on May 27, 2005
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love it, wanted one like the use on the cooking shows, i wanted the grill marks on meat, well this is a meaty pan, gives very nice grill marks on steak, fish, and hamburgers, and the grease lays in the bottom away from the meat, i really love this,
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By M Cooper on October 8, 2005
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This gets 5 stars because it is perfectly shaped and not too heavy. It cooks even and leaves lines on the food. It also holds the food higher than the grease that might have dropped off your food. I just spray it with a light coating of Pam and then heat and cook. Clean up is easy because it is a heavy duty non-stick coating that is inside the pan and not just sprayed on. It wipes up with soap and hot water and a wash rag. You can fit 4 hamburger patties on it at one time if you want to do some inside grilling.

Calphalon has done it again with great cookware.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Jaymee Perry on September 3, 2006
I was reluctant to buy a grill pan because I had purchased a cheaper one when "grill pans" first came out and it was lousy. This one is so much better. Nice design. Deep enough grooves to leave nice grill marks. Excellent heat conduction. Goes fantastically to the oven to finish thicker meats. Cleans up great. (I did use about a tsp. of vegetable oil which I wiped the surface with a paper towel--make no mistake, this isn't Teflon...it is stick resistant.)

So far I have used it twice. First for marinated chicken breasts. Grilled them up and then put on a nice coating of a chipotle BBQ sauce just before done and finished them in the oven to firm up the sauce. Outstanding. Of course that sweet hot sauce that dripped off burned to a crisp in the pan. I just waited for the pan to cool and put it in hot soapy water. With just a little soak and a sponge the pan was like brand new. The second time I did two large boneless ribeyes. In ten minutes they were "grilled" to perfection. Easy easy clean up and I didn't have to run between outdoor grill to inside make my final preps for dinner.

Next up will be shrimp kabobs or large sea scallops. Maybe some nice fish steaks or filets. Oh and grilled vegetables. Literally hundreds of uses. Outstanding.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Tina D. on February 3, 2006
Well, not really, but finally I can grill my meat just like she does. In the kitchen! I love this pan. The ridges are raised high enough to actually sear the meat or bread rather than saute it. This pan is also easy to clean and maintain. It's large enough to cook multiple hamburgers, but not quite there for normal-sized shish kabobs. If you want that, get the dual burner pans. And one word of warning, be sure to have your exhaust fan going. It's easy to smoke out your kitchen!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Steven Spaner on October 5, 2007
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I bought my first Calphalon One INFUSED pan over 15 years ago, the Wok, and became a loyal believer then and there. I have used the Wok on both gas and electric ranges and have always had even heat and easy stir fry. I have had many a shrimp or Hunan Fire Oil residue burn to the bottom, but have never had a bit of trouble washing the remains off. All I do is fill it with hot sudzy water, leave it sit for an hour or so, and take a plasitc scrub brush to whisk it all away. I bought the Calphalon One INFUSED Anodized 9-inch chef's skillet and the Calphalon One Non-stick 11-inch grill skillet early this year. I can report the same consistent and dependable cooking and clean-up results for the 9-inch skillet but the grill skillet is a bit more stubborn. This could be due to the rippled grill skillet bottom. I bought the last two items on Amazon and got very good sale prices, but I would pay full price for any of the Calphalon One INFUSED Anodized cookware items. They are first class. The Calphalon One Non-stick Anodized coated cookware is a definite step down. I have read owner reviews that complained about the product not living up to its reputation or price. If they were comparing to the INFUSED cookware, I can understand their disappointment.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Robert Hardman on July 6, 2007
I bought this grill pan after ignoring the previous reviews about sticking and difficulty of cleaning. I figured those users just didn't know what they were doing as I own other Calphalon non-stick pans and they all clean up great. Well, not this one. This is VERY sub-par for Calphalon. Food stuck in between the ridges even after soaking overnight. As a last resort, I used the scrubby side of my sponge to try to get it off and wound up REMOVING THE NON-STICK FINISH all around the stuck on food, but the food remains intact. So I now have a spot on the pan where the finish is gone with food stuck in the middle of it. Calphalon has started cranking out lower quality products at cheaper prices in an attempt to reach a larger target market and should no longer be considered high end cookware. I should have spent a little more money and bought the All-Clad.
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