A Review of the Cajun Injector Stainless Steel Grill
In this review the cajun injector stainless steel smoker grill is checked out. The grill is electric and heats to about 275 degrees. There is a pan for wood chunks,or wood pellets which smoke the meat you select. If you have 12 hours to wait for your barbecue,then you might like this smoker grill.Maintaining an accurate temperature is supposed to be easy.
The grill is a good looking unit. It looks like a small refrigerator. There is a cap on the end you have to take off to put in wood chips or pellets. according to the owners manual you should only 1.5 ounces of wood pellets or 1/4 cup of wood chips at a time. And you should add more fuel as needed. Also the temperature will rise after you add wood pellets or chips,so you shouldn’t adjust the temperature. If you open the door to the smoker you might get a flare up. Just shut the door and wait until the wood burns down. There is a 24 hour digital display on the cajun injector,that you can access by pressing the button in front of display panel. The instructions say you don’t have to pre heat the unit. Setting the temperature is easy,push on button. Push temperature button,the led display will start to flash. And you set temp by the plus and minus buttons.Then you push temp to hold the set temp. But heating will not occur till the timer is set.
You set timer by pushing the timer button. Set the hours when the led flashes by using the plus minus button. Set hours by pushing time button again. Set minutes when the minutes led flashes by setting plus or minus button. Press set time again to start cooker. Also the heat shuts off when time has expired. If you get an error message you have to turn smoker off and unplug unit. Wait 10 seconds before you plug unit back in. The control should be reset. smoker takes the guess out throughout the cooking process.
- Constant temp’s from 100 to 275 degrees
- Auto shut off
- Side access to wood pellet chute
- 5 Chrome racks for smoking
- Can cook jerky
- With an adjustable door latch
- Grill is insulated for better heat control
- Has wheels on rear with adjustable front legs
- Probe for food temperature
- Digital control for precision smoking
- There are two oven mitts included
- Sausage hanger rack
The injector electric smoker reviews,run both good and bad.There seems to be problems with the heating element in some peoples grills. Some reviews say that the company will send out parts. The smoker will work fine for a month or so and electric parts go bad again. The cajun injector stainless steel grill really needs to be kept out of the weather. Also the gasket on the door sometimes goes bad. Of course there are people who love their grill. The stainless steel smoker is cheap,compared to a higher end pellet grill. You might be taking a chance on having problems by buying this grill because of the quality of the product. . You also have to hand feed pellets or chips,no automatic feed on this one.Warranty is 90 days.
The cajun injector electric smoker will smoke and you will have moist meat every time you cook. There are 5 stainless steel racks for your convenience.An air dampener controls the flow of air to the smoker. The two front legs are adjustable for height. There is an adjustable door latch. Because of so many complaints about this grill,at this time i cant give it a good rating.For more information about the Cajun Injector Stainless Steel Grill click link below.
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