- Second, don’t travel crosswise; for smoother access, slide the spatula in the direction of the ridges like a plane on a runway.
- Third, choose a roomy pan with low, flaring sides, and leave plenty of space around your food so that you can keep the spatula almost flat. Tall pan sides and crowded pans forced us to use a high angle for the spatula, partially lifting food as it began to slide under, resulting in ragged, broken food with a disappointing appearance.
The Best Grill PansThese ridged pans bring the sizzle and flavor of the grill inside. But some sear—and clean up—better than others.
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