CONTACT TEPPANYAKI / GRIDDLE (CLOSED POSITION) Perfect for sausages, boneless chicken and veggies, the contact Teppanyaki / Griddle saves time because you’re griddling both sides of your food at once. The Contact Grill, Panini Press, Teppanyaki & Waffle Maker was designed with convenience in mind, so our handle and hinge let the cover adjust to your food, so you get total contact. Evenly Teppanyaki / Griddle everything from thin hash browns to a thick steak. When cooking multiple items, it’s important to take the thickness of your food into consideration. Make sure your food is a consistent thickness so the cover will close evenly.
CONTACT GRILL (CLOSED POSITION) Get classic sear marks faster with the closed grill position. Utilizing two grill plates, you can get grill flavour in half the time. Just put your food in and close the grill to cook both sides at the same time. That means faster burgers, steaks, pork chops, and so much more. Always consider the thickness of your food before using this mode. Keeping your food to the same thickness will ensure it all cooks evenly
PANINI PRESS (CLOSED POSITION) Crispy paninis and wraps are easy with the Contact Grill, Panini Press, Teppanyaki & Waffle Maker. The Contact Grill, Panini Press, Teppanyaki & Waffle Maker is designed with a self-adjusting handle and hinge that lets you cover your sandwich or wrap completely so it cooks evenly. You can apply light pressure to the handle to press your food to your liking. Remember to take the thickness of your sandwiches into consideration when cooking so the cover will close evenly.
WAFFLE (CLOSED POSITION) To use your Contact Grill, Panini Press, Teppanyaki & Waffle Maker to make waffles, insert the top and bottom waffle plates. Select both plates for your browning from 1 to 7. The time is pre-set for you after adding the batter. Close the cover and press Start / Stop button to Start cooking. You will hear 3 beeps when the waffle is done (approximately 5 to 9 minutes). Prepare the next batch or turn off. Note: Waffle plates should always be used in the closed position, and should never be mixed with other plates.
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