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BLACK+DECKER Electric Griddle $19.00 (60% off)

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[Amazon.ca] BLACK+DECKER Electric Griddle $19.00 (60% off)

Seems to be the ATL for this according to 3C. Pretty well rated little unit.

Notable features from listing:
Extra-Large Capacity - Cook for the whole family! The 8-serving cooking area offers 180 square inches of griddle surface for all your breakfast favorites.
Nonstick Cooking Surface - The durable nonstick cooking surface allows for easy cooking and fast cleanup.
Adjustable Temperature Control Probe - The removable probe features an adjustable temperature knob, providing the ideal heat for every cooking task.
Removable Drip Tray - Excess grease and fat drain into the removable tray for easy disposal.
Cool Touch Plastic Handles - Safely move the griddle using the cool touch handles.
Reaches temperatures of up to 400°F for sizzling hot meals
Volts: 120V , Wattage: 1440W
Ever since I discovered RFD, I've spent so much money in the interest of saving money...
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Outside of pancakes, what else to make on this?
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SwiZz wrote: Outside of pancakes, what else to make on this?
Egg, sausage, bacon, stir-fry
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second2none wrote: Why not use a pan on the stove?
This is good for when you only have a kitchenette.
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Perfect to make South Asian dish ‘dosai’
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SwiZz wrote: Outside of pancakes, what else to make on this?
Give it to your woman to use as a foot warmer in the winter. Thank me later.
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Can't go wrong for this price but to call it Extra-Large Capacity is pushing it.
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er34er34 wrote: Give it to your woman to use as a foot warmer in the winter. Thank me later.
What sauce you put?
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I have no place to store it and I’ll probably never use it. Bought one. Thanks!
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second2none wrote: Why not use a pan on the stove?
This has far better temperature control in my opinion… it’s like automatic climate control in a car, no adjusting or fussing. Fantastic for pancakes, really all I use it for lol
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tsueme wrote: Can I make okonomiyaki on this?
you can make okonomiyaki on a regular frying pan but this also works, too.
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We use this for family dinners similar to Korean BBQ. It's the perfect cook top to stir fry veggies and meats as we gather around the table. Lots of uses for it - just gotta use the old imagination!
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jbone14 wrote: This has far better temperature control in my opinion… it’s like automatic climate control in a car, no adjusting or fussing. Fantastic for pancakes, really all I use it for lol
Exactly this.
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second2none wrote: Why not use a pan on the stove?
You can cook multiple pancakes, approx 8 at a time, sequentially flip em etc... as well, can do half pancakes, half bacon, ham, eggs, whatever.
And as mentioned, the temperature control is much better.
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This looks like a good option to prepare brunch out in the backyard so my house doesn't smell eggs and bacon for a week straight
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We had this, used it a few times and put it back in the box. We tried pancakes and the heat distribution was horrible. We did 4 pancakes and each was done at a different rate. Even each individual pancake wasn't done throughout, where you had to overcook one part of the pancake to completely cook the other part. Reviewing the element underneath and you can see it's not spaced out adequately or well at all. This might work is you want to cook several different things at once (eggs and meat) but we were disappointed. Maybe others will have better luck and at $19, it's worth the risk. We paid more than $19 and it definitely was not worth it.
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Thanks OP for the deal.

The reviews are scaring me off though.. some recent bad ones that the temperature doesn't regulate
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