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Gas Grills - Reviews, Recipes And Manufacturers

Gas Grill

Gas grills, one of the most popular grills, these make use of natural gas or propane as the fuel source, instead of using charcoal as fuel for cooking food.  The gas flame cooks the food directly or heats the grilling elements which distribute the heat and cook the food indirectly. Gas grills are found in various sizes ranging from portable, table top grills to large commercial grills used in restaurants.  A typical gas grill that is designed for home use will have two or three gas burners, a steel rack filled with briquettes or steel plates to distribute the heat from the gas flame, and a painted steel or stainless steel cart with plastic handles.  A smaller grill may have only one burner, whereas a large grill may have four to six burners.

Gas grills are most commonly preferred to the traditional charcoal grill, because of its ease of use. Still, there always exists a debate between, Gas Grill vs. Charcoal Grill. It depends upon the personal preference.


Gas Grills Types
There are mainly two types of gas grills:

  • Propane Grills can be kept anywhere. The only disadvantage with it is that propane is a flammable product. Therefore, you should take extra care while moving its cylinder from one place to the other and prevent dropping it.
  • Natural Grills are easier to use, but they have to be installed at one place. For moving them, you have to run a gas line up to where you have them placed.

Gas Grills Brands
You can find several grills in the market, with many popular brands to choose from. Usually the grilling enthusiasts say that gas grills are the best, as they offer constant heat and tend to cook more evenly. Some of the suggested brands of gas grills that have good ratings with consumers include, Weber, Salton, Lynx, George Foreman, Paul Wall and many more.


Special Features of Gas Grills
Most of the gas grills have special features like side burners and rotisseries. These features usually charge extra and come on as an add-on benefit. Gas grills are usually made from aluminum, but those made from stainless steel are more durable, in spite of being expensive.


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Care & Maintenance: The best option to increase the life of your gas grill is to take its care & maintain it properly, so that it can perform at its best. A neglected grill may quickly rust and become unsafe. It does not need much time, requires only a few minutes before and after each use to clean and maintain your grill in top condition.
   
Grill Recipes: While talking of gas grills, one cannot forget to talk about the endless delicious recipes that can be made using these grills. Now you no more need to travel all the way to Mongolia or Hawaii to get a taste of tempting gas grill recipes.

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