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If you want that cookout flavor without the hassle of getting the grill going outside, you're in for a treat. We found something that'll sear steaks, sausages, burgers, fruits and veggies right in your kitchen. Rainy day BBQ, anyone?
The magic of the Hamilton Beach Electric Indoor Searing Grill — just $64 right now, down from $80 — lies in just how easy it is to use. Instead of fiddling with propane, charcoal or wood pellets, you just turn the dial to the temperature you want — it heats all the way up to 450 degrees! The high heat is perfect for sealing in those flavorful juices, plus it's distributed evenly across the 118-inch surface area (that's enough space for six burgers).
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It's not just for meat, either: Use to grill pineapple, peppers, kabobs, pizza and more. Something tells us you'll be reaching for this jack-of-all-trades more than any other cookware in your kitchen. It's less messy than your outdoor grill, too: An extra-large drip tray catches any juices before they have a chance to muck up your counter. The plate, hood and tray are also safe to throw in the dishwasher.
It has plenty of fans, too — nearly 6,000 Amazon shoppers gave it a thumbs up! Reviewers are particularly enamored with how little smoke the grill produces. One shopper even said it remained virtually smokeless after cooking fish:
"We got it yesterday," she shared. "My husband couldn't wait to use it...it was super easy to assemble and disassemble. We grilled salmon on it tonight. It came out great. Perfect grill marks. Tender. Oh, and definitely smokeless. Not one iota of smoke. When we cook on the stovetop, it smokes. This didn't. It heated up in no time at all. And took 10 minutes to cook, which was great after a long day!"
Another chimed in: "It changed my life — grilling inside is amazing and the taste is almost indifferent to an actual grill. No smoke whatsoever. My fire alarm is pretty sensitive and if I cook a steak on a pan, it immediately goes off. With this grill, I never had the issue."
Others even prefer it to other pricier models: "Having had a George Foreman, a vintage Farberware, and even a Char-Broil, I like this one the best," a shopper noted. "It’s sturdy and very nonstick. It’s easy to take apart and reassemble. Even cleanup is easy — you don’t need a dishwasher, it’s simple to wash by hand."
One thrilled apartment dweller said: "This thing was a lifesaver for us. We aren't allowed to have outdoor grills at our apartment and any meat you cook on the stove just isn't the same as the grill taste. We found this and it is amazing. ... Would buy again 100 times over."
At 20% off, now's your chance to snap up this wonder on the cheap. With Memorial Day weekend marking the official start of summer, fire up the girl without searing yourself in the hot sun.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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