Should you use briquettes with a gas grill?

Answer On One Hand: Briquettes Aren't Needed for Gas GrillsTraditional grills heat food based on lit charcoal briquettes. Gas grills are fueled by propane, eliminating the need for briquettes to keep a fi... Read More »

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Do I need briquettes in a gas grill?

On One Hand: Briquettes Not NeededGas grills use either natural gas or propane. They never use briquettes. A natural gas grill is connected to the supply line in in your house, and propane gas come... Read More »

How do I clean gas grill briquettes?

Remove the BriquettesOpen the grill and remove the gas briquettes and the grate on which they sit.Wipe Briquettes and GrateScrape the residue off of the grate and the briquettes with a wire brush. ... Read More »

Can I use charcoal briquettes in a gas grill?

Gas grills use propane or natural gas as fuel, rather than the more traditional charcoal. In order to use charcoal briquettes in a gas grill, you need to remove all gas components, including the pr... Read More »

I just purchased a portable gas grill. Do I need to use briquettes with it, or should I use it as-is?

In the instructions that came with your grill, it would tell you if you needed briquettes. No, since you have a gas grill briquettes are not needed, that's why it's a gas grill.