Never Splatter Bacon Grease Again! This Genius Product Stops Greasy Splatters
Love bacon? You need this product.
What’s better than waking up to the smell of bacon cooking? What a perfect way to start the day!
However, your dancing feet will soon be stilled when you realize the giant cleanup you now have on your hands. Bacon grease spatters are notoriously hard to clean up, and until now, there was no way around it. But, with an ingenious new product, you will never need to scrub grease stains off your countertop again!
It is heat-safe and foolproof, and it works great for making everything from fried chicken to latkes. Previous products like splatter guards aren’t as effective since they only work to protect the surface area that you are able to cover.
With Frywall, you are actually preventing the splatters from leaving your pan, rather than simply covering your stove and countertops with splatter guards or aluminum foil. Not to mention, hot grease can be dangerous. With Frywall, you will be safe from flying droplets of sizzling grease. When you are done with it, just stick it in the dishwasher. I can then be rolled up for convenient storage.
Now that you have the solution to grease, you might be wondering what recipes to try! Why not make a simple yet impressive dish of pan-roasted chicken thighs? Here’s a simple recipe to try:
- Preheat oven to 475 degrees.
- Heat some vegetable oil in a cast iron stove until shimmering.
- Lay bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs in the pan, skin side down. (Season beforehand with salt, pepper and any other seasonings you desire.)
- Cook for about 12 minutes, rearranging when necessary to keep from sticking.
- Transfer thighs to the oven for 13 minutes. Flip and cook 5 minutes more.
There you have it! Juicy chicken with crispy skin… and no grease splatters to clean up. Can’t get any better than that!
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