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Using
the
Grill
Grilling
requires
high
heat
for
searing
and
proper
browning.
Most
foods
are cooked
at
the
"HI"
heat setting
for
the
entire
cooking
time
(with the lid open).
However,
when
grilling
large
pieces of meat or poultry,
it may
be necessary to turn
the heat to
a lower
setting
after
the
initial
browning.
This
cooks
the
food
through
without
burning
the
outside.
Foods cooked for a long
time or foods
basted with
a sug-
ary marinade
may need
a lower
heat setting
near the end of the
cooking
time.
HOW
TO
SEAR
Searing locks in flavor and juices
while
allowing
the outer surface
to absorb
smoke
and food
aro-
ma
that
is produced
as grease
and drippings
are vaporized
by
the burner.
The result
is a crisp,
flavorful
outside
with
a tender,
juicy
inside.
While
the
brass
burners
in your
grill
are capable
of
producing
searing
heat,
the
ProSear infrared
burner
is specif-
ically designed
for this purpose.
1) Properly
pre-heat
the grill
by
following
the
lighting
instruc-
tions on pages 14-15.
2) Leaving the burners set to "HI",
place food
on grill
grids
for
2-3
minutes
per side, or until
food is
easily turned
without
sticking.
3) Adjust
the burners
to a lower
setting and continue
cooking
un-
til
desired
doneness
is reached,
turning
the food as needed.
INDIRECT
COOKING
Indirect
cooking
is achieved
by
placing the food only on one side
of the grill. Leave the burner
be-
low the food
"OFF" and an adja-
cent grill burner on "HI". Keep the
hood
closed as much as possible
and
regulate
the
heat with
the
burner
control,
monitoring
inter-
nal temperature
with
the
hood
thermometer
(if equipped).
1)
Properly
pre-heat
the grill
by
following
the
lighting
instruc-
tions on pages 14-15.
2) Once grill has been preheated,
turn off any burners
not required
for
cooking.
The
lid
should
be
closed as much as possible while
using the indirect
method.
3) Place the food on the grill and
cook
to
the
desired
doneness.
Adjust
heat setting
as required
to maintain
desired temperature.
WARNING
Never
place
food
over
a
ProSear
burner
that
is
not
lit
and
pre-heat-
ed.
Food
particles
and
grease
dripping
onto
a
cold
ProSear
burner
can
clog
ports
and
damage
the
ceramic
burner.
This
damage
is
not
covered
by your
warranty.
PRE-GRILLING
CHECKLIST
Before lighting
the grill, perform
the following
checks to ensure safe operation:
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Specified
clearances
maintained
to combustibles?
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All
internal
packaging
removed?
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Knobsturn
freely?
[]
Pressure
regulator
connected
to proper
gas type?
[]
Unit
is leak tested
and free
of leaks?
[]
User informed
of gas
supply
shut
off valve
location?
[]
Burners
are sitting
properly
on orifices?
[]
Wind
is not
blowing
too
strongly
and/or
hitting
back
of grill?
Once these checks are complete,
you are ready to begin
using your grill.
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