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Using an Iron Griddle on a Glass Top Range?

I want to know if there is something made to use on glasstop ranges to protect them from scratching when you use an iron griddle.

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By Grandma Margie. (Guest Post)
August 1, 20061 found this helpful
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I found a cast iron skillet with the grill ridges in it recently. It is coated on the outside with a thick, bright red, porcelain coating so it works great on my ceramic stovetop......no scratching. Now I'm on the lookout for some regular skillets, coated the same. I found the one I have at a store called "Tuesday Morning".

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August 2, 20061 found this helpful
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I just use my cast iron griddle and pans. I made sure there were no rough edges to scratch my cooktop. I've done it for 16 years now. I figured that I bought my stove to use, not to baby, and I was going to get my money's worth from it. I use cast iron pans, I can, I use my pressure cooker, and I've never had one problem.

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August 2, 20060 found this helpful

Just make sure your iron griddle is not excessively heavy for the ceramic cooktop. They have been known to break and cost a lot to replace with a long waiting time (or so I have been told by someone who accidentally slammed down a large pot of water on hers and reaped the unfortunate consequences).

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By Grandma Margie (Guest Post)
August 2, 20060 found this helpful

susanmajp
Thanks for the info on your cooktop! I've only had mine a few years and confess that I do "baby" it to some extent.

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I absolutely love it and the ease of keeping it looking nice! I did wonder if using a canner on it would be wise and you've answered that question for me. Thanks for sharing!

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August 3, 20060 found this helpful

Pam,
I am glad you asked cuz I have only had my glasstop since last Nov. and been afraid to ruin it.
I am a fan of gas stoves but here I have to use
electric and this glasstop is the best so easy to clean and use.
I know where Licking is I used to drive through there to Boss, MO.

Annie
Hallsville, MO

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