No. 12 Flat Top Griddle
Smithey's No. 12 Flat top griddle is your new everyday essential. Not only will this become your daily use griddle, but it is also sized perfectly to fit on top of your No. 12 skillet highlighting its use as a custom fit lid. Featuring Smithey's signature polished cook surface, the No. 12 Flat Top is naturally non-stick and free of chemical coatings. Designed and made in the USA, each piece is Engineered to maintain even and consistent heat. This flat top will become your go to for everything from pancakes to pizzas. Use it well.
Satin-smooth, polished finish
Pour spout covers
Holes on both sides for hanging
Dimensions & Specs
Diameter (top): 12”
Handle to Handle: 18”
Weight: +-7 lbs
We are really enjoying our new lid/skillet! It is the perfect way to cook a couple of eggs or some pancakes or French toast. Now that I’ve got a good, mature seasoning done, nothing will stick to the cooking surface at all, not even melted cheese.
I recommend coconut or grape seed oil for occasional re-seasoning (as needed) and olive oil for day to day cooking use.
I can’t wait to start teaching my kids (5,8 yrs.) how to cook with and take care of these wonderful products! I already own the 8” and 12” skillets. And I hope to one day get the 5.5 quart Dutch oven!
We are enjoying our new Smithey. It basically lives on the range because we use it almost daily (and quite possibly because it's too heavy to put away). After a couple weeks, it's getting a nice even seasoning. We've found that it works best with thin, metal utensils to get that nice, non-stick performance. Great product. I would recommend it.
I love the No.12 flat griddle top especially for eggs, bacon, pancakes and all other breakfast options. Can not praise enough.
I am a nut for quality kitchenware items to a point that my wife calls me out on it...but quality to me goes a long way not just in its useful life but in the actual quality that it will produce..my purchase has ignited a passion in cooking and the result has been daily use of my new cast iron comal..great job!
I wish I had discovered cast iron, and Smithey, in particular, a long time ago!