GrillGrates are a raised rail cooking surface that you set on top of your existing grilling grate. The rails get super hot for excellent grill marks and the raised rails created additional heat through convention.
Simply lay GrillGrates on top of any existing grill, gas, charcoal or electric. GrillGrates are modular plates that interlock to cover all or part of your grill. GrillGrates cooking surface sears in juices while controlling flare-ups and removing unwanted fat. GrillGrates make it easy to cook lean meat, fish, grilled pizzas, vegetables, and pasta on your grill without worry of burning, drying out or charring. There is even a specially created GrateTool to lift, turn and serve whose tongs fit in between the rails.
I’ve tried it with steaks and it work really well. I wonder why manufacturers don’t make the regular grilling surface like this?
- New & Improved Grilling Surface
- ELIMINATES FLARE-UPS: Stop shuffling your food around to avoid charring. GrillGrates patented design eliminates flare ups so common to all gas grills. The raised rails amplify heat while aluminum conducts heat efficiently to eliminate those pesky hot and cold spots.
- NEVER RUSTS: Made from highly conductive hard anodized aluminum.
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