Electric grills bring the ease and flavor of the outdoor grill into your kitchen. They take up less space than a traditional gas or charcoal model and provide a low-maintenance cooking option. Cook your favorite grilled meals without stepping outside.
Find the Right Electric Grill for Your Needs
From standard countertop kitchen grills to specialized electric skillets, there’s a grill for almost every type of cooking.
● Tabletop Electric Grill. This small indoor grill sits on your countertop and is ideal for apartments and small spaces. To create hot sandwiches, select an indoor electric grill model that functions as a panini press or quesadilla maker.
● Bacon Grill. This innovative grill makes it easy to cook bacon. Hang up to six strips over the cooking plate inside the grill, then set your desired cooking time. Because the bacon hangs vertically, all the grease drips to the bottom pan. The result is crispy, mess-free bacon.
● Electric Pancake Griddle. Breakfast lovers will appreciate the electric griddle, which features a smooth, even surface perfect for heating pancakes. The hot griddle is non-stick and can cook flapjacks in just minutes.
● Portable Electric Grill. For camping trips, a portable electric grill is a must-have. These small electric grills are lightweight enough for easy transportation.
● Outdoor Electric Grill. These large models offer the same function as a traditional gas model. Simply plug them in for fast, consistent heat for your next barbeque.
Maintaining Your Electric Grill
Electric grills are simple to clean. Simply use a soft brush to clean crumbs off any cooking grates while the grill is still hot. Then make sure it’s unplugged and completely cooled. Wipe off any visible grease or liquid. Finally, wet food remnants with a sponge and let it soak before scrubbing clean with a damp towel. Cleaning your grill after each use will help prolong its life.