I wrap my meat in foil after putting the appropriate seasoning on the meat and stick it in my George Foreman grill. I also spray the foil with Pam for non stick cooking. the allows for quick clean up and moist flavorful meat.
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It is easy to always keep your drip pans clean - with aluminum foil!
Line your drip pans with aluminum foil to keep them clean. (Make sure to open up the hole in the right rear pan for the exhaust from the oven.) If a pot overflows, wait until it has cooled for several hours then just replace the foil. Much easier than replacing the entire drip pan! Great idea for dorm kitchens, apartments, shared living spaces, etc.
Aluminum foil won't burn by itself, though if drippings on the foil start on fire, the foil will go with it. So any major overflows should be cleaned and the foil replaced before more cooking is done.
I use my grill to cook practically everything. From chicken to french fries. I line the bottom of grill with foil, cut a few small slits in it and spray with non stick cooking spray, (I prefer canola spray) season, cover food with foil & cook. Quick, easy & delicious4
Alcan has this new (?) aluminum foil that is built with a slippery side called "Slide". Best thing EVER! Sweet potato fries don't stick to it, no oil or spray needed, and clean-up is instant! And aluminum foil can be recycled. I'm going to start using it for everything I generally cook on or over a cookie sheet.
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