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I typically oil the grill. After brushing it to get off any remnants from the last grilling session, I take a paper towel soaked in vegetable oil (something with a high smoke point), and rub my grill down with it. (I hold it using a pair of tongs). I then let it sit for a couple of minutes, and then rub it down again it again -- you're effectively making ...


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Reduce excess moisture. Water rapidly expands and pushing/exploding the oil upwards. When you pick up a piece of marinated chicken/egged chicken, allow the excess liquid to drip off, or drag the bottom of the chicken against the side of the bowl before breading/coating. Ensure the chicken is completed coated, and place to one side to allow the coating to ...


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Here is one solution, a spatter guard: It has a mesh screen that holds most oil, but air moves freely. This is just one, Amazon has many: Spatter Guard. For what it is worth, they don't have to be uni-taskers. They are great as steamers as well. Awesome for sticky rice or to steam veggies. Just put an inverted bowl on top. Most are stainless steel and ...


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Yoghurt, squashes, yams, sweet potatoes, egg yolks, tofu or ground nuts could possible be added as an alternative.



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