The Denby Cast Iron Griddle is a great addition to any kitchen helping you to create fresh tasting food in minutes. Use on any heat source to create healthy meals quickly with minimal effort. The sistinctive sear lines help lock in the flavour of food, so it tastes and looks great.
A little more about the 24cm Griddle Pan:
- Makes 2-4 portions at a time.
- Suitable for all oven & hob types, including induction.
- Integrated basting rings to keep food deliciously succulent.
- Tough, easy clean enamel surface.
- Dishwasher safe.
- Gift Boxed with in pack recipe booklet.
- Oven safe up to 250c/Gas Mark 9/ 482F
- Available in 4 colourways, Natural Canvas, Halo, Pavilion & Pomegranate.
Weight: 2950g, Length: 25.0cm, Width: 29.0cm, Depth: 4.0cm, Capacity: 1650ml
Versatile, strong and easy to use, Denby cast iron cookware is crafted from the finest cast molten iron and enamelled both inside and out, for a stunning, scratch resistant finish and classic look. Available across 6 key shapes and 4 stunning colours with a gradient ombre effect; Natural Canvas, Halo, Pomegranate and Pavilion, each piece is Dishwasher safe, safe to use in the oven and on all hob types and comes with a Lifetime Guarantee.
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CARE AND USE
Suitable for use on all hobs (gas, electric, ceramic, glass, induction and halogen) and any type of oven, including Aga Stoves and open fires (and even barbecues!). When using on any glass stove tops, always follow the manufacturer's guidance. Don't drag pans across the glass.
Only blackened enamel surfaces i.e. griddle pans can be gently heated dry. Otherwise ensure appropriate cooking liquid is added before heating commences. Do not use a high heat to attain cooking temperature as this can overheat the dish.
Take care when handling if the dish is hot - always use an oven glove or mitt.
Cast iron is heavy, hard, and moderately brittle and may break if knocked or dropped.
Using an oversize heat source or allowing to boil dry will overheat the dish.
After use allow to cool before placing in water otherwise the dish may thermal shock and permanently damage the enamel coating.
Wash using soapy water and low-abrasive cleaning pads or brushes. Additional soaking may be required to remove food residues.
After cleaning, ensure fully dry and re- condition any blackened enamel surfaces with cooking oil to prevent going rusty. This includes the top rim of casseroles.
Store in dry conditions to avoid rust. Items stored for a long period should have paper towels put in them to absorb moisture.
This product is covered by our Cookware Lifetime Guarantee. Please click here for details.