At Little Griddle we spend a lot of time thinking about about the types of outdoor cooking that work best on a grill-top griddle or in a skillet over a grill or campfire, and the foods that are delicious right off of the grates, and we've never seen that concept explained in chart form before!
In the interest of better outdoor cooking for everyone, here are the results of the exhaustive outdoor cookware testing that Little Griddle has conducted over the years. Let us know what we should add!
|Standard Grill Grates
|Grill-top Griddles by Little Griddle
|ANYWARE™ Skillet by Little Griddle
|Yes, but it's gonna roll everywhere
|We suggest olive oil and salt
|You can even slice them small and add to pasta!
|It will work
|Pass the lettuce wraps
|Yes! But for this we'd take the griddle
|Yes, and keeps them juicy!
|Only if you love wonderful food
|Chocolate chip cookies
|Very, very tricky
|Can be done
|Uh, not so much
|Tough but possible
|Crepes / Dosa
|Pour in the batter and let us know how this goes
|Ready for fillings
|Pretty much perfect
|These are ideal on a griddle
|Bring it right to the table!
|Fish - Filet
|Tough, need some foil
|No doubt + butter/lemon/capers!
|Doesn't even break a sweat
|Green coffee beans
|Impress your neighbors!
|Yes. Don't singe it!
|Like you're sitting in a diner
|Gyoza / Dumplings
|No no no no no
|Without a doubt
|Helps to have a skewer
|Ha ha ha ha ha ha
|Griddles were made for dishes like this
|Let us know how it turns out
|This will be great
|May we suggest syrup?
|If you like your pasta uncooked and on fire
|There are better uses for a griddle
|Now we're talking!
|Actually, a charred romaine is terrific
|But for spinach, you need a griddle
|Steam that broccoli!
|Yes, but they fall through
|Keep an eye on 'em!
|Add butter and they caramelize!
|Steak with Pan Sauce
|For this, there's a better option
|Zip, Red Wine or Herb Butter?