Hairy Bikers Ceramic Health Grill £9.99 Aldi
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Hairy Bikers Ceramic Health Grill £9.99 Aldi

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LocalFound 15th Jun 2017
Rustle up all kinds of delicious meals with the Hairy Bikers Grill. Available with cream-coloured or marble-effect ceramic plates, not only is the grill easy to use, it looks stylish too. Ideal for cooking meat, fish and vegetables, you can use it as a grill or a smoker.

Features
Double thermal fused
Cast handle with Bikers branding detail
Drip tray for excess fat
Double curved ceramic plates to help you cook healthy, low fat meals
Infusion ring
1'' floating hinge to allow for larger food portions
On/off LED
Can be used as a grill or a smoker
Guarantee/Warranty
1 Year
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    Paid £15 for this in Aldi, brilliant thing and ceramic too.

    Edit: I just realised that I refereed to a ceramic grill as brilliant at 06:05 in the morning; I may have to take a break from this site for a bit...
    Edited by: "BIGUSHEADUS" 15th Jun 2017
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    Paid £15 for this in Aldi, brilliant thing and ceramic too.

    Edit: I just realised that I refereed to a ceramic grill as brilliant at 06:05 in the morning; I may have to take a break from this site for a bit...
    Edited by: "BIGUSHEADUS" 15th Jun 2017
    I spotted this on Amazon a while back but the reviews condemn this machine... Paid £5 more for a salter, had no problems with it.
    Non removable plates so can't put in dishwasher always put me off these kind of things. An I unnecessarily concerned?
    Edited by: "morpheus" 15th Jun 2017
    The web site say they are £19.95 but are sold out online is this a reduce store specific item
    morpheus

    Non removable plates so can't put in dishwasher always put me off these … Non removable plates so can't put in dishwasher always put me off these kind of things. An I unnecessarily concerned?


    I lost my last grill to cumulative grease in hard to clean spots so you're not alone.
    Saw these at the weekend in Tamworth (store by railway station). Like Morpheus I am put off my non removable plates due to previous experiences so will pay more for one to make it easier to clean.
    Can anyone recommend a grill with removable plates
    Oh yes, it's definitely healthy to let the natural juices drain out of meat. Those natural juices that our bodies have evolved over millennia to digest successfully. The meat might be a little dry mind you, but serve alongside a bought sauce made with refined vegetable oil and refined sugar. That'll be super healthy and perfect for your body. The food industry won't mind.

    Just be sure to have some low fat yoghurt after to fill yourself up, full of sugar to make it taste nice in the absence of fat. Make sure it is low fat though, otherwise the dairy's won't be able to keep the cream for free to sell on separately.

    Cynical enough?
    OB1

    Oh yes, it's definitely healthy to let the natural juices drain out of … Oh yes, it's definitely healthy to let the natural juices drain out of meat. Those natural juices that our bodies have evolved over millennia to digest successfully. The meat might be a little dry mind you, but serve alongside a bought sauce made with refined vegetable oil and refined sugar. That'll be super healthy and perfect for your body. The food industry won't mind. Just be sure to have some low fat yoghurt after to fill yourself up, full of sugar to make it taste nice in the absence of fat. Make sure it is low fat though, otherwise the dairy's won't be able to keep the cream for free to sell on separately. Cynical enough?



    ​I just eat my grilled chicken with veg with no sauces and I don't like yoghurt anyway haha
    Worst grill ever, from personal experience
    Heat added lol
    OB1

    Oh yes, it's definitely healthy to let the natural juices drain out of … Oh yes, it's definitely healthy to let the natural juices drain out of meat. Those natural juices that our bodies have evolved over millennia to digest successfully. The meat might be a little dry mind you, but serve alongside a bought sauce made with refined vegetable oil and refined sugar. That'll be super healthy and perfect for your body. The food industry won't mind. Just be sure to have some low fat yoghurt after to fill yourself up, full of sugar to make it taste nice in the absence of fat. Make sure it is low fat though, otherwise the dairy's won't be able to keep the cream for free to sell on separately. Cynical enough?



    The best thing these sort of grills are for is burgers, the amount of fat which drips out is disgusting.
    very nice
    brilliant bit of kit,metal handle was a mistake though.
    Mine blew up last week, I plugged it in and as it was heating up sparks came out the back and it threw my trip switch!
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