Tips For Cooking On A Kamado Ceramic Charcoal Grill

There are many different options in outdoor grills on the market today. One of the most popular options for an exceptional grill at a very reasonable price is the Kamado ceramic charcoal grill.

The Advantages of the Kamado Ceramic Grill
The Kamado ceramic charcoal grill is a great addition to any patio, deck, or outdoor kitchen or living space. The purchase price includes all the accessories, including a handy electric coal starter, charcoal grate, a stainless-steel rolling cart, grill cover, and bamboo side tables. The price also includes a pizza stone, which makes it easy to treat the whole family to a delicious main course or dessert pizzas.

To get the most out of you Kamado ceramic charcoal grill, here are a few essential tips:

Faster to heat up – ceramic grills are designed to heat up faster, retain heat longer, and cook faster. Adjusting cooking times is essential if you are used to a standard metal charcoal grill.

Charcoal options – natural lump charcoal is preferred for these types of grills. Choose the larger pieces at the bottom of the pile, smaller pieces toward the top. Be sure to have the center of the pile burning before closing the lid and controlling the burn through the pile.

Add wood as needed – wood chips or small chunks should be soaked in water before being added to the top of the charcoal. Large chunks will burn slowly and do not need to be soaked. Choose the type of wood based on the natural flavor of the meat. Stronger smoke flavors are best with red meats and pork, while fish and chicken are better with milder smoke options.

As the heat is more intense in the Kamado during cooking, limit the use of any type of sauce until close to the end of the cooking time. This allows the sauce to caramelize but not burn.

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