There are quite a few things that go so well together, it feels wrong to eat them apart. Peanut Butter and Jelly. Burger and Fries. One of those is spaghetti and meatballs. Problem is, while pasta is fairly simple to make at home, meatballs tend to be a little more difficult. Either you have to flatten them to get them to cook evenly, or you try to keep them round but end up with that “raw on one side, burnt on the other” problem.
This grill basket fixes the problem for you. Put up to a dozen meatballs into the basket, set on the grill and enjoy. The perforated wells drip fat away, and the handle is removable to allow the grill lid to close.
Whether you want a meatball sub, or a plate of spaghetti, this grill helps get you there. Now, if the spaghetti part is your problem, you’re on your own.
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