What are Primo grills? The Primo grill is a ceramic kamado grill which creates top-notch flavored food. Those who use the Primo grill say it makes foods extremely tender and delicious.
Primo Grills Cook More than Just Meat
Perhaps the best feature of a Primo ceramic kamado grill is that is can to cook foods like seafood and vegetables together with meats. You can cook your entire meal at the same time. Plus, you'll receive a delicious meal that is flavorful, tender and juicy. The shape and ceramic construction of the Primo grill is what makes it so spectacular. The oval shape of the charcoal grill allows for ultimate heat circulation. The ceramic walls of the grill supply heat retention and insulation.
Primo Grills Can Be Used as Smoker Grills
The Primo kamado grill can be used as a smoker. When using the Primo smoker it is best at low temperatures that are kept constant for a long period of time. The ability to maintain even temperatures allows the Primo grill to produce smoked foods with plenty of scrumptious flavor.
Maintains Constant Temperatures
Another great feature of the Primo grill is that one lets you control how much airflow reaches the fuel in the grill's firebox. The more airflow that reaches the fuel, the higher the temperature will be. The ceramic material is what gives the grill the ability to keep a constant temperature. The circular walls of the Primo grill works much like a kiln. The circular walls allow the heat to radiate evenly so that the food gets cooked through evenly. A great safety feature of the Primo grill is that the outside of the grill stays cool to the touch while your food is cooking. This is especially good when children are around.
Natural Wood Fuel
Natural grill wood chips such as those made from hickory, oak, cherry, maple, and mesquite hard woods should be used in the Primo grill. Each type of wood imparts its own delicious flavor to cooked foods. Not only do natural wood charcoals burn evenly, but they help maintain the best cooking temperature for ceramic grill cooking. Another feature of natural wood is that it burns cleanly with practically no ash. This ensures your Primo grill will need less cleaning than other grills. It is recommended to never use regular pressed and treated charcoal briquettes in a Primo grill. Lighter fluid is also unnecessary for starting your Primo grill.
After tasting food cooked over Primo ceramic grills, you'll never go back to regular outdoor grills. The robust flavor and tenderness achieved with the Primo is supreme to any other grill.