Don’t let your barbecue get so dirty that it becomes unhygienic and inefficient to cook on!
Barbecued food is delicious, and barbecuing is a great time saving way to cook, and it also precludes a whole lot of dirty, greasy saucepans.
How to clean your BBQ as you go to save a bigger cleaning job:
- Line your BBQ drip tray with a double thickness of aluminium foil and a layer of commercially available BBQ soak or clay-type kitty litter.
- When it becomes completely fat-soaked, simply wrap the litter in the foil and dispose of it, before re-lining the tray.
- When you’ve finished cooking on the grill, allow the flames to burn on High for another 5 minutes or so, to allow any fat and stuck-on residue to burn. Anything remaining is then very simple to scrape off.