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A portable grill is a good and easy usable accessory for your outdoor cooking with friends and family. It is portable, and the amount of space needed for storage is also very less. It can give you a good cooking experience while enjoying your family time.  Portable grills come with a portable line and in gas, charcoal, and also in an electric model. Most of the portable grills that are available make uses of propane fuel which is cheaper than the others and are easy to cook. And also grills are available in large sizes but some of them are not portable, and you can use it only from your homes or any other specified area, and it would not fit into your car.

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A portable barbecue is best for an outdoor picnic to cook at park or beach with all the same delicious taste that you can get from home. It gives you a unique experience of cooking with family and friends and giving a memorable experience. Most of the portable barbecue is small and easy to carry with you when you travel to places. Some of the models are so small that you can carry it without any truck.

Different Types of Portable Grills

Portable Charcoal Grill: A portable charcoal grill is a great option for those people who prefer natural cooking with smoky meat or grill flavored taste of cooking. A charcoal grill is the simple form of the grill which needs hand lighting. All you need for a charcoal cooking is charcoal briquettes as fuel and fire to cook. It is time-consuming and a bit expensive than a gas grill.

Portable Gas Grill: A gas grill is the most popular backyard grill for many people. In this natural gas or propane tank are used as fuel. A best portable gas grill is less expensive than charcoal gas, and it helps in instant heating and can grill the meal without spending too much time. Also, it is easy to control the flame. Propane comes in the cylinder and hence it is easy to carry.  When it comes to the cleaning part of the grill, it can get cleaned easily after preparation than charcoal.  When cooking with a gas grill, make sure that you have enough gas to finish the cooking while on a long trip, because finding gas is harder than that of charcoal.

Portable Electric Grill: A portable electric grills work using the electric plates which provide intense heat for your grilling needs. It does not make use of fire, and so you need to have electricity or generator to cook the meal. Due to this, a portable electric grill is not the best option for the places where you have difficulty in accessing electricity. Using electric grill is the best option for people who are living in the apartment and for those people who have no space to use a traditional grill.

Portable Ceramic Grill: A portable ceramic grill is small and easy to carry with you. The common feature of a ceramic grill is that both charcoal or propane can get used as fuel. If you want to cook for many people, it takes time to finish because of the small size.

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