Ceramic grills, as their name suggests, are made out of porcelain glazed ceramic. These Grills are immensely efficient at retaining both moisture and heat. This is due to the ceramic material and dome shaped lid, which absorbs and radiates heat back to your food. In addition to the advanced shape and material of Ceramic Grills, dampers located on the top and bottom have been added to provide easy control of the airflow and internal temperature. To properly use the dampers, simply keep them open for a higher internal temperature or keep them closed for a lower temperature. Keep in mind, the dampers will be extremely hot while the grill is in use, so be sure to wear grill gloves before any adjustments.
Ceramic grills use charcoal as a fuel source and can provide cooking temperatures ranging from 150 degrees to 700 degrees, making them the perfect option for 2-zone system grilling. For those new to the 2-Zone grilling system, it is when coals are placed on only one side of the grill. This allows for the griller to have multiple cooking zones, one that offers direct heat, the other indirect.
Best for: people who enjoy cooking many different types of grilled cuisine. Those who are looking for an authentic bbq flavor.
Disadvantages: Ceramic grills tend to be on the expensive side, and are on the heavier side which limits their portability.
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