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Livart LV-982 Electric Barbecue Grill, Orange
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- Great for Yakitori-style cooking
- Simple to use
- Adjustable grill height
- Detachable Stainless Steel Grill
- Bottom tray catches fat, Output: 1450W
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|Item Dimensions||8.3 x 15.4 x 5.1 in||15 x 24.5 x 13.75 in||21.4 x 17.7 x 17.3 in||27 x 20.5 x 23.5 in||20.5 x 22.2 x 13 in||12 x 21 x 9.2 in|
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|Material Type||Steel||metal and plastic components||Steel||Aluminum||Metal||stainless-steel|
Liver Orange BBQ - Electric Barbecue Grill is great for Yakitori-style cooking. Simple to use, adjustable grill height, detachable stainless steel Grilling surface and bottom tray catches fat or used for baking as well.
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I've so far grilled pork, chicken, shrimp, veggies and even a big bone in rib eye last night (see pics).Everything turned out perfectly, and no sticking even without oiling the grill. Yes you won't get the smoke flavor (unless you add liquid smoke), but you do get that beautiful charred look and crispy bits. The heat coils are pretty close to the grill surface, so I've been covering my thicker meats with a pot lid to make sure it cooks through before burning. Seems to have worked, although since the rib eye was extra thick and bone in, it ended up more rare than medium.
I had issues with smoke the first time making korean spicy pork, but that was maybe since the meat is extra fatty and sliced very thin. No issues with anything else so far, just make sure that the water is filled almost to the top and doesn't evaporate as you're cooking. That was a rookie mistake and I learned from the first smoky experience.
The grill itself takes a little soaking and effort to clean, but it would probably be easier with a metal brush like for your big grill. However the orange part is extremely easy to clean. I just put a little dish soap on a wet paper towel and wipe down the inside, then go over again with a plain wet paper towel to get the soap off. Takes maybe 5 min.
Because of it's small size, I wouldn't really recommend it to a family. But anyone on their own or just 2 people should definitely have this for their kitchen. I've loved it for years, but I'm likely getting rid of my Foreman now that I have this instead.
Ok, if/when you get it....clean the grease pan & grill, then fill pan w water & put grill in place & turn it on.....then back off.... as it will soon begin to smoke & you don't want to breath it in.....let it burn until it stops smoking, turn off & wait for it to cool.....then wash grill & pan again. This process will thoroughly remove all residual dirt & oil so it will be clean & ready to use.
At first I had doubts as to whether or not the Orange could really "grill" a proper steak.... but I tried it for the 1st time today & let me tell you....MAN that was a great steak! [thin cut NY Strip]
Now, I have been using a Foreman grill for the past 5 years & while the Foreman grill is not bad.....the Orange is MUCH better! Wish I would have found this sooner..... but better late than never:)
I am going to be grilling out ALOT this summer!
There just is not a better way to grill... it is fast efficient effective & economical!
Though certainly not perfect for everyone or every situation due to it's small size.... it seems perfect for me being single with a small place.
Just try it & you will understand why most everyone that has one loves it.....it just plain WORKS!
Add note : I have found that getting perfect timing down is key to cooking with the Orange... [and with everything else I suppose] AND setting the grill at the proper height....these two variables are key factors in the Orange cooking equation....basically it works out to this....place the rack on the lowest setting for the quickest cooking time & best "burn factor" yet be careful not to cook for more than 5 - 7 mins. at the most, 5 for real thin 7 for medium thin. if you cook it too long on one side as there is a pivotal point where it stops burning & starts drying it out. Then the second side you want to cook for a few minutes less....3-5 to avoid drying out the steak. If you like yours medium rare take a min or two off the recommended time & you should be good.
I have not tried cooking a thick steak on the Orange yet....so I cannot advise accordingly in that regard....as soon as I do though I will post an update.
OK - sorry it took so long to update...but yeah it does a great job on thick steaks too...in fact, I had a T bone last night that was fantastic. It takes a few minutes longer of course....but they come out perfect.
The heat is not the strongest but just good enough to get the meat cooked and without causing noticeable smoke. I use this both indoor (in winter) and outdoors.
Got sooo many enjoyable meals out of this little mighty grill!!
*/Update 7-12-2017/* For those lower start reviewers....Mind this is a KOREAN BBQ grill, made for grilling smaller slices of meat and vegetables (instead of a thick 1lbs of thick steak, although I've done Ribeye on this many times with no problem and steak is still tasty). Again, it's not your typical American George Foreman grill. If you don't know what's a Korean BBQ then you need to take yourself to one and then recalibrate your expectations.