- Brand: Fire Magic by RH Peterson
- Model: E660i-0T3-Config
- Availability: Leaves warehouse in 10-15 days
The Echelon Gourmet Built-In Griddle by Fire Magic provides a premium built-in gas griddle option to enhance the grilling capabilities of your outdoor kitchen paradise. The Gourmet Griddle boasts a 3/8-inch thick stainless steel, warp-free griddle surface and a 30 x 18-inch cooking area that’s perfect for cooking anything from fried rice to bacon and eggs. The dual stainless steel burners work together to provide a 40,000 BTU capability while the hot surface ignition and two back-lit burner control knobs provide independent, two-zone cooking. This unit comes with the same cut-out dimensions as the Fire Magic E660i grill to allow more versatility within your outdoor kitchen. The easy cleaning grease tray has two removable collection troughs and the elegant stainless steel griddle cover will keep your griddle surface protected from the elements when not in use. Expand your outdoor cooking possibilities with the Echelon Built-In Gourmet Griddle from Fire Magic.
Stainless Steel Construction – Heavy-duty 304 stainless steel construction ensures a durable griddle for years to come
Dual Burners – (2) stainless steel burners provide up to 40,000 BTU
Hot Surface Ignition – Electronic ignition for fast heating each time
Back-Lit Control Knobs – Provides independent two-zone cooking with knobs that are easy to see in low light conditions
Grease Troughs – (2) removable grease collection troughs makes cleanup much easier
Stainless Steel Griddle Cover – The elegant, durable cover makes sure your griddle stays protected against the elements.
When many of us hear griddle we think of breakfast. Probably because most pancake recipes instruct to “heat the griddle” as you make the batter, or as we sit at the counter at the diner we watch the cook crack our eggs onto the griddle. It works well for not only pancakes and eggs but also bacon, French toast, hash browns, and other breakfast items. Griddles are also often used for cooking burgers and other hot sandwiches such as grilled cheese.
A commercial griddle (i.e. a griddle that is built into a range top) may look similar to a flat top but they are different in certain respects. For one thing, flat tops tend to be made of lighter steel, and the heat source underneath is made up of multiple round burners, not one that is rectangular and runs across the entire top, as is with a griddle. Also, only food is placed directly on the griddle, whereas a flat top can accommodate both food and cookware (such as pots and pans) on its surface.
Whether cooking on a standalone electric griddle or on a built-in griddle on a range, it’s important to keep some key safety tips in mind. Always use an oven mitt when working with a griddle; as the griddle gets hot, it can be easy to forget that all elements of the griddle (including the handles and edges) will heat up.
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