Classic Heat Deflector

£35.28

Bake, roast or smoke any food.

Categories: ,

Description

The Kamado Joe Heat Deflector adds great flexibility to your Kamado Joe grill. It allows you to bake, roast and smoke with indirect heat. Our Heat Deflector circulates the heat around your food to cook it slowly, which keeps it incredibly moist and tender. The Heat Deflector frame can also be used by itself to raise the cooking grate. It reduces the potential of charring tender foods like seafood and vegetables.

Cooking Configurations

Bottom Position
This is the most popular configuration for cooking food like ribs, Boston butts, briskets and poultry at very low temperatures. This configuration allows you to place a drip pan up to 3″ deep between the ceramic plate and cooking grate.
Top Position
This is the best configuration for baking food like pizza (Pizza Stone required), bread and casseroles. Use the ceramic plate in the top position to allow more heat to circulate around your food. This configuration does not allow a drip pan to be used.
Frame Only
Use the Heat Deflector frame only to elevate your cooking grate for grilling food like seafood and vegetables. The benefit of this configuration is that it reduces the direct heat on your food. It is also good to create “hot” and “warm” zones in your grill to prevent your food from charring. Just set up your charcoal to one side of the fire box and place your food on the opposite side of your grill.

Cleaning

The ceramic plate will darken over time and this is normal. Cleaning solutions should not be used, because they will be absorbed into the plate. If you have drippings that have charred, simply brush off as much as possible with a wire BBQ brush and store in a dry place. To clean off any residual food, simply flip the ceramic plate “food side down” the next time you cook. The heat from the charcoal will burn it off.

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Classic Heat Deflector”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

two × five =