Wolf Tips for Cooking with a Griddle
- What temperature setting should be used on a griddle to achieve the best results?
- What should the griddle temperature be set at?
- Where should the griddle control knob be set for certain foods?
- How to season a griddle
- Why should a griddle be seasoned?
Cleaning and Care
- To prevent food from sticking, season the griddle prior to initial use and after any thorough griddle cleaning. Refer to the following for instructions:
- If recommended by the selected recipe, also oil the griddle before cooking.
- Use a metal spatula with square corners or metal utensils for best results.
- Do not use the griddle as a cutting board. Wolf offers a set on cutting board accessory for the griddle. Refer to Wolf Griddle Cutting Board for more information.
- The griddle provides relatively even heat across the surface. The back portion of the griddle can be hotter than the front sections, as the heat will naturally go toward the rear vent.
- The griddle has a preheat indicator light that turns on and off when the griddle is turned on.
- The light illuminates when heating up and the light turns off when the griddle reaches the set temperature.
- There is no hot surface indicator light for the griddle.
- See also:
Hold cooked food at serving temperature.
French toast, pancakes, and grilled sandwiches.
Bacon, pork chops, lamb steaks, sausage, and flattened boneless chicken.
Vegetables, sliced, or grated.
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