Best Portable Propane Tabletop Grills & BBQs For Camping 2021

Why Every Camper Needs A Portable Propane Tabletop Grill

I live in my travel trailer and travel the country full-time. A big reason I wanted to start camping full-time was so I could be outdoors more. Guess what I love doing outdoors? That’s right, grilling.

We own the Weber Q2200 Gas Tabletop Grill and love it. It’s a portable tabletop grill that uses propane gas, which we always have on hand since we live in our camper.

It’s small and lightweight but durable enough to store in the back of the truck.

All I have to do to set up is get out my camp table, put my grill on it, and I am ready for some BBQ. I even use my cast iron pan on it sometimes.

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If you don’t grill as much as I do, you might not need something as advanced as my Weber grill. So today I am going to review the best portable propane tabletop grills on the market, from small to large, so you can get out there and BBQ more even when traveling and camping.

Some are easier to store than others, but they’re all portable. Even if you don’t RV travel full-time like I do, having a tabletop grill is great if you’re into tailgating, weekend-camping, or just need a bbq for the backyard.

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Coleman Fold N Go Propane Grill
Masterbuilt SH19030819 Propane Tabletop Grill, 1 Burner, Stainless Steel
Cuisinart CGG-180T Petit Gourmet Portable Tabletop Propane Gas Grill, Red
Best Overall
Napoleon TQ285-RD-1-A TravelQ 285 Portable Gas Grill, Red
Premium Option
Weber 54060001 Q2200 Liquid Propane Grill , Gray
Best Griddle Option
Blackstone 22' Tabletop Grill without Hood- Propane Fuelled – 22 inch Portable Gas Griddle with 2 Burners - Rear Grease Trap for Kitchen, Outdoor, Camping, Tailgating or Picnicking (1666)
Cooking Area
105 Sq. In.
288 Sq. In.
145 Sq. In.
285 Sq. In.
280 Sq. In.
339 Sq. In.
BTU
6,000
10,000
5,500
12,000
12,000
24,000
Quick Ignition
Size
14 x 16 x 4.5 Inches
15.8 x 26.9 x 11.8 Inches
12.2 x 18 x 12 inches
22.75 x 19.25 x 14 Inches
15.5 x 32.5 x 19.5 Inches
26 x 9 x 22 inches
Weight
11 Lbs
20.5 Lbs
13.5 Lbs
27 Lbs
42.5 Lbs
32 Lbs

Preview
Coleman Fold N Go Propane Grill
Cooking Area
105 Sq. In.
BTU
6,000
Quick Ignition
Size
14 x 16 x 4.5 Inches
Weight
11 Lbs
Preview
Masterbuilt SH19030819 Propane Tabletop Grill, 1 Burner, Stainless Steel
Cooking Area
288 Sq. In.
BTU
10,000
Quick Ignition
Size
15.8 x 26.9 x 11.8 Inches
Weight
20.5 Lbs
Preview
Cuisinart CGG-180T Petit Gourmet Portable Tabletop Propane Gas Grill, Red
Cooking Area
145 Sq. In.
BTU
5,500
Quick Ignition
Size
12.2 x 18 x 12 inches
Weight
13.5 Lbs

Best Overall

Preview
Napoleon TQ285-RD-1-A TravelQ 285 Portable Gas Grill, Red
Cooking Area
285 Sq. In.
BTU
12,000
Quick Ignition
Size
22.75 x 19.25 x 14 Inches
Weight
27 Lbs

Premium Option

Preview
Weber 54060001 Q2200 Liquid Propane Grill , Gray
Cooking Area
280 Sq. In.
BTU
12,000
Quick Ignition
Size
15.5 x 32.5 x 19.5 Inches
Weight
42.5 Lbs

Best Griddle Option

Preview
Blackstone 22' Tabletop Grill without Hood- Propane Fuelled – 22 inch Portable Gas Griddle with 2 Burners - Rear Grease Trap for Kitchen, Outdoor, Camping, Tailgating or Picnicking (1666)
Cooking Area
339 Sq. In.
BTU
24,000
Quick Ignition
Size
26 x 9 x 22 inches
Weight
32 Lbs

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Best Portable Propane Tabletop Grills Reviews & Info


1. Coleman Fold N Go Tabletop Grill

Coleman Fold N Go Propane Grill

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The first tabletop grill we’re reviewing is a small one from Coleman. Even if you’re not into camping I bet you’ve heard about Coleman.

