5. To remove cooked-on food, use a plastic bristle brush, polyester, or nylon mesh
pad. Be sure to wipe the handles after each use. Dry with a soft cloth.
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TO GET THE MOST FROM YOUR GRILL & GRIDDLE
• To prevent scratching the grill surface, always use plastic utensils. Never cut
foods on the grill.
• Flat, thin, and boneless foods grill best. Foods that are too thick take longer to
cook (like bone-in chicken breasts, or corn on the cob).
• For low fat foods, i.e. fish steaks, chicken breasts, turkey burgers, vegetables, use
a light coating of vegetable oil to keep foods from drying out or sticking to the grill.
• If using non-stick cooking spray, lightly spray both sides of non-fatty foods (like
chicken tenders) prior to placing on grill.
• If you are using the grill for hamburgers, you can simultaneously use the griddle
for a grilled cheese sandwich to make two lunches at once. Or, use the griddle to
toast/heat rolls and buns for the burgers.
• Use low and medium settings to reheat previously cooked foods, to keep foods
warm after cooking, or to cook very thin sliced or delicate foods like apple or
Up to 5 slices
2 - 3,
5 - 7 oz. (142 - 198 g) each
Up to 8
1 - 2 steaks, 3/4 - 1-1/4"
(1.91 - 3.18 cm thick)
Up to 10 (1 lb./454 g)
Up to 2 slices.
Up to 2
Up to 2
Cover grill surface
1, about 1/2î (1.27 cm) thick, 5 - 7 minutes
8" (20 cm) diameter
Up to 4 qtr. pound burgers
Up to 3
Up to 4, about 3/4"
(1.91 cm) thick
2 - 3 patties, up to
Up to 18, large size
Up to 2, 3/4 - 1"
(1.91 - 2.54 cm) thick
Always preheat 10-12 minutes before cooking.
SUGGESTIONS & TIPS
7 - 8 minutes
Cook on grill to desired doneness.
15 - 25 minutes
Small breast sections cook most evenly. Cook
on grill until juices run clear.
6 - 8 minutes
Lightly spray tenders on both sides with non-
stick cooking spray before placing on grill to
keep moist and juicy.
16 - 25 minutes
Cook on grill until fish is opaque and flakes
easily with a fork. Use griddle to cook onion
slices or asparagus.
8 - 10 minutes
Cook on grill. Use griddle to heat rolls.
1-1/2 minutes per side Cook on griddle. Use grill area for sausage or
5 - 6 minutes
Cook on griddle. Fresh eggs work best. Use
spatula to block egg white from running down
3 - 4 minutes per side
Spread outside of bread with butter or mar-
garine. Fill sandwich with cheese slices.
Cook on griddle. Use grill to cook bacon to
add to sandwiches.
4 - 15 minutes
Slice fruits (such as apples, pineapple)
(depending on food)
and vegetables (onions, peppers, squash,
eggplant) 1/4" (.64 cm) thick. Lightly brush
both sides with butter or oil. Sprinkle with
favorite herbs or spices.
Cook on grill. Use griddle to heat/cook
10 - 12 minutes
Cook on grill. Use griddle to heat/toast buns.
1 minute per side
Cook on griddle. Use grill to cook bacon or
17 - 20 minutes
Cook on grill. Use griddle to cook apple
10 - 20 minutes
Cook on grill. Turn often. Use griddle for pep-
per and onion slices, or pancakes.
3 - 5 minutes
Cook on griddle. Use grill for vegetable slices,
like zucchini, summer squash or eggplant.
11 - 13 minutes
Cook on grill. Use griddle for onions or