Cooking and grilling outside of your motorhome is loads of fun, however, choosing the wrong tool can make it a very frustrating activity. It is therefore important to get the right equipment at the right price for the best results. Here are some factors one needs to take into consideration.
The first thing you need to consider is whether you want to opt for propane, natural gas or even charcoal. The most widely used option is propane since it is portable and freely available. Even though natural gas is cheaper, it does require the installation of a gas line, making its portability limited. It is worth mentioning that most grills can adapt from propane to natural gas with a conversion kit. If you want to use natural gas, get one that’s compatible and also ask about the overall cost of conversion.
You should also consider the material used on the body of the grill. Since the unit will mostly be used outdoors, you should get a material that’s sturdy and durable. Cast aluminum is by far the best bet for such units since it is scratch resistant and doesn’t discolor easily, they are also quite sturdy and durable. Alternatively, you can opt for some stainless steel. Whatever material you choose, always remember to take good care of it so as to extend its life.
It is also important to consider the cooking surface of the grill that you will be using. The most common materials include porcelain coated steel, stainless steel or cast iron. Keep in mind that the wire frames as well as cast iron can rust and thus whenever possible, always opt for porcelain or stainless steel cooking surfaces so as to avoid disappointment.
You should also take into consideration the size of the unit. Getting a unit that’s too small will disappoint you since you won’t be able to BBQ as much food as you would otherwise prefer, especially so if you are entertaining many people. On the other hand, getting a unit that’s too large can be quite cumbersome, both in storage and usage as well. For cooking space, the acceptable standard should be 72 square inches per guest or person, so if you are a family of five, then you need around 360 square inches of cooking space. You should also take into consideration the headspace of the unit so as to ensure large chunks of food such as a turkey can easily fit.
Lastly, it is important to also take into consideration the heat output of the unit. This is normally measured in BTU, this should always be balanced with the overall size of the grill. A compact grill can function pretty well with a lower BTU than a large grill. It is also worth mentioning that if the BTU is too little then your overall cooking time is bound to increase as well, this can also make it difficult to cook other types of food properly.
Here are some of the popular portable cooking grills readily available in the market. They include but are not limited to the following:
Product Details: this charcoal grill is ideal for making chicken, hot dogs and general barbeque. It does have a black baked enamel steel hinged lid as well as porcelain coated warming rack and cooking grid. The unit also has a baked enamel bottom bowl and a zinc plated grill. It does also come with loads of accessories such as ash tray, locking clasps and handles.
2) Product Name: Vulcan Portable Gas Grill with a Trolley
Product Details: this is without doubt the ultimate propane and tailgating cooler barbeque set on wheels. It does feature a PVC cooler that conveniently nests inside the compartment that’s used to keep the portable propane BBQ. This is an innovative design with some of the top notch features in the market, with the cooler being able to hold up to twenty four twelve oz soda cans.
Product Details: the unit is made of durable fourteen gauge steel construction with a five hundred and four (504) square inches of well made grilling space. The unit is ideal for tailgating, camping and picnics. In addition it does have a long lasting dry powder coat paint that makes it easy to clean and maintain, making it quite ideal for the outdoors.
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