Marukyo Stone Stove Top In/Outdoor Grill (Stove Not Include)
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- Charcoal barbecue taste since the plate absorbs the oil
- Made in Korea
- Native rock (Agalmatolite) plate /Delicious taste by far-infrared radiation from the plate
- Smokeless, Good for BBQ, Steak, and Fish
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Enjoy the unmistakable, warm-weather taste of barbecued meat and vegetables year-round with this stovetop barbecue grill. Furthermore, its outer ring can be filled with water to capture drippings and prevent smoke and splattering during cooking, resulting in healthier foods with fewer calories. Designed for use with portable grill's high-quality, nonstick surface eliminates the need for extra oil or butter and ensures fast and effortless cleanup when through (washing by hand recommended). Best of all, its compact design means that it stores easily in any cupboard or drawer between uses
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Does it brown meat? Hell yes. If you try to brown meat and fail, it's because the stone wasn't hot enough when you put the meat on. The stone has a very high heat capacity and takes a while to get searing hot, but once it's hot, it will brown if not blacken meat easily. The stone takes a minute or two to pre-heat. Make sure you thoroughly oil the stone when you pre-heat the stone. Failure to oil the stone will make food stick to it. The stone may actually have to be seasoned before use. I don't know; mine came in a box covered in Japanese text, which I can't read.
Is it easy to clean? Absolutely not. I used mine for korean barbecue. Korean marinades tend to contain sugar, fruit juices, or malt syrup. All of these ingredients will char and leave your grill topper caked with carbon. Do not wash the grill with soap; the stone is porous and is meant to be scraped clean. Soap will get into the pores and ruin the flavor of subsequent meals cooked on it. Repeated use will season the stone until it's blackened like an old cast iron pan. Rinse the cooking surface under hot water and scrub with a coarse stiff brush a few times to get the loose stuff off, then and scrape any charred junk off using either a razor blade topped scraper or a utility blade. The one biggest drawback of this thing is the difficulty of cleaning it.
If the difficulty of cleaning is not worth the extra heat retention of the stone, this product is not going to be worth it for you. If you absolutely must have convenience, get one of those nonstick coated grill toppers.
Now, I must add that if you heat your stone too quickly, it might develop cracks, so pre-heat on medium or medium-low rather than blasting it on high. Mine still works, but it had visible cracks going through it after the first use, where I foolishly heated it on full blast. The outer metal portion holds it together such that the cracks aren't really a big deal, but I imagine that after repeated use, a cracked stone might fall apart eventually.
One more thing: this device is not meant to be used on the stove top. The stoves I've tried it on don't fit well; if it doesn't fit well, it can shift around. It fits best on one of those portable butane canister fueled burners commonly sold in Asian markets. The idea is that you have this thing going at the table, and you cook your meats at the table Korean Barbecue style.
EDIT: I have thrown this out because on its second use the stone cracked all the way across and grease leaked onto my stove creating a fire hazard. Good thing I have a fire extinguisher or I wouldn't be able to edit this!