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Best griddle for induction?

Posted by eugenie11 (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 11, 12 at 12:51

I had to replace all my cookware when I switched to induction, and though I'm happy with most of my replacements, my no-name stainless round griddle is going to the Goodwill after making my first batch of pancakes on it this morning.

I know, I know. You get what you pay for. But the buzzing and humming is too much for me. And I think I want to go back to a two-burner rectangle - I guess I'm just not dexterous enough to flip four decent-sized pancakes on a round griddle.

And even though I'm not a big fan of non-stick coating after all the scary things I've read about them, I tore the first two pancakes in half. After that, I kind of got the hang of it, but...

I need some advice. I'm thinking of a cast-iron double griddle or maybe a non-stick that's not too toxic - any recommendations?


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RE: Best griddle for induction?

Oops - just read a similar post below from saltimbocca about non stick for induction - and his/her post said 'Oops, this belongs in the Cookware forum.'

There's a forum just for Cookware? My apologies!

So I'll go post over there. But after reading the responses to saltimbocca's post, I realize how much I agree with the poster who said LeCreuset and a little oil or butter is as good as non-stick, with none of the chemicals or flaking and Le Creuset lasts forever. They really ARE the best.

Of all my replacement cookware - from Demeyere to All-Clad to Emeril - my mother's old orange flame Le Crueset frying pans are the best!

Now I'll go over and post all this again on Cookware.

Thanks, guys!


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