Kamado grills are among some of the most versatile grills available on the market. They can be used for smoking, grilling, searing, baking, roasting, and anything in between. However, with such versatility comes the need to remember a lot of different numbers, temperatures, and cooking times for every different thing. Fortunately, we’ve got a quick guide to help you remember. Be sure to bookmark this page on your phone so you can use it for quick reference.
Of course, some ceramic grills can exceed temperatures of 1000°F but there aren’t a lot of reasons why you would need that much heat. Generally speaking, you’ll want to be smoking and roasting at lower temperatures, while searing is cooking quickly at high temperatures. Baking, of course, varies greatly by the recipe, although most are in the 400 – 450°F range.
It does take a bit of time to get the hang of keeping the correct temperature, so if you want some help, then take a quick peek at this article. Remember, it’s always better to start low and start to stabilize it when it gets to within 50° of your target. It’s all about airflow.