Ceramic Bowl Table Charcoal BBQ 30cm
Ceramic bowl with Stainless Steel charcoal fire bowl - Table top Grill
Simply fill the stainless steel bowl with natural lump charcoal and use your gas stove or BBQ gas burners to light the charcoal.
Step 1 - use natural lump wood charcoal (no additives or man made material blended in due to artificial odours when lighting) and fill the provided charcoal stainless steel bowl less than half way. Some heavier charcoal wood may take longer to light - check with you charcoal supplier on type of charcoal to use.
Step 2 - turn on your kitchen ventilation fan if lighting indoors. Place above your stove burner as you would when using a pot or pan. Make sure the burner flames are directly under and in contact with the base of the charcoal bowl which needs to be heated. Same method if using a Gas BBQ. Make sure the bowl is stable and that you have heat proof gloves on when moving.
Step 3 - wait 3 to 5 minutes for some of the charcoal to glow with heat. Turn off the gas and let the charcoal burn until two thirds has started to glow. Note fanning or blowing just spreads ash and dust so avoid trying to speed up the charcoal ignition process.We also do not recommend leaving the gas burners on once charcoal has been lit or during cooking.
Step 4 - Fill the ceramic bowl a third up with cold water. This will protect the bowl from heating up as well as catching embers or fats. Have the ceramic bowl next to you when moving the stainless steel bowl off the burner and placing it on the ceramic bowl using the included frame holder.
Step 5 - Use the included grill and cook your food over charcoal. Again if indoors you MUST have ventilation.If water evaporates out, add more water - water will keep the bowl temp low and protect the table from scortch marks but best practice is to place a heat resistant mat under the bowl as a precaution. Never add cold water to a very hot ceramic bowl if you have forgotten to add water as it may cause tempurature shock and crack the ceramic causing the BBQ to fail.
Step 6 - Once done you can place the BBQ under a running tap to cool down or pour water using a jug to extingish the charcoal. Charcoal can be dried off and reused later. Always take precautions when handling hot metal and never place the hot BBQ in direct contact with benches or kitchen sink as it will discolour or burn the surface.
Ceramic Bowl has top open dimesion of 35cm diametre and 17.5cm tall
Charcoal Fire Bowl is in stainless steel - Grill area is 30cm dia
Frame/Bowl Stand is 38cm x38cm
ALWAYS - place directly under your kitchen range hood to draw up any smoke and fumes when grilling indoors. If not used in properly ventilated area, you could be at risk of carbon-monoxided gas poising.
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