The summer is meant for barbecue. Sharing grilled hamburgers and hotdogs with friends and family during hot, summer days is practically a staple of summer fun.
However, it’s not always convenient to grill outside because sometimes it’s too hot, not enough outdoor space and so on. The next best thing is the indoor grill.
There are both electric indoor grills and gas grills. Electric is better for those who don’t want a buildup of soot in the grill, but depending on the brand cleaning may be difficult anyway.
In regards to health, there is no great difference between electric and gas grills although inhaling all the fumes from a gas grill would likely be unhealthy over time.
It’s best to also have a grill that can grill several things at once, as only a couple at a time will leave more work for the cook.
The grill should also be able to cook the food at a high enough temperature so that it will have that grilled taste, so make sure the temperature is high, and check reviews about the grill that is of interest.
While vegetables can be grilled, it is best to have vegetables that are not cooked as many lose their nutrients because of the heat. So incorporate cooked meat and raw vegetables.
The variety of grills out there are George Foreman, Sanyo, and Krups as well as many others, so shop around and find something that is right in size and power for an affordable price.