A: Hi! The stainless steel grill pan is ideal for fish fillets or other delicate items that may fall between the grates. We recommend our full size or insert griddles for pancakes on the grill. Hope this helps!
A: I wouldn't recommend it. Go with something that catches the grease.
A: Hello! Yes, you can use this pan to make bacon. If flare ups prove to be an issue, try reducing the heat setting of your grill, and also make sure that the inside of your grill is clean prior to cooking bacon. Thanks!
A: I don't know why you couldn't cook bacon on this pan. I've cooked shrimp and asparagus.
A: You could cook bacon on the stainless steel grill pan, but if the bacon has a significant fat percent, that fat will drip down into the fire and then flare up. One way to do it would be to line the grill pan with aluminum foil (heavy foil) so that you are basically cooking the bacon in the bacon grease. I haven't tried this approach, but unless your bacon fat overflows the grill pan or you tear the foil, it should work.
A: Yes it can and is easy to clean
A: Yes. I do it all the time. However the steaks need to be trimmed of the extra fat so the grease will not drip down and flare up and singe the steaks.
A: Hello! Yes, you can certainly cook steaks on this grill pan. Thanks!
A: Yes cook anything you want on this.
A: You can definitely cook steaks on it. You can cook whatever you would on an ordinary grill and not have to worry about the food falling through.
A: I have used it for shrimp and asparagus. Don't see why you couldn't use it for steaks but I always cook steaks directly on grill grates.
A: Absolutely this pan Cooks up food great and the food doesn't fall between the grates
A: Yes, we've grilled pork kabobs on it successfully several times.
A: Hello! Yes, you can use this pan to grill kabobs. Thanks!