Definition of griddle
: a flat stone or metal surface on which food is baked or fried
Recent Examples of griddle from the Web
Monica Linares jumps from the front of the house to the back, helping on the griddle before rushing out orders like a juicy patty melt with a side of their housemade applesauce, with a model-worthy smile.
There are two; each is individually removable and can be replaced by optional specialty attachments like a burner ring or a griddle.
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Origin and Etymology of griddle
Middle English gredil gridiron, from Anglo-French greil, gredile, from Latin craticulum, diminutive of cratis wickerwork — more at hurdle
First Known Use: 14th century
GRIDDLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of griddle for English Language Learners
: a flat surface or pan on which food is cooked
GRIDDLE Defined for Kids
Definition of griddle for Students
: a flat surface or pan for cooking food
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