GoBBQ is a portable charcoal BBQ grill which you can use to make delightful grilled foods any time you want without as much smoke as a large grill. Take it with you on the go and make delicious meals for friends and family. Super charge any grill thanks to the unique increased airflow of this BBQ design, because more air really does mean more heat. More heat means better cooking for all of your favorite foods.
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- Cool to the Touch
This unit remains cool to the touch which means you can use it safely without any issues.
- Use Indoors or Out
This unique BBQ grill lets you use it indoors or outdoors. The virtually smokeless BBQ grill can provide a juicy charcoal flavor anywhere, and any time.
This lightweight design makes it portable. You can reduce smoke by 90% when using it, so bring it to a pool party, place it outside on your patio. Even consider bringing it to the beach, when you go camping, or when you are out at a tailgating party before your favorite sporting event. If so feel so inclined, you can safely use this small grill indoors.
Theoretically, if you use this grill, because it is less smoke you can enjoy slightly healthier foods. Foods that are charred, something that can produce high amounts of smoke, tend to have more carcinogens in them which makes them much less healthy. By comparison, only lightly grilling with less smoke can offer similar tastes with less health risk.
How It Works
This unit has advanced air flow circulation which provides for fast and even cooking. Now there is no limit to where you can go with a BBQ. There is an air control knob on the outside which you can use to control the amount of air flow that heads into the device. When you are done cooking with it, just take the grill rack and the grill base and place them in the dishwasher. Clean up is a breeze.
How it's Different from Competitors
This GO BBQ is different from other units because of the many unique features it has to offer. There are tongs provided to remove the grill rack when it is hot. Grill racks come with a non-stick coating, not to mention they are fully detachable. Detach them to help move them from a cooking position to a cleaning position. Charcoal box lit helps you to spread the heat across the entirety of the rack.
You will find that the charcoal box holds charcoal inside of it in order to maintain a steady and powerful heat. Ignition plates hold the ignition material like gel alcohol, if that is what you prefer to use. Stainless steel base is easy to clean. Moreover, you can detach this part of the grill too and throw it in the dishwasher. On the very bottom you will find the grill base which holds all of these features together in a portable and lightweight design.
- Not the Same Taste
While these smaller grills are great, and you can use them indoors, they are not going to give you the same rich, smokey flavor that a full sized outdoor grill can. However, when you compare them to the grills that are meant only for indoor use, they do offer a better taste. This is due to the fact that they have some charcoal in them, albeit a smaller amount.
Tips & Tricks
- Liquid Smoke
Liquid Smoke is a liquid you can add to your food to compensate for the lost flavor of a portable grill. You can add a bit of this with a bit of other creative spices to bring to your foods the same flavors that you might be able to get with different woods.
- Beware of Splatter
Portable grills like this one, when used indoors, bring with them the risk of splatter. When meats release their fat and water content, the liquids will fall onto whatever heat source you are using. As this happens they became vapors which impart flavor in your food. However, they can also spray about a one to two foot radius, something you might have noticed if you ever tried to cook meats on a stove top. So, be cautious of this when you are cooking, simply cognizant of where you are cooking your food and where the splatter radius might be.
- Reduce Marinade
One way to help reduce the splatter of oils and vapors in the area you are cooking, especially indoors, is to reduce the marinade. This does not mean cut it out or use less. It just means you should remove your meats from the marinade and then pat them dry with a dry paper towel to get off anything that might otherwise drip.
- Let All Pieces Cool
While the unit is cool to the touch, if you are transporting it somewhere, be sure to let it cool and to wipe out any remaining oils or debris. Letting it cool and wiping it out before it does will keep things cleaner when you start packing up and heading home.
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