Portable Electric Grill Reviews
Portable Electric Grills
There are a lot of people who won't use anything but a charcoal grill. And while its true that the older electric grills did tend to produce dried out cuts of meat, the newer electric grills are quite capable of making tender and juicy steaks, chops and other cuts of meat cooked to perfection.
But not only are todays electric grills much better at cooking they are also quite handy especially for people who wouldn't otherwise be able to have a grill due to a lack of space and or other codes that prohibit gas or charcoal grills
This article on portable electric grill reviews covers some of the top portable electric grills on the market today.
Things To Consider In An Electric Grill
Some things that you might want to consider before purchasing a portable electric grill. Is the cooking area, the watts and ease of clean up.
For instance you really don't want want a grill that cooks under 1000 watts, otherwise you won't get the proper browning and grill marks. My favorite which is the weber cooks at 1560 watts.
Electric Grill Reviews
This little Weber electric grill may be a little pricey, but it more than makes up for the price with the quality of the food and the easy clean-up. The Weber Q 140 can quite easily hold up to four average size steaks, or 6 large hamburger patties.
The Meco 9210 is a nice little affordable electric grill that works well to take on camping trips as well as for use on your deck or balcony. The Meco cooks at 1650 watts with a cooking space of 164 inches.
This Meco 9300 for just a few more dollars offers more cooking space and very little assembly. The Meco 9300 cooks at 1670 watts and has 200 square inches of cooking space.
The Dimplex Powerchef is probably the most pricey grill that I've reviewed so far. But if you're looking for a slightly larger more expensive grill then this just might be the one for you. Not only is it portable and easy to handle but the cooking space will quite easily hold up to 11 hamburgers. The Dimplex cooks at 1600 watts
This George Foreman indoor outdoor grill is a good choice for anyone looking for a small and inexpensive electric grill. The grill cooks at 1600 watts and has 240 square inches of cooking surface. One nice thing about George Foreman products is that you can always count on the quality.
The Brinkman Smoke N Grill electric is a good choice if you like to smoke as well as grill your food. This little grill holds up to 50 pounds of food and heats at 1500 watts. Just recently I smoked a 12 pound turkey and an brisket on mine. The food turned out delicious and tender, just make sure to add some hickory chips for that perfect smoked flavor.
* It's much easier to clean a warm grill than a cold one.
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