Propane is probably the easiest and fastest way to get the charcoal flavour in your food that a grill is known for. The catch: most of us use it to a searing point when the secret to a better food-grilling experience is low and slow—the same way it is done in ovens and barbecues across the country. After years spent exploring traditional smokehouse flavours, there is only one truth: a charcoal BBQ grill is the best way to get those special flavours! You can use your grill for all kinds of recipes, from smoked chicken to pork chops and even burgers.
Here’s why you should consider getting yourself a charcoal BBQ grill:
1. The irresistible taste:
Traditional charcoal barbecue grills have a distinct flavour that can’t be replicated with gas or electric models. Charcoal is wood, so it has natural woody notes in the smoke and food. Gas grills don’t have this quality, so they’re not ideal for cooking fish or steaks where your primary source of flavour besides the spices is the smoke.
When you use charcoal to cook your food, you’ll get a better taste from your meat than if you were using another form of heat source like an electric grill or stovetop smoker. However, when it comes to smoking something like ribs or brisket on a traditional cooker versus an electric model—and especially when compared with outdoor cooking methods like rotisserie chicken—charcoal will always win hands down!
2. The versatility of the grill:
You can use a charcoal grill for cooking just about anything you would use your oven or stovetop grill for—but it will cook your food faster (once you get the coal burning).
For example, you can cook hamburgers on the grill and they’ll be ready in less time than you’d need to heat up the oven or stovetop. You can also make cornbread and biscuits on a charcoal grill because they won’t burn as fast as if you used an electric appliance. And if you want to get fancy, try smoking salmon with herbs over indirect heat!
You’ll find that there are many different ways in which people use their charcoal grills: direct cooking (with direct flame), indirect cooking (with indirect flame), grilling steaks with wood chips soaked in water so they have flavour without burning down your house while doing so; smoking foods like ribs or brisket; searing items such as chicken breasts before serving them up alongside vegetables like peppers
3. Easy to use with minimal maintenance:
With a charcoal BBQ grill, you do not have to worry about having an open flame or propane tank in your backyard and wasting money on fuel when there’s a perfectly good grill waiting for you at home! You can put the good on the grates and let the grill do all the work for you.
The charcoal grills are easy to clean, and you can simply rinse them off after each use. There are only a few maintenance-related things you should remember: avoid leaving food on the grill overnight or storing food in it. Also, do not leave the grill unattended while you are gone – and certainly do not store charcoal in it!
Oh, and did we tell you that these BBQ grills are extremely affordable? Because they definitely are! When you purchase a grill, you expect it to serve you for many years and therefore, is an investment in your life. Spending your money on a good quality, durable product is the best way to go about it.
You can find the most efficient and budget-friendly charcoal BBQ grills at Kankay Grills! Our Argentine-style grills are portable and perfect for any outdoor party, or for wherever and whenever you want a nicely cooked and seared steak!