Presto Tilt-n-Fold Griddle, 19"
About this item
- Presto Tilt-n-Fold Griddle, 19"
- Great for large family breakfasts, lunches and dinners
- Adjustable surface for flipping eggs to draining bacon
- Heavy-cast aluminum griddle is nonstick & nearly warp-proof
- Fits in most standard cabinets
Make breakfast for the whole family with the Presto Tilt-n-Fold Griddle, 19". This large commercial griddle is designed for cooking several different items at once. Commercial grills like this one are best known for breakfast cooking, since you can get all kinds of different breakfast specialties going all at once. However, there is much more to a Presto Tilt-n-Fold Griddle than just breakfast.
What Can You Make On The Presto Tilt-n-Fold Griddle?
Since this is a flat-top commercial grill, anything that is not too wet or sauces can easily be cooked on the Presto Tilt-n-Fold Griddle. This is an especially popular choice for breakfast cooking as home chefs can easily get multiple eggs, bacon, hashbrowns and pancakes going at the same time. Practically speaking, though, the Presto Tilt-n-Fold Griddle isn't much different from a traditional hibachi grill, either, if you want to cook up some delicious Asian-inspired cuisine. The limit is really just your imagination.
Is The Presto Tilt-n-Fold Griddle Too Big?
At 19" this commercial griddle certainly isn't small. However, the "Tilt-n-Fold" griddle doesn't get its name for nothing. Once you've finished cooking and cleaning, the legs on the Presto Tilt-n-Fold collapse in and the drip surface folds in so that the grill fits neatly alongside your cookie sheets and casserole dishes. Most standard kitchen cabinets are 18" and the Presto Tilt-n-Fold Griddle will fit in perfectly.
Why Does The Surface Tilt?
There are a lot of reasons to have a cooking surface that isn't stationary. When you are cooking in a pan, you can easily use the handle to move it around and get things where you need them to be. For most commercial griddles this is is impossible. Not for the Presto Tilt-n-Fold Griddle, though. The flexible surface makes it easier to get under eggs for flipping or to do something as simple as drain some excess bacon grease.