The Fold N Go is the smallest portable grill in today’s comparison in every department, but don’t let that discourage you. The 105 square inch grilling surface will be enough for at least two people, and the big selling point of this grill is the portability and compact size.

Like many portable grills, it uses a porcelain coated grate and a horseshoe style burner that can output up to 6,000 BTU of heat. When connected to a 1 lb propane tank you can run this little grill for up to 3.5 hours on high.

There is also a removable grease tray in the bottom that makes cleanup easy.

If you don’t plan on grilling every week and want to have a propane grill that doesn’t take up a lot of space in your storage but will do the job when needed, this could be the one for you.

Set it up on a table, attach a 1 lb propane cylinder and fire the grill up with a long lighter and you’re ready to go. The adjustable horseshoe burner has temperature control depending on what you’re cooking.

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When done grilling, cleanup is easy. Just remove the cooking surface and grease tray. I recommend just scrubbing the surface down a bit and collecting the food particles that fall underneath it.

Fold it down when it has cooled, pick it up by its built-in handle, and stash it away, and that’s what I call easy cooking.

There is a cloth case you can purchase separately (click to view on Amazon) that has room for the Coleman tabletop grill and two 1 lb propane cylinders on the side. You can have everything you need in one compact bag.

The Fold-N-Go tabletop grill is made for 1 lb propane tanks but you can get a high pressure adapter hose made by Coleman (click to view on Amazon) to make it compatible with 20 lb propane tanks.

What I would’ve liked to see on top is a temperature gauge to know when the grill is ready. If you want one, you can add one like this from Dozyant (click to view on Amazon) on your own with a ¼ drill bit.

I recommend the Coleman Fold N Go Tabletop Grill for the traveling couple that grill on occasion when camping and don’t have a lot of storage space. It’s light, very portable, and has the functionality you want from a small camping grill.

If you travel in a small Class C RV you know how little storage space you have available, but this one can fit in very small storage compartments.

PROS

  • Easy Cleanup
  • Small & lightweight
  • Built-In Handle
  • Most portable
  • Adapter For Larger Propane Tanks Available
  • Storage Bag Available

CONS

  • No Built-In Temperature Gauge
  • No Spark Ignition
  • Not Compatible With Coleman Griddle Accessory

2. Masterbuilt Smoke Hollow Propane Tabletop Grill

Masterbuilt SH19030819 Propane Tabletop Grill, 1 Burner, Stainless Steel

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Now it’s time to get into the slightly larger tabletop grills that are still very portable and perfect for camping, tailgating, or even using in the backyard.

The Smoke Hollow by Masterbuilt is a good looking compact propane grill with a stainless steel outer finish and durable stainless steel grates. There’s even a chrome coated warming rack connected to the lid.

The unit measures 27.36 inches in length, 17.28 inches in width, and is 12 inches tall. The cooking area is 288 square inches which is plenty of space to grill 8 burgers for friends and family.

The whole thing weighs around 18 lbs.

For portability the legs can fold in, the lid locks shut, and there is a handle on the side.

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The burner is capable of outputting 10,000 BTU which is high for a small tabletop grill. It even has a push button ignition which is a nice bonus in case you made it to the campsite and forgot matches or a lighter.

The Smoke Hollow is a propane grill that’s made to be connected to a 1 lb propane tank for added portability. You can connect it to larger propane tanks using this hose/adapter (click to view on Amazon).

The Masterbuilt Smoke Hollow Propane Tabletop Grill is a fantastic choice not only for campers but daily grill and BBQers as well. It’s made with durable materials, has an easy to use push button ignition, and all of the grates are removable for easy cleaning.

I like that the lid locks for storage, I only wish Masterbuilt also made a cloth bag for it to help protect the stainless steel finish and keep the area the tabletop grill will be stored in cleaner.

