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Grill Plate Tray, Bbq Griddle Plate Steak Press with Handles Gri

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Grill Plate Tray, Bbq Griddle Plate Steak Press with Handles Gri

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1. This cast iron griddle grill pan has two cooking surfaces, griddle and flat, it's great for meats, fajitas, tortillas, vegetables, flatbreads, pancakes, breakfast and more."br"2. This universal grill plate pan is pre‑seasoned for flavor so you can enjoy seared meats or grilled vegetables right away. Its cast iron surface slowly cooks to distribute heat evenly for chef quality meals anytime."br"3. A handy tool that makes grilling easier, faster and healthier. Press away unwanted excess fat from your meat and serve up healthier grilled foods."br"4. This griddle gives all the delicious flavor of an outdoor grill, with the option to cook indoors conveniently. Also great for campers to use when cooking over an open fire."br"5. This camp griddle pan includes sturdy built‑in side handles for a secure and convenient transfer from a stovetop to oven to even a small outdoor campfires."br""br""br"How to Use:"br""br""br""br"Specification:"br""br""br"Item Type: Griddle Plate"br"Material: Cast Iron+Wood"br"Color: As shown in the picture"br"Griddle Plate Size: Approx.36x25cm / 14.2x9.8in"br"Grill Press Size: Approx.20x11cm / 7.9x4.3in"br"Weight: Approx. 5400g / 190.5oz"br"Shape: Rectangle"br"Applicable Stove: Oven, gas, induction cooker, etc."br""br""br""br""br""br""br""br"Package List:"br"1 x Griddle Plate"br"1 x Grill Press"br""br""br"Note:"br"1. When using this product for the first time, it can be used after careful washing with warm water and neutral lotion."br"2. Use neutral or special lotion products daily to extend its service life."br"3. Avoid excessive heating. This product has strong thermal conductivity, high temperature heating will overheat the pot. It is recommended to use low to medium heat for heating."br"4. After use, please wipe it clean as soon as possible, and place it in a ventilated place, no"br""br"

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