KitchenAid Gourmet Hard Anodized Nonstick 18" x 10" Double Burner Griddle
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- Heavy gauge hard-anodized construction is twice as hard as stainless steel and distributes heat evenly; Elegant windsor shapes look great and speed evaporation and sauce reductions
- A long-lasting, 3-layer nonstick interior is exceptionally durable. Food slides off effortlessly and cleanup is quick and easy. For added convenience, the griddle is oven safe to 400°F.
- This double burner griddle features a handle crafted of a combination of soft silicone and quality stainless steel; It looks great, feels comfortable, and is double riveted for added strength
- Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
The KitchenAid Gourmet Griddle has sides that are sloped less so it is easier to get your turner under pancakes to flip, but still high enough to keep a dozen scrabbled eggs contained. The Anolon Griddle has straiter sides so you have to spend more time digging the scrambled eggs out of the edges.
The KitchenAid Gourmet Griddle has handles that set away from the sides than the Anolon Griddle, making it cooler for me to grab and move.
The Anolon Griddle says it is able to handle metal utensils and the KitchenAid Gourmet Griddle does not, but I already have all nylon, silicone and bamboo utensils for my other nonstick cookware so this doesn't really mean much to me. It is not worth the extra money that Anolon charges for their griddle; $48 vs. $62 at the time of this review.
The KitchenAid Gourmet Griddle has noticeably superior nonstick coating as far as food slipping off the surface. The Anolon griddle surface feels ever so slightly gritty compared to the KitchenAid.
To test these I had them side by side on my stove and cooked identical batches of scrambled eggs and pancakes for 27 people for breakfast over Thanksgiving weekend, so they got quite the workout. If they were damaged or lost, I would pay to replace the KitchenAid Gourmet Griddle - 5 stars!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was hesitant to get a coated cook ware item but it was the only one that would fit nicely on our cooktop. It has performed flawlessly for years now.Published 6 months ago by PUlighting
This griddle is perfect for feeding pancakes to a group. Can hold 6 good size cakes. Fits over 2 burners and has even heat distribution. Non-stick has been durable.Published 20 months ago by boardhead
I can use this on my dual elongated burner on the stove because of it’s generous size and I use it camping too. This really takes a beating and still looks and works great. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Bobby
I enjoy using this griddle to make pancakes. It cuts down the cooking time in half. It is also works really well with sausage and bacon.Published on August 9, 2013 by Justin Brown
We use this for all things flat that need to be cooked.
We've had it for many months and it shows no signs of scratching or flaking. Read more
But what a useful pan it is! Simply put, it covers two burners and allows for cooking lots of stuff - whole breakfast at once or keeping one item warm while cooking another. Read morePublished on April 28, 2013 by C. J. Smith
We have a Maytag electric oven with a ceramic top, and this pan fits perfectly across the bridge element. I thought the handles would stick out too much, but they don't. Read morePublished on April 20, 2013 by JulianR
I tried a cast iron griddle but food stuck, it was heavy and the lip was so low that bacon grease spilled over. Read morePublished on April 1, 2013 by Handyman
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