PROS

  • High BTU Output
  • Large Grill Area
  • Stainless Steel Grates
  • Locking Lid & Handle
  • Push Button Ignition
  • Folding Legs
  • Adapter For Larger Propane Tanks Available

CONS

  • No Storage Bag Available
  • No Built-In Temperature Gauge
  • No Compatible Griddle Accessory

3. Cuisinart Petit Gourmet Tabletop Gas Grill

Cuisinart CGG-180T Petit Gourmet Portable Tabletop Propane Gas Grill, Red

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Cuisinart makes a couple of fantastic portable tabletop grills from a very small and compact picnic grill (click to view on Amazon) to a larger stainless steel tabletop grill (click to view on Amazon) that actually has the same grill area as the petit grill I’m going to review but it has a higher BTU burner.

The petit gourmet tabletop gas grill by Cuisinart is perfect for camping and travel because of its small size and the legs that sit it up high enough to not burn the table underneath. You won’t need a heat shield for it which is a nice feature.

It’s a tabletop grill but there is actually a version with legs (click to view on Amazon) if you prefer a portable freestanding camping grill.

The grill area is decent at 145 square inches. That’s enough space to fit around 6 burgers. The grate is the thicker porcelain coated style and the entire thing stands on aluminum legs with large stable feet.

The burner outputs 5,500 BTU and the temperature is controlled by a knob in the front that doubles as a Piezo push ignition.

For portability the legs fold, the lid latches shut, and there is a built in handle on the side. There is also a removable drip tray on the bottom so you can get it nice and clean before putting it in the designated storage area in your vehicle or RV.

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Even when set up on the legs the tabletop grill is only 13 inches tall, 18 inches long, and 12 inches wide. It weighs around 13 lbs.

Sometimes compact portable grills like these aren’t made to be used with the lid down but a nice pro for the Cuisinart is you can cook with the lid covering your food for better temperature control.

Of course, this travel grill is made to be fueled by a 1 lb propane tank but you can get this adapter hose (click to view on Amazon) to make it compatible with larger propane tanks.

The Cuisinart Petit Gourmet Tabletop Gas Grill has a lot of great features for such a small propane grill. It’s still pretty basic but the twist ignition on the gas control knob is a great addition as well as being able to cook with the lid down.

I recommend this style of tabletop grill for camping couples and small families who grill often but not every day.

PROS

  • Tall Legs (Won’t Burn Table Underneath)
  • Very Compact & Portable
  • Locking Lid
  • Piezo Ignition
  • Removable Drip Tray
  • Locking Lid & Handle
  • Folding Legs
  • Adapter For Larger Propane Tanks Available

CONS

  • Fairly Low BTU Output For Grill Area
  • Porcelain Coated Grate (Stainless Steel Would Be Better)

4. Napoleon TQ285 Gas Grill

Napoleon TQ285-RD-1-A TravelQ 285 Portable Gas Grill, Red

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Napoleon is a company that focuses on grills, which becomes clear when you take a look at the TQ285-BL. The amount of features they’ve been able to fit in this little portable tabletop grill is impressive, and the reason it’s one of the top choices out of all the grills in this review.

It has the largest cooking area of these grills at 285 square inches, heated by its two 12,000 BTU burners that make sure your food gets grilled evenly. It has a twist-start ignition system that Napoleon calls Jetfire due to how fast it lights up.

Napoleon TQ285-RD-1-A TravelQ 285 Portable Gas Grill, Red

There is a stainless steel tray on the bottom that takes care of grease that drips down during cooking. An Accu-Probe temperature gauge on top of the grill will show when it’s hot enough to smoke, bake, roast, or sear your food.

Included with the porcelain coated grates is a griddle that replaces one half of the grill. It’s perfect for frying bacon and caramelizing onions to put on the burgers you are grilling up.

Like most of the tabletop grills in this review, the Napoleon is made to be used with a 1 lb propane tank. You can use an adapter hose like this one (click to view on Amazon) to make it compatible with 20 lb propane tanks.

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Napoleon takes the next step when it comes to portability, letting you fold in the legs to make it easier to store. The locking lid won’t move during travel, and the grill is easy to set up when you’re ready to cook. What else could you ask for from a tabletop grill?

There’s even a storage/carry bag made by Napoleon you can purchase separately (click to view on Amazon).

So who is the Napoleon TQ285-BL for? It’s for the family or grill enthusiasts that want the top of the line portable propane grill. It packs a lot of features in a compact design.

Of course, you could also set it up at home in your backyard and keep it there all year, because it’s not on the top only for its portability.

Two burners, the biggest cooking area in this review, up to 12,000 BTU, and it weighs less than the Weber Q2200.

