Reddit Reddit reviews Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Reversible Grill/Griddle With Handles, 20 Inch x 10.5 Inch

We found 50 Reddit comments about Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Reversible Grill/Griddle With Handles, 20 Inch x 10.5 Inch. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Reversible Grill/Griddle With Handles, 20 Inch x 10.5 Inch
20 x 10.5 cooking areaUse on all cooking surfaces, grills and campfiresOven safeSauté, sear, fry, bake and stir fry to heart's content
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50 Reddit comments about Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Reversible Grill/Griddle With Handles, 20 Inch x 10.5 Inch:

u/sunderaubg · 18 pointsr/AskCulinary

If you’re not that committed, or want to test the idea, you can also try a cast iron or stainless griddle directly on the burners. Like this thing:

u/[deleted] · 12 pointsr/DIY
u/Icouldbeanyone · 11 pointsr/seriouseats

Found it on Amazon 50% cheaper.

Definitely getting one of these.

u/ShinyTile · 8 pointsr/Cooking


You've already got a stove, this will just help you use it in a new way. I'm not a fan of uni-taskers (and I put a griddle in that category.)

u/Mac1822 · 6 pointsr/Cooking

Here. Bonus because the flat side is great for pancakes.

u/Philoso4 · 5 pointsr/Cooking

We also have a tiny kitchen, and here's my advice. We improved on our space by putting a storeables rack underneath our barstool-height table, and our table has wheels if we need more leg room.

>a slow cooker, a pressure cooker, a rice cooker, a panini press, a juicer, a food processor, a blender, a hot pot, an indoor grill, bakeware stuffs, and a set of basic cookware.

We have a grill/griddle that I'd go nuts without, and it generally stays on the stove.

A cast iron Dutch oven also works as a skillet if you need it to, but we store my skillets in the oven.

You could probably use a vitamix as a food processor too, though I have not tried. If you don't have a vitamix, stick with the food processor and ditch your toy blender.

We have two nesting saucepans, and our mixing bowls, strainers etc fit on the shelf above them. Our sandwich/steak weights (get rid of the panini maker) fit next to the bowls. Our bakeware fits under the oven. Our appliances fit on the shelving unit (mixer, food processor, toaster, mixer accessories, blender, popcorn maker(who okayed that?), slow cooker, and dish towels etc).

Having a small kitchen SUUUUCKS if you like to cook as much as we do, but if it's what you got, ikea and storeables are your best friends.

I didn't really answer your question because I didn't understand your question, is one to replace everything? Or the other two?

u/Yuccaphile · 4 pointsr/Cooking

If you go with cast iron, get a double burner griddle. You can have higher heat on one side for bacon, lower on the other for eggs. They're also the best for pancakes if you're flipping with a spatula as there is little lip to deal with.

This link is not provided as an endorsement of the supplier or manufacturer, just as an example of what I'm talking about:


u/GERONIMOOOooo___ · 4 pointsr/Cooking

Yep - get one of these

u/Savage_Warrior_13 · 4 pointsr/webergrills

you could get a cast Iron Skillet (this is the one i have and it's awesome

I've used it to make Al Pastor and it did a great job on the grill (I was using my dad's Char Broil Commercial Series Infrared Grill)

u/bonafidebob · 3 pointsr/Cooking

He did say "griddle", not pan.

I've made cast iron pan pizza starting on a stovetop and finishing in the oven, and I like the way the crust comes out, but this definitely makes a deeper dish pizza than a NY style.

I've got a decent sized cast iron griddle too but I've never tried it for pizza -- I'll put it on my list of things to try! It's oblong shape (10' x 20') will make it hard to use for a round pie, but oblong is OK with me.

u/Trodamus · 3 pointsr/GifRecipes

Assuming you mean type and not specific brand and model: a grill pan.

Lodge makes a good reversible cast iron one:

u/WitOfTheIrish · 3 pointsr/CFB

Add one of these (or these, if you're a round grill guy)to your tailgating equipment, and begin to understand the glory of grilled breakfast foods! Eggs, pancakes, bacon, hashbrowns - the world of deliciousness is your oyster my friend.

