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Summer barbecues are great, but running out to the back patio in the middle of the winter to check on your steaks while it’s snowing or raining, not so much. The solution is obvious, but truly hard to execute: a better indoor grill. It can’t be too heavy, or hard to put together and use. It has to have enough grill space to cook a whole meal and get hot enough to get a good sear on the meat. Most importantly, it can’t set off the smoke detector every time you use it. Luckily, someone finally built the indoor grill that meets all of these requirements. The Smart Smokeless Indoor Grill® is the answer that indoor grill masters have been waiting for. With a powerful 1,200-watt heating element, the grill gets up to temperature quickly, and the 120-square-inch nonstick grill surface has plenty of room to grill several steaks, sausages or burgers at one time. The adjustable cooking temperature allows you to sear quickly or grill more slowly depending on the recipe, and the nonstick surface of the grill allows fat to drain away for healthy cooking. The drip pan provides virtually smoke-free cooking, and is dishwasher safe for easy cleanup.
Best Used For:
Grilling burgers, steaks, lamb, chicken and fish.
Why We Love It:
It’s a year-round barbecue without the mess of charcoal, making cold-weather grilling a much more pleasant endeavor.
Powerful 1,200-watt heating element
Adjustable temperature control
Large 120-square- inch cooking surface (approximately 12 inches x 10 inches)
Removable drip pan is dishwasher safe with cool-touch handles and base
For the price, it is great. Don't let the cheesiness of it fool you. This grill works wonderfully and the cleanup is fast and neat. Always remember to put the water in the drip pan as suggested. Makes the cleanup work!
Overall the grill works as advertised, except it is by no means smokeless. The heating element is permanently fixed into the grill itself, so the food surface actually heats. The drip pan is just that a drip pan and, with or without water, has nothing to do with preventing smoke. The heated surface on which the food sits, the grill itself, smokes as natural meat juices, etc, make contact with the hot surface. You'll want to use this grill under a vent hood to prevent smoking up the house.
This smokeless indoor grill is fantastic. You could not ask for a better product. I have cooked burgers, hot dogs, fish and steak on this and you can't tell the difference from it and the same cooked on an outdoor grill. It does an excellent job. In fact this is my second one, one for home and now one for the river house. Don't let the weather spoil another "cookout"!
I have only used the grill indoors once, but it did smoke and I wouldn't use it without a hood or vent again. I grilled shish kebabs, which may have taken more time than a single steak or hamburger patty, but there definitely was smoke which needed to be eliminated from the room by the hood fan.
The smokeless indoor grill is anything but that. I read and followed all directions for preparation and cooking exactly, but had a steady stream of smoke rising from the "smokeless" grill in our kitchen. I tried turning on the exhaust fan from our kitchen island cooktop, but the smoke rose faster than the fan could catch it. A grill pan works just as well (actually better) and is easier to clean. All around the "smokeless" indoor grill is a waste of money and effort.
I bought it because I like to grill. Setting up the outside grill is often not advantageous. This is simple and easy to use in the kitchen. The results are good. Although I miss the charcoal smell and taste, it does the job advantageously.
The Smart Smokeless Indoor Grill looks and feels very flimsy. It works ok, but does smoke a little and I was afraid the smoke detector would go off. The grill does not seat easily into the pan and it is a little difficult to insert the control handle. Had I seen the product in person before purchasing it, I would not have bought it. For the quality of the product, $49.99 was too expensive.
This grill arrived with a small problem. The drip pan has a crack in it. It's supposed to hold water to keep the smoke down. I put some tape over it and it worked until we get a replacement.
I cooked grilled chicken breasts with Jamaican Jerk spice. There was a fair amount of smoke from the spices. I suspect that had I not had the spices, there would not be much smoke.
I used this last night for the first time. I grilled one inch thick center cut pork chops. I was so disappointed with the inferior quality, thin, light weight, tinny. As for the pork chops. I followed the temp. setting for pork chops (bone in, the only one)and they were getting charred on the outside and still pink on the inside.
The ONLY reason that I bought this was the advertised claim that it is "smokeless and would NOT set off smoke detectors". I ordered it immediately and went out and bought some steaks as soon as it arrived. Followed directions exactly. Put on my steak and then the smoke detector went off after a few minutes. Horrified I took off my steak, threw it away, let unit cool down, washed it, and now sadly I have to return it. I live in an apartment and my smoke detector is hard-wired. It might work perfectly for someone in a house whose smoke alarm is far away from kitchen on the second floor, but not for urban apartment-dwellers. I've only lived here for two months and was really looking forward to grilling here but now have to find another solution.