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6 Reasons Why You Need A Teppanyaki Grill

Not heard of a Teppanyaki Grill before? It's a traditional Japanese method of cooking just about anything on a completely flat grill. The VonShef Teppanyaki Grill comes in three sizes and fits perfectly down the middle of a dining table so guests can cook their own food to their liking. A sociable way of cooking and a perfect alternative to barbecuing when the weather lets you down! Here are six reasons why you need a Teppanyaki Grill in your kitchen toolbox...

You won’t need multiple pans

Instead of preparing lots of different ingredients – and having lots to wash up – use a teppanyaki grill instead – one grill and just one hot plate to clean

 

Char to perfection

Perfectly char your meats and vegetables without having to cook out in the cold. There’s no need to give up barbequing just because it’s winter – or the weather’s bad – instead opt for some teppanyaki cooking.

 

Make a meal an experience

Entertain guests whilst you dine – don’t spend hours in the kitchen whilst your guests have a great time – cook up your food directly on the table and keep your food warm whilst you eat.

Used by top chefs across the globe – dine Japanese style with the traditional grill

 

Teppanyaki any time of day

Use to cook your breakfast, lunch or dinner. Whether you fancy eggs, sausages and bacon for breakfast or succulent steak and grilled vegetables for dinner, the grill will enable you to cook dishes which really hit the spot.

 

Healthier Dining

Grill comes complete with a detachable oil drip tray, so cooking is super-healthy too.

 

It’s easy

Possibly one of the easiest ways to cook – simply add to the grill and you’re away

If that hasn't convinced you, see the Teppanyaki Grill in action at our Domu Summer Blogger Party or shop the VonShef range of grills here.

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