How to Make a Gas BBQ Hotter How to Make a Gas BBQ Hotter

If you need to make your gas BBQ hotter without causing any damage to your food, home, yard or yourself, you should use extreme caution and follow some specific guidelines. It is also important to know how quickly your food will cook when making the grill hotter so that you will not over-cook or burn your food.

There are several things you can do to make sure your grill burn hotter and more efficient, and by properly following those steps and maintaining your barbecue grill, you will be able to get the results you need.

Tip #1: Use Grill Bricks

By piling some grill bricks around your gas tube in your grill, you can make your barbecue hotter. This is because the bricks will conduct the heat from the gas and will add heat to the cooking process, allowing you to grill your food faster or keeping you warmer. Do not pile the bricks high as that will not make cooking any easier, rather use only a single layer to make sure you cook your food evenly.

Tip #2: Maintain Your Grill

It is very important to maintain your gas grill. Cleaning it after each use will not only prevent fires from starting from dried up grease or food left over, it will also keep the way clear for the gas heat. It is easy to scrub off burnt oil and food while the grill is still warm. It is important that you are careful so that you do not burn yourself.

Also make sure that you have enough gas for grilling. If you are running low on gas, you may not be getting the amount of heat you need to keep the grill hot.

Tip #3: Turn Up the Heat

If your grill is clean, you can turn up the heat either by applying more gas to the flame or by using knobs and switches on your grill. Read the user's manual for your grill to find the right temperature you should use for each kind and cut of meat. Vegetables should be cooked at lower temperatures, so make sure you turn down the heat before applying those. You may need to practice a little with extra food until you know the right temperatures.

Tip #4: Allow the Grill to Heat Up Before Cooking

Make sure that you allow the grill to fully heat up before you cook your food. Not only will this allow your grill to become hotter, but you will be able to make sure that your food is cooked evenly and correctly. It will usually take 15 to 20 minutes for a grill to get hot, with which you can work on preparing your food.

Tip #5: Wrap Food in Tin Foil

You can use tin foil to help your food get hotter. As the gas heat rises, it will conduct through the foil and get your food hotter faster. It is important to only use foil that is meant for food and that will not melt, or you could ruin your dinner.

There are a few ways to make your outdoor cooking easier and faster but it is good to take it one step at a time so that you do not ruin your meal.

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