Dongguan Jiangxin Metal Products Co., Ltd
The Kamado has a rich history, it can be traced back to ancient China in the Qin Dynasty. It was further influenced by the Japanese, who added drafting doors and a slotted cooking grate, creating a grilling surface.
You can experience a number of different types of cooking in a Kamado Grill. You can grill, bake, sear, smoke, braise and steam, all under the same cooking dome. Kamado grills are always fueled by charcoal, and an all-natural lump charcoal is the best option. The use of a Charcoal Chimney, wax starter, blow torch or charcoal lighter is strongly recommended. Standard size of Kamado grills are 12" 18" 22" 24" and more. There are some standard Grill Accessories of the Kamado grill including Grill Cooking Grates, Rotisserie Ring, and other replacement parts.