Philips - Smoke-less Indoor BBQ Grill - Black
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Infrared electric grill
The advanced Infrared technology and the special reflectors guide heat to the grid cooking surface so food grills evenly, with no hot spots.
Special design of reflectors
The grill quickly heats up to a constant 446 F degrees, which is the perfect temperature for searing meat while the drip tray remains cool so there is up to 80% less smoke when cooking.
Non-stick aluminum grid
The robust die-cast aluminum grid allows for a perfectly grilled food.
The entire internal structure was built to house the best grilling performance with minimal splattering.
Easy to clean
Thanks to the non-stick grid the appliance takes less than a minute to be cleaned. Additionally the detachable parts are dishwasher safe.
One optimal grilling temperature.
The grill quickly heats up to a constant 446 F degrees, which is the perfect temperature for searing meat and maintains that temperature throughout the entire cooking process.
Virtually no smoke
Advanced infrared technology and special reflectors guide head upwards while the drip tray underneath remains cool so there is up to 80% less smoke when cooking.
- Avance Collection Indoor Electric Grill
- Owner's manual
- Form FactorPortable
- Grill TypeElectric
- Number Of Burners1
- Wattage1660 watts
- Product NameSmoke-less Indoor BBQ Grill
- Assembly RequiredPartial
- Model NumberHD6371/94
- Color CategoryBlack
- Product Height16.929 inches
- Product Width21.854 inches
- Product Length13.5 inches
- Product Weight15.662 pounds
- Form FactorPortable
- Grill TypeElectric
- Number Of Burners1
- Indoor Or Outdoor UseIndoor
- Non-Stick SurfaceYes
- Infrared CookingYes
- Rotisserie Kit IncludedNo
- Rotisserie CompatibleNo
- Variable Temperature ControlYes
- Side BurnerNo
- Wattage1660 watts
- Grounded CordNo
- Protective Grill Cover IncludedNo
- Side ShelfNo
- Tool HolderNo
- Grease TrayYes
- Catch Pan IncludedYes
- Sink IncludedNo
- Heat ThermometerNo
- Grate MaterialCast aluminum
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts1 year
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor1 year
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Quick, Healthy, Lean Grilling in the GREAT INDOORSPosted .
This Phillips Avance Collection Smoke-Less Indoor Grill with Infrared Technology is so unique and amazingly quick. Over the past week I have used this grill five times, and, the more I use it the better I love it. Indoor grilling with Infrared Technology is a whole new venue compared to conventional charcoal, gas, NG, or Propane. But, the FUN part of Infrared grilling (for me) is that the learning curve is so simple. This is not a complicated indoor cooking grill. There are only three user components to deal with. The grill's main body houses the infrared tubes and reflectors, the die-cast, non-stick, aluminum cooking grid, and the grease and spatter tray How much simpler can it be? Out of the box the grill can be ready to cook right after you wash and dry the non-stick aluminum grid. At one end of the grill housing is the heavy-duty appliance cord, which is approximately 40” long. The grilling unit is labeled, 1,660 watts at 120V. Typically, appliance outlets can be found in the kitchen to handle that power requirement. At the opposite end of the grilling unit is a simple three-position lever switch, 'OFF', 'WARM', and 'ON'. Because of the power demand and the fact that this unit heats up to a constant 450 F degrees. I place this grill on my ceramic cook-top range, directly under my exhaust fan so I can dissipate the grilling heat. This baby gets hot, approximately 450F, and a little smoke (normal) will be also be produced when grilling various kinds of meat and veggies. So, my positioning it under the exhaust fan is where I want this unit to be for exhausting heat and what little smoke may be produced. Before I go any further I think I should explain the Phillips, 'Smoke-Less' feature as against the perception of 'Smoke-Free'. No cooking that I am familiar with is completely 'Smoke-Free', and I am sure you will agree. What I experienced is that using lean cuts of beef, poultry, pork, and fish are absolutely necessary, not to mention healthier for you too. However, using cooking oils with higher 'Smoking Points' is also a necessity for indoor grilling. I quickly learned that coating my meats, chicken, steaks, fish, and veggies with a light coat of cooking oil that have a high 'Smoking Point', well over 400F, produced little or no smoke while infrared grilling. Here is my list of higher 'Smoke Point' oils I have used – Corn Oil, Peanut Oil, Soybean Oil, and Extra-Light, Olive Oil, and Avocado Oil (not cheap). Be aware that regular virgin olive oil, butter, and, or, any kind of vegetable shortening is more suited for lower temperature cooking methods – the Phillips Infrared Grill reaches a pretty constant 450F, uniformly across its 112 square inches of cooking surface. Now for the actual grilling experience . . . . Like many men I think of myself as the 'Grill Master' of my er, ah, kingdom. My Lady, Darlene, is the Head Chef of our domicile. However, for whatever reason, she