Once your griddle surface is properly seasoned you should never have to repeat the seasoning process again unless the surface is damaged. After every cook, turn off the gas and as the griddle cools add a little water to the surface. The steam should loosen food debris (sticky sweet sauces are the worst) and allow it to be scraped off. Wipe the surface with a damp cotton or paper rag to remove the residual. Then apply a thin coat of cooking oil. Allow the surface to remain wet until your next cook.Makes sense. I may have those rags from Lowe's already but I'm certain I'll just not turn it up to high to season it any longer.
Man. I really need to get all my ducks in a row. But I have little doubt I'll be griddling well before long.
Hey man. Well it’s not a Flatrock, but the eggs are doing just fine. I put some butter down and they don’t really stick at all.How are the eggs coming out on the Traeger? Not really a big fan of eggs but my wife likes them. Would like to try them at some point soon.
I have cooked shrimp on my griddle, but my wife does not like shrimp, so I never cook enough to need a skewer. If you are doing a lot, skewers will help.Anyone ever cook Shrimp on a griddle and did it work well? We have some Shrimp I'd like to cook up. Good size Shrimp that I could throw on a skewer so I am not trying to turn so many over. I have enough to fill up several metal skewers I have. Would you cook on a high temp for the quick sear then turn over and quickly remove or a lower temp? Have never done Shrimp this way at all.
That does sound really good. Shooting for this weekend I hope.I have cooked shrimp on my griddle, but my wife does not like shrimp, so I never cook enough to need a skewer. If you are doing a lot, skewers will help.
Heat the griddle to about 400F (medium high). Put some oil on the griddle and then add some chopped garlic (optional). Then add a 2-3 Tablespoons of butter for flavor. Then place your skewered shrimp on the griddle. Add a little oil to the top of the shrimp to insure the butter does not burn. Season with your favorite seafood seasoning; I like Old Bay Seasoning. Flip your shrimp after 1 1/2 to 2 minutes. Add more seasoning after flipping if desired. It only takes 3-4 minutes to cook shrimp unless they are really large. If they are very large, you might need to flip more than once. If you overcook them, they become tough, so watch the color and remove them when they start to turn pink and begin to curl up. Because they cook so quickly, you won't have time to turn the heat down during the cook.
As soon as you remove them from the griddle, add a little fresh lemon juice or cocktail and enjoy.