Grease Splatter Screen for Frying Pan 13" - Stops 99% of Hot Oil Splash - Protects Skin from Burns - Splatter Guard for Cooking - Iron Skillet Lid Keeps Kitchen Clean - Stainless Steel

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Grease Splatter Screen for Frying Pan 13" - Stops 99% of Hot Oil Splash - Protects Skin from Burns - Splatter Guard for Cooking - Iron Skillet Lid Keeps Kitchen Clean - Stainless Steel

Product Details

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  • BergKoch Brand
  • 13-01016 Model Number
  • BergKoch Manufacturer
  • Categories

    Home & Kitchen, Splatter Screens, Kitchen & Dining, Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets, Specialty Tools & Gadgets

Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 19 Reviews
  • Feb. 22, 2020 Last Review Date
  • June 23, 2017 First Seen Review Date
  • 11 Reviewed on Subreddits

    AskCulinary (5)
    Cooking (2)
    GifRecipes (2)
    castiron (2)
    funny (2)
    NoStupidQuestions (1)
    burgers (1)
    keto (1)
    outside (1)
    pics (1)
    and 1 more...

Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

After cooking or heating. How do I stop making food super hot? [R]

4 weeks agoEulers_ID posted submission on NoStupidQuestions.
Feb. 22, 2020

It is annoying me. I get frustrated. I spend all this time cooking, prepping, gathering the ingredients, getting hit by oil, and then smelling like a furnace afterward and then the food wants to be a hot piece of frustration and I have to wait at least 10 minutes for it to cool down so I can finally eat.

I'm almost getting the drift of microwaving. But the food still comes out very hot, what do I do then? Run laps? I came here to eat, and as instantly as I can!

Then we have the stupid coffee or tea. Yes, I have to boil water but then it's too hot for my lips and tongue to drink. I have to wait 10-15 minutes. What's the point of heating it up. I can put ice in it, yes but what was the point anyway?

I'm slowly not becoming a fan of food prep and cooking. Maybe this is why I should go vegan? How do I stop making food super hot?

4 weeks agoEulers_ID posted comment on NoStupidQuestions.
Feb. 22, 2020

A lot of good things need to reach a certain temperature to cook properly, that's just part and parcel of how it works. There's plenty of other things in cooking just the same: proofing dough, waiting for a roast to cook, waiting for coffee to brew...

If waiting to cool is such a big stumbling block you can front load that part by making things ahead of time that can be eaten cold. You can cold brew coffee or tea by letting it steep in the fridge overnight. You can do the meal prepper thing and cook a bunch of veggies at the beginning of the week that can be eaten cold or whatever. Cocktail shrimp, ceviche, carpaccio, roast beef sandwhiches, and more can just sit in the fridge until you need them once they've been made. So it might be better to slow down and learn to enjoy the process of cooking, maybe while listening to your favorite podcast.

Also, to avoid oil splatter and all the mess that comes with it you can get splatter screens like this to put over your pans. I got a set of three from TJ Maxx for dirt cheap.

I can oddly relate [R]

3 months agoferoxjb posted submission on funny.
Dec. 21, 2019
3 months agoferoxjb posted comment on funny.
Dec. 21, 2019

A true bacon warrior comes prepared with this.

Can we nerf the splash damage on bacon? [R]

4 months, 4 weeks agoMonolithOfTyr posted submission on outside.
Oct. 25, 2019
4 months, 3 weeks agoMonolithOfTyr posted comment on outside.
Oct. 28, 2019

I was gifted mine by another player but am considering replacement as it's become worn.

https://www.amazon.com/Grease-Splatter-Screen-Frying-Pan/dp/B01GFQFGFQ

This one is even better than mine as it has a higher initial durability rating.

Any of you cooks here live in a studio apartment? Does it affect your bed or anything else since it's all in the same room? [R]

5 months, 1 week agobarnacledoor posted submission on AskCulinary.
Oct. 17, 2019

I might move to a studio apartment and was wondering about having the bed in the same room as the kitchen.

Sometimes i fry or deep fry things. Would i need to be washing my bed sheets every time i do this? Opening windows is the only thing i could think of as a solution if this was an issue. But i wanted to see how you other studio livers handle it. I also have a 65in TV, so i hope oily air doesn't affect that in the long term.

