Traeger TFB29LZA Junior Elite Grill
Trusted grill maker Traeger has produced a portable outdoor cooker that is perfect for some backyard cooking, tailgating, and everything else that involves good food. This is a brief review of the TFB29LZA Junior Elite Grill.
Ease of Use: 8.5/10
Overall Rating: 8.5/10
TFB29LZA Junior Elite Grill Review
Traeger’s Junior Elite pellet grill is made of sturdy powder-coated 20-gauge steel that can withstand high heat, harsh elements, heavy use (or abuse!), and other things that cause low-grade grills to give in easily. Although relatively small, the Junior Elite can accommodate a lot of food in its 300-sq. in. grilling area. That space can fit up to 12 burgers or three rib racks, to give you an idea. …show more content…
Combining this enormous power with convection cooking, the Junior Elite lets you cook your food evenly without even having to turn the meat. Furthermore, the non-stick grill grates are coated with porcelain, making them easy to clean and safe for your food while leaving nice sear marks all over the meat.
The Junior Elite is also versatile enough to work just as well for smoking, baking, roasting, braising, and others that require temperatures ranging from 180F to 450F. This pellet grill’s main feature is its multi-position digital thermostat control, which gives you one less thing to worry about.
The digital thermostat control helps monitor and maintain heat.
Its non-stick grates conduct heat well and are easy to clean.
The convection cooking process lets you cook food evenly.
Its electric ignition system makes operation easier.
450F is far below the capacity of other grills.
Best Features of the TFB29LZA Junior Elite
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