4 steps for maximum enjoyment while grilling with charcoal!

Grilling enthusiasts often make small mistakes that can deprive them of maximum taste.
The SIDERIS company gives 4 small tips that will make a big difference the next time you cook.

First, always make sure your grills are clean before you start cooking.

Two minutes of easy and inexpensive preparation can make a big difference in your food.
Use a hard wire brush to remove any rust or food debris from your grill and get ready for step 2!

Step 2 is vital: clean the "mountain" of ash that accumulates under your grill each time you cook.

It can block the air vents of your grill and then you will not be able to easily control the fire temperature. So be sure to throw away the ashes before lighting the coals.

Step 3: Preheat your grill!

We always take for granted what is perhaps the most basic step for barbequing: preheating the grill.

A preheated grill will help your meat and vegetables not get “stuck” on it, and it saves you extra cleaning time.


Once your coals are lit, put your grill over them and let it heat up for a few minutes. Take a napkin and, using tweezers, dip it in cooking oil of your choice.

Then use the tweezers to grease your grill. Now you are ready to add food and enjoy the process!