What is Infrared Grilling?
"Twice the Flavor in Half the Time." Most cooking methods involve either direct contact of food with a heated surface or a combination of radiant heat and warm air. Infrared cooking uses high-efficiency radiant energy. Other grilling methods first heat the air, then heat a radiant which then heats the food. With infrared grilling, the heat goes right to the source of food that is being grilled.
Benefits of Infrared Grilling
• Only takes 3 minutes to preheat and cooks twice as fast
• Gives you the high heat necessary to lock in the juices for more tasty, flavorful food than you can find from a conventional barbecue grill
• Since infrared heats food directly, not the air around it, grilling year-round, even in frigid weather, is no problem
• Since there is no secondary heat element to trap grease, flare-ups are virtually eliminated. Drippings instantly vaporize, adding a great natural flavor to your food