If you've ever cooked salmon, chicken, or other lean meats on your grill, you know that they love to stick to the grates.
Here's a simple and easy trick to prevent that.
Start up your grill, and wait until it gets to your desired cooking temperature.
Grab a raw potato, and slice it in half.
Skewer the end of that potato with a two-prong meat fork, or a dinner fork.
Then rub the exposed center of the potato onto the grate.
By doing this, your coating your grill grates with the starch from the potato which creates a non stick barrier.
Here I'm rubbing the potato on only the right side of the grill.
And I am going to put chicken on both sides to see how they do.
And, as expected, the part of a chicken on the left side is sticking, while the right side comes off easily.
For more grilling how to's and tips, check out cnet's guide to smart living.
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