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Gas Grill Buying Advice

With the popularity of grilling spreading all over the world, you may get to find many sorts of grills, such as electric grills, charcoal grills, gas grills, pellet grills and Infrared grills in the market. For many home chefs, the gas grill is the most commonly used outdoor cooking device.

Gas Grill
The main body of the gas grill is usually made from cast aluminum, sheet metal, cast iron, or stainless steel among which stainless steel is the most preferred material of professional cooking equipment because it lasts longer and will not rust. But a grill made of stainless steel is much more expensive than one made of any other materials. There are many forms of gas grills available on the market, whichever type you choose, be sure to look for a welded frame, which lends stability to the entire unit. In the best scenario, there should be two heat elements (or burners) with separate controls so that the cook can have a cool zone and a hot zone for indirect cooking and searing.

Gas grills require fuel either from a natural gas line or from a propane tank. The grill must be equipped for the specific fuel. The majority of gas grills use metal tanks full of liquid propane (LP) gas. LP gas has the advantage of coming in a portable tank, and it is available nearly everywhere, whereas natural gas uses a pipe connected to the gas main at your home. However, if price is a factor, natural gas, though more costly for the initial setup, will save money in the long run.

As you move beyond the basic grill design, most manufacturers offer several options to enhance your grilling abilities. Some of the most popular options are described below.

Multi-tier grills: This grill installs a second and even a third cooking surface above the main one. Because the temperature decreases greatly as the distance between the cooking surface and fuel source increases, the second cooking surface is typically used for things like steaming vegetables and keeping cooked meat warm.

Side burners: By running a hose on a gas grill to a small burner attached to the side of the grill, manufacturers provide a way to cook sauces or other foods that need to be in a pan or pot.

Rotisserie: This is a long metal rod suspended horizontally above the fuel source and rotated slowly, usually by an electric motor. It is used primarily for slow-roasting poultry or vegetables.

Buying Tips:
Most gas grills are expensive, so you can consider buying one only if you frequently cook on it or you will hold large gatherings around your house, or else it is only a waste of money. If you decide to buy one, please be clear about the following points: How much money do you plan to spend? What is the ideal grill size for you? Gas grills works quick and is very energy saving. Try the gas grill at the shop to see if there is any leakage from the product. At the same time, please be aware that gas grill is an outdoor device and it would be dangerous to use it in closed surroundings.

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