Pick the one that's right for you
If you're looking for a healthy alternative to pan-frying, check into an electric grill. An indoor, outdoor, portable, or tabletop model saves food-preparation time. Today, with many brands and models to choose from, there's an outdoor or indoor variety just right for you.
George Foreman grills throw a knockout punch
Even if you don't have an indoor outdoor electric grill, you've probably heard of the George Foreman brand. These popular George Foreman models were introduced in 1994 by the former heavyweight boxing champion. His Lean Mean Fat-Reducing Grilling Machine has been purchased by more than 80 million consumers.
The main feature of the George Foreman is its 200 square-inch surface and 600 watts of cooking power. It has adjustable temperature controls and a removable food thermometer. The George Foreman can be fully immersed for cleaning.
Electric grills work well outdoors
If you're looking for an environment-friendly style for outdoor use, check out the Meco Ultimate Electric Cart Grill. With 200 square inches of cooking space, the Meco has three element positions and a 1,670-watt UL-listed heating element. The unit includes a 120-volt UL-listed rotisserie.
Tabletop styles allow you to whip up small meals in a hurry. The durable Legacy Cook Number Electric Grill comes fully assembled and can be used indoors or outdoors. This unit features the Cook Number System for consistently cooked meals every time.
Want to cook like a professional? Try the Electri-Chef Island Marine 32 inch Built-In Electric Grill - Dual Burner. Fully assembled, this Electri-Chef electric grill has a 448 square-inch cooking surface, dual cooking controls, timers, and a warming rack. Removable grease trays make cleaning a snap.
For a combination smoker and electric grill, check out the Brinkmann Smoke 'N Electric Smoker & Grill. This affordable Brinkmann electric smoker can handle 50 pounds of food and uses a 1,500-watt electric heating element and lava rocks to produce excellent results.