delegates the grilling responsibilities to me. So, after 50 years of grilling, I found the real gastronomical feast is successful only because of the 'preparation' – the grilling is just the final step of which, I play the 'Grill Master', the flipper of the switches, turner of the foods, and 'judge' of when the banquet is done. WooHoo! I like my 'tasty' job. Duplicating the ambiance of grilling and bar-b-queuing outdoors is a challenge for indoor epicureans to match. The rich, flame-kissed flavors only charcoal, natural-gas, and propane can produce require a lot of creativity, spices, and flavorings to convince your taste-buds this is real smoky taste. This is where Darlene's 50 years of cooking experience takes Infrared grilling to practical realism. I watched as Darlene mixed two tablespoons of Extra-Light Olive Oil with about five drops of liquid smoke and swished them around 'till blended. She then coated the chicken liberally on both sides. She used a combination of Smoked Paprika and Herbs and Garlic on the veggies, Summer and Zucchini squash, Portabella mushrooms, and Purple and Gold potatoes, which were all lightly coated in corn oil, first. When, we grilled the NY Strip Steaks, she used a 'Smoky-Mesquite' powdered rub and Charcoal Seasoning, a Hickory Smoked Sea Salt on the Yellow potatoes, and Shiitake mushrooms, which were marinated in dark, smoky, porter, craft beer. Yum Yum! On the grilled salmon she used a cedar plank, powder-rub from Seattle that was super-delicious. She did not use any spices, powders or flavorings on the center-cut pork chops, just a light sprinkling of smoky sea salt. Is anybody hungry yet? Darlene says you can find all of these smoky flavor enhancements at your favorite grocery or specialty store, and, they are inexpensive. She also says experimenting with mixing combinations of these spices, rubs, and powders is very taste rewarding using this Infrared Grill. So, mix your own – get taste-adventurous. I love the grilled veggies on this Phillips Infrared Grill. The non-stick, die-cast aluminum grid is spaced so that smaller cuts of veggies do not fall through the grate. They cook quickly with an even temperature of 450F and without burning or flare-ups. I cannot cook the veggies on our gas or charcoal grill with the same results. I love this grill for the quality and taste of the veggies. The grilled meats, poultry, and fish are delicious, but I can't get enough seasoned, and grilled vegetables. YooHoo! Clean-Up. When I was done with my grilling I noticed how the grease/splatter pan could be immediately cleaned. It remains 'cool' so just washing it with soapy dishwater liquid is fine. The spatter on the metal reflectors removes easily with oven cleaner, and the glass protecting the quartz cooking tubes cleans easily with ceramic/glass cook-top cleaner. It is important to note that the grill should be cleaned after every use. Included in the package with your grill is: User Manual set of Instructions and a Grilled Menu Book along with a sheet of Highlights Illustrating the advantages of Smoke-Less, Infrared Technology. You can go to the main Phillips website, register this product and download a comprehensive User Manual and peruse the Frequently Asked Questions along with detailed Cleaning Instructions. This unit has a one year Limited Warranty and is equipped with quartz heating tubes, which are rated at 5,000 hours of continued use by the manufacturers – should last you a 'lifetime'. TIPS: Use insulated pot holders while touching the cooking grid or its handles while cooking. Leave the skin on vegetables and fruit while grilling. Use powdered spices and rubs if you can – grainy spices, rubs and breading cause spatter. Don't be afraid to look at the ultra-red light – it does not cause any harm to your eyes. No tin foil or wraps that could cause excessive heating from reflected infrared rays. It is 'normal' to see stains on the metallic reflector panels over time. CLEAN this unit after each and every use – Use a soft brush to clean the non-stick grid. Use Oils with 'Higher Smoking' Points. Grill some fruits like apples, pears, and peaches – you will be pleasantly surprised. Needless to say the more I use this Phillips Indoor Infrared Grill the more I love it. Especially since Darlene enhances the flavors to that of those comparably grilled outdoors using charcoal, or gas. It is easy to store when we are not using it and it is ruggedly-built. It will easily grill a meal for two to four depending on your foodstuffs. I highly recommend this Phillips Avance Collection Smoke-Less Indoor Grill with Infrared Technology as a 'Must-Have' for any home and, or, apartment dweller. It is especially useful when the weather does not cooperate for outdoor grilling, and, or, it is too dark to grill outside. I love this Infrared Indoor Grill. My favorite grilled, food meal is seasoned veggies with chicken. Don't get me wrong – outdoor grilling is fantastic. But, with a little preparation of oils, spices, rubs, and powders, this Infrared Grill can almost duplicate or even surpass the outdoor grilling flavors.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Lights - Action - Dinner!Posted .
