Grilled fish that is troublesome to clean oil stains. It's easy to use a frying pan instead, or put it on a bat so that the oil doesn't fall off even if you use the grill. Is the best.
Just repeat, cleaning is troublesome. Immediately after baking, it's hot, so let's leave it for a while → forget it because it's hard to see → oil stains stick to it → clean it.
I want to achieve both a delicious finish and the ease of cleaning up. The "Grilled saucer sheet" found at the 100-yen shop CAN DO will make that happen.
To use it, just lay it on the saucer of the grill when grilling fish. It seems to catch oil stains and odors.
Water can also be poured from the top of the sheet. Rather, if the amount of water is small, the sheet may burn or burn, which is dangerous! The most important point is here. When baking for a long time, it is essential to check the amount of water on the way.
This time, I tried grilling the No. 1 fish (personal view) that pollutes the inside of the grill with oil drop and internal organ explosion.
Take out the nicely baked pacific saury and check the sheet. Sure enough, some of the oil and internal organs have fallen on the sheet.
It's OK if you remove this together with the sheet using a vegetable chopstick. If you fold it toward the center, it will be difficult for dirt to spread. The removed sheet becomes burning garbage as it is.
The grill saucer with the sheet removed is in a state where some oil is floating in the water, but it seems to be clean just by washing it quickly. If this is the case, even if it is left unattended for a while, it will not cause a sticking that makes you feel heavy. If you don't like the hassle of cleaning and hesitate to use the grilled fish, please try it!