smokeless grill - who has one and can share their opinion?
Also if you have any photos of the end results, I am always down to look at juicy pieces of meat!
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awesome. I might go with this seeing as its 1/3 of the cost and looks easier to clean and small then the Philips. Have you cooked marinated meats on it like Korean bbq? if so how was the smokebonterra wrote: ↑ I have a Zojirushi. Like it a lot. I mostly use it for seafood, shrimp, scallops, calamari, and vegetables. It gives good grill marks and gets really hot. We've done steak a few times, but it takes too long to cook so we mostly just mark/sear and then finish in the oven. The grill is very non-stick, which makes it perfect for delicate seafood. It's fairly easy to clean, drip pan can go int dishwasher but grill surface gets washed by hand.
https://www.amazon.ca/Zojirushi-EB-CC15 ... ushi+grill
I used to have a Hamilton Beach Flavour Grill but it didn't sear as well as the Zoji. I liked the cover on it, but if I want to cover my other one I just put a 9 by 13 baking pan over it, upside down.
Neither of the grills made any smoke.
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I have cooked marinated seafood with no smoke. I'm planning on cooking ribs this weekend, I'll throw them on the grill and see if there is smoke. It's really mostly for searing and giving a grilled taste. I don't think it would work well for start to finish cooking of larger cuts like short ribs, for example.
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In place of the lid, you could probably take regular indoor grill and just lightly cover it with foil paper to reduce splatter. Easier cleanup.Keelie wrote: ↑ I've had a couple and this so far is the best one I've bought, I really like the lid, no splatter on the counters. It does what I need it to do and it all comes apart for easy cleaning. But, I dont really use it often, I'm a die hard bbq/smoker and nothing beats the flavour I can get outside, even in winter.
https://www.amazon.ca/Hamilton-Beach-25 ... WH495HEKD4
Feb 23rd, 2018 12:43 am
The lid is great, its got some height to it and it also protects the sides of the grill from grease splatter. You just take it off and it goes into the dishwasher, as well as the grill and drip pan. Pretty easy clean up and no wasted foil every time you use it.