Cave Tools Kabob Rack for Grill Oven – Universal Fit BBQ Skewers Kabab Maker – Stainless Steel Wood Bamboo Metal Flat or Round – Shish Kebabs on Barbecue Made Easy Grilling Accessories Set – $0
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You can only use these skewer supports against the grain of the grill because they tip over into the spacing between the grill lines. They are made with thick metal but tip over easy. They are not very long and the spacing between where the skewers rest is not as wide as you would think. I made skewers with picanha and could not fit more than three skewers at a time. It says universal fit but I have the longer 17” flat skewers and they do not rest in the little rest cutouts. I can see this being used for small Kevin’s with small cuts of meat but was really looking to use them for larger cuts and was disappointed.
This is one of those products that you probably didn't know existed, but can't possibly live without, once you get it. I have a variety of great stainless steel kabob skewers that I use. Only I was limited to placing them directly on the grill. Which can be tricky when making kabobs, only now I don't have that headache anymore. Perfect, even grilling every time. Also helps me get a nice char on marinated chicken chunks that I later transfer to a pot on the stove when making chicken tikka masala. But there's also one grill specialty that it turns out this is PERFECT for. And you'll probably never guess what it is....Spiral cut hot dogs and sausage. A million years back, I discovered how great spiral dogs were. You soak wood skewers in warm water for 20-30 minutes (so the wood won't char on the grill later). Stick a hot dog or sausage on a skewer, place your knife in at an angle until you stop at the skewer in the center, and then roll it forward on your cutting board (while applying pressure with the knife and slowly moving it to the other side of the dog). Then gently pull the dog apart, you've got a perfect spiral cut. When you grill a dog this way, more of the meat actually gets the benefit of the smoke and heat from your grill. And when you put it on a bun, it's basically one tasty spiral of grilled meat that condiments easily fit into the gaps of. So not haphazardly tossing condiments on top of or the sides of your dog or sausage, it fits in all the nooks and crannies and makes for an amazing treat. Which is awesome considering how inexpensive a pack of hot dogs is, but everyone will just love the spiral dogs. The problem with cooking spiral dogs is putting them on the grill. Some will be lower on the grill than others, because of the nooks and how it sits. You can put them lengthwise, basically in between each grill bar, but then it still won't cook evenly. Say hello to the kabob rack. Perfectly cooked spiral dogs, each and every time. Works especially good with sausage. Now it's cooked evenly, no issues with one particular side looking discolored or more charred than the other.What else is there to consider? Works for kabobs. Works for beef and poultry that you'll use in dishes you finish on the stovetop. Makes a killer spiral cut hot dog. And it will only set you back twenty bucks? This rack will get used OFTEN, it's absolutely worth that investment. So you can either drop that $20 on a couple of combo meals, or put it towards something you'll be using to feed others for years to come. Smart money says add it to your cart, and order it today.
Rack is simple sturdy and seems easy to clean. Nice solid weight meant it didn't slide around easily and was freestanding. That said getting the skewers to "catch" properly in the grooves designed for that particular skewer type can be a bit tricky at first and adjusting the distance can take a little trail and error. That said I noticed the flat bamboo so far has been the easiest to use with this. Will be trying my stainless steel set with it soon.