When I first saw the Grill on-line pictures it looked Big, which was a bit of a concern for us due to counter space and storing. Turns out the grill is not overly large and fits our needs to a T. Sits nicely on the kitchen counter and found space in my utility shelve for storage. Cleaning. It could not be more simple and easy, grease from meats drops into a removable tray. The infrared lights do not point toward the tray so the grease is not cooked further, you do not end up with hard baked grease. Simply spray warm water onto the tray to wash away some of the cleanup, then we swiped the pan with a sponge and everything came out in one swipe. NO Scrubbing. Kudos, could not be easier. The grill as well is simple to clean after cooking, not hard baked on particles. The grill appears to be have been made for our sink as the raised feet underneath the grill made for keeping the grill steady in the cooker fit exactly within our sink. Makes for, again a simple cleanup. First meal. We went for Brats and sliced grilled vegies. The Brats and grilled vegies came out spectacularly, could not have been more delicious. Lovely grill marks on the Brats and perfectly grilled bell peppers, mushrooms and onions. Yummy, thumbs up all around the kitchen table. Second meal. Went with 1” Pork Loin Steaks to see how the grill handled the thick steaks. The experience would lead me to go with a less thick cut next round due to how the infrared works. The infrared fires more directly at the bottom of the steaks rather than sides. We ended up holding up the steaks a bit to get the sides fully cooked, not a big deal, but will cook thinner cuts in the future which should work well. Was the Pork Good? Absolutely delicious. Very little smoke was produced from the brats, just a wisp. The Pork Loin Steaks did produce more smoke as I expected, it is not smokeless, but it is from our observation less than cooking in a skittle on the stove. Reason for that is the grease falling under the cooking area into pan below and not being cooked further. The grill can hold two large steaks with a cooking time of approximately 15 minutes. Believe you could cook about six hamburgers, as for Brats load up the grill! Big Pluses: Convenience of indoor grilling, similar to a gas grill for flavor Quick, easy meal without messing up the kitchen Easy, fast clean up (love it) Infrared Cooking – cool stuff And not last but least – wonderfully cooked food, your taste buds will thank you Do pay heed to the instruction on not staring into the infrared lamps, it is not comfortable. That being said, you still have to look into the grill area to cook and cannot avoid the lamps completely. Not a big issue. Like grilling, easy clean up and tasty eats? Than you will enjoy the Grill.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Solid Option for Simple Indoor GrillingPosted .
