The correct way to add carbon during the use of the grill
Barbecuing is becoming more and more popular nowadays, and it has become a delicacy that everyone can often see. Charcoal barbecue grills need to be provided with carbon as energy. When we use barbecue grills, we need to add coal for ignition, and also when we add coal. There are many things that need to be paid attention to. You may not be very familiar with it. So what should you pay attention to when adding coal to the barbecue. Let’s talk about how to add carbon correctly during the use of the grill.
1. The grill can be opened when the grill is just started. When the fan is turned on, the fan can play the role of smoking and blowing charcoal. When the meat is almost grilled, the temperature of the grill is already high, so it should be turned off at this time. The air door and fan are not turned off. At this time, the stove only smokes but does not blow fire.
2. Don't brush oil on the baking pan, otherwise it will produce a lot of oily smoke.
3. Don't put too much charcoal in the charcoal basin. The charcoal must be red before serving.
Generally, when coal is added to the barbecue, it should be treated and used regularly, and attention should be paid to selecting qualified coal during the later use. This can also reduce smoke generation here. Correctly adding carbon can not only make the use of barbecue grills more smoothly, but also for the safety of you and me, to prevent fires from the root causes and avoid dangerous items.