Reviewing the Exclusive Black & Decker Family Electric Griddle

Reviewing the Exclusive Black & Decker Family-Sized Electric Griddle
Written by Alyssia Walmsley

For people who have a limited budget, the BLACK+DECKER Family-Sized Electric Griddle may already be more than enough. With a $28.66 price tag on Amazon, you can already cook a lot of food with its 10 x 20 inch cooking surface. It also has a non-stick surface which makes it easy to cook food and clean up afterwards. The built-in sliding warming tray also allows you to keep your food hot while you prepare and cook other stuff. This ensures that you’re always serving hot food, even if it does take you a while to prepare everything else. You also don’t have to worry about too much oil because any excess grease will just drain into the removal drip tray for easy cleaning.

The BLACK+DECKER Family-Sized Electric Griddle is also very easy to clean and store, and it is also lightweight. This is great news for people who live alone and don’t really enjoy the cleaning aspect of working in the kitchen. There are some downsides, however. Some caveats include a short cord which may be a problem if your power outlets are far from any cooking surface. The drip tray may also be small if you’re frying foods that have too much grease. However, if you just need something that will get the job done and do so efficiently without a hefty price tag, then this electric griddle may already be all you need.

The Best Electric Griddle for Your Kitchen

You can use your stove for cooking almost anything if you are resourceful, but using an electric griddle can be the better choice for some types of food. Although your frying pan can technically do the job, griddles usually have a bigger surface which provides even heat distribution, making it easier to control of the temperature and the final outcome of your dish.

Electric griddles are most helpful when you are having people over as it can be used for cooking in bulk, as well as for keeping your food heated. This makes it easier to make food in large quantities and ensure that doesn’t end up going bad. How to choose one for yourself? Well, there’s plenty to choose from, but like any other kitchen appliance, it is important to assess your needs and preferences in order to get the option that best matches with it.

About the author

Alyssia Walmsley

Alyssia is a Cornell University graduate of 2003 and a former lead technology development manager for Microsoft and Cisco Networking Systems. Between writing on her blog, Blubbr, she likes adventures and chocolate sprinkles.

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