Philips Avance Collection Smoke-Less Indoor Electric Grill Solid Option for Simple Indoor Grilling Specs Price: $279.99 Color: Black Use: Indoor Weight: 12½ lbs. Power: Electric, 1660 Watts Cooking: Infrared Grate: Cast Aluminum Warranty: 1 Year Bonus: 30-Page Color Cookbook w/Grilling Recipes & Tips Summary: I’m pleasantly surprised w/how well this grill has worked out. Getting started is easy w/just 3 primary parts: the main housing, the liftoff grilling grid, & the removable grease tray. These take all of 1 minute to set up. The grill surface heats up very quickly (6-minute warmup time recommended prior to placing your food on the grill); so, you’ll want all your food prep work completed before you turn on the grill. The aluminum grilling grid surface heats up to a constant 446° F.—the perfect temp for grilling different types of food simultaneously, including searing meat, preserving tenderness & juiciness, & browning w/o burning—& maintains that temp throughout the cooking process. The simple temp control knob has just 3 settings: Off, High, & Low. The Low or ‘Keep Warm’ setting is self-explanatory as it allows you to keep your food warm once you’ve finished cooking it. Cooking: So far, I’ve grilled rib-eye steaks, chicken thighs, lamb chops, & vegetables, including zucchini, yellow squash, & mushrooms. (Be sure to cut your veggies large enough so that they don’t fall thru the grate to the bottom.) All the meats & veggies turned out fantastic & tasted very good, though the finished product doesn’t taste quite like charcoal-grilled food from a real outdoor BBQ. (But then neither do they taste that way w/an outdoor propane grill.) The die-cast aluminum grid does make authentic BBQ grill marks, & it did brown/grill all sides of our cuts surprisingly evenly, thanks, in part, to the heat reflectors. All in all, I got much better results w/this 112-sq. in. indoor infrared grill than w/my large, round, 240-sq. in., 15-serving, George Foreman Indoor/Outdoor Electric Barbecue Grill. Cleaning: The grill’s nonstick surface is much easier to clean than my Foreman grill, though I’ll be interested to see how durable the nonstick surface is after a year of use. Thankfully, there was minimal splatter. With my Foreman grill, there’s a ton of splatter; so, I have to line the sides of that grill w/walls of aluminum foil, or I end up scrubbing grease off everything around the cooking surface. And the Philips grill is “virtually smokeless” (boasting an 80% smoke reduction), although my nearby hallway smoke alarm did go off several times. (But it also goes off when I broil steaks in the oven.) Rather than your food cooking in its own grease, excess fat drops onto the XL-grease tray, allowing for leaner grilling. But the grill is too long to fit into a standard kitchen sink; so, soaking it isn’t feasible in our kitchen. Tip: Line the drip pan & the 2 non-heating-element sides for easier cleaning. The detachable parts of the grill are dishwasher safe. Portability/Space: This Philips grill takes up less space than my large Foreman grill. And this grill is light enough that’s it easy to move at just 12½ lbs., yet the rectangular cooking surface provides enough space to grill an adequate quantity of food for a family of 4. It’s large enough to grill 4 steaks or 6-to-8 hamburgers at once. Convenience: In my experience, cooking on this electric grill has proven far easier vs. the hassles associated w/my gas, propane, & charcoal grills, including even my other electric George Foreman grills. This Philips grill provides a simple & convenient way to grill indoors all year round, though I’ll probably use it mostly during the winter months & when it’s raining. Extras: Included in the box is a 30-page color booklet of grilling recipes, but I haven’t tried any of them yet. Electric Power Cord: Philips gives the user a pretty short leash. Based upon our limited counter space available for grilling, due to our many other kitchen countertop appliances, we don’t have an open/unused power receptacle immediately adjacent to our preferred spot for grill placement. So, a power cord longer than 40” would be helpful. Safety: The infrared heating lights (& reflectors) are extremely bright. There’s a warning not to stare at them, which seems obvious, but it’s difficult not to look down at them during the cooking process as I’m turning, repositioning, & monitoring the food on the grill. I’m seriously considering donning my polarized sunglasses the next time I grill. Durability: I wonder about the longevity of the reflector surfaces, which I find are accumulating burn spots from dripped grease w/each successive grilling session. Because they’re so hard to clean (dishwashing soap & hot water won’t cut it), it seems logical that the gradual buildup of these “stains” will reduce the efficacy of the grill over time. Price: The grill is a bit pricey for the value, but it’s far less expensive than a large outdoor grill. Bottom Line: 4 stars out of 5—I recommend this product. This Philips indoor infrared grill is a wonderful & convenient alternative to bulky, cumbersome, multi-step outdoor grills. I’ll be using this grill often.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Perfect Indoor Grill!Posted .
Let me start by saying that I grill outdoors nearly 365 days a year. I grill in the rain, snow, etc, but not anymore! Today I finally got a chance to use this grill because I've been camping nearly ever since It showed up at my house. I cooked some pork tenderloin and some garlic bread, and it came out amazing. Tenderloin normally takes about 24-26 minutes on my normal grill, and this indoor grill cooked it about the same in the same amount of time. If anything, I probably could of cooked it a couple minutes less to be perfect. On top of that, there was practically no smoke. The only thing that made smoke was the garlic bread, but it was covered in butter, and it was just a tiny bit of smoke. Clean up was very easy, and basically consisted of using a wet paper towel while the grill was still warm. Overall I'm very impressed, and can see many uses for this, especially if you live in an apartment with strict no BBQ laws/rules.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Better than an easy bake ovenPosted .