And the good lord saw fit to invent the bloody mary, irish coffee, and breakfast beer for a reason.

u/millertyme007 · 3 pointsr/Cooking

These can go over two burners on an oven

Lodge Pro-Grid Cast Iron Grill and Griddle Combo. Reversible 20" x 10.44" Grill/Griddle Pan with Easy-Grip Handles

u/DreamerInMyDreams · 3 pointsr/Cooking

you could just get a 2 burner griddle

u/realgenius13 · 2 pointsr/Atlanta

This is great advice!

I've gotten some rather good steaks from Publix actually. You just have to keep a good eye on the fat marbling in the ribeye's because it can be rather inconsistent in their choice beef since about 50% of cows fall into that category, you wanna make sure you're getting the upper end of that 50%.
If you are like me and don't have a grill I cannot recommend this product enough for making steaks and burgers and damn near any other meat product. It's what they use in place of grills on Chopped and they tend to get rather professional results. I honestly use the flat side more because I think it makes great burgers. You just can't beat cast iron for getting hot as hell with very even heat distribution, which is what it takes to make a good steak.

u/dvshero · 2 pointsr/foodhacks

I use a cast iron griddle is probably the best way I do mine if not using my gril:

u/travellingmonk · 2 pointsr/CampingGear

Rather than get a "grill" stove, I'd get a normal dual burner stove, and buy a cast iron griddle/grill like this:

They work pretty well and are easy to clean. I've got one at home, and we use it to grill steaks once in a while (live in an apt. where I can't grill outdoors). The griddle is nice too since it's so big and easy to clean.

I've got a Coleman Powerpack 30k BTU stove... now discontinued, but it's a beast, much bigger and 3X heavier than the standard dual-burner stove. It works great as a camp stove for larger parties, but I've been thinking of picking up a Camp Chef Everest because mine is so big and heavy.

OGL has reviews of stoves.

The Wirecutter has some reviews as well.

u/JJamiemarsh · 2 pointsr/food

Or go full out and get the reversible. Then you can make perfect crossed grill marks and shit.

u/flunkytown · 2 pointsr/food

Or this motherfucker. Don't know what I would do without mine.

u/up2late · 1 pointr/Bacon

Here, enjoy.

u/darr76 · 1 pointr/rva

This cast iron griddle that I have suffciently ruined because I didn't realize how cast iron worked when I received it. It is free to a good home that would like to rehab it, otherwise I will like toss it out.

u/XrayJingoSierra · 1 pointr/camping

We have one of these that we bring everywhere when camping. It does double duty on top of a campfire as well in case you run out of gas. My favorite thing is one you’re done cooking you can flip it over and burn off all the grease. After burning everything off, spray it with Pam and wipe clean. I have one for home we use inside as well as on the grill/smoker

u/MountainMantologist · 1 pointr/steak

Nice! I like the idea of cast iron as opposed to carbon steel but Amazon has much cheaper prices than Lodge's own website

and good point re: the handles. I figured I would leave the griddle on the grill and just sear the steaks and then take them off. Then deal with griddle cleanup after it's cool off. I think even with more pronounced handles I wouldn't be trying to lift and carry a 700 degree piece of iron around haha

u/brownfuzz · 1 pointr/gaybros

The broiler is your friend!

I've also got one of [these bad boys] ( for when I feel like I need that grill kissed steak.

The marinade/rub is more important to me than the charcoal flavor, so I don't have much trouble adjusting.

u/Arshion · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm going to have a BBQ with my family this weekend and go fishing! Its exciting. I get to hang out with my little baby nephew who is adorable!

I would love to have this griddle

1.21 gigawatts! Yay

u/briggs851 · 1 pointr/grilling

I use something like this.

I place it over the direct heat in my pellet grill for all my searing...usually in the 400° - 500° range.

u/Airatak · 1 pointr/AustinClassifieds

sweet! this is exactly what i was looking for, how much would your friend charge for this? i have this griddle and i would only want the flat side to be smooth.

u/Alexhasskills · 1 pointr/slowcooking

Try this!

