Ah, the good, old George Foreman grill ... what a great kitchen appliance! It's perfect for grilling up a few burgers without having to deal with the hassle of using an actual grill. There's no need for charcoal, lighter fluid, or a considerable amount of time when you can just plug in this little grill and get those burgers cooking.
That's not to say that this little gadget is without its annoyances, specifically how difficult it can be to clean. The cooking is quick with this thing, but the cleaning is tedious, especially when it comes down to have to scrape and scrub any left-behind food that's become stuck to the grill.
If you've owned your grill for any significant amount of time, you're likely familiar with a sight much like the one below.
Luckily, there's a way to cut out all the elbow grease you'd normally use to rid your George Foreman grill of built-up grease! All you have to do is unplug the grill immediately after you finish using it. Next, grab about three or four paper towels and stack them on top of each other. Run the towels under the faucet, squeeze out the excess water, and straighten them back out to their original shape. Then, simply place the damp towels on the grill and close the lid.
Now, all you have to do is wait; use this time to enjoy the tasty meal you've just used your grill to make! Once about an hour has passed, open the grill and use the paper towels to wipe away all the grease. The residue should wipe away with almost no effort. That's it! You don't need soap, a scrubber, or any other products, either, so this is a simple technique in every way.
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