With so many portable grills to chose from it can be difficult to chose just one. Luckily, there are a few ways to tell which grill is the right one for you. Price, fuel source, and amount of usage all play a factor into finding the perfect portable grill for you.
So many companies are producing portable grills these days. It is difficult to tell whether you are purchasing a high quality grill or a grill that just appears to be a high quality. This is why it is important to always look into the manufacturer of your portable Weber Grill for BBQ.
Some of the highest quality brands of portable grills are Weber and George Foreman. These are well established brands that are setup to build quality products. Weber and George Foreman may use different fuel sources, however, their products both cook extremely well and have a good amount of space for a person who does not grill often. Weber does offer products that can support major grilling aficionados.
The next part of the equation that you need to look at is what fuel type you are going to use. There is wood, charcoal and propane to fuel your portable grill. Wood is rare to find in a portable grill. Most wood grills are those used by professional smokers and barbecue teams.
Charcoal and propane are much more common in portable grills. Charcoal has the advantage of a rich, smoky flavor. It does take time to start the charcoal fire and get your charcoal ready to cook. However, the results are just amazing. Propane is yet another option for your portable grill. Propane has the advantage of cooking fast. It gets your food cooked and you get to enjoy your food quicker. The only problem with propane is that it is highly flammable. If you leave propane in a warm location, for example, in the back of a vehicle of a hot summer’s day, there is a chance it could explode.
The last factor you need to look at when you are purchasing your next portable grill is how many people you will be grilling for. This is important because without knowing how many people you are grilling for you cannot purchase the right size grill. Having a grill that is too large or too small can be a real pain!
There are several grills on the market today that bill themselves as solar electric or plain electric portable grills. The only grill in this category that is portable and truly electric is the George Foreman grill. This grill can only be used near an electrical outlet, unlike many of the other grills which can be used while you are camping, or at the beach.
So many portable grills are on the market. With the enormous amount of options to chose from, you have to be careful you pick the right one for you. When you are purchasing your next portable grill make sure to look at the material the grill is constructed out of, the fuel source and how many people you will be feeding. By looking at these three qualities you will be better prepared for a full grilling experience.