Are you a big fan of your George Foreman grill? It’s a great little kitchen appliance that can satisfying the need for a grill when there’s no way you’ll be able to grill outside. It’s also a great way to prepare healthy food in general. However, cleaning a Foreman grill, a least in my experience, is never a walk in the park. In fact, sometimes the thought of cleaning it will prevent me from using it.
That’s why we were so excited to find this super simple trick over at Judith’s Mama. Her method not only involves zero scrubbing – it doesn’t even involve soap. Here’s what she does:
Once you are finished using the grill, unplug it, and immediately get 3 or 4 squares of paper towel, layered on top of each other. Wet them, ring them out, and unfold them back out so they are back into their square shape. Then simply set them on the grill and close it. Enjoy your food while the grill cools. Then simply open the grill (don’t wait too long, an hour or so is fine), and use the paper towels to easily wipe off the grime. It does a surprisingly amazing job, with basically no effort!
That’s all there is to it! Have any of you Foreman grill lovers ever tried this handy trick? Or do you have your own tricks you swear by?