Mmmmm. Bacon. Perfect, no mess, no clean-up bacon. That’s just a single use – and the first one I used this for. Preheat at 400 degrees. Arrange several slices next to each other , close. After a minute open again, fit a few more slices in, arrange them. This way you can cool a pound in two rounds. 7:44 later – Just right bacon.The only cleanup? The inside panels and drip tray – and those are non-stick and dishwasher safe.
One warning with bacon though. Watch bacon blocking the drip tray opening! I caught it just in time. Actually two warnings. It’s so simple to make perfect, non-splatter bacon you may wind up eating it more often than you intended..
One of the best indoor grill setups I’ve ever seen.
The drip tray is good for one pound of bacon when you use the “kickstand” – the tray fills up fast. If it overflows, you’ll have a mess beneath the grill. If the grill sits flat, the tray holds about 50% more, as it’s not at an angle. But the more it fills, the more careful you
need to be emptying it. Or wait for it to fully cool, then you can scrape it out. If you want to pull grease and lard from meats for later use (yes, some people still cook with it and eat it as a sandwich spread), this grill is a great way to accomplish that.