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I just got this in time for the 4th of July celebrations! I live in a condo where we are not allowed gas or charcoal grills (like usual!), so this “Philips Smoke-Less Infrared Grill” seemed like the ideal solution. I read and researched for a while before "pulling the trigger" and going with this grill, I followed the instructions and got the results I was expecting. Some observations:1 - When it says preheat, for the fuller (non-stick) grill - it means at "full power", not the "keep-warm" setting.2 – It recommends preheat for 6 minutes, I find 10 minutes works best.3 – When you preheat – for the 1st time – it seems that you open the “gates of Hell” on your kitchen…yes you can feel the heat! Just step away for 10 minutes. Make sure you do not place it under any counters – it needs a very open space - For the “lighter” grill there’s no need to preheat.4 – It is very hard to see if your meats/poultry are cooking properly, because of the infrared light (my 1st try was at night…) so use a high-power white light, or cook during the day – that way you can see the “doneness” better.5 – It is smokeless! Truly! (I’m very pleased by this…) though, I would suggest opening up some windows to get rid of the BBQ smell – you’ll notice next day (believe me!) If you can’t open up the windows, turn on the range smoke extractor for your stove! And if you have some air filters, turn them on – that way you avoid any lingering smells next day (it’ll be noisy, but just for 15 – 20 minutes…)6 – The thicker the cut of meat, poultry, fish, etc. the longer it needs to be on the grill to achieve a well done consistency. Personally I do not like too much pink on my steaks, so I keep them on longer. Today I did some Bubba burgers, and had them on the grill for 5 minutes each side – they turned out perfect.7 – The “keep warm” function works pretty good – I had one of my burgers on for about 15 minutes and it did not dry out.8 – Clean up – make sure the grill is fully cooled down to start clean up – this takes about half hour of cooling (depending on your ambient temperature.) Run the (separate, detachable) grills under some warm/hot water (I prefer as hot as possible) and get a good, sturdy nylon bristle brush with lots of dish washing soap and run it good through the grill – make sure to go in between to get all the drippings and fat that runs down from the meats. Depending on the “fattiness” of the meats that you cook on the grill, some splatter will occur into the internal walls of the unit itself, I find it that if you scrub it with a sponge (with warm/hot water and dish washing soap) and just wipe it down – it’ll make for a better/cleaner use the next time around – remember, the unit cannot/should not be dipped in water (as it would ruin the electrical components.)I hope my “observations” helped – and Happy 4th of July!
I don't write a lot of product reviews, but this is one I can get really enthusiastic about. We are Manhattan city dwellers and love to grill. That's a problem because we live in an apartment building, and have no outdoor space, and no exhaust hood. I've learned to sear and broil meats and fish, but sometimes you need a grill... I considered many options - blowtorch, illegal hibachi on my fire escape, etc. But nothing could scratch the itch.Finally!! here is finally a HOT indoor grill that combines ambient, aerated heat with an iron grill surface that is easy to clean! It doesn't smoke up the kitchen any more than your stovetop range, and can seriously char some meat! It gets really, really hot.Of course this won't impart a charcoal flavor to your food. But it's much better than any George-Foreman-esque grill which are really just panini presses, to be honest. This one allows a lot of heat to grill and roast food while providing ample space above and below for food to aerate - which gives you a crisp crusty charred finish to fish and meat. This is DRY HEAT. That's what a grill is for.The product uses some kind of infrared convection technology. The trick is that the heat is emanating is situated above the pan where the drippings fall. That means the drippings do not heat, and don't sizzle. Hence no smoke. The food might smoke a little up top, but it won't create a cloud in your kitchen. Just enough for you to smell what you're having for dinner. Yum!Caveat: I am cooking for two. This isn't a great solution for a barbecue party for 10 people. You want to give your food some good space on the grill - don't crowd the lamb chops!So far we've tried some chicken skewers which I marinated in soy, sesame, and sugar. The first skewer actually overcooked in under 8 minutes! The second one got a better sear, and was moist and delicious.We also grilled a whole stuffed branzino. I used no oil, get the skin nice and crispy. It was some of the best grilled fish we've ever had. Winner Winner Fish Dinner.Cleanup is a cinch. The drippings tray pulls out goes into the dish washer. The grill comes off and goes into the dishwasher. I reward my hard work with another glass of wine.Hope you enjoy your Phillips Smokeless Indoor Grill as much as we have! Cheers.
