What are grill grates used for?

Traditional grill surfaces hold food over the heat letting flames through and drippings fall away. GrillGrates concentrate and even out the heat of any grill. They are additive to the cooking process via patented raised rails that are heat injectors and contribute to precision searing.

What is the use of cooking grates?

It gives good grill marks and helps food cook faster. Cast iron may cost more, but it will last for decades if it’s taken care of. Many people find that the investment is well worth it. The drawback to a bare cast iron cooking grate is that it needs to be maintained.

Can you sear on gas grill?

Gas grills are generally the best option for searing because they maintain high levels of heat with little effort. You can harness enough of that heat by preheating your grill on high for about 15 minutes, and it doesn’t hurt to season your grates with oil that has a high smoke point (we like grapeseed and palm oil).

How much hotter do grill grates get?

Most grills typically run 100-150° degrees hotter at the cooking surface than the air in the hood. GrillGrates will be hotter still. Kamado grills run 200-300° hotter at the surface, gas grills 100-200° hotter and pellet grills you can expect to see about 100° hotter.

How hot should the grill grates be for steak?

Brush your cooking grates clean and adjust your grill for direct, high heat. The best temperature for steaks is 450°F to 500°F. 4.

How do you raise the grill grates?

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