It has everything you need for a high quality BBQ gas grill in a very portable and travel-friendly package. Perfect for all kinds of uses, at home, at a tailgate party, and camping trips.

PROS

  • 2 Burners
  • 285 Sq. In. Cooking Area
  • 12,000 BTU
  • Accu-Probe Temperature Gauge
  • Twist-Start Ignition
  • Easy Cleanup
  • Folding Legs & Locking Lid
  • Adapter For Larger Propane Tanks Available
  • Griddle Included
  • Carry Bag Optional

CONS

  • Heavy

5. Weber Q2200 Propane Gas Grill

Weber 54060001 Q2200 Liquid Propane Grill , Gray

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The last grill today comes from the most popular grill company there is, Weber. You might’ve seen it on my Ultimate RV Kitchen Accessories List, and it’s the tabletop grill that I own and use.

It offers a slightly smaller grilling area compared to the Napoleon, at 280 square inches. One burner produces up to  12,000 BTU, and in my experience, it heats the food evenly.

Weber has put an easy-start electronic ignition on this model that requires a battery to operate. The ignition has worked great for me, and I never use a lighter anymore to fire up the grill.

It’s made to be hooked up to 1 lb propane tanks but Weber makes the adapter needed to connect the tabletop grill to larger tanks as well ().

To take care of grease, you can purchase drip pans from Weber (click to view on Amazon) or put something underneath the grill to catch the grease. I use aluminum foil formed to the shape of the drip pan and throw it away after it has cooled down.

There are folding side tables sit on each side of the grill. For me, they’ve been handy when I’ve put the grill on small tables. It’s nice to have somewhere to put your tools and the food before, during, and after cooking.

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A temperature gauge on top will let you know when the grill has reached specific temperatures and the lid does a good job at keeping the heat in. So good that you can even bake inside of it. I also use my cast iron pan with this grill as it works well as a stove.

Ribs that have been grilled by a tabletop grill
Nothing tastes as good as grilled meats when camping.

I do recommend getting the Weber grill cover (click to view on Amazon) if you plan on leaving this outside or travel with it. It makes it so easy to keep the grill clean and fresh.

Weber also makes a portable cart (click to view on Amazon) that I don’t own but have heard great things about. I don’t need one since I put the grill on my camping table, but the cart might be for backyard grillers.

At almost 44 pounds, it’s is the heaviest gas grill in this review. It hasn’t been an issue for me as the handles on the side are sturdy enough to where I can carry this around with ease, but if you are planning on taking it on your travels or long camping trips you may need to factor in the extra weight.

Comparing all of the tabletop grills in this review the Weber Q2200 is up there competing with the Napoleon TQ285 Gas Grill as my top choice.

Both of them are excellent gas tabletop grills, but the Weber is heavier and that’s the biggest reason the Napoleon beats it in portability. The Napoleon also folds better, which makes it easier to store.

PROS

  • 280 Sq. In. Cooking Area
  • 12,000 BTU
  • Temperature Gauge
  • Electric Ignition
  • Easy Cleanup
  • Foldable Side Tables
  • Cover Available
  • Adapter For Larger Propane Tanks Available

CONS

  • Heavy

6. Blackstone Propane Tabletop Griddle

Blackstone 22' Tabletop Grill without Hood- Propane Fuelled – 22 inch Portable Gas Griddle with 2 Burners - Rear Grease Trap for Kitchen, Outdoor, Camping, Tailgating or Picnicking (1666)

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Tabletop grills are awesome for camping but sometimes all you need is a good griddle. Tabletop Griddles like the Blackstone can cook more kinds of food than a traditional gas grill and this version has a lot of power for its small and portable size.

The griddle is built in and none removable so it’s technically not a propane grill but I wanted to add it into this review since griddles are an outdoor and camp cooking staple.

There are two 12,000 BTU burners that are controlled by two separate temperature/ignition knobs. With the two burners, you have the ability to have two separate temperatures on the griddle at the same time. This is a fantastic feature for cooking up burgers and steaks.

The griddle is made of rolled carbon steel and there is 339 square inches of cooking space. That’s more than any of the tabletop grills in this review.

The grease collector is built into the back of the portable griddle making both cooking and cleanup easier.

