WOLL TEPPENYAKI GRILL SHEET
WOLL -- Quality, German-made cookware.
- Made in Germany.
- Compatible with gas, electric, ceramic, and halogen cooking surfaces.
- Woll's hard-base coating with superior non-stick properties.
The Woll Grill Sheet has so many uses and is a great addition to every kitchen:
Use it on top of your stove/elements as a large frypan...great for breakfasts and delicious pancakes!
It makes a great BBQ tray also...in fact the size fits most BBQ hot plates perfectly! Make cleaning up the BBQ easier and use it for BBQ dishes involving sauce, chicken, fish, prawns, scallops, etc.
Put it in the oven and use it as a baking tray...cookies will be cooked through perfectly!
And of course the all-important grill sheet...use it under the hot grill in your oven for fish, bacon, pork, etc.
The approximately 8mm - thick bottom will not distort, even at extremely high temperatures, guaranteeing outstanding quality and excellent cooking results. Thanks to its special thermal property, it absorbs heat optimally and distributes it evenly during cooking.
Our extremely resistant, patented high-tech titanium coating brings together two of the advantages of modern cookware: our products are cut and abrasion resistant and, at the same time, they excel through their unique non-stick properties, allowing little or even no-fat cooking without sticking – ideal for healthy and vitamin-rich meals.
NOT SUITABLE FOR INDUCTION STOVETOPS
SpecificationsProduct Dimensions (Inches, includes handles):
19.5 x 11 x .8Product Weight (lbs):
25 year limited for pot/pan warping or buckling. 3 year limited against manufacturer's defects and/or non-stick coating.
Care & FAQ's
My food is starting to stick to my pan.It is important to heat the pan for 1-2 minutes first. After the pan has heated, add a very small amount of oil just before adding your ingredients. To keep the use of oil/butter minimal (recommended), simply use a paper towel to wipe the pan with your chosen cooking oil. This way the oil will not become volatile from overheating as this can affect the coating. Please be aware of the smoke point of the oil you are using, as again overheating can damage the pan's coating.
I accidentally burnt food in my pan and need to clean it out.After soaking the pan for 1 hour in mild soap and water, we encourage you to use a nylon pad (no harsh abrasives such as an SOS pad) to remove any remaining debris. If this doesn't work, try using a bit of rhubarb; fill the pan with water and the rhubarb and simmer the solution for about 20 minutes to naturally help remove the carbonized food.
I accidentally left my removable handle on in the broiler and melted it.Contact our office for a replacement part via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Charges will apply.