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Cuisinart Griddler GR-4N

Cuisinart Griddler GR-4N

3.0 from 4 reviews

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  • 11 reviews

Works wonderfully but is too low-powered for some dishes.

Date PurchasedAug 2016


AnnieSouth East Queensland, QLD

  • 6 reviews
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Great for bacon & eggs, fish/chicken fillets, perfect steaks/sausages, sandwiches


You must use both heat & reversible plate options to achieve correct heat settings. Accompanying instructions not very clear, but I've successfully cooked juicy steaks as griddle-set to sear-lid closed. Elevate more to drain fat for bacon/sausages (wooden spoon under legs works fine). Too moist to cook most meat with veges, but perfect with chicken/fish fillets. Washes easily, place plates into warm soapy water or into dishwasher. If bulky it's lightweight to move around.



  • 8 reviews

it's ok for some things


bought this primarily for the waffle making feature, we purchased the waffle plates for it. I've never had another waffle maker so I can't be sure if this is good or bad, but it works well for waffles. i would never consider doing a steak on it, I can't imagine it would get hot enough. I don't see the point of doing bacon and eggs on it, when a frypan will do, but this might be the perfect machine to take on a road trip, or to have in an apartment for singles to use.

+ detachable plates are excellent for cleaning.

- it doesn't clip shut, so it won't store vertically. quite annoying.



I thought this would be the perfect replacement and was excited by removable plates but I'm asking for a refund. Takes far too long to heat, seems to not get hot enough to even do a sandwich efficiently, bread is so dry by time cheese is melted. Pity as it looked and sounded great.

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