Learning to become a griller requires some patience, and a willingness to learn the craft before you’re ready to go prime time. Understanding new techniques for grilling is a learning experience that begins here. We’ve compiled a few tips to help you on your way to grilling success.

Consider the following to be guidelines versus must-do rules.

Feel free to branch out and switch up the spices or add an extra ingredient.

First, start out grilling your favorite cuts or meats the way you’ve done it for years. Then it’s time to introduce a few new flavors and spices. If you don’t like the heat of the spice, sprinkle on just a tad to experiment. You could always build a taste. and tolerance little by little. A little spice can enhance the meats natural tastiness.

Not only will you impress your friends with unique dishes, but you will become a better griller over time as you experiment.

Make sure that you never give up when you are grilling.

It’s going to take a lot of practice and failures to get your grilling style right. If you burn something, keep trying. You will only become a better grill master if you maintain your persistence. Looking into purchasing a meat thermometer so over-grilling will become a thing in the past.

Quickstart Portable Grill heats up in 6-minutes, so you can try out different meat temperature without having to wait for the coal to light up.

Make sure you spread out your seasonings

Most people rush through the early steps of becoming a griller by over seasoning their meal with tons of condiments. Great cuts of steak need limited seasoning. Consider spreading out your seasoning around in your choice of meats middle rather than making sure you cover the entire piece of steak, chicken, or rack of ribs in your favorite blend.

Some grill masters will season over their grilling time versus all at once.

The best part of grilling is that you can eat your mistakes — as long as it’s fully cooked. Don’t be scared about trying something new. Even the world’s greatest chefs have made failed dishes at the beginning of their careers.

Grilling is all about learning and experimentation. Now, break out your Quick-Start Portable Grill and give it a shot!