The Advantages of Natural or Propane Gas and Electric BBQ Grills
Barbecuing is about more then just cooking a great meal. It can be a opportunity to bring colleagues and family together and the great way to try out different ways to add additional flavors of fresh meats, fish and vegetables. With gas or electric barbecue char grills the outcome is delicious, simple food with mouth-watering aroma. These days, gas barbecue grills and electric grills let you to prepare a simple and tasty Barbecue in your own kitchen, backyard or patio.
For some families, the choice of the electric BBQ grill is simply a matter of convenience. With the electric outdoor or indoor grills, plugging the cord into an outlet and allowing for preheating is all that is necessary to start your barbecue. There is no fighting to get the charcoal to start burning or lugging bottles of propane to be filled.
When you install these grills indoors for long-lasting use, its a good idea to locate them close to an existing range hood if they do not have there own.
Gas grills are easy to use and also low maintenance, for grills that use propane cylinders you just have to make sure you do not run out of gas. Volcanic rock is usually spread out below the grill and is heated by gas burners to give the food an authentic barbecue flavor. Most of the larger gas barbecue grills today also let you cook using a rotisserie. Just make sure you turn the gas off at the bottle when you have finished cooking to avoid any possibility of a gas leak.
Natural gas is fast becoming the preferred choice for outdoor and indoor grills. Natural gas burns a lot cleaner and is much cheaper compared to propane gas. You will need to get a licensed specialized to connect you to the gas mains, but this additional cost is worth the benefits. You will save money long term and will not have to worry about running out of gas half way by your barbecue.
Basic tools which are needed when using a grill to cook your food: a long fork and tong for adjusting and turning food; a stiff steel brush for scrubbing the grill; heatproof mitts for emergency adjustment for the grill or spit, and long handled spatulas; metal skews for cooking kebabs, wood skews are OK when cooking on a griddle, but not a open grill under a naked flame.
You may want to include a hinged grill basket with long handles for holding and turning fish and smaller meat cuts and vegetables, some aluminum trays in various sizes to use as drip pans under large roasts and spit-roasted food, a meat thermometer and a stainless steel roast tray is a must for cooking roast, turkeys lamb or vegetables.