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Sizzle Dish / Platter with Wood Base

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Cast Iron
Sizzle Platter
Wood Base

28 cm x 17.5 cm
Perfect for Fajitas and Steak

As handy as sizzle plates are for actual cooking, it's the drama they bring to your table that's the main selling point. Cast iron sizzling plates work best for serving because they retain their heat better than the lightweight aluminum variety.

First, preheat the Sizzle Plate, You can do this on the stove top, but usually it's easier to put them in the oven and crank up the heat. Allow at least 5 to 10 minutes at high heat.

While the sizzlers are heating, prepare your food. A sizzler recipe will almost always encourage you to slightly under cook your meat and vegetables because they'll continue to cook on the hot plate. For instance, don't cook the steak all the way to your preferred doneness because the hot plate will bring it further. If you like medium-rare, for example, stop at rare and let the plate take it the rest of the way.

Once the food is ready, remove the sizzler from your oven – carefully! – and place it on its wooden base. Finally, transfer the cooked food to the sizzler.

Make It Sizzle . The final step is to make your food sizzle as you bring it to the table. You'll need some liquid for that and maybe a few drops of fat, which ideally would come from the cooking juices. Just tip the pan and pour a few drops onto each sizzle plate to make it hiss, and then serve immediately.

If you don't have pan juices, you can deglaze the pan with a splash of wine, citrus juice, steak sauce or some other suitable liquid, and then pour that onto your sizzlers. If you're making a sizzling brownie with ice cream, your chocolate or caramel sauce will do the trick.
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