Anolon Advanced Double Burner Griddle - 81897 - Whether you're preparing eggs, pancakes, french toast, sausages, blintzes, or burgers, there's plenty of room on this stovetop griddle. It covers two burners on a standard stove for extra heat, extra cooking surface, for easier preparation. The non-stick surface means less oil is required. That means you don't have to add significant fats to promote healthier dieting.
Heavy gauge hard anodized aluminum offers exceptional gourmet cooking performance
SureGrip handles are durable and ergonomic, providing a soft, cool confident grip
Dupont autograph 2 NonStick interior & exterior
22 Long x 10 Wide x 1.62 Depth, 5.26 lbs.
Excellent Griddle!! There's a lot of complaint about this product not being completely flat or that it is warped in some fashion. I find it very difficult to believe. If this product is defective right out of the box, you can easily see it when you're purchasing it in the store and it should be noted to the sales assistant. But if the product is warping due to high heat, it must be heated so high in temperature before the metal can warp. 20K BTU maybe?
Anyway, I think this product is a wonderful griddle. Well worth the money and lots of fun cooking with it. I would fully recommend people to own one themselves....more info
An effective griddle that is lightweight! Yay! It's so nice when a simple cooking device is done well. The heating is uniform, the pan is light (read: easy to hold while rinsing) but lies very flat (no runoff of liquids), and nothing sticks (we add butter for the flavor). I like the feel of the soft grip handles but it does get too warm to handle because our gas rangetop shoots heat across and around the edges of the griddle. It was a great way to get my husband to cook for me since there is next to no cleanup involved for his quesadillas and eggs. Lots of space for bacon too although the low rim will permit more splatter than a deeper pan. Enjoy!...more info
Cuts down on antsiness. Bottom line, you buy one of these mainly to make pancakes. The Anolon Double Burner Griddle is better than a traditional frying pan for pancakes because you can fit more on it at one time, which means less time in the kitchen and more time eating those tasty little crumpets while they're still hot. The kids also get less whiny when you can serve them all at once instead of doling out a few pancakes here and there or worse, serving them all at once when they've gone cold.
Turns out, it's also good at French toast, eggs, bacon, quesadillas and grilled cheese sandwiches. Added bonus: you only have to add butter or oil if you like the flavor, because after owning and using this thing for two months, I have to admit, it truly deserves to be called nonstick (unlike so many "nonsticks" that have disappointed me after the first few uses).
Some might point out that at 10 inches wide, this griddle is too narrow to fit all their breakfast items at once. Well get two, they're a slim profile and lightweight and at about fifteen bucks less than the Circulon, you can probably afford it.
My 22-year-old recipe for Frickin' Fantastic Pancakes:
Heat your griddle to med-low. Mix ingredients in a large bowl with a balloon whisk until just a few lumps remain (no overworking allowed). Pour on the griddle (you know what size you like) and watch for the bubbles in the center of your pancakes to signal it's time to turn. Flip, cook a few more minutes, serve, and notice how much better this is than that mix stuff.
-Andrea, aka Merribelle
Recommended product Product did what it is it supposed to do. I read reviews on this product from America's Test Kitchen and I had been looking for a griddle pan to make pancakes. The pan worked very well and my pancakes came out better than anything I have ever used in the past. It even worked out well on an electric burner (old oven) since the heat distribution is as good as the reviews said it was. I would highly recommend this product and the price was very good.
Not flat! Although the quality of the material seems very good, we were disapointed that the griddle doesn't lay flat on our ceramic surface stove....more info
Very good Griddle Cooks very even, no-stick works great with bacon, eggs and pancakes. Without a little oil or bacon fat, eggs stick a little bit, but not enough to be a problem right now, maybe more when it gets worn. Enough room to get 6 strips of bacon on one side, and 2-3 eggs on the other side. I can make an entire batch of pancakes on it too, but it is a little tight.
It would be even better if this pan was an inch or 2 wider, but who know's, it might not fit on some stoves then.
Cleanup is a breeze, as everything slides off with hot water. I would buy it again.
Better than cast iron I purchased this griddle based on a review in Cooks Illustrated. I previously had a vintage cast iron griddle that had hot spots and cold spots. The Anolon griddle is great - very even heat in every part of the griddle. All my pancakes are cooked evenly, no more rotating pancakes from the cold spots to the hot spots....more info
A faantastic griddle for the price! I originally planned on purchasing an All Clad griddle, but when I found this one, I decided the price was very reasonable and the qualilty of the griddle was comparable to the more expensive models. I am very very pleased and use it at least once a week....more info
Best griddle We have a gas cooktop and this griddle is the best we have ever had. The heat is evenly distributed with no "hot" spots like an electric griddle. Bacon, pancakes are cooked perfectly. I bought a second one for larger crowds it worked so well. Easy to clean and the handles do not get hot....more info