Adventures with Indoor Grilling
One kitchen “toy” I purchased not long after this past Christmas was the Emeril by All-Clad Cast-Iron 2-Burner Reversible Grill/Griddle. I’ve been wanting an indoor grill pan for ages and I have to say in general I’ve really been pleased with the quality of the other Emerilware pans and cookware I’ve bought in the past.
Grillin’ up some rib eyes – and roasting onions at the same time
At first I wasn’t sure how happy I was with this pan – it did have a bit of a learning curve to get use to using it – but after a few months it’s definitely become one of my most-used pieces of kitchen cookware. I do just about everything with this pan: grill steaks or chops; fire-roast vegetables for salsa; grill kale or other greens for fun salads…it’s just awesome! Granted, one does have to be careful to get the vent fan going and keep some windows partly open in the kitchen for the smoke. But, otherwise it has certainly seen me through the winter until I can start grilling outdoors again.
Roasting up tomatoes, peppers, tomatillos and garlic for salsa
For more details you can read my full review of the Emeril by All-Clad Cast-Iron 2-Burner Reversible Grill / Griddle at Zujava.
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