It is so strange to grill inside over a bright warm light, almost like a kids easy bake oven or something. However, it works really well. It only takes a matter of minutes to get the griddle searing hot, like a regular grill, and food cooks just as well as a grill with easy clean up. Though the flavor is not the same as cooking over gas or charcoal, I feel that this gave the true flavor of the food. So far the food has been juicy and held the full flavor of the marinade. There was a little smoke, and you do get some grease splatter on fatty meats, but nothing as bad as pan cooking. The entire device is easy to wipe down and the messiest parts are dishwasher safe. Though it is not as big as a typical grill, I can’t imagine where I would put it if it was, it is big enough to cook a decent meal and small enough to leave space on my stove. I’ve never used a grill like this before, but compared to those smaller grill like devices that can only hold one patty at a time and claim to be healthier, I feel this is a better option. This is more like a grill, cooks at about the same rate as a grill at mid heat level, drips the fat into a tray that you can throw in the dishwasher later and has a decent surface area. I do wish they had a different temperature option though.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
YES! It is as awesome as you can imagine!Posted .
I've been anxiously awaiting the arrival of this wonderful appliance as it is just TOO HOT to grill "traditionally" this summer. So when I found out I could grill inside the comfort of my own home with NO SMOKE I was sold. In fact, minutes after this indoor grill arrived, I was at the supermarket picking out what I was going to grill first. I thought, why not go big? So I got 2 strip steaks roughly 3/4" in width and about 1lb each. Both fit perfectly on the grill with plenty of room to spare. But I'm jumping a bit ahead of myself. The grill is very simple to operate. There is a drip pan that sits in the main unit, and then the (non-stick) grill that sits on top. The unit has two power settings; "warm" and "on". And I must say, once the grill is set to "on" - it is immediately ready for the food you are about to prepare. No more waiting for traditional grills to warm up! The steaks took about 5-7 minutes per side, and came out perfectly medium rare. Juicy and delicious. In fact, I was extremely impressed with how well, and even the unit grilled the steaks. I have never cooked with infrared before. But now, I feel like I have a whole world of grilling possibilities, which again, I can experience in the comfort of inside my home! The cleanup was a breeze. The drip pan rinsed out with nothing sticking, and the grill with its non-stick coating was clean with a quick rinse under the kitchen sink, and a wipe of a towel. It was THAT EASY. And another cool thing? You don't have to wait for anything in the unit to cool off. As fast as it heats up when you turn it on, once you turn it off - you can almost immediately pull the drip tray out for cleaning. Try THAT on a traditional grill! (actually, please don't try that!) If you are like me, and LOVE grilled food - but HATE how hot this summer has turned out to be (first world problems, I know!) then this indoor grill is for you! It gets the MemphisTechieRN 4-star seal of approval! You CAN'T go wrong!I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Great, but takes up a LOT of space and is BRIGHT.Posted .
We've been using an OptiGrill for years. We love and swear by it and has become a staple in our lives. It automatically cooks food to the perfect levels without having to worry about "is it done?"...leaving you free to prepare other things. I've been wanting another grill that was a bit bigger and manual - because there are a lot of things that just can't be done or won't fit right on the automatic grill (such as grilled corn). So, we decided to give this a try! The packaging is pretty standard fare, nothing fancy. It comes with a cheap(er) fold-out manual (I hate these things...lol...it's pure laziness on the manufacturer) - but it's not as bad as most I've seen - and a pretty basic cookbook. It has a few recipes, each one in several languages. I honestly didn't really see anything in it that piqued my interest. The grill, manual and "trial" cookbook is pretty much everything you get here. The grill plate that comes with it, according to the manual, is a BBQ grill plate. There is another one it seems, but does not come with this model and has to be purchased separately. Aside from it having lower pre-heat times (a few minutes, vs. 6 minutes), I was unable to determine the difference in the two plates, based on the manual itself. Anywho, on to the good stuff, right? How well does it do and perform? The functionality of the grill itself is pretty basic. It has two "on" modes. "Keep Warm" and "On". Per the manual, you must turn it on to "Keep Warm" for 2 seconds, prior to switching to the full "On" mode. It takes about 6 minutes on average to get fully heated. Once, I did put it on Keep Warm and forgot to switch it over to On afterwards, resulting in it taking double the amount of time to heat up. For the first food attempt, we tried burgers. Made 4 patties