The YMOUTDOOR manufacturer's high quality charcoal grill is a great addition to a weekend barbecue or camping trip. Our factory also supports a made-to-order service that sells them at super low factory wholesale prices.
The grill runs over charcoal or charcoal briquettes so that the food has a classic smoky flavor. It's also great for grilling meats and vegetables because you can choose how you want to cook them, whether slow cooked or over high heat. With a built-in ash trap and temperature gauge, these grills are easy to use. You can smoke meat with the special smoking feature, which adds flavor to the finished dish.
Charcoal grills often have porcelain-coated plates or porcelain-enameled burners so the grill can stay on longer and cook vegetables longer. Check out kettle grills, portable grills and more to find one that's perfect for your cooking and grilling style. An outdoor wholesale charcoal grill is great because the cooking space is much larger, giving you the freedom to use it as you wish.
A fashion charcoal grill gives you great control over the cooking process and can make drool-worthy recipes the way you want them every time. Use as many coals as you want to achieve the perfect temperature, and place them wherever you want to create different cooking zones. Cook directly over the coals so the surface burns, or move the food to a less hot area so the cooking is gentler and the flavor is more smoky. Keep an eye on the coals, however, as they may need to be replenished before cooking is complete. Don't forget to put them out completely before putting the grill away.
What is needed in a good charcoal grill?
It's true that a good charcoal grill costs a lot of money, but there are many high-end models with superior construction and compelling features. For most of us, price is the key factor in all buying decisions. Regardless of the charcoal grill budget, I highly recommend a model with an ash removal system, such as a one-touch removable ash removal bucket. Even if it will cost a little more, you will be glad to have spent a little more for this convenience because it eliminates most of the pain.
Many residents of condominiums and apartments want a small grill for their rustic decks, but they often encounter restrictions on the use of charcoal and may need to consider alternative fuels. Lightweight charcoal grills for tailgating and camping are popular and effective. But if you want a full-size backyard family grill, get the big one. Enough cooking surface is needed to avoid crowding the grill - always leave at least a half-inch of space between foods - and even if using a charcoal fire at low temperatures doesn't require much skill, the ability to create two zones of setup is still needed. This is usually accomplished by piling charcoal fuel on one side of the fire to create a hot direct cooking zone and a modest indirect zone on the other side. The two zone setting can help avoid burnt chicken and exploding sausage, and there is also the option to lightly grill or sizzle and sear at the same time.
Finally, be sure to have one with a lid. An uncovered charcoal grill may be good for simple grilling, such as grilling burgers and shrimp over direct heat, but a cover is needed to successfully grill turkey and smoke ribs.
Classic charcoal grills are round. Their shape encourages coals to be centered at the bottom under the grill, creating an indirect cooking surface around the outer edge. There are also rectangular charcoal grills. They allow for the creation of more unique cooking zones, making them more similar to gas grills, which some people may be more familiar with.
If you just want to cook an occasional dinner on a fancy charcoal grill, you don't need to invest in anything fancy. All that is needed is a basic model that has enough cooking space for the parties you want to have. If want to smoke with your charcoal grill, consider a more insulated model that will hold temperature better and last longer.
Storage racks, tool holders and oversized handles are all details we look for when testing charcoal grills. One of our favorite features is an adjustable charcoal tray that makes it easier to control the temperature of the chamber and the distance of the charcoal from the food. Little details like these make grilling more enjoyable, even though they tend to cost more.
Construction and Air Control
For safety reasons, the gas grill needs to be well ventilated. If there is no oxygen in the burner, the flame will go out, but gaseous fuel will continue to flow in and accumulate under the hood, creating a serious fire hazard. The opposite is true for charcoal grills, which function best as a sealed system with a solid, tight construction for effective air control. Just like a gas, charcoal fires need oxygen to burn and can use this oxygen flow to your advantage. Close the air regulator valve to lower the cooking temperature, or extinguish the charcoal completely when you're done. Leave them open and let the flames fill with oxygen, creating a ripping, blazing layer of coals.
Flimsy charcoal grills with loose, twisted lids and wobbly moving parts make temperature control a nightmare. Charcoal grills don't need to be cans made of heavy, quarter-inch-thick steel, but they shouldn't be tin cans that lack structural integrity.
The air control required for classing charcoal grills actually makes them very good smokers, too. Unlike smoking on a gas grill, where the wood chunks or pieces burn quickly and the small amount of smoke produced is blown out the back, the vents on a charcoal grill can be closed, allowing very little air in or out. This gives the smoke plenty of time to leisurely caress the food and impart the magical effects of the smoke.
Whatever grill you choose, don't rely on the built-in thermometer, which can be off 50°F to 100°F (10-38°C). These dials are usually located on the lid of the grill, not the surface of the grill where the food is - there is no eating lid, so its temperature is irrelevant.
How do you clean a charcoal grill?
Make grilling season easier on yourself and clean your grill at the start of each grilling session, not at the end. Start by lighting your coals and letting your grill heat up for about 10 minutes. This should heat the grates enough that any crusted-on food can be easily removed with a grill brush. After you clean the grates, oil them using a paper towel dipped in oil and held in tongs. When you're done cooking for the day, give the grates a good once-over with the grill brush, but don't worry about getting them spotlessly clean—a thin layer of grease will actually help protect the grates from the elements and prevent rust from forming. Finally, make sure to empty your ashes, and keep that grill covered when not in use. Read more about how to keep your grill clean right here.
How do you use a charcoal grill?
Get started with charcoal grilling, from arranging your coals to determining temperature and even controlling flare-ups. The best way to light your grill without the scent of chemicals is to forgo lighter fluid and use a chimney starter. To use one, load up the space on the bottom with a piece of newspaper or two, pile coals in from the top, then light the newspaper. The fire and heat from the newspaper ignites the bottom coals, then the fire builds up. When the top coals are covered with gray ash, you're ready to go. You can read more about using a chimney starter here.
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This fashion 23" barrel charcoal grill was designed around the idea that consumers are looking for a high-performance, durable, well-built grill, and this BBQ grill is just such a high-quality, compact grill.The unit includes porcelain-enameled cast-iron grates that are easy to clean, durable, and conduct heat and retain heat better than stainless steel. The warming racks are also porcelain enameled with chrome plated brackets. The BBQ smoker can be easily refilled or fired by opening the steel access door on the front of the outdoor cooking grill. Includes a removable ash pan for easy cleanup, sliding side damper, steel chimney with adjustable flue (for additional heat control), and a stainless steel temperature gauge for displaying ideal grilling and cooking temperatures.