What Is A Plancha?
Being similar in appearance to a griddle, a plancha has a direct cooking surface which is perfect for cooking all sorts of foods including meat, fish and vegetables.
The difference between a plancha and a griddle is that the plancha is designed with the heat concentrated in the middle of the cooking plate, radiating out to the edges. This allows you to sear or brown product in the middle of the plancha plate and then slide towards the edges, and the cooler part of the plancha, to finish cooking.
The plancha also has a grease channel around the outside of the cooking plates, this can be filled with water enabling easy cleaning. Any grease, residue and juices can be scaped into the channel and are then easily collected in the removeable drain tray.
The Target commercial plancha is available in either a single or double, table top or built into a commercial induction cooking range.
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