How to Season Your Teppanyaki Griddle Top?
Season Your Teppanyaki Griddle In four Easy Steps
The Cookeryaki Teppanyaki Griddle Top Gas Grill is a perfect grill to bring new flavors to your backyard, but before firing for the first time, it is important to season the Teppanyaki griddle top. This simple step can prevent food from sticking to the surface of the grill and extend the life of the entire grill. Think of this as a coming-of-age ceremony for you to enter a new world of Teppanyaki griddle top!
This is What You Need
Seasoning the top of your Teppanyaki Griddle Top is simple, only a few tools are needed, and you may already have it at home. All you need is a clean cloth dipped in water, a barbecue tong, any kind of cooking oil, and a roll of paper towels.
First, wipe off the surface of the Teppanyaki griddle top with a wet towel.
Once the cooking surface is good and clean, continue to heat your main burner to a high heat setting, then let your grill heat up for 10-15 minutes. If the surface of your Teppanyaki griddle top starts to darken and change color because it heats up, don't worry! This is completely normal.
Once the grill is hot, add oil to the Teppanyaki griddle top of the skillet with a pair of pliers and a stack of paper towels so that the oil is evenly distributed over the entire cooking surface, including the edges and sides.
Once the oil is evenly distributed, let it cook. When most of the oil burns off the surface, repeat this process two or three more times. After three complete cycles, the top of your Teppanyaki griddle top will be fully seasoned and ready for grilling.
After this initial seasoning process, frequent use of the Teppanyaki griddle top will keep it well seasoned, so all you have to worry about is what is on the menu.