Grilling Planks – 8 Pack
Grilling planks 8-Pack from Camerons Products are wonderful for infusing smoky flavor into beef, chicken, pork, turkey and fish. All natural. Meats and vegetables baste in their own juices, creating a subtle smokey flavor without adding additional fat or oil. Moisture from the plank keeps your food juicy and flavorful with no nutrient loss. Planks are cut to 6 by 12″ to fit into a standard-sized sink. Just soak for 20 minutes, then place fish, meat, poultry or vegetables on the plank and place on the preheated grill. Instructions included with cooking times. Reuse each plank two to three times.
|Alder/Cedar Combo (4 Each)|
|Cedar (8 Pack)|
|Alder (8 Pack)|
Our all natural wood planks allow seafood, meat, chicken and vegetables to roast slowly, basting in their own juices, creating a subtle smokey flavor. No fat or oil needs to be added, as the moisture from the plank keeps your food juicy and flavorful with no nutrient loss.
- The Grilling Planks come with full instructions and tasty recipes on the packaging.
- They can be used two or three times before discarding.
- Planks are cut specially to fit in a regular sink for easy soaking.
- Made in the USA.
Planks cut to 6 by 12 inches in size so that they fit into a regular sink. Soak for 20 minutes, then place your fish, meat, poultry or vegetables on the plank and place on the preheated grill. See instructions for cooking times. Each plank can be reused two to three times.
Grilling Plank Instructions
Submerge the plank in water for at least 30 minutes. Pre-heat your barbecue to a medium high heat (400-425 degrees). Place the soaked plank onto the grill and close the lid for a couple of minutes until the plank starts to smoke. Then place the food on the plank, re-close the lid and follow the temperature guide in the recipe. If a flame should occur, douse with water as needed or keep a spray bottle handy.
Use the plank to serve your meal by placing it on a board or platter. It will be extremely hot, so use tongs, gloves or oven mitts to remove from heat. Cleanup is easy with warm soapy water - wash and leave to dry. Store in a paper bag. It can usually be used two or three times. To dispose of used plank, when cool, you can crumble onto charcoals for additional flavor for future barbecues or discard appropriately.