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Infrared Barbecues Are the Future of Grilling

 


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Grilling outdoors and indoors can be a fun and entertaining experience. Grills are usually easy to operate and they work well to cook a variety of meals. From meat to desserts, barbecue grills are used by all levels of chefs. Even gourmet chefs like to use grill every now and again.

Until recently one of the most frequent places that a barbecue grill, that used infrared technology, could be found was in restaurants and other eateries. These commercial sized appliances are still used today in many food focused business and have been used in most businesses since entering the commercial food preparation world in the 1960s. . However, they are also making their way into the residential and consumer markets.

Infrared barbeques have just now flickered their way onto the residential scene. Many experts believe that this is because of their high cost. An infrared grill or barbeque can cost upwards of a few thousand dollars or more, depending on the size of the unit. Larger grills can be much more expensive than the average consumer can afford for their summertime backyard barbeques.

While infrared barbeques can be expensive, they are worth the investment and that is one of the main reasons why it is common to see them popping up in higher end areas of different communities across the country.

Infrared is a technology that has been around for a while and it is no stranger to the world of cooking and fine cuisines. Many chefs actually prefer using an infrared appliance because of its fine cooking abilities. Infrared grills and barbeques offer cooking conveniences that other appliances that are in the same class cannot offer. These conveniences include shorter cooking times and high quality results for meat that is cooked on the grill. In fact, it has been proven that meat that is cooked on an infrared grill is juicer and more tender than a cut of meat that is cooked in another fashion or on a different type of grill.

This higher quality of cooked meats may have to do with the temperature of an infrared grill. Infrared cooks food items at 450 to 900 degrees, while other types of grills, including gas and charcoal, cook meat around 700 to 750 degrees Fahrenheit.

A high quality infrared bbq is a nice looking appliance. It is usually made from stainless steel and includes lots of grilling space. From the outside a nice infrared grill can look like any other nice looking outdoor cooking appliance. Most of them even have some of the same accessories as regular outdoor grills. These accessories include: storage space, cabinets, burners and warming areas. Infrared grills also have an electronic ignition. It is the place where the infrared technology is sparked for grilling.

For people who enjoy infrared grills there are other areas of the home and different appliances that can be purchased that use infrared technology. These include heaters, saunas and other cooking items.

Anne Clarke writes numerous articles for Web sites on gardening, biking, fashion, and home decor. Her background also includes running, yoga, and tattoos. For more of her useful information on infrared grilling visit Infrared Barbeque .

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