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Presto 07030 Cool Touch Electric Griddle
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- Ideal for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and buffet-style serving. Premium nonstick surface for stick-free cooking and easy cleaning.
- Heavy cast aluminum base is virtually warp-proof. Built-in backstop ledge provides easy food handling.
- Fully immersible and dishwasher safe with the heat control removed.
- Control Master heat control maintains the desired cooking temperature automatically. Slide out drip tray removes and empties easily for quick cleanups.
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Top Customer Reviews
It's awesome to have a griddle in the kitchen. First and foremost, it's great being able to make more than one or two pancakes at a time. If you want to serve someone up a short stack, there is a lot of waiting using only two pans, but with this, you can crank out three good size cakes at the same time. Also, frying eggs and warming meat at the same time has saved me a lot of time in the mornings.
It's easy to clean. If you read the manual carefully, it suggests seasoning before use. This ensures a light coat of oil stays on it while it's being used. I've done this and NOTHING has stuck to the surface. I also give it a thorough scrub with either a dry paper towel or a wet one held with chopsticks after each use and it stays very clean.
It gets hot fast! Way faster than my range top and a pan, which also saves me time in the morning. This is mostly due to the light construction, but this can also contribute to un-even heating, which I have not yet had a problem with, although others have.
Its just more fun. Maybe this is helping me live out some long-lost short-order cook fantasies? = )
As other reviewers have noted, it slides around a bit. I find myself lifting it up a bit on one side to both keep it in place and also to give the spatula better odds of sliding under an egg without breaking it. This is not a deal-breaking compensation, but rubber feet would have been nice here.
It tends to get pretty hot. The manual comes with cooking temps, but I found most of them to be a little high. Cooking a little more cool has helped things out for me.Read more ›
Things I've cooled on it so far:
Everything has come out wonderfully.
The only negative thing I have to say about it agrees with a few other reviewers. As sold, it has a tendency to slide around on the counter, which would be somewhat dangerous without precautions. However, it is trivial to deal with. I simply put a towel underneath. Walla ... no more sliding. For a real solution, just go to Home Depot and get some small rubber feet for $1.50.
All-in-all, this is the best $20 I have every spent on a kitchen appliance.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My husband and I use this for korean bbq at home and we love it. We have only used it 3 times so I will update review after more uses. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Aeyeoni
Pros: Gets nice & hot. Heats pretty evenly. Surface is thick & doesn't easily scratch. Be sure to season it with olive oil before first use to eliminate sticking issues. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Mildsong4
Works pretty well. I took advice from other reviewers and bought some rubber self-stick bumpers. Have not had any issues with it moving on the countertop. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Jessica
I purchased this for my husband to use at work. He and his co-workers work long shifts, and regularly make bacon, pancakes, home fries, burgers, and any other greasy thing they... Read morePublished 15 days ago by A. Sansguiri
Had this for a week of daily use. At first I thought it was cheap because it is so light. But I now think it is a sturdy platform for this price. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Briarrabbit2
We've had this Presto 7030 griddle for approximately 5 years. First bought from Kohls during Black Friday on a lark since it was so cheap. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
Very happy I bought this and spent the extra money. Surface is very slick and best of all is the even heating over that surface. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Dale B