When cooking on grills, the food is exposed to the heat source through the slots, creating that well-known chargrilled flavour, as well as giving the food the distinctive charred stripes. As the food cooks, any juices or fat drain out, making this cooking method a healthier choice.
Cooking on a hot plate is a quick and easy method. It’s suitable for most food types, including meat, seafood, poultry, vegetables, fruit and even skewers.
For the best cooking results, it’s recommended to replace your grills and hot plates regularly.
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