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Your Guide To Buying an Indoor Grill

By Nicole Blanckenberg

    Indoor grills are the perfect solution for eating tasty barbecue all year round, no matter the weather. A popular choice for people living in apartments without outdoor grill space, as well as for people who want to be able to bbq anytime, anywhere, there are a lot of options available. To help you choose just the right product for you, we have put together this indoor grill shopping guide to get you grilling in no time.

    Also known as electric grills, indoor grills come in either compact or tabletop sizes to fit any size cooking area. Depending on what you will be planning to grill, and for how many, they come in either open, contact, or sandwich press grill types. Here is a breakdown the different indoor grill for you to easily compare:

    Open Grilled or Tabletop Indoor Grills: Like your charcoal or gas grills, these indoor grills offer single grilling surfaces, and have enough space to cook a feast for the entire family or a group of friends. Many even come with stands to put them at the same height as a traditional grill. Easy to use, they allow you to barbeque no matter the weather for any size party.

    Contact Grill Indoor Grills: Also known as clamshell grills, these countertop indoor grills offer more versatility as they can be used as a grill, sandwich press, or even a panini grill. Perfectly sized for small kitchens and small families, their ability to grill two sides at once makes them extremely efficient and saves valuable cooking time.

    Stovetop or Rangetop Indoor Grills: Designed to fit onto your electric or gas stove top, these grills work with your stove burner to grill your food while replicating grill lines and that barbecue flavor you would find on your outdoor grill. They are the perfect product for people who don’t want an extra appliance.

    1. Grilling times: Reviewers rate grills that heat up quickly as better purchase choices. They see indoor grills as a convenience item that should require much less grilling time than charcoal grills. If you are looking for for the same abilities from your new grill, choosing a top brand with good reviews and specs with regard to grilling times is advised.
    2. Clean: Grills that offer features that make them easier to clean are top rated. Things like easy-to-disassemble parts, non stick surfacing, and convenient grease trays will all make your new grill much easier to clean.
    3. Temperature Controls: Owners of grills that offer accurate and adjustable temperature changes review their indoor grills much higher than those grills that don’t offer this convenience. Simple heat controls that allow users to make easy adjustments for various foods add a lot more functionality to your grill and offer a lot more buyers satisfaction.
    4. Flexibility: Indoor grills that offer cooking flexibility with where they can be placed and what they can cook are seen as much more useful appliance. Grills that come with an easily detachable stand are reviewed particularly well, as users feel being able to take the stand off allows them to use it in tighter spaces if needed.
    • To ensure your meat is grilled just the way you like it, look for an indoor grill of at least 1000 watts. This will ensure that your grill will be efficient enough to brown and grill your food correctly.
    • When choosing your grill, it is important to consider the grill surface. The closer together and the wider the ridges are, the bigger your grilling surface area will be and therefore the more you will be able to grill at once.
    • To make sure your new grill is easy to clean, ensure that you are choosing a grill with a nonstick surface. Like other non stick surfaces, using plastic or wooden utensils will add much more longevity to your grill.
    • You will be able to choose between a cast iron or a cast aluminum nonstick surface when buying your new grill, both equally effective cooking surfaces. Aluminum indoor grills often offer a porcelain coating which is a helpful addition for preventing food from burning.
    • Grills that include temperature settings will help you control temperatures when cooking various types of food, ensuring everything you cook will be grilled to perfection.
    • Grills that have grilling surfaces that can be reversed to reveal a flat surface (like a griddle pan) will provide much more functionality to your grill.
    • To ensure less mess and cleaning, open grills should include a cover or lid. Some even offer glass covers that will enable you to monitor the food as it cooks while the lid is still closed.
    • Kitchen size and counter space is an important consideration when choosing your indoor grill, as well as how many people you will be cooking for. Smaller contact grills offer a smaller compact solution, tabletops can fry enough for four people, and rangetops don’t require any additional counter space at all.
    • To make sure your range top will fit perfectly, it is recommended that you measure your stovetop first and compare it to the manufacturer specs of the model you are interested in purchasing.
    • Look for a contact grill with a floating hinge if you want more flexibility with your grill. A floating hinge will allow you to grill food of varied thickness up to 2 inches thick.
    • Contact or clamshell indoor grills that detach make washing a lot easier. Parts that are dishwasher friendly will offer even more hassle-free cleaning.

    George Foreman: George Foreman grills are a brand of Spectrum Brands, promoted by world champion boxer George Foreman. All George Foreman grills are powered by electricity, which makes them perfect choices for convenient indoor and outdoor grilling, as well as grilling in spaces or locations where charcoal or propane are dangerous or not allowed.

    Cuisinart: One of the most famous brands of kitchen appliances in the country, the tagline of Cuisinart’s history is, “Turning the Art of Great Cooking Into an American Lifestyle.” Their innovative Griddler line can make everything from pancakes and eggs to burgers and fajitas.

    Breville: Breville is an Australian manufacturer of small kitchen appliances. The inventors of the original sandwich toaster, Breville has a long history of creating unique and quality cooking products for the home, and their indoor grills will get you cooking to perfection in no time.

    Zojirushi: Japanese Zojirushi is perhaps best known for their excellent line of rice cookers and water boilers, but they also manufacture everything from cooking to lifestyle to commercial products. Their indoor grills are designed with safety in mind and provide a convenient way to grill up a storm - even during a storm.