Drip ’N Griddle Pan 2.0 – Deluxe
***New Stock Arriving Aprox 10th July. Pre-Orders Available To Secure Your Items***
The Drip ‘N Griddle Pan – Deluxe lives up to its name….and more!
Drip Pan – Made from nearly 4 pounds of sturdy and durable 304 stainless steel, the Drip ‘N Griddle Pan is contoured to fit perfectly next to the Slow ‘N Sear on the charcoal grate. Say goodbye to messy foil – even the biggest messes are contained by the Pan’s raised edges and the easy-access side handles make cleaning up after a cook a breeze!
Griddle – Transfer the Pan to the cooking grate and place it above the coals for a flat-top grilling experience on your kettle. Bacon and eggs, anyone?
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***New stock arriving 26th August. Available for pre-order with free Charcoal Cherry Picker (while stocks last)***
The Deluxe version features sleeker, streamlined edges; exterior welded handles and comes standard with a stainless steel Roasting Rack! Use the Roasting Rack together with the Pan for a complete roasting solution. Or take advantage of the specially designed feet that allow the pan to sit directly on the charcoal grate making it a simple, easy way to transfer small items on/off the grill.
Compatible with 57cm/67cm kettles and the Weber Summit® Charcoal Grill.
Not interested in using the Pan for griddling? Take a look at the Drip ‘N Roast Pan!
|Dimensions||51 × 33 × 10 cm|
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Adrenaline Barbecue Company has a wealth of information and support on their website including: (All pages open in new tabs)
How Does Slow 'N Sear Work?
The "magic" of Slow 'N Sear
Slow 'N Sear Buyers Guide
Which Slow 'N Sear fits my grill?
An extensive range of product demonstrations, hints, tips and excellent recipes
Your questions answered
Downloadable and printable product guides
The optimum method to get your grill started
Cold Grate Technique
The perfect sear using the Cold Grate Technique - *** transform how you cook your steak***
Step by step instructions and videos
Meet the inventor of the Slow 'N Sear