There is nothing more satisfying than the smell of meat being cooked on barbecue grills. So what are you waiting for? Why not hold a barbecue this weekend? Don’t have a grill yet? If you don’t have a grill or if you’re ready to upgrade the grill you have or or if you’re looking to try out a different type of grill, read this guide first!
This is the most popular type because gas barbecue grills get hot very quickly and have temperature control so you can make sure your food is cooked to perfection. They can run either on bottled propane or natural gas from your utility provider. If you’re looking for a gas grill, choose one that has multiple burners with separate controls to cook food at different temperatures as the same time. Its disadvantages? Gas grills are generally more expensive and your cooked food will come out slightly bland.
These grills use charcoal briquettes as the fuel and fire power for cooking. Barbecuing with charcoal is more time-consuming and expensive than a gas grill, but some people will always prefer the taste of cooking with charcoal, especially when it is made of natural wood. When you cook with a charcoal grill, you will always get that rich smokey flavor. However, if you do choose a charcoal grill, note that getting the grill ready to go takes at least 45 minutes of starting the coals and pre-heating the grill. You will also need to spend some time cleaning up your grill and disposing of the ashes when you’re done.
These grills are powered by electricity and cook meat using heated grill plates with no actual fire required. These grills heat up quickly and cool down fast and their non-stick grids make them easy to clean. Electric Grills are indoor grills but you can simply take them outside to a place with an outlet, of course. Although very practical and easy to use, electric grills produce results that look similar to their fire-powered counterparts but they are not a replacement for the traditional grill.
So have you decided which one to buy? Do tell us how your barbecue event goes!