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Recipe Idea: Easy Sautéed Chicken with Shallot and Herb Pan Sauce

The chicken breast: weeknight staple, go-to protein, and a lot of the time, kind of boring.  Maybe a little dry.  Definitely nothing out of the ordinary. What if there was a way to make a piece of chicken exceptionally delicious, and still have it on the table in a half hour on a busy Tuesday night?  There is, and it comes down to two words: Pan Sauce.   At a basic level, a well-made great pan sauce adds great flavor, moisture and smoothness to a dish.  In this easy and extremely delicious recipe, the pan sauce reaches it's full potential.  Searing the chicken breasts in our 12" ANYWARE™ skillet seals in moisture, panko crumbs provide excellent crunch, and crispy roasted potatoes balance out the meal...

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Recipe Idea: Roasted Shishito Peppers and Okonomiyaki Pancakes

(Scroll down to watch the videos!) Here at Little Griddle we like to think we're a small company, but with a global outlook - about what we put in our stomachs. When it comes to snacking, we scour the planet for the best-tasting stuff to cook on the griddle, and today we're going to look pretty far from our home base near Detroit to explore some fabulous Japanese snacks: griddle-roasted Shishito peppers, and the fantastic cabbage pancake called Okonomiyaki. Shishito peppers are a beautiful small, mild pepper that tastes absolutely fantastic when griddled with a bit of oil and sprinkled with sea salt. They are mostly sweet peppers, but about one in twenty has a spicy bite to it. The...

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Recipe Idea: Diner-Style "Sliders" Cheeseburgers (with Fries!)

You might own a grill with an ample heat supply and perfectly fine grill grates. "Why," you might ask yourself, "Would I want to griddle my burgers?" Great question, and the answer might surprise you: griddled burgers can taste better than grilled burgers. When properly prepared, a perfectly grilled burger is one of the most delicious things you can make on a grill. Unfortunately perfect preparation is difficult - grill heat is dry, and meat juices drip into the grill, leading to dry meat and flare-ups. Stainless steel griddles solve those problems. Direct contact with the griddle promotes delicious browning and even cooking, and the meat retains its juices. No burns, no flare-ups, just great burgers cooked to your liking....

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