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Solaire Gas Grills are based on a unique cooking system

from: Ross MacIver

Solaire gas grills have a unique cooking system. Instead of using briquettes for lava rock as a convection heat source, Solaire gas grills use radiant infrared heat to cook the food. This is the same cooking technology that is used in the finest steak houses, so the great taste of professional grills is available in your own backyard.

Most gas grills on the market today cook by convection. There are several disadvantages to this method. The hood must be closed in order to raise the temperature of the cooking area, and whenever the hood is opened the temperature quickly drops. The food is cooked by the heated air, and this results in dried out food.

Solaire gas grills on the other hand, are specially designed to produce high temperature, radiant heat. The hood on Solaire gas grills can be left open because the heating elements are cooking the food rather than the heated air. The intense heat of the infrared burner seers the outside of the food, locking in taste and moisture. The result is succulent, flavorful food which cooks in a fraction of the time of traditional gas grills.

There are several models of Solaire gas grills to choose from. The 27" Petite Solaire Infrared Built-in Gas Grill (model number SOL-IRBQ-27G) has three infrared burners producing 27,000 BTUs. The total grilling area is 461 square inches, and there is a an optional electric rotisserie available. This model can operate on either propane or natural gas with the conversion kit which is included with the grill.

The Solaire 30 Inch Infra-Red Gas Grill has two infrared burners producing 55,000 BTUs. There is a total of 703 square inches of cooking area, and an optional electric rotisserie. This model can be installed on a portable cart or it can be built in to a customized cabinet. It can operate on either propane or natural gas.

For heavy-duty professional style cooking, the Solaire 42 Inch Infra-Red Gas Grill on Cart offers 82,500 BTUs and 1027 square inches of grilling area. On the other end of the scale, the Solaire Portable Gas Grill is a compact grill that can be carried anywhere. It operates on 1 pound propane bottles that offer one hour of cooking time.

About the Author

Ross is editor of Patio Furniture and Barbeque Grills
and is specialized in Barbecue related products


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