Infrared cookers have been a staple in the restaurant industry for years but saavy shoppers are discovering these innovations as the best new grilling option to replace home charcoal and electric grills. Infrared grills use a indirect heat to cook the food, resulting in a more uniform and less dry result.
The top advantages of cooking with an infrared cooker vs. charcoal:
- Faster cooking times.
- Sears meats, making them juicier, more flavorful and moist.
- Less mess.
- Decreased flare ups.
- More uniform cooking.
This is a smoker, roaster and grill.
Large enough for a good size turkey, awesome for ribs and all in less time than charcoal. Wood chips or charbroil pellets are recommended for additional flavor.
One of the best things about this smoker is that it can also be used as a grill for steaks, burgers, hot dogs, etc. Char Broil was one of the early mainstream grill manufacturers to start producing the infrared grill for consumers.
This smoker combines heavy duty features at an affordable price.
There is no charcoal or oil needed. There is no spit rod to balance. There is no flare up because of the infrared cooking system.
This multi-faceted grill includes an internal smoker box which uses wood chips or pellets without the need of air dampers or a messy water pan. Further product specification can be viewed here.