Cedar Grilling Planks - 12 Pack
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- Grill Gourmet Cedar Grilling Planks
- Textured Grilling Planks for More Smoke and More Flavor!
- 5.5" x 11.00" x 1/3" Upgraded Thickness!
- Grilling planks are only intended for single use. Reuse is unsanitary.
- Grilling Instructions Included | Perfect for Gifts or Home Use
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GRILLING NOTES & TIPS:
--Planks should be soaked in water for 3-4 hours.
--Pre-soaked planks should be placed on indirect heat.
--Planks should be discarded after use. Reuse is unsanitary.
--DO NOT SOAK IN OIL as recommended by other sellers. Not only will this cause your plank to catch fire, but you will also defeat the purpose of cedar planking - pure cedar smoke flavor.
Top customer reviews
I cooked some stuffed pork chops the other day and soaked the plank for three hours. Cooked the chops on low on my little Weber Q grill and the bottom of the plank barely charred. Sometimes I put a used plank, even when they are charred, in my dishwasher and it takes all the cooking grease off.
Make sure that you do soak them well before use. Cook the fish slow and you should not have any problems. They keep the fish together well and does not allow them to break apart on the grill and gave it flavor unlike a pan or hot plate.
Key cooking practice is to keep the temperature of the grill in the 250-300 degree F range... higher than that and you have potential for a acrid smoke and flames, which IMO creates a less appealing piece of fish.
In my experience a "low and slow" approach to cooking is always the best.
Then I happened to be shopping at Crate & Barrel and discovered they carry a stainless steel product for smoking, called a "plank saver". It takes planks exactly the size of these. I had been cutting the previous expensive ones in half before cooking on them. I didn't think the cost of the plank should equal the cost of the salmon being cooked on it. I wasn't eating the plank like the recipe calls for when you smoke carp on oak -throw the carp away and eat the plank.
I like these planks a lot, and I really like that they are of the exact dimensions for the stainless steel plank saver which then also serves as a serving tray allowing you to serve the salmon still on the plank.
I've been around the block regarding BBQ grill cooking (a few more laps than I'd care to mention BTW), and yet I find these cedar planks to be truly, 'the real deal'. I have used them after a good 30-60 minute soaking before use. A nice suggestion too would be to added grill marks to my intended slab of salmon by first grilling the slab directly on the hot grill, with a nice thin coating of mayonnaise prior (trust me on this one...as the mayo prevents sticking) on the cooking side.
A minute or two to get those beautiful grill marks (and flavor), then I place the fish, grill marks up, on the plank. A little bit of honey and Grade 'A' maple syrup mixture topping it, and 15-18 minutes later....wonderfulness. Nice subtle cedar wood smoked flavor along with the fish being juicy and tender. All w/o leaving any burnt flesh left on the grill grates. These cedar planks are 'Da Bomb"! I have successfully been able to re-use the planks an average of 3 times before discarding too, w/o any negative issues to the finished product either.
Most recent customer reviews
They worked perfectly and the salmon was awesome!