Edit: thanks for all the tips. I think i should be ok. I made it seem like my bed is going to be right next to my stove top, but ill try to put them as far away as possible within the ~500sq ft studio to minimize oil absorption, possibly in the opposite corner of the kitchen. I also wash my bed sheets every week so hopefully thatll be good enough and the oil doesn't seep through the memory foam matress.

5 months, 1 week agobarnacledoor posted comment on AskCulinary.
Oct. 17, 2019

would one of these help? a splatter shield.

High heat cooking - it’s a mess! How do you contain it? [R]

7 months agoloubird12500 posted submission on AskCulinary.
Aug. 23, 2019

Hi, I’m a home cook and really enjoy high heat cooking, but it makes a huge mess. My floor is oily and I have to mop it 2-3 times before the oil goes away or it’s tracked all through the house. My last place we got a grill with a side burner and did all our high heat cooking out there (YUM Kenji burgers!) but I’m moving into a high rise now with no grill.

Any tips on how to fix this for an easier clean up? I’m thinking brown paper on the floor while I’m cooking. Or I don’t know. Help. It’s a huge PITA.

Told my wife I was sending her an erotic video. [R]

8 months agoSuperQue posted submission on funny.
July 23, 2019
8 months agoSuperQue posted comment on funny.
July 24, 2019

When frying something in oil, is there a way to keep the oil from splattering everywhere? [R]

9 months agopandoelva posted submission on AskCulinary.
June 22, 2019

Keeping your glasses clean while cooking [R]

9 months, 1 week agowatercat04 posted submission on AskCulinary.
June 17, 2019

Hope this is within sub rules. When frying or cooking something that splatters like steak on a griddle what’s the best way to keep fat from getting on your eyeglasses? Or if it’s inevitable? What’s a good way of cleaning them without stripping away any of the coatings?

9 months, 1 week agowatercat04 posted comment on AskCulinary.
June 18, 2019

This.

We use this screen, and it works great! Husband and I both wear glasses all the time, and never have issues with splatter when using the screen. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01GFQFGFQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apap_hTQlqIDRlWb3L

Reducing splatter [R]

1 year, 6 months agoflyinggeorge posted submission on AskCulinary.
Sept. 12, 2018

I cook with a lot of butter, mostly pan-frying veggies. It seems like no matter how low I put the heat (it is a flame stove), I still get splattering. I have also tried using a deeper pan to no avail. This is a problem because we have light granite marble and other items in the kitchen that stain with splattering oil. Any recommendations for reducing splatter?

1 year, 6 months agoflyinggeorge posted comment on AskCulinary.
Sept. 12, 2018

https://www.amazon.com/Grease-Splatter-Screen-Frying-Pan/dp/B01GFQFGFQ/ref=mpsa11?ie=UTF8&qid=1536795070&sr=8-1-spons&pi=ACSX236SY340_QL65&keywords=splatter+screen&psc=1

You can usually find them in supermarkets or cooking stores

What appliances or tools do you find most useful for zerocarb? [R]

1 year, 8 months agogorilla_fight posted submission on zerocarb.
July 22, 2018

Recovering ex-vegan looking to beef up my meat game, about a month in ZC figuring its time to level up the meat-related kitchen appliances. What essential tools do you all recommend?

Here's what I have so far:

  • Sous vide immersion circulator (for perfectly thoroughly cooked rare meat)
  • Meat thermometer (for safe internal temperature in oven)
  • Meat slicer (for deli meat and cheese steaks and slicing roasts and ...)
  • (edit-added below)
  • Cast iron skillet (for searing and cooking)
  • Himalayan salt block (also for searing, an alternative though I use it less often than cast iron due to the slow heating time required)

Considering the following:

  • Meat grinder
  • Sausage stuffer
  • Sausage linker
  • Jerky gun
  • Meat dehydrator
  • Meat tenderizer
  • Meat smoker (indoor/outdoor)
  • Meat cleaver
  • Vacuum sealer
  • Vacuum tumbler
  • Slow cooker
  • Grill
  • Immersion mixer
  • Marinade injector
  • Patty maker
  • Meat saw
  • Curing chamber
  • Meat hooks
  • Deep freezer
  • (edit from suggestions in comments - thanks)
  • Butter crock
  • Grease screen
  • Cutting board
  • Butcher knife
  • Steak knife

What else should I add to my shopping (/wish) list?

