Summer is here and there is no better way to celebrate it than an outdoor barbecue party! Gather your loved ones and friends; fire up the grill and barbecue your favorite food items to perfection! And speaking of barbecue grills, we just want to share with you the different types of grills on sale that are out in the market today. Here they are!
1. Portable Grills
Portable grills commonly run on charcoal or propane. One distinct feature of this grill type is their portability. In other words, they can be transported anywhere without any hassle. Their relatively small size makes them portable and while being small is advantageous at times, you should know that it also has disadvantages. Portable grills are perfect if you’ll go on picnics; host a cookout on the beach or spend nights in the outdoors. However, because of their small size, the amount of food that you can cook on them isn’t too many. So if you are planning to cook hotdogs and hamburgers for a lot of people, this isn’t the best grill to use.
2. Electric Grills
Electric grills make use of electricity to grill meat. They feature heated grill plates and don’t require fire to cook food. You should know that these have outdoor and indoor varieties, too. This type of grill is best for those who live in the city where space is minimal and fire regulations do not allow the use of charcoal or gas grills. Just make sure though that you’ll comply with your local laws when you buy and use electric grills. You do not want to make your landlord or neighbors worry about fire accidents because of grilling hamburgers. What’s not great about electric grills is that they do not provide the smoky flavor that traditional grills provide. So imagine if you’re cooking ribs or hams, will it be okay for you if they do not get that smoky twist?
3. Gas Grills
Gas grills are popular types of backyard grills. They can be fueled with bottled propane or natural gas that’s properly installed by your gas provider. We can’t say that there’s a big difference between the use of propane or natural gas except for the fact that having a designated natural gas line for the grill is more convenient than refilling propane tanks every now and then. Now you might ask if you can smoke meat with this type of grill. Yes, there are gas grills that come with smokers but we’re pretty sure that you won’t get as much smokiness as you can from charcoal grills.
4. Charcoal Grills
Charcoal grills, baby! These beauties make use of charcoal briquettes to cook food. As expected, the use of charcoal grills is more time-consuming and probably a little expensive than gas grills. However, we cannot deny the fact that the smoky and mouth-watering taste of grilled meat items cooked on these are way more satisfying and definitely preferred!
5. La Caja China
Well, we consider our magic barbecue grill distinct and unique. It is fueled by charcoals and is also still portable. It’s versatile when it comes to the variety of food items that you can grill in it. You can cook items as small as vegetables, fish steaks, shrimps and kebabs. You can also grill big chunks of meat in it: baby back ribs, steaks, flanks, loins, hams — you name it! You can even roast a whole pig to perfection! And what’s best about the La Caja China is that cooking time is shorter than the traditional charcoal grill. Want to find out more? Call us!
We hope that you learned about the different types of barbecue grills on sale. Feel free to browse our blog page to learn about recommended whole hog cooking times; the best marinade for big roast; must-have barbecue accessories; dishes to grill in your Chinese magic box and even check out La Caja China reviews from our loyal customers! And remember, to serve the tastiest grilled dishes, only use the best barbecue grill in town! Visit our website or call us at 1-800-338-1323 to get your La Caja China now!
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