The 10 Best Double Burner Griddles
This wiki has been updated 12 times since it was first published in November of 2018. Making breakfast for a crowd can be a challenge. Even large skillets can only accommodate two or three pancakes, requiring you to cook in small batches, so the first few are cold by the time you're finished. With one of these double-burner griddles, you can prepare more food at once, and some have ridged surfaces to add gorgeous grill marks to burgers, chicken, and steaks. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
December 08, 2020:
A stovetop griddle is one of the most useful kitchen accessories you can buy, and without a host of moving parts, they'll usually last you a long while so long as you wash them properly, heat them at the proper increments, and don't use them with temperatures that are too high. You'll find that all of the items listed here fit over two burners, but sport differing dimensions to cater to a variety of needs.
We decided to keep the Camp Chef Cast Iron around despite reports of cracking, as this is a common occurrence with cast iron when it's exposed to sudden thermal shock. The trick is to heat it slowly and keep it around medium-high heat. You won't need to go any higher due to the material's impressive heat-retaining and conducting capabilities. It's also smart to inspect for cracks upon arrival to ensure you don't exacerbate an already existing one.
Leaving the list today is the Little Griddle Anyware, AllClad Grande, and Chef's Secret 5-Ply, all of which became unavailable. We said goodbye to the Le Creuset Enameled, which was no longer offered in the flat option. We replaced it with the Le Creuset Enameled Skinny, an equally attractive and hard-wearing unit perfect for small apartments or a couple. It's got enough room to make a meal for about two, so if you require something bigger we'd suggest going for another selection. And for those who need something really big, the Chef King 7 Gauge should be your go-to. This commercial-grade model can withstand plenty of abuse over the years, and once it's cured will provide stick-free cooking for its lifetime. It comes with instructions that explain how to season it using all-natural methods.
We brought on the Coghlan's Non-Stick for those on a budget who need something lightweight and portable. It's conveniently dishwasher safe and has a hook for hanging it up to dry after wiping down its nonstick interior.
November 14, 2018:
We looked for griddles in a variety of sizes and materials in order to accommodate different preferences and cooking styles, including several options that can be used outdoors, whether on the grill or over a campfire. Chose the Lodge Pro-Grid Combo due to its quality construction, reversible design, and affordable price. Added the Le Creuset Enameled for its eye-catching design and induction compatibility. Also included the Chef's Secret 5-Ply for those who try to avoid nonstick coatings.
Finex Seasoned Cast Iron Crafted entirely by hand with heirloom quality, this double-burner griddle from Oregon-based Finex sports angled sides for flipping and turning while comfortable, quick-cool spring handles make lifting easy. It arrives preseasoned with organic flaxseed oil for a smooth, durable finish that resists sticking and rust. It's ideal for use on any type of cooktop, including induction, and has a perimeter channel to catch excess grease. finexusa.com
Staub Plancha Made in France, this enameled, heavyweight cast iron griddle is generously sized. It retains heat evenly and features a specially formulated matte-black enamel interior with traces of quartz, providing additional heat resistance and a rough surface for better browning. The coating is resistant to rust, chipping, and cracking, and does not need to be seasoned. It is dishwasher safe, but not recommended for glass stovetops. zwilling.com