1 year, 8 months agogorilla_fight posted comment on zerocarb.
July 23, 2018

Thank you very much, exactly the kind of list I was looking for!

Things I didn't know existed now can't possibly live without ;)

Any recommendations for these items? From a quick search I found a few that look reasonably popular:

Reddit Steak [R]

1 year, 9 months agoskippingstone posted submission on GifRecipes.
June 13, 2018
1 year, 9 months agoskippingstone posted comment on GifRecipes.
June 13, 2018

you need a splatter guard

Me sick of hot oil splashing, I made this. I overdid, but I had fun. [R]

1 year, 10 months agobhoff22 posted submission on pics.
May 6, 2018
1 year, 10 months agobhoff22 posted comment on pics.
May 6, 2018

Have you tried an oil screen?

frying tofu without it praying all over the oven-top? [R]

2 years ago[deleted] posted submission on Cooking.
March 11, 2018

my mom told me i have to cover the tofu when i fry it and i told her it wont cook the same. im trying it covered and it doesnt seem to be cooking the same, as i thought. since she doesnt want to clean up and wont teach me how to clean up to her standards, i cant fry tofu anymore. so is there any way to fry it without all the splatter? im sure its because of the interaction between the water inside the tofu and the oil. but i really like fried tofu

2 years ago[deleted] posted comment on Cooking.
March 11, 2018

Beat me to it. https://www.amazon.com/Grease-Splatter-Screen-Frying-Pan/dp/B01GFQFGFQ These things are awesome, frying fish and bacon is now a whole lot easier.

How do I prevent these type of oil splatters? [R]

2 years, 2 months agoFartin_Scorsese posted submission on Cooking.
Jan. 17, 2018

Hi all,

I just started cooking and I'm not sure why every time I cook the range gets so oily and I'm not sure how to prevent this. It gets annoying to clean since it's gas and I have to remove the thing I put the pots on any ideas?

https://i.imgur.com/QpR5knt.jpg

Thank you

2 years, 2 months agoFartin_Scorsese posted comment on Cooking.
Jan. 17, 2018

Finally scratched my fried chicken itch. It may not be the prettiest, but it was the best I've ever had! [R]

2 years, 4 months agofalconbox posted submission on castiron.
Nov. 19, 2017
2 years, 4 months agofalconbox posted comment on castiron.
Nov. 20, 2017

Finally scratched my fried chicken itch. It may not be the prettiest, but it was the best I've ever had! [R]

2 years, 4 months agofalconbox posted submission on castiron.
Nov. 19, 2017
2 years, 4 months agofalconbox posted comment on castiron.
Nov. 20, 2017

Doesn't even have to be deep. I have this happen even when searing steak.

I ended up buying a grease splatter screen:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01GFQFGFQ/

Does anyone get really messy and greasy kitchen from frying burger patties and bacon? [R]

2 years, 4 months agooldcrow posted submission on keto.
Nov. 6, 2017

One of the reasons I try and avoid eating too much bacon and beef burgers cause its such a pain to clean up with with all the grease splashing all over the kitchen stove and surfaces. I try and batch fry them so I don't have to extensively clean up the area every day.

Just fried through 12 beef burger 1/2 pounder patties for the entire week and my kitchen looks like a mess.

2 years, 4 months agooldcrow posted comment on keto.
Nov. 6, 2017

Get one of these.

And then remember to use it, or my girlfriend will yell at you.

How do you stop the fat from spraying all over the place while cooking burgers in a pan? [R]

2 years, 4 months agoOct. 26, 2017

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2 years, 4 months agobrunchsquatch posted comment on burgers.
Oct. 27, 2017

Grease Splatter Screen for Frying https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01GFQFGFQ/

Secret 11 Herbs & Spices Fried Chicken [R]

2 years, 9 months agoepic676 posted submission on GifRecipes.
June 22, 2017
2 years, 9 months agoepic676 posted on GifRecipes.
June 23, 2017

We use this