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Electric griddle without nonstick coating

Vexorg Sep 6, 2010 10:58 AM

Lately, I've been finding that I've been using my electric griddle for a lot of different things, but in many cases, I'm finding that I'd much rather have one without the nonstick coating. I'm wondering if anyone has found a consumer-level griddle that doesn't have nonstick coating on it. I know there are plenty of commercial-grade models out there that would do the job, but I don't have the space or the money for one of those (maybe someday.)

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    iyc_nyc Sep 8, 2010 04:22 PM

    Vexorg, this might be too much of a stretch from what your're looking for, but one option is to get a raclette grill with a granite top. You are supposed to use the granite top to grill veggies, meats, etc., on it -- not sure if it'd work well with eggs. You won't get the grill lines, but then you'll get to use the grill to make raclette!

    Swissmar makes one that you can find on Amazon or at BBB: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000.... You can also get a nonstick top for it (which I know you'd rather not have, but just FYI), and they just came out with a nonstick C.I. top.. not sure what the nonstick is made of -- i.e., if it's a coating as opposed to just seasoning.

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