Philips' smokeless grill is mostly haze-free
When I first heard of the Philips Avance Collection Indoor Grill last year, I was impressed with the idea that I'd be able to do my meat grilling indoors without clogging up the apartment with smoke.
While the grill works mostly as advertised during the time I spent with it, you'll still have to deal with the fragrance of cooked meat filling up your home.
How it works is pretty simple, instead of charcoal, you plug the grill into a power outlet and the infrared heaters, which are angled to bounce the beams towards the meat at the top, do the magic. There are two heat settings, a keep warm function, and one that pumps up the temps to 230 degrees Celsius (446 degrees Fahrenheit). Turn it on, and you can get to cooking straightaway. There are no smart apps or controls you need to worry about.
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