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Lodge L9OG3 Pre-Seasoned Round Griddle, 10.5-inch

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  • Round cast-iron griddle provides exceptional heat retention and distribution
  • Pre-seasoned and ready to use; vegetable oil evenly baked into surface
  • Sturdy handle with hole for convenient hanging when not in use
  • Rinse with hot water and dry thoroughly to clean; oven safe to 500 degrees F
  • Measures 1/2 by 10-1/2 by 15 inches; limited lifetime warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.9 x 10.3 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00008GKDN
  • Item model number: 17L9OG3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (705 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #243 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

An even heating cast iron griddle is essential for big breakfasts, tortillas, quesadillas, roasted vegetable, grilled sandwiches and pancakes. Pre-seasoned ready to use. 10 1/2" diameter, 1/2" deep


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Customer Reviews

It's great for making Indian crepes (dosas).
PT
It was well pack, very protected, a very good product, I cant wait for try it is exactly what I wanted... Thank you so much.
limiabal
Bought this to make tortillas but I've been using it for pancakes and grilled cheese sandwiches and it works perfectly!
Jaime W.

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125 of 128 people found the following review helpful By Manish Laxmikant on March 18, 2008
I was looking for something without teflon, with a flat base, and even heat conductivity. Traditional iron pans for making rotis are usually concave, designed to sit on gas or kerosene burners. If you have a radiant or other electric cooktop, those concave pans are dangerous because with some rolling they could land on your toes.

This griddle is flat-bottomed, so it doesn't move from its location. It's thick and distributes heat evenly, and can maintain nearly the same temperature in the middle as it does near the rim. Since it's pure iron, there's no danger of burning PTFE, which burns at 500 deg F, I think (I may be wrong or inexact).

I still rate it five stars for what it is, but I'll add some notes of caution:

- The loop is not much of a handle. It's more of a hanging device so you can hang the pan from a hook. It does get hot and isn't designed to help you flip the food. Use pot holders, or let it cool before picking up.

- Rubbing with a kitchen towel leaves shards on the textured surface. The surface helps breads not stick to the pan, but it shreds paper if you use kitchen towels to rub oil on it. I use a terry towel to clean or to season.

- Iron rusts. It is the most common metal associated with rust. When done cooking, if you have to wash it, scrub with a brush and water after it cools. Soap is not necessary and will probably aid rusting. Once it's rinsed, wipe dry and store dry. Don't drip dry or dishwash. Don't forget to wipe the underside as well. Any part of it can rust if water is left on it - water air and some impurity (including minerals in the water) will cause rusting.

- Season once in a while. Rub with cooking oil or spray some Pam-like stuff and wipe dry with a towel.
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171 of 180 people found the following review helpful By lighten_up_already2 VINE VOICE on April 18, 2006
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I'm a lousy cook and I love pancakes. I've always had to go to a restaurant to get a decent pankcake because I never figured out how to make them right.

But when I got this Griddle I started turning out perfect pancakes every time! There must be something about iron. I've never had any iron cookware before. And the size is just small enough so it's not too heavy, but the flatness allows me to make a "short stack" of pancakes all at once.

This is the most joy that $12.00 has brough into my life in a long time. And, I'll save a ton of money over the rest of my life not going to restaurants to get pancakes!!
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125 of 135 people found the following review helpful By Malisp on September 11, 2006
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I'm a huge fan of cast-iron, so when I was in the market for a griddle I turned to Lodge. This is actually the first new cast-iron pan I've owned (the others I was lucky enough to inherit from my Grandmother), and while I know how to season one properly, it was worth the convenience to buy one preseasoned.

I broke-in the griddle with some pancakes (an Alton Brown recipe) and they turned out amazing, better than any others I've ever had or made. The heat retention of cast-iron really makes a difference, and the low sides of the griddle made flipping the pancakes simple. The size of the griddle was perfect for my range and allowed me to make either 4 small pancakes or 3 medium sized ones at the same time. They browned perfectly and didn't stick at all (per the recipe I buttered the pan and then wiped the excess off between pancakes).

I know cleaning might intimidate those unfamiliar with cast-iron but it couldn't be simpler. If there is no burned food on it, just wipe it down with a cloth (I actually use a wad of paper towels) dampened with warm water right after you're done cooking. While the griddle still is still warm (which will be for quite a while), put a light layer of vegetable oil on the cooking surface and you're done. If there was some burned food on it, just start by scrubing it lightly with a stiff bristle brush and warm water (once again, easier if the griddle is still warm) and then dry off and oil.

Once again, this is a great griddle that makes great food and is simple to take care of. If you've never tried cast-iron before, you'll be amazed how much easier it is to cook on since it has no hot spots (once it's warmed up) and retains heat for a long time. Just be sure to get a good mitt or cover for the handle. Also, if you have a lot of people to cook for, I might suggest getting two of these griddles instead of a large one that spans multiple burners (unless your burners are close together or gas).
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81 of 89 people found the following review helpful By G. Powell on August 26, 2003
I love cooking with cast iron. This pan is great for making those 3 egg omlets, pancakes, fried eggs, etc. The low lip makes it easy to get the spatula under the eggs and flip them. On the down side if you fry bacon or sausages in it, the grease will spatter the stove. On a campfire that of course won't be a problem.
However if you have limited space in your kitchen cabinet get the combo cooker. The lid is nearly as large as this one and you get the fry pan as well.
On the plus side, this pan being thin fits right under the stack of cast iron pans I already own. So if you cook for a large family and want to serve everyone faster, this is a good way to go as an additional pan.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Sourdough Lover on August 10, 2005
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Man what a great pancake and a grilled chesse skillet. It's the perfect size for pacakes. I'd give it 10 stars if i could. Love it.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By V. Herbert on April 26, 2010
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For those who don't want to use nonstick pans any more, this is the pan.
I have 2 of these pans that I use them regularly to cook dhosais (south Indian sourdough pancake) and Indian flatbreads like chapathis and rotis. The texture of the dhosais are perfect with this pan, something you don't get with nonstick pans. You can make crip dhosais or thick ones. They are easy to maintain. I do wash them once in a while with a little soap to remove the old oil odor, oil it very lightly, and heat it for a few minutes. Usually, I wipe the pans with a cloth dipped in warm water, after I'm done with my cooking. Those who want to make dhosais on this pan should remember that they cannot sprinkle cold water on the pan while cooking. It can crack the pan.
This pan is great for omelettes. It is perfect for focaccia bread. You can use 3.5 cups of unbleached white flour to make one focaccia bread in this pan. It bakes the bread to perfection.
I also make pizzas on these pans and they make the best pizzas. The size is perfect. Use 3 cups of unbleached flour for a thick crust pizza, and 2 cups for a thin pizza.
These pans are very inexpensive and are quite a bargain, especially with free shipping from Amazon.
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