Know Your Grill
The Quick Clean™ – – One touch and the plates are quickly removed for easy clean up. With a variable temperature control, variable height control and easy release plates, the Quick Clean™ is a simple way to do a lot of grilling and a little cleaning.
|A. Stainless Steel Exterior.||B. Floating Hinged Top Plate.|
|C. 1800 Watts of Power.||D. PFOA-Free Non-Stick Coating.|
|E. Fat Reducing Angled Grilling Plates.||F. Removable Drip Tray.|
|G. Power ‘ON’ and ‘READY’ Lights.||H. Plate Release Buttons for Easy Removal.|
|I. Variable Temperature Control.||J. Non-Skid Feet.|
|K. Cord Storage.||L. Adjustable Grilling Height Control.|
|M. Heavy Duty Metal Arms.||N. Not Shown Breville Assist™ Plug.|
The Quick Clean™ comes with some special features.
- PFOA-Free non-stick. The non-stick coating used on both the flat plate and the ribbed plate of the Quick Clean™ is PFOA-Free.
- Floating Hinge Top Plate. The top plate of the grill is set on a floating hinge. This allows for a simple grilled cheese sandwich and a thicker panini sandwich to get the same thorough grilling no matter the height of the sandwich being grilled. The floating hinge keeps the top plate from settling at an angle and only grilling part of the sandwich.
- Ensure that the removable drip tray is correctly and fully inserted into the grill.
- The bottom plate must be inserted first into the grill, followed by the top plate. Before heating begin, ensure that both are securely locked into position.
Before First Use
- Remove any promotional and packaging materials and labels and safely discard them.
- Wipe both plates down with a soft damp cloth and dry thoroughly before inserting into the grill
All Breville® products have at least a one-year limited product warranty, valid from the date of purchase. Should your Breville® product have a defect in product material or workmanship within the Warranty period, Breville® will arrange to have your original product returned to us, and either deliver an identical or comparable replacement to you, free of charge, or apply such other remedy as described below. Some models may have longer warranty periods on the product or specific components so please consult the individual product warranty for complete terms and conditions.
DO NOT RETURN PRODUCT TO THE STORE*
Please follow these instructions, subject to the terms of the Warranty, to receive faster service:
1. Write down the product model number, batch code (this is a 3 or 4 digit number) and/or serial number. These can be found on a sticker or molded into the product housing and are teypically located underneath or on the back of the product
2. Have the original or a copy of the sales receipt.
3. Contact Breville®. Please see Breville® USA contact information below.
4. If the product, or one of its parts, qualifies for replacement or service under the Warranty, Breville® will send a pre-paid shipping label via email so that the product may be sent to Breville® at no cost to you. Upon receipt of the product, Breville® may ship the replacement or contact you with further information regarding repair of the product. Typical turnaround time to address Warranty claims is up to 10 business days, plus shipping, depending on your geographical location and type of damage or Warranty claim.
5. For additional protection of the product and and to ensure secure handling while a product is being returned for any Warranty repair, Breville® recommends that you use Breville’s shipping label or a traceable, insured delivery service. Breville® is not responsible for any damage while a product is in transit.
For the complete terms of warranty, see the warranty PDF:
One-Year Limited Product Warranty.pdf
* California residents – please see paragraph entitled “Warranty Notice to California Residents Only” on page 4.
Breville® USA Contact Information
8am to 5pm (Pacific Time) Monday through Friday, excluding holidays
Head Office Address:
19400 S. Western Ave
Torrance, CA 90501
(Please do not return product to this address without speaking to Breville® and obtaining a Return Authority number.)
Care and Use
- The green ‘READY’ light will cycle on and off during the cooking cycle. This will indicate that the correct temperature is being maintained.
- Do not use spray-on non-stick coatings as this will affect the performance of the non-stick surface on the cooking plates.
- Always remove the top plate before the bottom plate. When reinstalling the plates, always insert the bottom plate before the top plate.
- Do not use metal utensils, sharp object or cut food on the grill as this will scratch the non-stick surface.
- Do not immerse the power cord, power plug, or the grill itself in water or any other liquid.
- Always remove the plug from the power outlet before cleaning.
- Allow the grill to cool considerably before cleaning. It is always easier to clean when the plates are slightly warm but they must cool down significantly from cooking temperature.
- Always clean the grill after each use to prevent a build up of baked-on foods.
- Wipe the cooking plates with a soft cloth after each use.
- For baked on foods, remove the grill plates, using the plate release feature and starting with the top plate, and wash them in hot soapy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
- For stubborn residue, use a non abrasive plastic scouring pad or nylon washing brush. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
- To replace the plates, always insert the bottom plate first and the top plate second.
- The drip tray should also be cleaned after every use.
- Wash the tray in warm soapy water, do not place in the dishwasher. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
- Avoid the use of scouring pads or harsh detergents on the drip tray, the cooking plates, or the exterior of the grill.
For the best results, always use cuts of meat thick enough to touch both the top and bottom plates when the grill is closed.
- Beef – Recommended cuts of beef are Sirloin(New York), Rump, Rib Eye, and Fillet.
- Lamb – Recommended cuts of lamb are Trim Lamb Leg Steak, Fillet, Eye of Loin, Cutlets, and Diced Lamb.
- Pork – Recommended cuts of pork are Butterfly Loin Steak, Spare Ribs, Leg Steak, Fillet, and Diced Pork
- For tougher cuts such as beef blade, topside steak or lamb forequarter or neck chops it is recommended that these be marinated for a few hours or over night in a marinade with wine or vinegar in it to assist with breaking down the connective tissues.
- It is not recommended to cook items with thick bones such as T-Bone steaks.
- If using a marinade or using pre-marinated meats, drain the excess marinade off and dab with a paper towel before placing on the grill. Some marinades contain high sugar levels which can scorch on the grill plate when cooked.
- Do not overcook meat; pork is better served pink and juicy.
- Do not pierce meat with a fork or cut meat while cooking, this allows the juices to escape and creates a tougher piece of meat when cooking is complete.
- When removing fish pieces, use a flat, heat-resistant, non-metallic spatula to support the food.
- Parboiling sausage can alleviate the need to pierce sausage before cooking.
|Ingredient And Type||Cooking Times
Thin Cut Steak
|3 Minutes for Medium Rare
5 – 6 minutes for well done
1 – 2 minutes
4 – 6 minutes
|4 – 6 minutes|
|6 minutes or until cooked through
4 – 5 minutes or until cooked through
|3 – 4 minutes
6 – 7 minutes
|Panini or focaccia||3 – 5 minutes or until golden brown|
(sliced 1/2 inch thick)
|3 – 5 minutes|
|2 – 4 minutes
3 – 5 minutes