OT QOMOTOP 23-inch Tabletop Gas Grill, Outdoor Griddle with 355 Square Inches Cooking Area, 3-Burners – Stainless Steel Front Plate – Front Grease Trap, Flat Top Grill for Camping, Picnicking, Board

  • Efficient Cooking Griddle – QOMOTOP 23″ Tabletop Gas Grill with 3 independently-controlled 25,500 BTU burners, twist to start Ignition & heat control makes cooking easier than ever before; 355 Sq. In. large cooking area is perfect for cooking 15 pancakes at once.
  • Sturdy & Beauty – The griddle top are fabricated from high quality 0.12″ steel, has additional steel bars at the bottom as extra thick to prevent deforming; Polished stainless steel front Plate reflects like a mirror; 4 non-slip legs make griddle steady.
  • Compact Convenience – countertop design allows placement on top of existing work tables ensuring your space is full potential; Quick to startup button allows for instant ignition so your griddle is always ready to use; side grease cup to collect oil while cooking for convenient cleaning.
  • Cooking For Your Family – Frying rice, eggs, hash browns, French toast, bacon and hamburger…as you want,. This portable grill design provides convenience for planning on a bunch of social events such as picnics, tailgating, camping, and or nights on the patio.
  • Here Ready For You – QOMOTOP TGGO3T Tabletop Gas Grill, LP Hose, User Guide, 24-Month After Service Card; Size: L23“ x W22” x H9“; We promise 24-Month professional and kindly after service for you.

Product Description

OT QOMOTOP 23-inch Tabletop Gas Grill, Outdoor Griddle with 355 Square Inches Cooking Area, 3-Burners – Stainless Steel Front Plate – Front Grease Trap, Flat Top Grill for Camping, Picnicking, Board: Product Description

Size:23 inch/3 burners QOMOTOP 23″ Tabletop Gas Griddle – L23“ x W22” x H9“ This Griddle with large capacity and Plenty of BTU’s is nice for grilling vegetables ,fish, French fries and breakfast items for a group of people. Highlights: ☞ 3 separately controlled stainless steel burners with 8,500 BTU each, up to 25,500 BTU cooking power ☞ 355.01 sq. in. thick gauge steel with FDA-approved paint griddle top as cooking area, easy to clean by paper towel and warm soap water ☞ Durable stainless steel control panel with ignition system ☞ Removable grease cup to collect oil while cooking, also for convenient cleaning ☞ 4 stable anti-skid legs for standing support ☞ Uses a 20 lb tank (not included), for camping, hiking, and other outdoors (can not use this grill with 1lb bottle) What’s Included: ✔ 1 x QOMOTOP 23″ Tabletop Gas Grill; ✔ 1 x Gas Hose; ✔ 1 x Manual Ignition Clamp; ✔ 1 x User Guide; ✔ 1 x 24-Month After Service Card;

Propane grill or coal

The debate about the ideal fuel for barbecue cooking is decades old. The users of the charcoal grill love the taste of the specific smoke, while a propane grill offers more flexibility and speed. Both types of grills provide good results, but gas grills win due to ease of use and maintenance.

For example, some gas grills offer additional burners that increase cooking capacity or rotating accessories. In addition, gas grills are much easier to clean because you do not have ashes for cleaning and throwing, and in addition, a gas bottle holds much more than a sack of charcoal.

Charcoal barbecue flame one of the main disadvantages of the charcoal grill is the waiting time. You have to make the fire, wait for it to burn, burn the coal, and only then can you cook. A propane grill is a quick solution for those who want to quickly cook their favorite meat, be it a burger, chicken, steak, or sausage.

Gas burners with additional burners are ideal because you can boil corn, roast potatoes, or keep the barbeque sauce warm while the meat is being cooked.

The gas grills also allow you to cook long cuts of meat that require this, such as ribs or pork chops because you can maintain a constant temperature without having to add more charcoal and always check it. A gas bottle may be heavy, but gas grills offer a lower operating cost. Instead of buying a sack of coal each time, a gas bottle can last up to several months for heavy use.

Maintenance of the propane grills

  • Before using the propane grills for the first time, allow the grill burners to burn for approx. Fifteen minutes maximum before actually putting the products on the grill. This is necessary to remove any residual residue from the manufacturing process.
  • Before switching on the gas grill, grease the grill with oil each time, to prevent the grill from sticking to the hot grill. By burning, the products will adhere to the barbecue and will then be difficult to remove (recommended with a fattier oil for frying).
  • Regularly clean the gas grill: the grill is removed from the gas grill when it is still warm and clean; rinse with water, sprinkle with a cleaning solution, allow some time to act, and rinse well with water.
  • Removing the leftovers on the grill and cleaning the flavor bars is very simple. Start the burning by cleaning (hold all burners of the gas grill burning simultaneously with the lid closed for 15 minutes) after the effective use of the propane grills. By burning, any debris will turn to ash, and the grill can be immediately cleaned with a brush for cleaning.

What should you know before buying propane grills?

  1. With a simple push of a button and the opening of a gas faucet, you have a quick and easily controllable heat source within reach;
  2. You can adjust the temperature and other baking parameters depending on the type of preparation to be baked, considering that each type of meat has its optimal cooking time (eg, the chicken will fry much faster than pork or beef), and vegetables faster even than chicken);
  3. The investment is slightly higher than for the charcoal grill because you need a special grill;
  4. You definitely need a gas bottle, which can be filled after exhaustion;
  5. The rapid ignition and the fact that you are exempt from lighters, boxes of matches, the gathering of peas and maps to start the fire to burn the coal (after which you will have to wait a while)
  6. For cleaning, it is sufficient to wipe the surface of the propane grills with a metal brush.