What is The Best Electric Griddle To Buy?

Presto 06852 16-Inch Electric Skillet with Glass Cover

  • Made in China
  • Deluxe nonstick surface, inside and out, for stick-free cooking and easy cleaning
  • Doubles as a handy buffet server when entertaining
  • Saves energy more efficient than using a range burner or oven
  • Fully immersible and dishwasher safe with the heat control removed
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
Jumbo size. Big 16-inch cooking surface with high side-walls for extra cooking and serving capacity. Roasts, fries, grills, stews, bakes, makes casseroles and more. Fully immersible with heat control removed for easy cleaning. Tempered glass cover lets you see what is inside. Great for use as a buffet server when entertaining. Heavy cast aluminum.

List Price: $ 43.99 Price: $ 38.44


Orgreenic 12 in Frying Pan Ceramic Cookware - Cook Delicious Healthy Recipes the Safe Way

  • Non-toxic ceramic non-stick cooking surface, 12 inches diameter
  • Perfect for broiling, baking, braising, frying, sautéing and searing
  • ORGREENIC ceramic frying pan cooks fast and evenly
  • Ergonomic, double-riveted, stay-cool handle and helper handle, oven safe non-stick cookware
Your normal pots and pans are not as great as you think. They're made of toxic nonstick finishes that ruin the quality of your food. Having the right equipment to cook healthy, safe, and "green" meals is a must! introducing ORGREENIC - the super hard, super durable ceramic coated cookware. ORGREENIC non stick cookware is efficient and versatile for any kitchen. We offer all the pots and pans you need to become a top chef! use to sauté, fry, sear, bake, boil, braise, and more! handles stay cool

List Price: $ 29.99 Price: $ 23.99


Presto 06857 16-inch Electric Foldaway Skillet, Black

  • Heavy cast aluminum base features a deluxe nonstick surface, inside and out. skillet pan and cover are dishwasher safe with the heat control removed.
  • Built-in spout for pouring liquids from skillet doubles as a spoon and spatula holder when cooking and serving.
  • Fold down handles to detach skillet pan from base. with handles folded in, the base and handles store in skillet for compact storage.
Roasts, fries, grills, stews, bakes, and makes one-dish meals. Built-in pour spout doubles as a spoon rest. Base and handles detach and nest in pan for easy cleaning and storing. Great for every meal--big 16-inch base and high sidewalls provide extra cooking and serving capacity. saves energy because it's more efficient than a range burner or oven. Tempered glass cover and stay-cool handles allow skillet to double as a buffet server. control master heat control maintains the desired cooking temp

List Price: $ 49.90 Price: $ 45.99


Hamilton Beach 38528 Deep Dish Ceramic Skillet, Black

  • Durathon ceramic nonstick coating
  • 4x more durable than traditional nonstick - Won't crack or peel
  • 12" x 15" cooking surface
  • Ceramic nonstick cooking surface is: - 4 times more durable than traditional nonstick - Won't crack or peel - PTFE & PFOA free
  • 3" deep to fit a variety of recipes
Saute, fry, simmer or braise with the ease of a nonstick surface and the flexibility of a deeper dish with the Hamilton Beach Deep Dish Ceramic Skillet. Make a French toast casserole for breakfast or classic lasagna for dinner. With a 3 inch depth and 12x15 inch cooking surface, this electric skillet gives you greater capacity to make a variety of meals in just one dish.

List Price: $ 39.99 Price: $ 37.99

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6 Comments on “What is The Best Electric Griddle To Buy?
  1. 1,236 of 1,246 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A big pan that saves space and works great, May 6, 2007
    By 
    Amanda (NH) –

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    This review is from: Presto 06852 16-Inch Electric Skillet with Glass Cover (Kitchen)
    The 16″ size of this Presto skillet actually ended up saving room in my kitchen because it replaced both an electric griddle and an old 12″ electric skillet. This pan can be used for all kinds of cooking: griddling, frying, grilling, braising, roasting, even baking. The sides are high enough to use it as a chicken fryer or for stirfry. I can check how bacon is frying through the glass lid, minimizing spatter, if any. The temperature control is accurate and the pan heats up quickly, unlike my electric stovetop. In fact, you can get a perfect simmer by turning the knob down just till the light goes out. Also nothing sticks to it. The only two things you have to remember are: 1)spray it with Pam or some other cooking spray the first time you use it (just the first time), and 2)to maintain the nonstick coating, never soak it in water for extended periods (you won’t need to soak it, it cleans up fast and easy). I really like this skillet and recommend it highly. I bought it in February and have used it regularly ever since.

    NOTE: It is now May 2008 and I still use this electric skillet at least once or twice a week. It has held up beautifully and still looks new. I have to tighten the leg screws now and then but I’m not complaining. I would give this pan six stars if I could.
    NOTE: It is now October 2008 and we still use this skillet a couple of times per week at least. It takes about 3 minutes to clean after it cools. I can cook just about anything in it. I like its temperature accuracy and the quick control I have over the heat. I use it all the time.
    NOTE: It’s now February 2009, and two years since I bought this skillet. I still use it at least once a week and it is holding up just fine. Other than tightening the leg/handle screws now and then, it works as well as the day I received it.
    NOTE: It’s now January 2010 and the skillet is still going strong. No problems with it at all. We use it every weekend for egg & pancake breakfasts with all the trimmings.

