Now that it's summer, it's time to break out. Not only to cook outside, but also to heat the house and soil the whole kitchen
While youbefore using it for the season and if you drop it off, you do not have to do it every time you use your grill. With these quick cleaning methods you can prepare the grills for your next barbecue.
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If you do not have a grill brush on hand, one of the best alternatives in an emergency is an aluminum foil ball.
When you have finished cooking your last burger, simply pull the aluminum foil into a ball big enough to hold with pliers. Close the ball with your pliers and scrape off the dirt. Note that aluminum foil can leave a small piece. When done, let the grill cool down and wipe it with a damp cloth.
It is best to clean the grill after cooking before any leftovers have time to cool and stick. That is, if you have not cleaned the bars after your last BBQ and leftovers of burned food lying around, there's an easy way to clean it before you cook again.
- Turn on your grill and place a sheet of aluminum foil directly over the grates.
- Close the grill lid.
- Let the grill run for a few minutes, until the grills get hot and the residue loosens.
- Remove the foil sheets and then scrub the grids with a crumpled ball of foil.
The foil sheets help absorb the heat around the grid, reinforce it and help burn away leftovers and loosen up an onion half
Another option that works well is an onion. Yes, an onion
When you're done cooking, cut an onion in half and place it sideways on a grill fork. Wipe the onion on the grill grates to release stuck food scraps.
It is best to clean the grill after cooking. However, this method also works before you start grilling.
Turn on the grill and give it time to warm up. Once the grates are hot, wipe them with the onion half. Optionally, you can also use foils directly above the grate.
When you're done cleaning the grate, just discard the onion half. It is best if you use a charcoal grill, you can throw the onion directly on the charcoal to season the food you are cooking.
: Think This is your guide to cooking like a pro at your next BBQ.
So you can choose this summer a great grill.