Can the griddle be used over two gas burners?
This come in very handy for making pancakes, grilled cheese sandwiches, burgers and many other foods. I use it all the time....
Cook N Home Nonstick Aluminum Double Burner Reversible Griddle
Cook N Home Nonstick Cast Aluminum Double Burner Reversible 19.5-inch by 10.5-inch Griddle/Grill This Cook N Home features a nonstick, cast aluminum, reversible, double burner. This griddle is dishwasher safe and has a built-in grease drain.
ITEM#: 13404684Cook N Home Nonstick Cast Aluminum Double Burner Reversible 19.5-inch by 10.5-inch Griddle/Grill This Cook N Home features a nonstick, cast aluminum, reversible, double burner. This griddle is dishwasher safe and has a built-in grease drain.
- Materials: Aluminum
- Griddle dimensions: 19.5 inches long x 10.5 inches wide
- Double burner
- Built-in grease drain
- Dishwasher safe
- Oven safe to 350-degrees Fahrenheit
|Product Features||Non-Stick Surface|
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|Warranty||90 day Manufacturer|
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This come in very handy for making pancakes, grilled cheese sandwiches, burgers and many other foods. I use it all the time.Read More
I love this griddle! I have used it a number of times and it works beautifully. I recommend this to everyone. If you are looking for something that will give you the grill marks like an outdoor grill, this is the piece!Read More
I ordered these for gifts. They are very nice and just as described. I think they will do a great job.Read More
it looks good and work well on top stove. Does stick, but cleans well.Read More
We had a previous griddle that unfortunately got left behind in a move. Dang! That one was pretty pricey so I wasn't surprised at the price of this one although comparable if not cheaper than my research. Thanks!!Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello susanruff, Yes, this can be used on two gas burners. Thank you for shopping Overstock.com; let us know if you have any additional questions.
Can this be used with an induction cook top
No, since induction technology uses the power of magnetism, the cookware piece itself must be magnetic and have a flat bottom. For this reason, cookware made from aluminum, copper or glass, including Pyrex will not Induction cookware must be made of a magnetic-based material, such as cast iron or magnetic stainless steel.
No, it cannot be used on an induction cook top, because it is made of aluminum.
Can it be used on an electric glasstop stove?
Yes, it can be used on an electric glass-top stove.
can you use this product on an outdoor grill?
Yes. It can be used on an outdoor grill.
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