About this item
At a glance
- 16.75 inch x 9.5 inch
- Foundry seasoned, ready to use upon purchase.
- Use on all cooking surfaces, grills and campfires.
- Some induction tops may not be compatible with double-burner griddles.
- Oven safe.
- Sauté, sear, fry, bake and stir fry to heart’s content.
Q: Do you think this could be used on an electric stove top?
A: It'd work, but in my experience cast iron isn't good for the glasstop as it scratches.submitted bycorman84 - 3 years ago
A: It probably wouldn't work very well, gas is preferred. Electric would take a pretty long time, but it would be ok.submitted byHoffstir - 6 years ago
A: The Lodge website says it does work on glass tops. It just takes a while to heat up.submitted byWp1382 - 5 years ago
A: The best way to find out is to try it, but if it heats a cast iron skillet this wouldn't be any difference.submitted byPam - 6 years ago
Q: The description says "This dishwasher-safe, reversible iron griddle by Lodge has a permanently welded handle for safety and ease of use." Then further down it says hand-wash only. Which is it?
A: Hand wash only for all cast iron. The description might need to be revised.submitted bysnowpixi - 7 years ago
A: Only hand wash cast iron and never use SOAP! The soap with get in the cast iron and your food will taste like soap. Use extremely hot water and scrub if you need to then coat it with oil after every use. The more you do this it will become non-stick. I have been using cast iron pans for 30 years. Here is a trick- If you have stuck on food after you have tried hot water pour salt in your pan and scrub with a paper towel or stiff brush. It will act like an abrasive and get off the residue. Good luck!submitted byDCharles - 7 years ago
A: Hand-wash only. All cast iron is hand-wash only. It will be ruined by putting it in the dishwasher.submitted byHoffstir - 7 years ago
A: They are very contradictory on this in there care video they show using soap but in instructions say not to. Id advise against it but you can return within a year so do it and if it messes up exchange it.submitted byRd - 2 years ago
Q: Can this be used on a glass top stove?
A: I have not tried it yet, but we do use our Lodge skillets on our glass top stove. Use just have to be careful when moving the cast iron as it can scratch the surface. I do love our griddle though. We just haven't had occasion to use it since having the new stove installed.submitted byTraci - 7 years ago
A: It would not be advisable to use any cast iron cookware on a glass top range as it will scratch the surface and has the potential to break the glass from the heat and weight.submitted byAtm473 - 7 years ago
Q: can this be used on a gas grill
A: Yes, the Lodge reversible griddle may be used on a gas grill.submitted byLodge Manufacturing - 1 year agoBrand expert
Q: The description says this works with induction cooktops. Can anyone confirm? I'm skeptical, at least when trying to use grills face down.
A: Yes, the Lodge reversible grill/griddle will work on an induction cooktop.submitted byLodge Manufacturing - 2 years agoBrand expert
Q: what is the difference between this and the one that measures 20 x 10.5 aside from the difference in size?
A: The other difference is the placement of the handles. The items can be used and cared for the same way.submitted byLodge Manufacturing - 2 years agoBrand expert
Q: Is the reversible grill side safe to put on a gas griddle top?
A: Yes, the grill/griddle is safe to be used on a gas griddle top.submitted byLodge Manufacturing - 2 years agoBrand expert
Q: Can this be used over an electric coiled stove top?
A: The Lodge reversible griddle/grill (LDP3) may me used on an electric coil stove top. I will need to fit on two burners to be heated correctly.submitted byLodge Manufacturing - 2 years agoBrand expert
Q: Has anyone used this griddle on an induction stove? How well does it work? It says it's compatible, but I'm wary because the bottom side of the griddle couldn't possibly sit flat against the cooktop.
A: Yes, we have many customers who successfully use the griddle on induction stovetop without any problems at all!submitted byLodge Manufacturing - 3 years agoBrand expert
Q: Has anyone tried using this on an electric stove top? If so, what’s been your process? Is it manageable?
A: yes, it works similar to any other stove tops. I like it for breakfast because it holds heat wellsubmitted byTarget Guest - 3 years ago