Five Reasons Why You Need an Outdoor Flattop Gas Griddle Appliance
If you have a griddle grill-topper accessory, then you already know a flattop griddle is the pathway to outdoor-cooking versatility and some pretty awesome meals.
But, while a griddle accessory is terrific, a dedicated, stand-alone, gas griddle appliance, might suit your needs even better. Here’s why:
Instead a gas-powered Le Griddle is a dedicated, freestanding appliance that’s always ready for action. It can be built right into your outdoor kitchen island when installed in an insulated liner or non-combustible cabinet, or it can sit on top of a non-combustible outdoor kitchen counter.
Available for natural or propane gas, each U-shaped burner cranks out 9,000 BTUs, and lights easily with a battery-powered, electronic igniter. Intuitive control knobs dial in the heat level you want, from gentle warming to full-power searing.
Its proprietary dual-plated design features a 304-stainless-steel solid cooktop bonded to a cast-iron plate. The cast iron material helps to hold and evenly distribute heat and maximize efficiency. Grease runoff is caught in a tray for easy cleanup, and the cooking surface steam-cleans in a snap using ice cubes and a nylon scrubby (check out how easy it is to clean, here).
Available in one-, two- and three-burner models, the compact Le Griddles don’t require a lot of outdoor-kitchen space, yet still have loads of cooking room on the griddle surface.
An optional lid accessory protects the unit when not in use. Patio cart bases are also available if you don’t plan to build your gas-powered Le Griddle into an outdoor kitchen, or prefer to keep it mobile. Storage doors in the cart base hide the propane tank.
Made in France, gas Le Griddles come with a lifetime warranty on the cooking plate and a five-year warranty on the other components.