Lodge LPGI3 Cast Iron Reversible Grill/Griddle, 20-inch x 10.44-inch, Black

u/PsychicWarElephant · 1 pointr/sousvide

a heavy bottom roasting pan that you can put on a stove top. Or a cast iron indoor griddle that goes over 2 burners.

something like this griddle

u/FataleJunkie · 1 pointr/steak

Lodge LPGI3 Pro-Grid Cast Iron Reversible 20" x 10" Grill/Griddle Pan with Easy-Grip Handles 10" x 20"

u/butaud · 1 pointr/sousvide

Yeah, I just didn't know if OP already has one or is considering buying one. I'm saving up for the griddle version to sear stuff and make smashed burgers. I have a cast iron griddle but it is really difficult to keep the "grill" side clean and well seasoned.

u/wzl46 · 1 pointr/smoking

My method for reverse sear: put steaks on a rack which then goes onto a cookie sheet. They go into the oven at 275 until they are 125 internal temp, which is usually about 40-50 minutes. They rest for 10 to 15 minutes, then they get seared off on my Lodge dual sided griddle that has been thoroughly heated over my propane burner outside. There will be a lot of smoke during the searing process, so without a good ventilation system in my kitchen, doing it outside is crucial.

I use the ridged side of the griddle to get good griddle marks. Each steak goes down on the griddle for 90 seconds, turned 90 degrees for good grill marks for 90 seconds, then flipped. The same thing is done on the other side. Because the steaks were already rested, and the searing is not heating the steak through, there is no need to rest the steak again after searing.

EDIT: When the mood hits me, I'll fire up the smoker and heat the steaks in there instead of the oven.

u/chloedawg · 1 pointr/castiron

I have the pro-grid grill/griddle combo. I thought I would use the grill portion more than the griddle but I find that I never use the grill side. It is definitely heavy!

It's this one

u/CastIronKid · 1 pointr/castiron

I'm thinking probably not. That style Wagner logo looks like the one that was made in China relatively recently. You could get a brand new Lodge reversible griddle for $45 or $30 on Amazon. You could probably find a vintage Wagner with the stylized logo (and Sidney -O-) on eBay for less than $50 too, though that would likely not be reversible. I'd keep hunting.

u/jw23222 · 1 pointr/Chefit

We use a lodge cast iron grill pan over two of our burners, one turned all the way up the other a little lower so you have a bit of a heat gradient, easily gets up to 800-900 degrees.You’ll get a nice char on steaks and veggies, plus it’s hot enough to still put some pans on if sauté gets hit.

Lodge LPGI3 Pro-Grid Cast Iron Reversible 20" x 10" Grill/Griddle Pan with Easy-Grip Handles 10" x 20"

u/golfrinserepeat · 1 pointr/seriouseats

I have one of these, nicely seasoned using flax seed oil, and it is awesome at roasting stuff but I use it all the time on my gas range. Seriously, for $40 it's the bomb.

u/Jowlsey · 1 pointr/BBQ

Someone recommended this to me for a project I was working on. It looks pretty close except it has the lip around the edge. Not sure if the lip would be an issue for you or not. If it is a problem, I imagine someone with metal working tools could cut it off.

**edit or just get the real thing and don't worry about modifications.

u/timrbrady · 1 pointr/castiron

I've found several good deals on Lodge at TJ Maxx/Home Goods. I got the large double sided griddle for $25.

u/Captain_Midnight · 1 pointr/keto

You may want to try a double-burner griddle. It won't get you five pounds of cooked bacon at once, but it gives you a lot of surface area to work with. Plus you can buy two and cover the whole stovetop. Much cheaper than the commercial-grade four-burner griddles that restaurants buy.

u/scotland42 · 1 pointr/castiron

I got mine for $50 at Cabela's. It's the larger Lodge one. Like this

u/bigpipes84 · 1 pointr/sousvide

Something like this would work well. You can use 2 burners at once. Probably not the best for anything other than gas and maybe electric coil stove tops, but it gives you the real estate you need for searing.

u/Hufflepuft · 0 pointsr/AskCulinary

I couldn't say for sure if that would burn or not, it would likely depend how close it is to the burner/coals. Aluminum melts at 1220F, propane burns over 5000f and charcoal burns at 4800F. So I would be hesitant to try that.
I would recommend a grill pan like this or one that appropriately fits your grill. Just wait till it cools and scrape it into the trash.

u/arkieguy · 0 pointsr/sousvide

Lodge LPGI3 Pro-Grid Cast Iron Reversible 20" x 10" Grill/Griddle Pan with Easy-Grip Handles 10" x 20"

u/e30eric · 0 pointsr/Cooking

Any reason to use non-stick for eggs? I've been using my cast iron griddle (like this one and it's "more non-stick" with eggs than any non-stick I've ever tried.

u/Edward_Morbius · -2 pointsr/Cooking

Here you go.

Your grandchildren will still be using it 50 years after you're gone.