Chef’s Secret Indoor Stove Top Grill
I really have mixed feelings about this product. I love the concept. Being able to grill inside is wonderful. However the execution is where I had issues.
First, the plastic film that was covering the non stick parts had to be removed and this is when I noticed several areas that the non stick was already missing or lifting up.
Then, there are no directions on how much water to use and if you use too little you get lots of smoke, splattering and fire (yes we had a fire the first time we used this product). If you use too much, the tray overfills quickly and then you have a real mess on your stove top including smoke, grease splattering and yes again..fire!
The first testing was with lean burgers and placing three on the grill top. The second testing was with hot dogs and vegetables. We flipped the lid over and allowed the grease to gather in the lid (not much with hot dogs so it wasn’t an issue of spilling). This actually worked a lot better but would not be the ideal use for grilling steaks and burgers.
Overall, I like the idea of the inside grill. Would I use it every time I wanted to grill a steak, probably not because of the mess, smoke (and yes potential fire). I will use it for quick grilling of vegetable slices and fresh corn because I have found a way to make it work.
Non-Stick Aluminum Indoor Stove top Grill with Stainless Steel Base
Water-Filled Outer Ring Catches Fat & Juices During Cooking
No Smoke or Splattering
High-Quality Non-Stick Surface Ensures Easy Cleanup
Dimension – 10 in
This stove top grill is available on Amazon for $16.95 with free shipping on Prime accounts.
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