Lodge Pro-Logic P12SG3 Square Griddle, 12-inch

January 9, 2016 - Comment

This popular Pro-Logic Cast Iron Griddle is Pre-Seasoned and ready to use. 12″ square with 3/4″ deep sides makes it ideal for cooking bacon, eggs, sausage, hash browns, French toast and pancakes. Contemporary rolled edge look and ergonomic handle. Product Features 12-Inch square with 3/4-inch deep sides makes it ideal for cooking bacon, eggs, sausage,

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This popular Pro-Logic Cast Iron Griddle is Pre-Seasoned and ready to use. 12″ square with 3/4″ deep sides makes it ideal for cooking bacon, eggs, sausage, hash browns, French toast and pancakes. Contemporary rolled edge look and ergonomic handle.

Product Features

  • 12-Inch square with 3/4-inch deep sides makes it ideal for cooking bacon, eggs, sausage, hash browns, French toast and pancakes
  • Pre-seasoned and ready to use
  • Features tapered walls
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made in USA

Comments

M. Eanes says:

Just what I wanted… I ordered this griddle to replace my Teflon one – trying to replace all my teflon cookware piece by piece. I’m VERY happy with it. It came pre-seasoned and ready to use, and I’ve used it a dozen times already; for pancakes, for quesadillas and most recently, for grilled cheese sandwiches. It does take some “getting used to”. It is very heavy for one. And it takes a while to pre-heat, because you don’t want to heat it up too fast. I usually start it out on low heat (around 3 or 4 on my electric range). I pre-heat for about 5 minutes. This way, the heat gets evenly distributed. If you start cooking too soon, yes, it will be unevenly heated. Once you bring it up to heat, you need to watch it to make sure it doesn’t get too hot. I leave it on 3 or 4, closer to 3 for pancakes, closer to 4 for grilled cheese – and it has cooked everything perfectly. Cleans up like a professional non-stick item and is tough, tough, tough. I use my steel pizza cutter to cut through quesadillas…

S. Mason says:

Still the (second) favorite after two years I bought this griddle in September 2011 and waited until now to write a review because I wanted to know how it performed over a long period of time. A review written within a few weeks of purchase might not carry as much weight as a review on a product that’s been in constant use for a couple of years.In addition to this griddle, we have several skillets, a bean pot, and Dutch ovens made of cast iron. The durability and reliability of cast iron is undisputed; however, cooking with cast iron is different than using non-stick and it sometimes takes a bit of time to understand the nuances between the two products.This griddle is our second favorite cookware (the first is a small cast iron skillet I’ve had for over 40 years) and we use it several times a week. A few mornings ago ham was on one side of the griddle, scrambled eggs were taking up half the griddle, and a few pieces of sausage were in another corner. It’s great for making omelets. We’ll use it to…

Dr. John. says:

Not so hot. I have a collection of Lodge pans in the kitchen “tool box” so it was a no brainer that getting this griddle would be an exciting addition. It showed up in perfect shape and was even pre-seasoned. I was sure that cooking would be a snap but was quickly very disappointed. After mixing up some delicious home made pancakes, I quickly ruined the first pan full by the pan burning the ones in the middle and under cooking all the others. We use a state of the art G.E. gas stove with very good ratings. The burners all are very even and heat perfectly. After shifting the griddle around to other burners, there was no change. This problem usually stems from poor materials and inconsistent construction. For any other griddle, I would take it in stride but for a Lodge product, this was surprising and unexpected. For comparison purposes, I put on the large skillet and cooked up a perfect set of pancakes. I’ve never had such an experience and couldn’t believe it! This shouldn’t stop you from buying…

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