Getting the most out of your gas grill comes down to three main areas of focus: efficiency, features and price. Below are some tips from the experts to help you understand what to do and what to avoid in order to get the most enjoyment—and use—out of your grill.
- Control the heat. We understand you’re hungry, but hot and fast doesn’t work for all food. Lighter, thinner foods like chicken, vegetables and fish should be grilled at a lower temperature to lock in juices and prevent excess gas usage.
- Use a meat thermometer. Ever sit down to eat a burger hot off the grill and realize it’s not quite done? Before you shut off and cool down the grill, use a meat thermometer to ensure meat is ready to be pulled off the grill.
- Remember the little things. Have the proper grill tools for the job. Keep an eye on what you’re grilling. Place grilled food on a clean plate to avoid contamination. To prevent sticking, keep your grill grate clean and tidy. These small acts may seem obvious, but remembering to do them will help you get the most out of your grill for the least amount of effort.
- Less is more. Think for a moment about everything your smart phone can do. Now think of the three main tasks you use it for. It’s easy to get caught up in the fun of features, but whether grilling or on our phones, most of us use only what we need. SABER doesn’t put anything on a grill that doesn’t make food taste better. Side burners and dual cooking zones? You bet. Bling for the sake of bling? Not really our thing.
- Infrared Technology. There are great tips available to avoid charring food; SABER’s patented infrared cooking system makes those tips obsolete. Infrared technology directly cooks food and diverts air away from the cooking surface, leaving more moisture in your food and making flare-ups and charred foods a thing of the past.
- Speaking of no more flare-ups… SABER’s unique grate design eliminates flare-ups. The system vaporizes any drippings before they reach the flame and adds a natural smoke flavor to grilled foods. The lack of drippings also makes for an easier cleanup.
- Built strong. Don’t settle for grills made out of cheap material, it can cost you your meal. SABER grills are durable, meant to last and made from premium materials like 304 commercial grade stainless steel. Their patented technology ensures that food cooks evenly, meaning you won’t have to worry about losing your food to an unreliable grill.
- Reduce consumption. Of gas, not food. Many grills are now working toward fuel efficiency and reduced gas usage, and SABER is ahead of the game. By using less BTU’s and cooking meals faster, SABER helps you reduce consumption by 30 percent.
Following these tips can make grilling an easier and more enjoyable experience so that you get the most out of your backyard friend.