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- Grill pan for small or delicate foods
- Made of stainless steel for exceptional heat retention and durability
- 1/8-inch slits allow juices to flow out while keeping food in; wide carrying handles
- Cleans easily with soap and water
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|Item Dimensions||11.81 x 17.51 x 1.57 in||11.8 x 15 x 1.3 in||13.25 x 15.89 x 0.63 in||11 x 17.5 x 1 in||16.39 x 1.12 x 13.75 in||0.2 x 13.5 x 18 in|
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Just the right tool for cooking pan fries on the grill. Or try it for delicate fish, vegetables, and even fruit. Made of 430-grade stainless steel.
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The only problem is, of course, smaller foods can drop through the grill and onto the fire. I have purchased screens and disposable grill pans before and they worked just okay. When I saw this pan and how reasonable it was priced I had to get it.
I like the build of this pan, very heavy-duty without being too thick. The raised sides keep the food from falling off and makes the pan easy to carry. It takes a little effort to clean (I use a SOS pad) but that is to be expected.
I use a small Weber--the Q200-- and it is just big enough for cooking for 4-5 people. This grill pan fits perfectly on it but if I want to cook both meat and veggies at the same time I would need a bigger grill. I thought that I would make this little video to show the pan in action. Thank you!
1. This pan easily gets dirty but cleans up reasonably well with an SOS pad. Be sure to have a box on-hand, you will need them!
2. Get accustomed to the pan having a dark used look. Once used it will never be shiny.
3. I have used the pan on very, very high heat and it did not warp. Allow it to air cool after use. I would guess immersion in water if hot could warp the pan.
4. The pan is much more expensive than other models. I saw a Ducane model at half the price but it had no reviews. I bought the Weber pan based on the name and good reviews.
5. I did not go with a non-stick model out of concerns for the non-stick surface chipping and getting into food. For me, it is hard to believe that a non-stick surface could survive bbq'ing for long.
The size of the slits in this pan do block a lot of heat, so cooking meat and fish takes a little longer than if directly on the grill. Fish fillets turned out beautiful and stayed intact. I used PAM for BBQ's and the sticking was not an issue.
I got two in order to roast a lot of cut up vegetables on my gas Weber. They are very sturdy and the handles are one piece with the base. I think they will be easier to lift off the grill with the big curved handles. In the meantime I tried roasting cubed eggplant with olive oil on a regular cookie sheet on the grill and they were fine. Will write again after trying the grill pans and see if there is a difference. Maybe I'll do a side by side comparison.
Does very well with all types of fish, and also with sliced up veggies such as zucchini, eggplant, onion slices, etc.
Check the measurements of your grill surface before you pruchase though as i have a relatively large grill and still have an issue closing the lid when using this.
Also cleaning is a bit of a pain with a scrubbie as it likes to get caught in the slits and can tear up the brush. I've found letting it soak for a few hours and then just hitting it with a dish rag works best for the really cooked on stuff.
First, there are cheaper ones, but their reviews suggest warping and other reliability issues. The Weber is pretty solid stainless, and seems like it should be a durable piece.
Cleaning is not the easiest thing, but is still WAY better than some kind of wire grate. Still trying to figure the best way to minimize cleanup. (Right now soaking and scrubbing with a steel grill brush- that gets it maybe 90-95% clean)
The next minor complaint is actually more with Amazon than Weber. The item shown in the pic has a 'lip' on 3 sides, with the 4th side being flat. What I actually got has a raised lip on all 4 sides. Would be nice if the pictures were more accurate.
The final complaint is the size. I have a standard size Weber Genesis silver grill. The pan would be nicer if it covered either all the grill, or half. This covers maybe 2/3, and does not leave the best usable grill space with what's left. A little smaller or bigger would probably be more useful for me. Maybe at some point I will consider cutting it down so it covers half the grill.
For now though, I am generally pleased, compared with the cheaper (and lesser quality) alternatives.