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    Mesh skillet for grill

    I'd like to buy a mesh skillet for use on the grill but haven't come up with much info on the web. Anyone have a skillet style grill pan made of mesh? I'm not interested in a square basket, I'd really like to find a skillet style an attached handle.

    Not mesh, but these will last a lifetime.

    Here is the dual handle one. From Lodge. I love this pan. The dual handle means it is easy you take off the grill but does not have the long handle that take up a ton of space on the grill.
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    Here is one the is square and made of Carbon steel. This one also has side handles.
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    This is my favorite. From Solidteknics. It is much lighter that the cast iron options but will last forever. Check it out! These are really cool pans. I use mine quite a bit.
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      I use these.

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      • Jfrosty27
        Jfrosty27 commented
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        I have one similar to these. It’s a 10” skillet with a skillet style handle that fold over the skillet for storage. I don’t remember where I got it. Have had it for many, many years.

      You looking for something like this?



        Well, there's THIS one. I use a mesh grill basket from the same manufacturer and have had no issues with it.


        • HawkerXP
          HawkerXP commented
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          I like this one. Thanks.

        • Bkhuna
          Bkhuna commented
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          I'm not sure I want a handle that is so easily removed.

        I have a similar, but discontinued, version of this from KitchenAid that I think I bought at Wal-Mart or Home Depot. I think this will work for what you want. It is nice that the handle is easily attached/removed.


        Sorry about the long url, LOL!



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