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CedarWorks Gourmet Cedar Grilling Wraps 25x19cm Pack of 10

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100% natural, FSC certified, non-toxic, contains no harmful chemicals, has not been treated in any way & is non-allergenic.

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The Ultimate Taste Sensation – Canadian western red Cedar gourmet grilling wraps are manufactured right here in New Zealand!

Impress your guests with a beautiful meal cooked in a Cedar Works grilling wrap for yourself and your loved ones. They are sure to provide yet another way to show off your culinary skills. Step up your gourmet game and presentation with cedar wrap grilling! Perfect for single servings and to infuse your food with a delicious smokey flavour.

CedarWorks Gourmet Cedar Grilling Wraps are 100% natural and free of any chemical treatment. The Canadian Western Red Cedar is FSC certified, non-toxic, contains no harmful chemicals, has not been treated in any way & is non-allergenic. All of the good stuff!

Cooking with Cedar – Where it began

Cedar plank cooking originates from native American tribes of the Pacific Northwest who pioneered the tradition of using wooden cedar planks to grill & smoke their food gathered from hunting expeditions. They would tie fish, game & poultry to cedar planks, place them around an open flame fire to slowly cook using the indirect heat source. Once European early settlers landed on these shores, they soon discovered this unique & previously unknown style of cooking. They soon embraced & adapted it to add vegetables & their own seasonings. Today, cedar plank & cedar wrap cooking has developed into a culinary treat & is now a tradition enjoyed worldwide used by chefs & home cooks alike. Cedar adds a truly unique flavour by combining the earthiness of natural wood & smoked flavour created by indirect heat.

Just a few options to use your wraps for!

  • Burgers
  • Cheese
  • Dessert
  • Fish
  • Fruit
  • Kebabs
  • Meat
  • Mushrooms
  • Pizza
  • Poultry
  • Seafood
  • Vegetables

Fish is the most common pairing for Cedar planks and wraps but you can grill almost anything this way. Try steak, poultry, pork, tofu, veggies, halloumi, brie, or goat cheese. It’s not the best way to cook leafy greens but asparagus, eggplant, zucchini, carrots, green beans, and a whole lot of other vegetables taste amazing when cooked on Cedarwood. Let your imagination guide you! There are so many delicious dishes you can cook this way & it’s oh so easy. Just soak, smoke & enjoy! Check out all the recipes on the CedarWorks Recipe Page

How to use your Cedar Grilling Wraps

Place the food in the centre of the wraps, parallel to the wood grain after you have soaked them. Then roll up the wrap and tie it together with the twine provided. Use any fish, meat, vegetables or cheeses you like and cook as desired. You’re sure to get a 10 out of 10 for taste and presentation.

Cedar Works is owned by husband & wife team Warren & Jenny. They are NZ’s leading manufacturers & suppliers of premium planks & wraps for gourmet cooking enthusiasts of all levels.

Can the wraps be reused?

Cedarwood wraps are much thinner than the grilling planks, so unfortunately you cannot use them again. The wraps will be completely dried out after the first use, and you’ll get that amazing infused authentic flavour only once.

Why pre-soak?

Soaking your Cedarwood planks in water before use is important as it prevents flareups and the wood from catching fire when it’s on the grill or in the oven. Make sure to keep the plank or wraps fully submerged by placing a weight on it such as a jar or a plate. Pre-soaking the Cedar also ensures a slow release of the smoky natural flavour to infuse the food and retain the moisture.

Do I use oil?

When using a barbeque or hot grill, do not use oil on the plank as this can cause it to catch fire. When you use Cedar wood in a regular oven, using olive oil is fine as it has a relatively low smoke point. Don’t use the extra virgin variety as that should be kept for raw foods only.

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