Plancha is to ‘barbecue like the Spaniards’, which involves cooking at a very high temperature around 280 or 300ºC. A plancha is ideal for cooking prawns of all sizes, little calamari, courgette slices, or any vegetable mix which would otherwise fall through the grill bars. Conventional barbecues are often equipped with small griddles, which don’t cater for big quantities or meals as you’d prepare on a plancha. They also don’t possess a drainage system, thus preventing you from marinating as much as you like and with whatever tickles your fancy – an essential difference in barbecue a la plancha!
Barbecue, plancha, teppanyaki & Co. all have one thing in common: bringing together family and friends. There’s nothing better than gathering together to prepare and eat food, exchange tips and recipes, share and simply enjoy each other’s company – all that really matters in life!
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