How to Make a Stainless Steel Grill in Less Than 15 Minutes
What’s the best way to grill meat?
This is the question that has come up a lot lately, with grill manufacturers claiming they’re the best options for meat cooks because of their low cost and ease of maintenance.
A study conducted by the University of Chicago School of Business found that a grill that can be installed in just 15 minutes would be more efficient than a grill with a 60-minute wait time.
So how do you do it in less than 15 minutes?
The easiest way to get a stainless steel grill to start working in 15 minutes is to buy a “smokable” grill, which is essentially a stainless metal plate with a stainless frame that you can cover the grill with.
You can buy these in a number of different shapes, including flat, circular, rectangular, and square, but you really need to choose one that has a frame.
The flat grill looks like a bowl with a metal rim on top, and the circular grill is similar to a bowl, but the edges of the bowl are curved so that they look like a cross, so you can cook the meat inside without cracking it open.
You may not need a grill this size for a long time, but if you do, you’ll probably want to upgrade to a round grill that you won’t have to worry about smacking your head on.
You’ll also want to choose a grill for which you’ll have a clear air passage, because it can’t hold the heat much longer than it does when the air is cold.
If you’re going to grill your meat in this way, the easiest way is to use a smoker.
If your grill can be easily moved, you can also get a stand mixer and set it to work for the grill.
You’re not going to be able to grill it all at once, but it’s a good idea to have a small oven in the house and a small grill on the stove to cook it in.
This grill is going to cook for less than a minute, and once you get used to the idea of holding the meat and keeping it hot for the first 15 minutes, you won’ be able do a lot more work with it.
For a good deal on stainless steel and cookware, check out these guides from Amazon, Costco, and BJCP.
For even more, check our guide to how to make the best grilled chicken or pork chop, pork chops, and brisket.