Make the most of any last days of sunshine with this Outback Excel 300 gas barbecue, currently on offer for £114.96 at Toolbox.
The Outback Excel 300 gas barbecue uses lava rocks instead of vapouriser bars, apparently creating a better char-grilled taste. But does this really mean tastier barbecued food? And how easy and safe it is to use?
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A gas barbecue is effectively a combined gas hob and grill that you can use outside on your patio. Burners, fed by gas, provide a source of instant heat and food is cooked over this heat on the metal grill.
There are three main types of gas barbecue:
- standard gas barbecues – grill-only models, great for grilling meat, kebabs, fish and vegetables
- gas barbecues with hoods – you can roast and bake food inside the barbecue, in addition to grilling on it
- gas barbecues with a grill and griddle – a griddle is a handy feature if you like to barbecue lots of different types of food
Not sure whether to go for gas or charcoal? Our expert guide will show you how to buy the best barbecue.
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To buy the Outback Excel 300 gas barbecue, visit the Toolbox website.