Monday, December 7, 2015
Grilling To Perfection
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.