BBQ Grill Buddy
Calling all of you who loves to BBQ !
Don’t we love the taste of barbecued food and the smoky aroma that comes with it!
But what we don’t like is cleaning up the mess on the grill when the party is over.
Scrubbing the burnt food from your grill is no fun.
NO MORE MESS!
Now with the BBQ Grill Buddy, say goodbye to dirty bbq grill.
It is so easy to use. Just lay the BBQ Grill Buddy onto your grill and that’s it!
Made of non-stick material, bbq food stuck on your grill is a thing of the past.
You also don’t have to worry about your food falling through your grill.
Imagine how much tastier your food will be since your marinade and sauces will not go to waste.
You can even grill your vegetables, eggs, pancakes on the BBQ Grill Buddy!
Cleaning up is easy peasy. Just use a paper towel or a cloth to wipe off the burnt crumbs.
You can then wash the BBQ Grill Buddy with a mild dish washing detergent.
The BBQ Grill Buddy rapidly absorb heat and distribute it across its surface. This quickly creates a
perfectly even cooking surface. That’s why you’ll get good results on medium heat.
The foods don’t overcook or cook too quickly and you’ll maximize the flavor in your food.
And yes, the BBQ Grill Buddy is reusable for your next party. Sweet!
Material: PTFE coated glass fiber cloth
Size: 30cm x 40 cm x 0.02cm / 11.8in x 15.75in x 0.008in
Each packet contains 2 mats
Recommended Way To Use BBQ Grill Buddy :
Before using, wash them thoroughly with soap and water to remove any residue left over from manufacturing and packing. You can also put them in the dishwasher – on the top rack only.
When washing grill mats by hand be sure NEVER to use any scratch pads or abrasive cleaners. It’s not necessary and will damage the PTFE coating. You can use a soft scrub pad to clean of pesky residue.
If you’ve been grilling food that is particularly messy and you let it dry on the mat, you can soak it for as long as needed in soapy water and then scrub it clean with a soft scrub pad. If you’ve got baked-on sauces you might need to rub a bit, but do not use the scratch pad.
Never use metal grill utensils on your barbecue grill mats as they can pierce and damage the mats
You’ll need a silicone-tipped pincer and a flexible plastic spatula.
Most BBQ food can be flipped (or turned, if you prefer) with your nonstick tongs. For loose foods like cut vegetables, eggs, pancakes and hash browns, you’ll secure the mat with the tongs, while manipulating the food with your spatula.
No Direct Contact With Open Fire
The mats cannot be in contact with an open flame and need to be far enough above an open heat source that they aren’t exposed to temperatures above 500˚F / 260˚C.
Heat your barbecue to around 350˚F / 177 ˚C and keep it there while cooking on the grill mats. This way you’ll get the best results. And you know what? The food will cook just as fast as if you were grilling on higher heats without the mats – and it’ll taste so much better!
It is best that you spray a bit of cooking oil or brush the mat with a little bit of oil.
Also, ensure that your grill is level so that your food will not slide off.
After a few uses you may notice that the edges appear very slightly frayed in spots. This is just a few of the
fiberglass fibers on the very edge of the mats poking out due to being exposed to heat.
This will happen with the first couple of uses. It doesn’t mean your grill mats are coming apart.
You can trim off any dangling fibers with a sharp pair of scissors. Actually, the fibers are so tiny
most people don’t notice them, but in case you do, the solution is just that simple.