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Grilling season is almost here, but until then, those dreaded April showers have to pass through. Just because it's raining doesn't mean you can't bring the fun indoors, though. While folks usually head to the backyard to get their grilling on, the still slightly brisk weather and rain showers have forced the festivities to move inside.
For those looking to enjoy the taste of grilled food without battling the elements, indoor grills are the perfect solution.
To satisfy this dire craving, Chefman has created the perfect appliance that safely achieves similar results to an outdoor grill from the comfort of your kitchen — and it's only $50.
The Chefman Electric Smokeless Indoor Grill with Non-Stick Cooking Surface comes complete with an adjustable dial that changes the cooking preference from warm to sear.
In addition to its proven "smokeless" functionality, the Chefman Smokeless Indoor Grill lets grillers cook multiple foods at once thanks to its extra-large, 150-square-inch cooking surface. This also allows for less cleanup and quicker cooking time.
The product's heat zone-separated grill makes utilizing this feature a breeze. The chart below gives shoppers an outline to pinpoint an ideal section and temperature for cooking certain proteins and vegetables to achieve perfect doneness.
Compared to the widely popular Ninja 4 Qt Indoor Grill Air Fryer, the Chefman Smokeless Indoor Grill holds its thanks to its heat zone separations, slim form factor, smokeless functionality and $180 price difference.
"I've cooked steak, boneless and boned chicken, shrimp, asparagus, onions, and some other veggies," the reviewer wrote. "I feel like I'm eating healthier meats (cause I normally fry everything lol), without sacrificing flavor too much."
The same shopper also praised the product's temperature zones feature, adding, "It's really cool how one end is really hot, the middle a little less, and the end [even] less. Perfect for different meats and vegetables."
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