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Cuttlefish Gratin

  1. Clean the cuttlefish well and try to keep them as whole as possible (they will act as a basket and be filled later)
  2. According to the number of cuttlefish and take some cherry tomatoes, divide them in half and empty them from the inside, afterwards make them into squares.
  3. Season tomatoes with oil salt oregano basil little sugar and a pinch of breadcrumbs
  4. Take the cuttlefish and fill them with the seasoned cherry tomatoes to the brim
  5. Finish with a pinch of breadcrumbs and a drizzle of olive oil
  6. Place on grill/plate for three minutes per side at moderate temperature

seppioline gratinate

Recipe by Chef Sebastiano Bollani of Hostaria Bacanera (Venice)

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Specifications 304 vs 430 stainless steel.

The choice of steel on which we cook meat, vegetables, fish and foods in general is of paramount importance for the health of our bodies, which is why we at Planet Grill use stainless steel for our grills and cooking plates.

In barbecues (both gas and wood-fired) high temperatures are reached: this means that the chemical components from which the grill is made can release substances and metals that are absorbed by food, and thus digested, thestainless steel does not have these problems because to melt it must have a minimum temperature of 1450° so temperatures that are difficult if not impossible to achieve with a barbecue.

Cooking steels must be quality steels: be usable for cooking food, stable at high temperatures, and resistant to corrosion over time.

Planet Grill mainly uses 2 types of steel for barbecues and cooking grills: 304 stainless steel and 430 stainless steel.

Both304 steel and430 steel are among the steels that can be in contact with food, according to the Ministry of Health Decree of March 21, 1973.