Coleman Portable Grill

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$249.95
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Coleman Gas Grill | Portable Propane Grill | Roadtrip 225 Standup Grill, Red recommended by Skillet Director
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Coleman Portable Grill Buyers’ Guide

How to clean a Coleman portable grill?

All cleaning should only be done when the grill has cooled down and the fuel supply is turned off at the cylinder. The drip tray should be removed and cleaned after each use with mild dishwashing liquid detergent and hot water. The cooking grates must also be cleaned immediately after the cooking is finished. Use barbecue mitts to protect your hands while scrubbing the cooking grates with a damp and soapy cloth. The grills can also be removed and cleaned with a mild detergent and warm water. Remove any stubborn residue or stains with a scrub brush and a mild cleanser solution, but do not use a commercial oven cleaner solution. Use a wire brush to clean any corrosion from the outside of the burner. Clean any clogged gas portholes with a paper clip that has been opened.

How to fold a Coleman portable grill?

The Coleman portable grill folds easily for storage and transportation. Fold the Coleman portable grill by putting your foot on the base, lifting the handle up a little bit to unhook the latch and lower it. This will allow you to easily collapse the whole grill and move it. Setting it back up again is just as easy as folding it. Always clean the grill and grease tray before moving or storing it. Coat the burner lightly with some oil to avoid any rusting. Never move the grill when it is turned on, still hot, or when it has objects on the cooking surface or side tables. Move the grill slowly, do not run with it behind you or it may damage the grill or cause an injury by hitting you from behind.

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Author: Mark Miller

I have graduated The Culinary Institute of America in 2013 and became a chef assistant in one of New York city restaurants. As a talented young cook I began to move up the career ladder – just a few years later I'm worked as a chef in the most prestigious restaurants. Early in my career, I attended many workshops and seminars in Europe and the United States. The training took place at Michelin 3*-4* restaurants and cooking schools.