This grill has been the best investment I've made in a long long time. I use it all the time to cook just about everything you can think of. It is phenomenal. I bought it because I wanted to start eating cleaner and so far in 9 months I'm down 30 pounds. I recommend this to any and everyone. Cleaning is easy, using it is easy, it's definitely not smokeless, lol, but it's great
This grill is small, but for a single person or small family it is a great buy. I have now used it for about a week and find everything I have cooked on it comes out tasting like "grilled food". It is a snap to wash off the grill rake and since the infrared elements are on the side, dripping fall directly into the catch pan which is removable and wipes clean. I read the single star review by the person who was badly cut by the cleaning scraper blade and this gave me warning to be careful on opening the box and removing the grill. In my case the scraper was securely taped down so was not a hazard, but BE CAREFUL.
Love this grill we use it nearly everyday. If you wipe it down with some paper towel before it’s cools off cleaning is a breeze. So glad we made this purchase and can’t understand any negative reviews this thing simply grills produces beautiful char lines and cooks to perfection in under 20 minutes for most cuts. We’ve done chicken breast, salmon, Mahi-mahi, Lake Perch,pork loin, pork chops, salmon patties, turkey breastAnd it was all delicious
Absolutely LOVE this indoor Grill!!!I was a little bit skeptical at first and wasn't sure but I wanted something for my Husband for those Really cold snowy day's in the Winter or the Really WAY too hot day's in the Summer we could still Grill. Well to my surprise THIS is it and it is absolutely Amazing. We tried Chicken the First night and it was the most Juicy Tender Chicken we have ever eaten. The next night we made Steaks because we were so excited to try more, OMG Seriously Steaks TO DIE FOR So Good!!!! Seriously I was in Shock!!!! I can not tell you really I was so Shocked. The ONLY Thing You CAN'T do is SAUCES no Sauces like on Ribs (really) my husband did try that even though it said NO in the book and needless to say we set off the smoke alarm a few times. But they were still good. But once you are done cooking you can just wipe it off clean it is So Simple. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!
Well I must say I have tried many indoor grills over the years. I live in a condo in florida and have always missed a nice steak on the grill. I was a little nervous spending over 200 bucks on another indoor grill, but I am sure glad I did. This grill is the best I have seen to date. It cook a nice fillet mignon 6 minuets on each side medium rare with little to no smoke. It was great! The trick is to let it up for 7 to 8 minuets before putting anything on it. I would highly recommend this great.Keep in mind fatty food may produce smoke.
I live in an apartment on the fourth floor. I have a balcony but didn't want to have a grill taking up so much room. I saw this and thought I would try it. It came today and I was waiting with a beef filet mignon to try it out. I placed it on the stove under the exhaust fan just in case. It worked better than I thought was possible. The small amount of smoke was so much less than broiling or pan frying a steak. It was fantastic. Cooked to perfection and tasted wonderful. No flare ups or concerns of burning. Clean up couldn't have been faster, I sprayed the grill off in the sink and placed it on the bottom rack of the dishwasher along with the dripping pan. Very little juice in the dripping pan. I cannot say enough great things about it. It would be a wonderful option for midwest winter grilling even if you have an outdoor grill! Try it....you will love it!
OUTSTANDING TO THE HILT! Every time I use this thing food comes out better than high priced restaurants! I even overcooked some foods and I know I did forgetting the food was cooking while I was watching some sporting event! The food still came out as though I was about to eat a multi hundred dollar restaurant meal. I've had several of these type of units over the years and they all smoked up the apartment, so I had to be cautious and watching the timer. I notice very little if any smoke and it just seems as though you cannot overcook on this grill. If I had known that this thing was available and it has been around I understand some years I would have had one at inception!