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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 ...


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 ...


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 ...


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

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