| Use and maintenance
- Brush or spray the bottom of the grill. Squeeze with cooking oil before use.
- For best results, preheat cookware according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
- Place the food in the pan and place the grill press on the food.
- The food must be turned halfway through cooking.
- Let the press cool down on a heat resistant surface before cleaning it.
This sturdy metal press ensures that food is cooked evenly on a grill or grill. It also prevents bacon and cuts of meat from curling during cooking. Also ideal for pressing sandwiches and toasts.
Heat your expert cast iron skillet for hot smoking. Add the oil and turn to coat. Add the steak spicy side down (put it away from you in the pan so it doesn’t splash) and season with salt and pepper on the other side of the steak. Don’t touch it for two minutes at this point.
Use in the oven: kitchen utensils are oven resistant up to 250 ° C. The lids are oven resistant up to 200 ° C. The detachable handle is NOT oven safe. Use of broilers: Never place this product under broilers.
For Use With Cake Shaped Candy or Brownie Mixes: Note: All Pampered Chef® recipes using this pan will reflect the drop in temperature. Lubricate according to package instructions. If you’re using non-stick cooking spray, wipe off excess material with a paper towel to prevent oil from building up on the pan.
Pampered Chef®’s unique 2-step removable handles on pans and pots save space in cabinets, ovens and dishwashers. Pots and pans are heat resistant up to 480 ° F. Tempered glass lids with stainless steel edges are heat resistant up to 400 ° F.
While unglazed and partially glazed ceramics are not dishwasher safe, Pampered Chef offers fun, fully glazed ceramics that are dishwasher safe.
Oven for kitchen versatility
To season a grill press, first remove the handle and then gently wipe the juicer with a very greasy cloth before putting it in the oven. (A pan on the rack below will catch the drips.) Use a similar process to season the racks on both sides.
To use it just put a steak on top of the grilled meat. The force of the weight pushes on the steak while the weight itself holds the heat of the grill and the meat itself. This heat is transferred to the meat and speeds up the cooking process.
Preheat a cast iron skillet until it starts to smoke. Add a small amount of oil to the pan and add the four servings of beef to the pan. Place the onion on top of the meat and immediately press the ROUND CAST IRON GRILL PRESS approximately 1/3 inch thick. Season the steaks with S&P.
A grill press, also known as a steak weight or hamburger press, is made from cast iron and usually has a wooden handle. The grill press is heated on the grill and then placed on top of the grilled food to speed up the cooking process by cooking the grilled food on both sides.
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Put a spoon or two in the clay bowl. Put the sandstone on top of the stone over medium heat. Add the fillet pieces and fry for three to four minutes per side.
Instructions for use