Would you like to grill in the comfort of your home? Of course, you do. We all like and want precisely that. In order to get the most delicious foods every single time, you need an electric grill. They can be used indoor or outdoor and they are suitable for singles, families and so on. Here, we will talk about the top 5 models of this kind and share the specifics of each one.

Top 5 Indoor Grills

Hamilton Beach Electric Indoor

Hamilton Beach Electric Indoor is one of the best electric grills available at the moment and the one we liked the most. This grill is powerful, comes with the ability to sear at 450 degrees Fahrenheit and also offers 118 square inches of grilling surface. The grill is super-easy to clean and has a massive drip tray you can empty and clean within seconds. It has 1200 Watts of power and includes a 1 year warranty.

Using the grill is easy as well. It has preheating and power LEDs which will alert you when the time is right to start grilling. The grill can be used for meat, vegetables, fish and so much more. Many users use this model for preparing their Keto and Paleo diet meals.

Pros:

  • Affordable
  • Easy to use
  • Powerful
  • Large drip tray

Cons:

  • Poor user manual
  • Long preheating time

T-fal GC722D53 1800W OptiGrill XL Stainless Steel Large Indoor Electric

The grill we have here is a beast. It has 1800 Watts of power which is much more than the average electric grill has to offer. The unit is made from stainless steel and suitable for regular, everyday use.

The main advantage is the presence of mods. There are 9 of them and a user can choose the one needed for the type of food he or she is looking to grill. For instance, you can choose a burger when grilling burgers or you etc. The grill is suitable for 8 servings and also comes in 4-serving version.

Pros:

  • Stainless steel construction
  • 9 modes
  • Large design
  • Ergonomic control panel

Cons:

  • Expensive
  • Heavy

George Foreman 4-Serving Removable Plate Grill

George Foreman 4-Serving Removable Plate Grill is a grill and a Panini press in one. The model has 60 square inches of grilling space which can prepare for 4 servings. We tested a black model, but a platinum one is also available.

Additional facts and features include superior George Tough Nonstick Coating and the 35% faster heating up process. It is possible thanks to the implementation of all- new heating elements. This grill offers fat removing slope as well.

Pros:

  • Value for money
  • George Tough Nonstick Coating
  • Fat removing slope
  • A grill and a Panini press

Cons:

  • Small for some users
  • Platinum version is more expensive

Maxi-Matic EMG-980B Indoor Electric Nonstick Grill

Maxi-Matic EMG-980B Indoor Electric Nonstick Grill is the smallest model here and completely optimized for the use in apartments and homes. It has 1400 Watts of power and has 14 square inches of grilling space.

The grill is reasonably affordable and designed for singles or small families living in an apartment. It uses non-stick coating which is mandatory these days.

Pros:

  • Small and compact
  • Easy to use
  • Simple design
  • Power

Cons:

  • Coating isn’t the best
  • Poor customer support

Charles Oakley Hot Shot Smokeless Grill

The last model on our list is a premium indoor grill. It has 1200 Watts of power and it obviously can be used for all types of foods. The grill looks nice and it is one of the most appealing models you can have.

Users get dual cooking surfaces, compact design, even heat distribution and also a portable grill that can be transported easily.

Pros:

  • Portable
  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent user manual
  • Dual cooking surface

Cons:

  • Small for some users
  • Expensive

Conclusion

Hamilton Beach Electric Indoor grill gets 4.9 out of 5 star rating. We loved the construction, value for money and also the ability to prepare any meal instantly. This model is also great for Keto and Paleo diet meals.

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