out of 1.25 lb. of meat. All 4 fit perfectly on the top, with enough space between so that they didn't touch. Cooked 5 min on each side. These burgers were so juicy and the grill marks were spot-on! The wife and I loved them, even more so than the ones we had gotten spoiled with off our other automatic grill. The next day, I fixed grilled corn on the cob. Brushed them with oil and put on the grill for about 20 minutes, rotating periodically. Did this until they had a small char line going across them. They cooked perfectly and were nice and crispy - not under or over cooked. We think we prefer our corn on the cob this way now, vs. boiled in a pot. As for the grill itself, it does take up a HUGE amount of space. Especially in removing the underpan to clean. The outside of the grill is super shiny...which gets dirty and splattered easily, but seems pretty easy to clean. The inside, however, is a different story. Once the metallic/shiny plates inside get dirty and splattered, it is nigh-impossible to clean and wipe off - and you have to be careful because two of the sides contain the infrared bulbs...so you can't put too much pressure on it. The underpan and the BBQ grill plate on top are super easy to clean. I always hand-wash them vs. putting it in the dishwasher. The non-stick coating on the BBQ plate does a great job so far. Really, my only true issue with this grill, aside from the sheer size of it...and why I docked a star...is the brightness of the infrared lights inside the grill. They are so bright, you almost can't see how well your food is cooking. I was just about tempted to put on my sunglasses, just so I could look at the burgers to flip them. Yep, that's how bright it gets... It's so bright, I couldn't even get an accurate picture of it to post on this review. In summary and thus far, this has became a great secondary grill for when we have more food than usual or bigger things, like corn. During holidays, we may even use it in conjunction with our OptiGrill to cover any type of food that we need to fix. Now...where can I put this thing when I'm not using it??I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
It lives up its claim of 'virtually no smoke'Posted .
This is a nice indoor grill. It's simple to set up and simple to use; I had it out of the box and in use in about 15 minutes. After an initial cleaning of the removable grid, and a quick look through the manual, I decided to see what it would do with some porkchops. At this point I'll mention that the warning in the manual about not looking into the lamps is actually a bit understated. I've never had a grill that uses infrared lamps, so when I turned the grill on, even though I wasn't looking at the lamps directly, the lamps were still so bright I wasn't sure how I was supposed to 'not look at them' while flipping anything that was on the grill. I wound up turning the whole grill sideways, so I was at the end with the power switch instead of in front of it; in that position, the light coming from the lamps was much more subdued. Once the grill heated up (about 7 minutes) I put the porkchops on. I could immediately tell that this was going to be a much different experience from fixing meat on the stove-top; the light from the lamps made the 1/2" porkchops translucent, hopefully meaning they were being cooked evenly all the way through. In about 12-14 munites, the porkchops were done and absolutely perfect. I had marinated the porkcops the night before, so I thought that might add more smoke to the grilling process, but throughout the entire grilling, there was virtually NO smoke. After dinner, the grill was cool enough to clean. Cleanup was quick and easy; I cleaned the grid and the drip tray with soap and water, taking about 5 minutes, and the main unit had almost nothing on it, so a simple wipe with a damp cloth was all that it took to get the unit ready to store until next time. I'm extremely pleased with this grill. It's very simple to use, grills to perfection, cleans up in minutes, and lives up to its claim of 'virtually no smoke'. I would recommend this for anyone wanting a 'grilling experience' while still being in your kitchen.I would recommend this to a friend
Q: QuestionAm I blind? No where in Best Buys advertisement does it give the dimensions of the cooking grid. Seems to be, that would be important. What are the dimensions of the cooking grid?
Asked by MIchael.
- A:Answer The cooking grid is 20 3/4" long (handle to handle) and 9 1/2" wide. The cooking surface is aprox 13 1/2" x 7 1/2".
Answered by MAP1
Q: Questiondid it char like an outdoor grill? Thinking about getting this since we can no longer have outdoor grills in our complex.
Asked by Booker.
- A:Answer Yes, you will still get the typical grill marks. If you let it pre-heat as recommended it will cook just like a regular grill. See attached picture as an example.
Answered by DavidJr
Asked by Rose.
- A:Answer I don’t think so
Answered by RoadWarrior7
Asked by Majo.
- A:Answer Yes....I've used all kinds of sauces as well as seasoned butter. Cleans up well.
Answered by Tray
Asked by cleanup.
- A:Answer Hello! We advise contacting Philips directly at 1-866-309-8817 for more assistance.
Answered by Philips Consumer Care