Even though the cooking surface is large the unit is fairly small even when set up. It measures 22.5 inches long, 9 inches tall, and 19 inches wide. It is pretty heavy weighing 32 lbs but that’s mostly because of the thick steel griddle.

For storage, the griddle flips over and covers the burners and makes the whole thing compact and secure.

If you don’t want to flip the griddle over you can get a lid/cover (click to view on Amazon) that can be used to keep the griddle clean while not in use and also to help hold in heat while cooking. If you like to fry up lots of different kinds of food the lid is a worthwhile investment.

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There is also a cloth cover available as well (click to view on Amazon).

For portability reasons the Blackstone tabletop griddle is made to be used with a 1 lb propane tank but with any standard 1 lb to 20 lb propane tank adapter hose (click to view on Amazon) you can connect it to larger propane tanks.

Even though it’s technically not a tabletop gas grill the Blackstone Propane Tabletop Griddle is still an amazing option for cooking outdoors or while camping.

It’s easy to clean, has powerful burners, and there are lots of nice accessories you can get to make cooking in the elements even easier. If you love eggs, pancakes, and bacon in the morning while camping, this is going to be one of the best choices out there.

PROS

  • High BTU Burners
  • Two Heat Zones
  • Built In Grease Trap
  • Lid & Cover Available
  • Can Be Used With Larger Propane Tanks With Adapter
  • Can Cook More Kinds Of Food Than Grill
  • Electric Ignitor

CONS

  • Heavy
  • No Grill Grate

Conclusion & My Recommendations For Best The Tabletop Grills

Well, I’m definitely having grilled food for dinner tonight. I hope I’ve helped you through the grill-jungle and that you feel more confident about what you need.

If you buy one and end up not having a good experience, don’t give up. It takes time and experience to get good at it, and you’ll get to know your grill with time and be able to cook up wonderful dinners.

If you’re looking for accessories, scroll down to the FAQ where I share my favorites.

Now, here are my portable propane tabletop grill recommendations:

Weber 54060001 Q2200 Liquid Propane Grill , Gray

Premium Option –  Weber Q2200 Propane Gas Grill

The Weber Q2200 is a great gas grill that does a lot of things right. With a big cooking area, 12,000 BTU burner, and built-in tables, it’s a beast of a tabletop grill. It has some weight to it but it’s still portable due to the sturdy handles.

If you are an everyday griller and you want something that won’t take up a ton of space in the backyard and can also be brought along to tailgate parties or camping trips then the Weber is a fantastic choice.

It would definitely be my best overall choice if this review wasn’t so focused on portability. While the Weber is still very portable its size and weight make it a little more difficult to bring along, especially if you have storage limitations.

Blackstone 22' Tabletop Grill without Hood- Propane Fuelled – 22 inch Portable Gas Griddle with 2 Burners - Rear Grease Trap for Kitchen, Outdoor, Camping, Tailgating or Picnicking (1666)

Best Griddle Option – Blackstone Propane Tabletop Griddle

A griddle is one of the best things you can take camping. They have a large cooking area so you can get some bacon, eggs, and pancakes cooking all at the same time.

Some tabletop grills have an optional griddle accessory but not all of the ones in this review do. One of the downsides to a griddle accessory is they are often thin and don’t have as even of a cooking surface as dedicated gas griddles like the Blackstone.

On top of the high quality griddle, the Blackstone also has some great features like the two high powered individual burners, the grease trap, the ignition switch, and the optional lid you can use while cooking.

If you think a griddle will be used more while you’re cooking outdoors the Blackstone is one of the best.

Napoleon Grills TQ285-RD-A Travelq 285 Portable Gas Grill, Red

Best Overall – Napoleon TQ285 Gas Grill

The Napoleon TQ285-BL is the tabletop grill to beat right now. In a portable package, you’ll get all the features you’d expect from a high-end propane grill, and this is one you can bring with you everywhere.

The 285 square inch cooking area heated evenly by two burners will make perfectly grilled food and is so travel-friendly that you’ll want to use it every day.

It’s a good contender for the Weber grill and it weighs a lot less which is a huge pro for portability.


Frequently Asked Questions About Tabletop Grills & BBQs

What are the best outdoor grilling accessories?

