Hosting a barbeque is a great way to connect with friends and family. Food even seems to taste better when you are enjoying the warm weather on a bright, sunny day.
However…you need the proper tools to help you and nothing is more important than a good BBQ!
In today’s post, we will dish the dirt on the Fire Plus Cosmo Grill 6 Gas BBQ in this critical review.
So what are your options…?
You have two options: charcoal or gas.
If you’ve ever used a charcoal BBQ grill, you know what it means. Dumping charcoals into the grill and having that pesky coal dust flying around everywhere…
Trying to get it lit, waiting for it to heat up and when your party ends you are left with a pile of ashes you need to clean up while your clothes have that typical smoke stink.
What’s the preferred option…?
That is why gas grills are now the preferred option for both amateur and professional chefs. And why hundreds of customers are turning to the Fire Plus Cosmo Grill 6 Burner BBQ.
Here are some of the key benefits of the FirePlus 6 barbeque:
- Sturdy aluminium-lined hood
- Black coating prevents smudges
Easy to Use
- Seven adjustable burners that ignite separately
- A handle and two wheels for hassle-free transport
- Complies with the EN 498: 2012 European standards
- Made by FirePlus, an expert in gas grills
- Large cooking grill surface
- Can use butane, propane, or LPG mixture
As easy as pushing a button
The CosmoGrill has six main stainless steel gas burners and you can adjust the amount of heat each burner releases.
No matches are needed since the knobs use piezo ignition, and each one has a button so you can ignite the burners individually.
Flavouring bars are important
These are tent-like pieces of metal that sit under the grate over each burner and they’re very important.
They work as a shield, so drippings don’t clog up the burners; as a place for those drippings to hit and vaporise into flavourful smoke that gives your food that unique grill flavour; and as a way to spread the heat of the burners across the surface of the grill.
Layered BBQ hood
First of all, when you turn on your grill, the hood will make it reach cooking temperatures much faster. It also allows you to not only grill cook, but also bake or roast it.
Let’s say you have a chunky steak that’s too thick to grill. Just close the hood and the trapped air will heat up and act like an oven.
The hood even has a thermometer to let you know how things are going without having to open it.
Fully Removable Grease Tray
Here’s a useful tip: line your tray with some aluminium foil and put some sand on top. This will absorb the fat, and when you are finished grilling you just need to throw away the liner.
An easy-to-clean tray is now even easier to clean!
Matthew is really enjoying his CosmoGrill, here’s what he had to say about it:
“Amazing value for money; we bbq every night, weather permitting, so we really use our bbq. Easy to assemble and cooks brilliantly!” – Matthew, Amazon reviewer
Keeping foods warm
As soon as your food is fully cooked you put it on the rack to keep it hot without being cooked anymore.
Once the rest of the slower-cooking food is ready, you can serve everything at once.
Need to move it? No problem
It has two castor wheels so moving it is a breeze. Considering that this grill isn’t really a compact unit and that it weighs almost 40kg, being able to move it around so easily is a welcomed feature.
- Sturdy hood with built-in thermometer
- Grill, roast, or bake. You decide!
- Side burner for warming up sauces
- Full-length side table to keep your utensils on hand
- Warming rack won’t overcook your grub
- You will need to buy a gas hose and regulator depending on the gas you use
On the left…
It’s also a great place to put your ketchup, mustard and relish and have them ready for when you finish cooking those hot-dogs.
And on the right…
It is a very convenient feature for warming up sauces or frying some onions.
CosmoGrill 6+1 Gas Burn Grill BBQ Barbecue w/ Side Burner & Storage
If you want the convenience of a gas grill big enough to cook for all your family and friends, the CosmoGrill should be your pick.
Advantages: Easy to control the heat, easy to clean, great built-in storage space
Disadvantages: Doesn’t include a gas hose
Approx. price range: £215-18