Power Smokeless Grill Review & Giveaway
This is a Power Smokeless Grill review & giveaway – after 2 months of testing. Includes both PROs and CONs of the Power Smokeless Grill. – Jaden
Power Smokeless Grill Review
One of the problems of outdoor grilling is that the weather doesn’t always cooperate. Indoor grilling poses even bigger problems, with the smell of smoke lingering for days (which is why I rarely fry fish inside the house).
The Power Smokeless Grill, one of those “As Seen On TV” products solves this problem with a grill that includes a fan to pull the smoke down, and inside the unit.
- Extra Large Grill Surface – Cooking Area 13.5″ X 8″
- Non-Stick Interchangeable Grill & Griddle Plates
- LED Smart Temperature Control – Adjustable up to 450° F
- Heavy Duty Die-Cast Aluminum
- Removable Parts- For Easy Cleaning
- 1200 Watts
Power Smokeless Grill
There are quite a few parts to wash and clean. Fortunately, the lid, grill plate, drip tray and water tray are all dishwasher safe.
Our first test was with bacon – to test how evenly the Power Smokeless Grill cooks, and to test whether or not my home would reek of bacon after cooking.
PRO: Bacon cooked evenly. Note – a flat griddle plate also comes with the unit. I should have used that for bacon – but at least you can see the grill marks to demonstrate how hot the unit can get.
Extra crispy bacon – just how we like it.
PRO: The house wasn’t entire bacon smell-free – but it wasn’t nearly as bad as on my stovetop with the exhaust fan on. We saw wisps of smoke, but I felt comfortable not turning on my exhaust fan to supplement the Power Smokeless Grill internal fan.
We cooked marinated flat-iron steaks in the Power Smokeless Grill.
PRO: Nice grill marks, the steak grilled perfectly. I grilled the steaks without the lid for 3 minutes each side, then covered with lid until the steaks were medium-rare.
CON: Because the steaks were marinated, the sugar in the marinade did burn (which caused quite a bit of smoke) and I needed to place the grill near my exhaust fan.
CON: The most difficult element to clean is the heating element. The element is exposed, so you really do have to clean it well (a dirty heating element will affect performance and also will cause burning and smoke).
PRO: The rest of the unit was really easy too clean, just a damp cloth to wipe down.
CONCLUSION: We love cooking at the dinner table – some of our favorites are fondue, Korean BBQ, shabu-shabu, Chinese hot pot, Vietnamese spring rolls. The problem with cooking at the table is all the smoke!! With the Power Smokeless Grill, we are able to grill thinly sliced pork for spring rolls, bulgogi for lettuce wraps and grilled vegetables for Raclette. The unit allowed us to cook at the table and not worry about too much smoke to set off the smoke alarms.