teppanyaki grill at home.


I love an excuse for a get together. dinner party, special occasion, food blogger meet up, date night, Christmas... it just so happens that food seems to be a focal point too. I was recently asked if i'd like to try out something from the vonshef range and was instantly drawn to the teppanyaki grill. All you need is a dinner table, your favourite south east asian flavours, stockpile of soy sauce and some hungry guests...


With a massive 2000w power, non stick plate and oil drip tray, the £16.99 (original rrp £69.95) piece of kit heats up super fast and can be sizzling your meat, fish or veg in seconds. It requires very little oil and has a choice of various temperatures to play with. Coming with six mini spatulas, everyone can get involved with playing chef and taking a piece whenever they get peckish. 


For my first go, I made sesame, chilli & soy sauce beef with thinly sliced flat iron steak, teriyaki salmon and garlic, coriander and ginger king prawn skewers along with fresh egg noodles with red peppers and tossed in sesame oil. I've since tried out salmon skewers too!


With just a little vegetable or or sesame oil, you can start cooking. We rubbed the oil on with kitchen roll before using the grill, to ensure full coverage with minimum oil.


It wasn't long before satisfying sizzles and garlic and coriander aromas filled the room. I rarely cook with raw king prawns but this definitely had the appeal; you just had to be careful not to overcook them by seconds. This was a nice little starter before breaking out the beef, salmon and noodles.


The beef was a chance to try out how the teppanyaki grill fared for searing meat. This sesame beef recipe is gorgeous served a tiny bit pink with a crispy seared outer. I usually make it with rump steak but this flat iron was absolutely perfect in texture, and didn't need resting at all.


The well seasoned grill made this salmon gloriously crispy with a sticky, chargrilled teriyaki flavour. 

I've already used this again for a dinner party and hopefully will get some food blogger friends round to try it out too. 

Note: I was sent a complimentary teppanyaki grill for an honest review.

228 comments:

  1. I commentated on simple party canapés.

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  2. Oh yum, Emily this all looks delicious! Teriyaki salmon is one of my absolute favourites so would definitely be trying that first. My friends have one of these and it's such fun at a dinner party.

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  3. This looks fab!! Think I'd have to do Yakitori Chicken skewers first..my favourite dish at The Basin!! :D xx

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  4. this looks awesome !
    i would do some chinese pork chops with grilled thin sliced potatoes yumm !!

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  5. I'd make a dairy, egg & gluten free sticky chicken with tamari, ginger, garlic & brown sugar served with stir fried rice noodles.

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  6. BBQ chicken is my favourite so probably that :) x

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  7. I would grill some tuna steaks in a garlic marinade :)

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  8. Commented on 'simple party canapés.' Thank you for the wonderful review and giveaway!

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  9. Teriyaki salmon yum yum!!

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  10. would have to be a steak for me - salmon for the kids

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  11. Tuna Steaks to start with - then beef ones :-)

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  12. It would have to be Salmon - there is nothing better

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  13. I would grill a gorgeous sirloin steak, rare of course

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  14. Some nice salt and pepper chicken and I love baby corn

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  15. Some really good but simple steak
    JoJo

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  16. Think it would have to be garlic king prawns

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  17. Honeyed pork ribs, corn on the cob and tomatoes

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  18. Anything in my fridge to see what it tasted like

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  19. I'd love to try salmon, maybe with a spicy kick x

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  20. for me it would have to be Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki with pork its so good and would be so much easier to make with this grill rather than in a pan :)

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  21. I would love to make steak with peppers and mushrooms

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  22. Would probably test the device with small strips of lightly seasoned steak. I would probably then move on to fish of some description.

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  23. I really love this place for New York events. I needed assistance with something and they went above and beyond helping me. They were very nice to me and it was really amazing.

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  24. I would grill some soy-covered chicken and steak with some egg-fried rice doused in soy and teryaki sauce! Plus some broccoli and green beans in soy sauce on the side. Mmmm.

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  25. it would have to be prawns and salmon in a lovely marinade!!!

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  26. have to try chicken first as the whole family would eat it

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  27. Sirloin steak would definitely be our family choice

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  28. Sticky pork ribs for me! I love this kind of food - really sociable and interactive - like an indoor bbq.

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  29. I would do something with ginger, chili and soy sauce.

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  31. Would have to be salmon, tastes so good grilled with some lemon sauce and rice x

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  32. I'd try some garlic chicken first. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  33. i would chuck some steak on with some onions

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  34. Probably try something with cumin.. or some other flavourful spices

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  35. I'd try something satay flavoured first, but I'd definitely use something like this a lot! x

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  36. Have to be Teriyaki salmon! Love it :)

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  37. Salmon and some asparagus and mushrooms with a honey glaze on the salmon

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  38. Teriyaki salmon is my favorite so I would try this first!

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  39. This looks perfect for making some salt and pepper tofu!

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  40. Loved your homemade mushroom lasagne - really tasty!

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  41. I'd do a stir fry with prawns & coriander

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  42. Salmon with herb. @bexallum on twitter - https://allumsadventures.wordpress.com/

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  43. I like the idea of them Prawns,

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  44. Ooh my mouth is watering!

    I would cook tuna and green peppers skewers with a sweet and sour sauce -yum

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  45. Coconut and lime prawns - yummy! ^_^

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  46. fresh tuna for the hubby and prawns for me

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  47. That's a rather difficult one. But I guess it would have to be Yakitori Chicken skewers

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  48. I'd have to do Yakitori Chicken skewers first - leanne w

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  49. I'd try lemon and garlic marinated chicken breasts first.

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  50. oooh I'd make Korean style beef bulgogi

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  51. I think I'd start with some squash, cabbage, peppers, and mushrooms and just season them with a bit of soy sauce and black pepper. I loved grilling food in Japan. Everything's so small and cooks so fast. It's really fun!

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  52. OOO this makes my mouth water!!! I would make chili and lemon fish with vegetables and noodles yyu,mmm

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  53. I'll grill a salmon to be mixed into salmon salad with fresh baby spinach.

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  54. I think Aubergine spread with pesto would be nice

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  56. Barbeque, my fiance loooooves bbq :D

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  57. Fresh veg - peppers, courgettes, chillies, onions, mushrooms and prawns

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  58. The sesame beef sounds great, sliced nice and thinly for a quick healthy, tasty meal

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  59. King prawns with chilli would be my favorite

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  60. Garlic and Chili Prawns

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  61. I would try salmon in a honey soy glaze

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  62. Salmon would work very well I think.

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  63. Teriyaki King prawns & squid also Soya sauce & black bean sauce King prawns too :)

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  64. Definitely garlic chilli prawns

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  65. I would deffo cook Fillet steak in black pepper sauce with peppers and Onions mmmm

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  66. I make a great teriyaki and that sauce goes with most everything!

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  68. BBQ chicken or ribs,and lemon and dill fish yum!

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  69. I'd have a go at making some burgers and grilled veggies

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  70. chinese pork steaks and grilled mexican veg!

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  71. I would do a steak, bet it would be lovely! yum yum!

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  72. peanut glazed chicken

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  73. I want that sesame beef you made with lots of stir fry veg and rice

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  75. Garlic chilli prawns as they sound delicious.

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  76. It would have to be something BBQ and sticky like steak or ribs. Mmm!

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  77. Salmon with tomato's and basil

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