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  2. 294 of 300 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent skillet–worth the price., December 5, 2006
    By 
    Annalea (United States) –

    This review is from: Presto 06852 16-Inch Electric Skillet with Glass Cover (Kitchen)
    I have owned at least three electric skillets so far, and while they all had their nice little features (one had a thingie to hold the lid, another had a low-profile for storage, etc.), NONE of them were as high quality as the Presto 16″ skillet. The non-stick coating is far superior to Teflon. So far I have only used a flexible, gentle nylon spatula on it, (OXO Good Grips 65191 Nylon Flexible Turner), but the way that the food behaves when on the cooking surface is wonderful. Even eggs don’t stick!

    This skillet cooks the most evenly of any I’ve ever used. The center is a little bit cooler than the edges, due to the placement of the heating element. However, the majority of the skillet heats evenly, and makes the BEST hashbrowns (and stir fry, and fried rice) ever. Things don’t burn as easily in this skillet, and yet the response to heat adjustments is very quick. I love knowing that the glass lid isn’t releasing dioxins into the condensation which collects on it to be dripped back down into the food.

    My only beefs with this model are: a lack of rubber feet to prevent sliding (although it doesn’t slide around much when full of food), and the glass lid doesn’t have a vent. (So far, though, I’ve done mostly lid-less cooking, so it’s a moot point.)

    In short: an Excellent Quality skillet in a size that will feed my growing family (six with one on the way), with room left over. I have a feeling we might be ordering a second model so we can cook breakfast all in one fell swoop (one for hashbrowns or pancakes, and one for eggs & bacon). Even if you don’t think you need something this big for just one or two people, it’s wonderful to be able to cook or fry things with plenty of room to spare. Not a lot of frills, but does the job better than any I’ve seen.

    If you’re wondering which skillet to buy, wonder no more. This is the one.

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  3. 327 of 358 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Skillet Cover Can Be Significant Safety Hazard, December 12, 2008
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    F. H. (Albuquerque NM) –

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    This review is from: Presto 06852 16-Inch Electric Skillet with Glass Cover (Kitchen)
    I bought the Presto 16-inch electric skillet with glass cover(06852) on 8/24/06 from Amazon.com. I was very satisfied with this product until yesterday when it was being used to heat chicken on the Warm setting. Without warning the cover exploded, spraying glass from the center of the cover everywhere. If I had been standing near it at the time I could have been seriously injured. I checked on the Internet and discovered that other people have experienced the same problem with other glass covered electric cookware. I will be replacing this unit with a metal-covered Presto electric skillet model 06850.
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  4. 675 of 703 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Did not last, March 5, 2011
    By 
    Ricco

    This product was non-stick for the first few uses, then gradually got worse. I would say a non-seasoned cast iron skillet would work better. Save your $$.
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  5. 1,269 of 1,330 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    worst nonstick pans ever, May 12, 2011
    By 
    nick

    I gave it a one star because I couldn’t go lower. Food sticks to it worse than a stainless steel pan. The company said for me to re season the pan. I did both pans exactly as they said. The food stuck. Redid them twice more.Food still stuck. If you cook eggs, you will have to submerge them in water for about 30 minutes to wash the stuck on eggs out.They must have used silicon spray on these pans to make the commercial. I tried using oil,butter,and pam with the same poor results.The pots have 100% satisfaction guarantee except it will cost you 30$ to mail back the 40$ pans. Seems like a scam to me. Do not buy these pans.
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  6. 1,355 of 1,426 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    dishonest company/business tactics, May 5, 2011
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    I don’t know how the pan really works, but I had a negative experience with the company itself so my review is regarding this.

    I went to their website and put this pan in my cart. It had me enter my credit card information, and then I clicked next, expecting it to go to a page where I could confirm my order. It went to offer after offer, trying to make me upgrade to more pans. Finally, I got sick of it and exited the page.

    A few minutes later I got a confirmation saying that I had purchased not only the pan, but a “free” gift which I had to pay about $7 shipping for. I did not want that, and it never gave me the option to reject the gift so I called the company immediately and told the woman I wanted to cancel my order. She tried to get me to but the pan without the “free” gift, but I said no, so she told me she would put a note in to cancel it.

    About a week later, the pan arrived in the mail, and I noticed that my card had been charged for the pan and “free” gift. I called the company to say that I had cancelled my order, and that this should have never been sent. I told them I did not want to pay the shipping to send it back because I, first of all, did not confirm to order it, and secondly, cancelled it immediately when I saw that it had gone through.

    She told me that the computer says I cancelled it on April 5th, after it had been sent. This is not true, because I called 5 minutes after I received the receipt in my email on March 30th. She said sorry, there was nothing she could do, if I wanted I could send it back and get refunded for the price of the item but not the shipping.

    I ended up filing a claim with my bank and giving the box back to the post office as a “Return to Sender,” so that I wouldn’t have to pay shipping. They ended up refunding the entire charge (which is why they get 2 stars instead of 1) but if I had not been so determined to not let them make me pay shipping, I could have easily paid $20 worth of shipping charges for something I didn’t even commit to ordering.

    P.S. I hate writing bad reviews. I only wrote this so that other people don’t get scammed like I almost did.

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