Do you ever crave something grilled but lack the will to go outside, break out the grill, fire it up, and get grilling? That’s me all too often. I love grilled foods but not so much the actual act of grilling. Don’t get me wrong, I can do it, I just don’t always want to. Especially in the winter when the grill’s in the shed and using it means fishing my way through the mess to lug it out.
When I saw the Power Smokeless Grill it was a solution to one of my biggest meal time conundrums. Now I get to enjoy grilled anything whenever I want it and I don’t have to step foot outside. Perhaps you’ve seen it on TV too?
Caesar salad with grilled chicken? Check.
Grilled burgers or hot dogs? Check
Juicy steaks with those beautiful char marks? Check
Heck, I’ve even been throwing veggies on the Power Smokeless Grill just because I can! I have some shish kabobs in the marinade stage now that
I can even swap out the plates and use the griddle plate to cook up the perfect pancakes and eggs.
To say I’m in love with my Power Smokeless Grill would be an understatement. The only thing I wish is that I’d found this miraculous appliance sooner.
How the Power Smokeless Grill Works
Out of the box, there are a few pieces to deal with before you can start using the Power Smokeless Grill.
The Power Smokeless Grill base houses the grill’s fan. The fan is the secret to keeping the grill smokeless so it should be on whenever the grill is in use.
The first piece that goes into the base is the water tray. Fill the tray with water to help keep grilled foods moist. Add herbs to the liquid, and even liquid smoke, to infuse grilled food with even more flavor.
Next is the drip tray which goes in and comes out smoothly. This is to catch
The heating element goes in next. This is also the source of power for the Power Smokeless Grill. Put this on after the drip tray, paying attention to the power cord in relation to your power outlet.
After the heating element is in place it’s time to add the grill or griddle plate. Both plates have easily accessible handles to make swapping them out simple. Be careful though, and don’t try to swap them while the plate is still hot or the grill is turned on.
Each piece can be easily removed when you need to clean the grill. The water tray, drip tray, and both plates are dishwasher safe.
Using the Power Smokeless Grill
The Power Smokeless Grill is controlled with the LCD control panel built into the heating element layer. The controls are:
- Power button – turns the grill on and off
- Fan button – turns the fan on and off
- Temperature controls – one side increases the temperature and the other decreases the temperature
Getting the fan on can be a little tricky at first. I have to power my grill off and on a couple times before I can get the fan on. I’m sure there’s some user error on my part there, but it’s not a turn off at all.
I love that I can enjoy healthy meals without a ton of hassle. When I’m craving something grilled I just have to plug in the grill and I’m halfway there. Life is so much better when what you want is within reach!
Buy a Power Smokeless Grill
I think an indoor grill is a necessary appliance for any household. The Power Smokeless Grill goes beyond that since it doubles as a griddle too. That makes this a must-have appliance in my book.
You can buy the Power Smokeless Grill from the PowerSmokelessGrill.com website (they offer an affordable payment plan with extras!) or in many retail stores like Kohl’s, Bed Bath and Beyond, and Walmart.