For anyone looking to update their catering equipment or add something new to their kitchen repertoire, a char grill is the ultimate option for creating unique and flavourful dishes. The choice between a traditional wood or charcoal char grill compared to its contemporary gas variant can however be hard. Whilst the ancient technique of cooking foods over flame stocked coals is a tried and tested way to inject a softly and smoky taste to both meat and vegetables, gas char grills allow for even more high temperature cooking. Quick fire grilling on a gas char grill can be a cleaner and more cost efficient way to cook foods, with all the taste and flavour of its traditional counterpart.
Heavy duty reversible grates keep cooking options open as grates can be turned for ease. Independent and manual burner controls on individual burners likewise mean chefs can retain complete command over the cooking process. A gas chargrill sees heat come via a gas pipe inlet that prevents the need for stoking flames on similar wood or charcoal fueled grills. Stainless steel U-burners give a full bodied cooking experience that surrounds foods with a high heat. This technique locks in the natural juices of meats and vegetables at the same time as retaining the charring on the outer skin that gives char grilling its distinctive taste.
Gas char grills come in a myriad of shapes and sizes to suit any kitchen supply need, for big and small, home and commercial kitchens alike. Char grills on leg stands equally are essential in any kitchen looking to maximise space, providing under the counter storage options with extra shelving that makes the unit useful for dual storing and cooking functions.