Electric BBQ, Table BBQ, Removable Plates, Grease Tray, Dishwasher Safe Parts, Enclosed Lid
Electric BBQ, Table BBQ, Dishwasher Safe Parts, Adjustable Thermostat, Removable Plates, Grease Tray
Electric BBQ, Table BBQ, Lid, Dishwasher Safe Parts, Removable Plates, Grease Tray, Timer, Enclosed Lid
Electric BBQ, Table BBQ, Grease Tray
Electric BBQ, Table BBQ, Dishwasher Safe Parts, Removable Plates, Grease Tray
Electric BBQ, Table BBQ, Lid, Dishwasher Safe Parts, Removable Plates, Grease Tray, Enclosed Lid
Electric BBQ, Table BBQ, Portable, Lid, Adjustable Thermostat, Dishwasher Safe Parts, Enclosed Lid
When using an electric grill, safety should still be a top priority, even though there's no open flame to worry about. Always remember to use a safe and properly grounded outdoor socket and check if there's a residual current device (RCD) available. This device helps protect you against electric shock in case of any malfunction or electrical issues.
There are 2 different types of electric grills: the radiation grill, which has the heat source at the bottom and radiates upwards, and the contact grill, which works more like a griddle. The choice is entirely up to personal preference. But if you're looking for a grill that's similar to a gas grill, the radiation grill is your best bet.
Check out how to use an electric grill and get grilling.
If you've opted for a charcoal or gas grill over an electric one because you think it's impossible to get that classic grill flavour with electricity – think again. It's possible, just in a slightly different way.
One option is to use smoke chips. Place impregnated wood chips in an open smoker box on your electric grill with a lid to give your food that smoky taste.
Another great option is to brush on a smoky glaze during cooking. You can even find bottled smoke essence to add an extra punch of smoky flavour to your usual glaze.
And if you want to infuse your food with smoky flavour right from the start, try making a smoked marinade. This will give your food a delicious smoky taste.