There are tons of grilling accessories, and I haven’t tried them all, but here are the ones I use:

  • Propane Hose: DOZYANT Propane Adapter – The first thing I purchased after buying a gas grill was an adapter so I could use bigger propane gas tanks than the small 1 lb cylinders. This one is 4 feet, long but they’re available in longer lengths as well.
  • Tool Set: Grillaholics 4-Piece Stainless Steel Tool Set  – In my world, you don’t need a case full of grilling tools. You need a spatula, tongs, fork, and a brush. I’ve been grilling for years and have never felt like I’m missing something. This heavy-duty 4-piece set from Grillaholics will last you a long time and do the job.
  • Food Thermometer: ThermoPro TP-16 – When cooking chicken or pork, you must make sure the food is cooked thoroughly. I do that with this neat digital thermometer that will not only tell you the temperature but also what recommended temperature your most common meats must reach to be safe to eat. It’s also good at knowing when meats are rare if you like them like that. Heb.com has a great article on the subject.
  • Melting Dome: Cuisinart Stainless Steel Melting Dome– If you want to melt the cheese on your hamburger, or force a lot of heat to stick around your steak, this dome will do the job. It works excellent on griddles and grills.
  • Grill Press: Lodge Rectangular Cast Iron Grill Press– Another neat tool I use on top of the grill and griddles is this cast iron press made by Lodge. Not only does it do a good job at flattening burgers, but it also helps the food cook faster when I place it on top of it after letting it heat up on the grill.
  • Grill Brush: Grillart Grill Brush And Scraper – I only use one thing to clean my grill, and it’s this grill brush and scraper made by Grillart. I can clean both the grilling area and the inside of the grill with this in just a few minutes. If you’ve bought grill brushes that haven’t worked very well, you need to try this one.

Where do I get propane gas for my tabletop grill?

There are lots of places all over the country where you can get a propane refill or exchange a tank. I recommend using AmeriGas’ website to find exact locations.

Most grocery stores and gas stations have propane for sale.

How do I keep my tabletop grill clean?

When I clean my tabletop grill, I use the Grillart Grill Brush And Scraper to scrape off burnt food inside the grill.

I usually leave the grill grate dirty to keep it protected from rust, but not for too long. I tend to clean it every three months. It’s more important to me to make sure that the burners are clean by wiping them down with a damp sponge.

When I end up having to clean the grates, I scrub it down while warm with the brush, and it’s often enough to get it clean.

The fact is that I clean the outside of my grill more often than the inside. The outside gets clean with some soap and water.

Meat cooking on a tabletop grill
It’s easy to keep your tabletop grill clean with the right tools.

Can I use a propane gas grill indoors?

No, don’t do that. The burned propane gas releases deadly carbon monoxide at a much faster rate than your gas stove in an RV.

Is it bad for your health to grill with propane gas or charcoal?

Grilling with propane is better for you than charcoal. When you cook meat and fat drips down and burns, it creates PAH-infused smoke, which then coats what you’re cooking.

Since charcoal produces more smoke than propane, you end up with more carcinogens like PAH (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) in your food.

There are ways around it, cutting off most of the fat on your meats will reduce the amount of PAH. Marinating your meat in vinegar or lemon juice also helps, it reduces HCAs which is another carcinogen, by up to 90 percent.

Propane burner on a tabletop grill
Is grilling with propane gas bad for my health?

Can propane grill regulators go bad?

Yes, gas grill regulators can go bad and stop the grill from lighting. You might also see that the burner closest to the gas connection is lit up better than the one farthest from it. If you see this, it’s time to replace it with a new regulator.

If you’ve had one for over 10 years that hasn’t gone bad yet, it’s a good idea to replace it. These regulators are interchangeable, but if you have a couple of burners you might need a high-flow regulator that lets out enough propane gas to light all burners.

What do I put under my tabletop grill?

Tabletop grills do get pretty hot underneath and if you are cooking on a plastic table it could potentially start to melt it.

If your grill stands on tall legs it greatly reduces the risk but getting a heat resistant mat to put underneath is never a bad idea.

There are a few different options.

You can place your tabletop grill on a silicone heat pad (click to view on Amazon) or even use a large that is meant to put under firepits.

Have any more questions about tabletop grills and BBQs? Leave a comment below.

by Jesse
Jesse has always had an interest in camping, technology, and the outdoors. Who knew that growing up in a small town in Sweden with endless forests and lakes would do that to you?

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