When you set up your commercial-grade Char-Broil grill, you may be wondering, “How do I light my grill?” You are probably also curious about the components of an infrared grill. Infrared cooking systems use infrared radiators and cooking grates to transfer heat without a flame. These grills come in a variety of models, including two, three, and four burner models.
The Char-Broil Performance Series infrared grills have four burners and four stainless steel burners, with a warranty on the firebox and lid. Perfect for searing large quantities of food, they have a stainless steel finish and a flip-up warming rack.
Infrared grills also have a small footprint, which is ideal for small kitchens. They require less maintenance and lower operating costs because their heating elements require no fuel. You will need a minimum of 15 minutes on a high heat to cook the food and burn off any leftover food. You can then clean it with a grill brush. However, there are a few drawbacks to this barbecue. The first drawback is that it gets smoky, but this is a compromise for the lower cooking temperatures.
Keep in mind that infrared grills are not as easy to operate as standard types of grills. You may need to experiment with it before making the best choice for you. The best way to choose the right one for your needs is to read reviews of various infrared grills and choose the one that best suits your requirements.