Tuesday, January 19, 2016
If you've recently bought a new portable infrared gas grill from a leading company like Rasmussen Ironworks / Solaire Gas Grill, you can look forward to having succulent filet mignon every time you’re out boating, camping, or tailgating. While you can cook food so much faster on an infrared grill that heats up to 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit within a few minutes, grilling the perfect sausages, steaks, or patties still takes a bit of skill and attention to detail. Consider these tips on how to ensure that whatever you throw on the grill comes out beautifully. Infrared Grill Basics An infrared grill is not your ordinary portable gas grill. The main difference has to do with the cooking method. Gas, wood, and charcoal grills will have you cooking over an open flame in the traditional way. Although effective, this method can't compare to what an infrared grill can do, thanks to the addition of the emitter plate.
Monday, January 18, 2016
Some people assume that backyard grilling is simply a matter of throwing a piece of meat over a fire or hot charcoal. Ordinary backyard grills, however, are usually not capable of generating the ideal temperatures for cooking the best steaks. This is why it’s pretty hard to duplicate the juicy tenderloins served at restaurants. Fortunately, grilling technology has advanced to such a degree that you can confidently grill restaurant-quality steaks in your backyard. With infrared grills like those manufactured by Rasmussen Ironworks / Solaire Gas Grill, you can cook the juiciest steaks at your convenience.
Tuesday, December 22, 2015
If you are looking for a portable gas grill, there are many things to consider. You may want to choose an infrared grill that will heat up faster than traditional grills and that will also use less gas and energy. This type of cooking process will directly heat your food and keep the juices locked into your foods for a better taste. You can also keep better watch over the food cook with an infrared portable gas grill since the food is heated directly and you can grill with the lid up if you want. When you pick a small portable grill, you can still get the same results that you can achieve from a large stationary one.
Infrared gas grills offer many advantages over traditional grills thanks to their high heat capability and precise cooking method. When you are in the market for a new grill, invest in one that will help to improve your food's taste and much more.
Monday, December 7, 2015
Ever wonder why the steak grilled at your home doesn’t taste like the steak grilled in a restaurant? The difference is high heat. With regular charcoal or gas grills, it is hard to crank up the heat sufficiently to seal in the juices in a steak to retain the natural flavor of the meat. The same goes with any cut of meat you grill. Sealing in the natural juices is the key to flavorful eating.
There are new grills on the market that help solve this problem. They use the power of the sun to cook your food using infrared energy, cooking using radiant heat rather than convection. The result is flavorful, succulent food because the natural juices remain in the food rather than dripping out as they are cooked.
The natural questions is what is infrared energy? It is the same energy that warms you while walking in the sunlight. Infrared grills force moisture into food rather than drying out the surface like convection cooking. By harnessing the power of infrared energy, you cut cooking time as well as securing your place in the family’s grilling history.
Infrared grills are portable enough to take tailgating or fit on your deck or patio. With fewer moving parts and sturdy construction, your infrared grill will last longer and require less maintenance than regular grills. Made in the USA, find a store near you that features infrared grills. Your tastebuds will be glad you moved away from regular grilling to infrared.
Cooking on an infrared grill can bring the convenience of gas with the exceptional flavor of a charcoal grill. A gas grill allows fast grilling with just the push of a button, but this type of grill can’t produce the focused heat necessary to quickly sear meat. Much of the cooking done on a gas grill is from rising heat. This means, it’s easy to lose much of the flavor that most people associate with grilled foods.
An infrared grill utilizes a ceramic burner that can focus heat directly where the cooking is taking place. With this concentrated heat, foods sear quickly to lock in flavor. Infrared cooking not only delivers a hotter, more focused heating surface, but it also ensures great heat distribution, so foods cook evenly.
The ceramic burner that is at the core of infrared heating also places a barrier between the gas flame and the food being grilled. With the drips from meat not falling directly on the flame, there’s never a worry about flare ups.
Many people enjoy the benefits of grilling on an infrared gas grill. Seared meat is more flavorful and has the charred flavor that has made grilling so popular. In fact, meat that is properly seared is not only more flavorful, but it is also tender and juicy. Of course, with better heat control, there’s also the benefit of reduced fuel consumption, so more food can be grilled with a single tank of fuel.