What’s the best way to drain ground beef that you have just cooked in a frying pan? Check out this great tip!
Simple. You take a big colander and line it with paper towels.
Once the meat is finished, pour the meat onto the paper towels and place the colander back over the skillet. This allows the meat to completely drain without grease spilling over onto you counter or ground beef slipping through the slits in the colander. It also prevents the grease from going down your drain.
It’s virtually mess free—which I like!
I did not know this little trick until Denise taught it to me. I love it! I was always trying to scoop out the grease, with a spoon, into a jar, precariously placed in my sink, praying the meat did not all come sliding out and down the drain. Anybody else been there and done that? – Melissa