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Table-Top Hida Konro Grill Medium

Stock No. SVT-16014
£100.00 Excl. VAT £120.00 Incl. VAT
This medium sized grill is great for individual cooking, where each table has their own grilling station. Traditional portable clay cooking stove used in high class restaurants. The sculpted diatomite keeps its original micro-structure and has lighter weight, better durability and thermal insulation than moulded diatomite. Made of the natural material from Oku-Noto in Noto Peninsula.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Japanese Shichirin and Konro grills have been used in Japan for centuries for charcoal cooking, and these small table grills can be used anywhere for delicious, interactive cooking with your friends and family. Made with a unique mineral-rich clay called Diatomaceous earth, this grill has incredible even, long-lasting heat retention while being super lightweight and easy to use.

What types of charcoal can be used in the Japanese Table Grill? When using a Shichirin Hida Konro, do not use “normal” charcoal. Modern charcoal contains chemicals and produces a lot of smoke. You will not enjoy a good Japanese grill if the smoke destroys the flavour of your food, and that is often the problem with American and Australian barbecues and South African braai..

You can try your hand on making yakitori, or some yakiniku.
I did a simple preparation of Komochi Shishamo (smelt fish with roe), chilli pepper, mussels, prawns and the Pleurotus ostreatus (oyster mushroom). It goes super well with a sauce made with soy sauce, sesame oil, chilli powder and sesame seeds, and a good bottle of sake.

A Shichirin Hida Konro is made of a porous clay called Keisodo 珪藻土. Keisodo is made from burning diatomaceous earth – a naturally-occurring soft, white siliceous sedimentary rock that is found everywhere in Japan, and it contains fossilised marine plankton and volcanic ash. When made into clay, Keisodo 珪藻土 is light, porous and conducts heat evenly and withstands up to 1700℃.

PRODUCT DETAILS

  • Traditional Japanese square clay grill
  • Grill size for 2-4 People
  • Weight of 2.66kg
  • Use indoors for entertaining group grilling
  • Working temperature 107°C to 350°C
  • Includes a cooking grid as standard
  • Can be used with any charcoal but binchotan charcoal is recommended, especially if used indoors
  • Small size means that only a small amount of charcoal is needed for cooking
  • Includes replaceable grilling mesh
  • Dimensions:-28cm x 15cm x 11cm
  • Allow grill to cool naturally before cleaning.
Product Specification
Name Table-Top Hida Konro Grill Medium
Tariff Codes No
Model SVT-16014
GTIN 5060748952240
Delivery 24 Hours Delivery
Dimensions 28cm x 15cm x 11cm
Country of Manufacture Japan
Warranty N/A
Material No
Cooking Area Size: No
Heat Range No
Cooking Grate Material No
Application Commercial, Domestic

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