What Are the Cooking Temperatures? One of the biggest differences between a griddle and grill is the cooking temperatures. Grills cook at higher temperatures of at least 400 °F (204 °C) or above. Griddles work their magic around 350 °F (177 °C).
What is the purpose of a griddle?
Can I use a griddle as a hot plate?
As a rule, electric griddles are not designed to be used as hot plates as their primary purpose is to cook a range of foods on a hot surface using the electric element as the heating source. While it may not be designed for this purpose, there could be times when it would work as a warmer.
Do you grease a griddle?
Greasing the Griddle – Cast iron griddles are seasoned and don’t necessarily require any extra grease to be non-stick. However, adding a little butter to your pan helps to avoid sticky situations – literally, especially if your cast iron is newer and has less natural seasoning built up from use.
Do you spray a griddle?
Just remember, yes you can use cooking spray on your Blackstone Griddle, but you must do a proper seasoning first.
How long do you cook steak on a griddle?
Cook – Preheat griddle to 300 degrees F. Place steaks on griddle and cook about 3 minutes per side. Continue to cook flipping, until your desired doneness. Rest – We recommend letting it sit 5-10 minutes before enjoying.
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