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The 10 Best Grills


1. Gordon Ramsay's Health Infusion Grill

£99.99, argos.co.uk

Gordon's grill has five settings and cooks up to six portions on its non-stick cooking plates.

2. Bodum Bistro

£94.95, johnlewis.com

An electric table grill allows you to cook your dinner in front of your party guests. Think of it like a fondue or raclette party.

3. Tefal XL Comfort

£89.99, homeandcook.co.uk

Claims to be the most powerful grill on the market, cooking eight portions at once. It has grill, barbeque and mini-oven settings.

4. Russell Hobbs Panini

£35.99, currys.co.uk

Lay out your lamb chops on a spacious grill, in the knowledge they'll cook evenly and with that lovely chargrilled stripe and taste.

5. George Foreman Easy Clean Grill and Melt

£89.99, georgeforeman.co.uk

As well as being versatile, it doubles as a raclette that works well for cheese-on-toast dishes.

6. Sainsbury's Be Good To Yourself

£50, sainsburys.co.uk

This good-value grill makes great food in minutes. Its non-stick griddle plates give even results.

7. Tesco

£19.97, tesco.com

Not only does this heat up rapidly, but it cooks fish, meat and even vegetable slices well. The casing is wipe-clean and scratch-resistant and it stores away easily.

8. Prestige A La Carte Griddle

£37.95, hartsofstur.com

This is ideal for use at the table for a sociable cooking experience or to bring out when your cooker's grill is already fully in use.

9. George Foreman Compact

£19.99, georgeforeman.co.uk

George Foreman's compact model is fantastic for one or two-person households, or if you are short on space. It's a doddle to set up, too.

10. Cuisinart Griddle and Grill

£69.99, lakeland.co.uk

The retro-look grill is slow to heat up, but it's worth the wait – salmon steaks remain succulent and chicken breasts are well-browned.