Lidl Teppanyaki "Grill"

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  1. John Laidler

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    We've got one. Aldi were selling them a little while ago. Does what it claims to do and is also pretty good for bacon (y)
     
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    Extra weight to carry.
     
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  4. Robert Clark

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    Looks like a square electric frying pan
    Can't see what the benefit would be compared with a Cadac
     
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  5. Chris

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    I got one like that from Johns Cross.

    Cheaper than that I think.
     
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  6. Chris

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    Yes I think it is a square frying pan really.

    It's good on hook up though easy to cook on and easy to clean.
     
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    Not a frying pan, it's a hot (grill) plate. We've had one for about a year now and the chef loves it. Great for cooking smelly food such as fish outside. We've got an all singing and dancing Cadac which hasn't seen the light of day for ages.
     
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    We have had one like the above for a couple of years now and love it.

    The plate on ours is Aluminium and it weighs next to nothing.

    We cook breakfast every morning on it (y)
     
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    We have a very, very old version of that, it is called a Pizza Oven and is rectangular with an electric element in the bottom section, a reversible griddle/flat plate and a large rectangular lid, we did use it all the time when on sites and it was brilliant ... with it having a lid and reversible plate it was very versatile .... still got it somewhere ... must dig it out!
     
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    I have got one,,,,will sell it for £10,,,,,used once. BUSBY.
     
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    still waiting for my wife to get it out of the box.
     
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    Ive got one, well two really as I bought a new last year "just in case" all bought 2 for daughters 2 for neices and 1 bor bother in law... so as you can tell I thing there the dogs boxxxxxxx. very light easy to clean and cooks more of less everything
     
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    Hi.
    We have one,but a lesser powered model off E-bay,as said above,very good,got fed up with carting the Cadac about,saw one of these being used on a site,sold the Cadac,bought one of these. Even "I" can use it....DOH!!!. "What a Mistacka to Macka !!"
    Tea Bag
     
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    We've had a couple from Aldi and they perform well.

    The plate does warp over time so you have to chase your sausages around to stop them rolling off.
    the non stick coating is poor quality and doesn't last long.
     
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    Well, bought one today so will try it out at home tonight!
     
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    Our local Lidl says they will have them in next week. For the price we will get one and give it a go. Apparently the surface is flat, not ridged like a griddle.
     
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    dont forget you get a 3 year warranty from aldi do lidl do the same?
     
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    Just checked both sites and they both appear to offer 3 years ... perhaps it differs on some products so best to check each item specifically.
     
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    We also have one, light and easy to clean when on hookup. Cadac is superb when no hookup.
     
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    Also don't work on 12 volts & if it did would take too much power.:D

    I won't have anything in the van won't run on 12 volt, to me defeats the object of a Motorhome if I have got to find some ware to park with hook up, just my personal opinion.:)
     
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