backyard gas grill Porcelain vs. Stainless Steel Grills

by:Longzhao BBQ     2019-07-25
Ceramic and stainless steel are the two most commonly used materials for building backyard grills.Both surfaces are well protected against bad weather factors and heat, and both have a positive side and disadvantages.Shopping around, comparing prices and considering the types of barbecues that best suit your needs are important strategies for choosing backyard barbecues.
Almost all stainless steel grills are gas-fired.or propane-fueled.Stainless steel can resist rust and other types of corrosion that may be caused by bad weather conditions.The gas burner inside provides a quick barbecue option without cleaning up the ash and charcoal inherent to most charcoalfueled grills.
Several grill manufacturers, including the iconic grill company Weber, have installed porcelain coatings on charcoal and gas grills.Classic kettleThe style charcoal grill contains a porcelain glaze coating both indoors and outdoors of the grill to protect the core steel skeleton from rust and heat damage.Porcelain is also a good insulator to help the grill maintain more heat than the standard steel structure.
Most Porcelain and stainless steel grills have direct and indirect baking techniques.Stainless steel or porcelain-The coated gas grill on the market has two or more burners.Direct barbecue is a way to cook food directly on the flame, and the barbecue user ignites all the gas stoves and puts the meat directly above the heat source.
Direct barbecue of porcelainCoated charcoal grill is to cover the entire coal grate with a layer of ignited coal and barbecue food on the top of the hot coal.Indirect grilling in a ceramic or stainless steel gas grill needs to ignite a burner (in both-Burner grill) or ignite two external burners (three-Burner grill) and place the food directly above the unlit burner.This is a slow cooking process that requires heat to bounce from inside the grill before touching meat, poultry or fish.
Indirect barbecue of porcelainThe coated charcoal grill means building two small coal fires on both sides of the coal grate, placing a drip tray in the center of the coal grate, and then placing the food on the cooking grate above the drip tray.The exterior of the stainless steel grill can be cleaned with soft cottonRag and warm water.Grinding the washer or cleaning solution will scratch the outside and cause corrosion damage.
Special stainless steel cleaners and application pads and gloves are also provided.Porcelain-The exterior of the coated grill can be cleaned with a soft rag or sponge and warm water of a small amount of dish soap.At the end of the barbecue season, simply wipe with a dry or slightly damp rag, which is all the interior of the porcelain --The grill needs coating.
In addition to the grill body, the cooking grill is usually made of stainless steel or nickelSteel plated or coated with porcelain glaze.According to Steven Raichlen, the famous barbecue author and website owner, the stainless steel grille benefits from frequent lubrication of vegetable oil BBQ spray and regular cleaning of the hard wire barbecue brush.barbecuebible.com.Porcelain-The coated grille needs to gently wipe the soap with a soft rag after use.
The brush will cause scratches and corrosion on the paint coating.Whatever the type of grill, heatBBQ-resistant gloves and long glovesIn the process of cooking, treated pliers and spatula should be used and the hot lid should be removed or coal should be added.Stainless steel and porcelainCoated Steel heats up to extremely high temperatures during the barbecue and maintains this heat for a long time after the flame stops.
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