Grill Your Food Well And Serve Hot Using These Barbecue Stands

They make for excellent outdoor cooking gears

Aindrisha Mitra Updated: Aug 4, 2020 15:57:59 IST
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Need to sizzle your kebabs or pack smoky flavours into your juicy hamburgers? Get a barbecue grill stand for a perfect outdoor cooking experience.  

Be it a house party or picnic or even camping, a perfect barbecue can be a memorable event.  Make sure you opt for barbecue equipment that allows you to cook fast. A lightweight, portable grill is always a good choice as it saves you the hassle of having to set it up for a long time.

Although the grills may look similar, make it a point to check out the unique features they offer to make an informed choice. They are also priced differently according to their size and/or quality.  

Options to choose from 

1. Go for a charcoal grill if you want a smoky flavour in your food. They are quite affordable and commonly used. However, they take a bit of time.  

2. If you have a slightly higher budget, you could go for a gas grill. It is fuelled by liquid propane or natural gas and comes with a better temperature control. It is quite easy to clean and maintain. You could place it in your backyard for a great barbeque cookout. 

3. For additional flavour and taste, smokers can be a great option. They are used to cook food at lower temperatures for long periods of time.

4. If you are not a stickler for taste and flavour and just want to get your barbecuing done real quick, then an electric grill can be your best pick. You don’t need charcoal or fuel; you just need to plug it into a power outlet.

Things to remember 

If you are preparing a meat dish, never thaw the meat on the counter as there’s a chance of the food getting spoilt. Pre-cooking or microwaving  the dish beforehand is a good way to save up on grill-time. 

Anti-burn measures 

  •  Grilling involves being near a flame. Make sure you don’t leave the grill unattended for long periods to avoid accidents. 
  • Use heat-resistant utensils suited for barbecue-use to prevent scorching or burning your hands.
  • Always use a grill in a well-ventilated open space. It is also safe and sensible to have a fire extinguisher around, in case of unforeseen flare-ups. 
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