You Can Take This nomadiQ Grill With You ANYWHERE
Ever since I started working from home, I've really gotten into cooking.
I make lunch every single day and try to make dinner at least four times a week. So it's safe to say I get a lot of use out of my little kitchen. But let me tell you—I've been running out of ideas lately. There are only so many times I can make a salad and not get bored, or throw something in my air fryer and pretend like I haven't done that the past three nights!
So, when the team at nomadiQ Grills reached out to me and asked if I'd like to test out their portable grill, it couldn't have come at a better time. After testing out the grill for myself, I have lots of thoughts! Below, you'll find my full review of the nomadiQ Grill.
nomadiQ Grills is changing the way people grill—especially the "nomads" who like to move around from place to place. Whether it's a campsite, the beach, the park, your backyard, a boat, on a hike or something else, nomadiQ was built to be brought along on the journey.
Weighing just 12 pounds, the nomadiQ grill is something you can easily bring with you pretty much anywhere. The portable aspect is what most people are initially drawn to—I know I was! A few times a week on my lunch break, I walk down to the beach for some fresh air. There and back is about 2.5 miles, and I'm thinking the nomadiQ grill would be a fun addition on my next walk. Grilling up some food beachside sounds pretty nice right about now.
nomadiQ Grill: $299.99
Opening up the grill and getting it set up took about five minutes. After reading the directions for how to assemble it, I was surprised at how user-friendly it was. Pretty much all I needed to do to "unlock" it was lift and pull. I was then met with two grilling surfaces, which I think is perfect for when you don't want to cross-contaminate your food.
All I needed to do beforehand was buy a small tank of propane to attach to the grill, and after attaching the hose to the tank, it was time to get cooking. I pressed the ignitor and set the temp on both grills to medium-high and was shocked at how fast it heated up. In no time I was able to add some chicken I'd been marinating all day along with two corns on the cob.
Since there's a drip tray at the bottom of each side of the grill, spillage and clean-up weren't something I was worried about. The chicken caught on fire right when I placed it on the grill but went out in about two seconds. That's just a trick of the trade! They cooked perfectly and after checking the internal temp with a thermometer, I took them off the grill.
The corn was also super easy to manage. All I did was place plain corn on the grill and let each side char a bit. Once it was to my liking, I cut the corn off (I hate eating straight off the cob) and mixed it with butter, salt, pepper and chili powder.
The end result for both the chicken and corn was absolutely delicious. The slight grilled/charred/barbecue taste made the meal even better than I could have imagined. I definitely couldn't have achieved this in my kitchen. Next time, I'm thinking of cooking up some steaks and veggie skewers. Delish!
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I am so happy with my nomadiQ grill. It's easy to use, is not an eye-sore and comes at a totally fair price. Food grills great on it and it's actually fun to use! Whether you love to travel all over the country or like going for a simple walk outside, I think the nomadiQ grill could totally work for you.
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