Grilling in June Oven
Designed to use our new Enameled Cast Iron Grill/Griddle, grilling makes your June Oven more capable than ever.
How it works
The Grill Cook Mode is engineered to be used with the Enameled Cast Iron Grill/Griddle. The June Oven will prompt you to preheat the grill/griddle with the ridged side facing upward on the bottom shelf. Preheating can take up to fifteen minutes and enables the grill/griddle to deliver consistent heat throughout the entire cook process. Once the preheating is complete, it’s time to start grilling.
Customize your grilling experience
The Grill mode supports Medium and Low heat levels. High heat is available on second generation ovens and later. Similar to grilling outdoors, you will need to monitor the cook process and decide if and/or when you’d like to flip the food. You have the option to use the Food Thermometer and set a target cook temperature. To learn more about using the Food Thermometer when cooking, check out this guide.
Cook-Programs and Recipes
Cook-Programs have been added for Steak, Pork Chops, Jumbo Shrimp, and Chicken Breasts. Grill with these for step-by-step guidance, complete with flip notifications and optimal rest times. The Food Thermometer is required, but you can select your heat level and desired doneness temperature.
Frequently asked questions
When grilling in June, we recommend using thicker cuts of protein, approximately 1.25” thick. Thinner cuts will cook through before they sear. Make sure each piece is about the same size so they finish cooking at the same time. Don’t crowd the grill surface as this will trap steam and prevent a nice sear.
Allow your Enameled Cast Iron grill/griddle to cool completely before removing from the oven for cleaning. Grilled meats can leave behind liquified fat that can be extremely hot. Once cool, slide the grill pan towards you ⅓ of the way off the rack, get a firm grip, and then carry to the sink.
Drain off any residual liquid and then proceed to clean with mild dish soap and water using a non-abrasive sponge or brush. For more stubborn residue, use a mild cleanser such as Bar Keeper’s Friend or Bon Ami. Do not use bleach and do not put the grill/griddle in the dishwasher. Dry thoroughly with a towel and store.
Grilling can result in splatter inside your oven and may require cleaning your oven more frequently. For the best ways to clean the June Oven, check out this guide.
Have other questions about grilling in your June Oven we haven’t answered here? Contact our service team.