SNS Grills-Slow 'N Sear Kettle BBQ

Slow 'N Sear baskets are a relatively new addition to the world of barbecue, and there is still some confusion about what they are and what they're for. Some people call them "Slow 'N Sear Weber" baskets because they were designed as an accessory for Weber grills. But you don't have to have a Weber grill to use one, in fact, you can use them with any kettle-style bbq! In this article, we'll answer all your questions about Slow 'N Sear baskets and tell you why you should buy one.

Slow 'N Sear baskets are designed for two things: slow cooking and searing. That means they're perfect for dishes like pulled pork, brisket, ribs, and even roasted chicken or vegetables. The Slow 'N Sear basket has a built-in water reservoir that keeps food moist while it cooks slowly.

Things you’ll notice when buying a Slow 'N Sear basket:

First, the basket is made of high-quality stainless steel - this will ensure it lasts for years. Second, warranty - this will give you peace of mind in case anything goes wrong. 

Finally, make sure the basket is big enough to fit your needs - you don't want to be stuck with a basket that's too small or too large.

Slow 'N Sear baskets are a great addition to any kettle bbq grill, and they're perfect for those who love to cook outdoors. If you're looking for a way to step up your grilling game, we highly recommend investing in a Slow 'N Sear basket! Trust us, your taste buds will thank you.

SNS Grill FAQs

The range of slow and sear baskets acts as a charcoal divider for your Kettle BBQ. The Slow n Sear has been specifically designed to improve the overall cooking experience for unrivalled grilling and smoking performance on a kettle bbq. The Slow n Sear delivers a true two-zone BBQ set-up. The baskets really help you get the most of your Weber Kettle.

The use of slow and sear baskets couldn’t be easier, add your charcoal (lit or unlit) into the basket, if unlit - light using a charcoal starter wand or fire starter. Position the basket to the side of the kettle. Add wood chunks for smoking. Add water to the reservoir (deluxe model only). Open the vents on your kettle bbq until the temperature reaches 150 to 175 F. 

Yes, absolutely you can use lump charcoal in a slow n sear. You can also use charcoal briquettes if you prefer. 

In our opinion the slow n sear basket is a must-have accessory for any kettle BBQ owner, they really do transform your BBQ into a true two-zone cooking machine. 

Yes - the SnS Baskets are compatible with Weber Kettle BBQs, in fact they are compatible with most Kettle BBQs. 

Many reviews of the SnS Kettle Grills have actually ranked the SnS design ahead of their competitors for numerous reasons. We tend to agree, with the addition of 4 legs for stability, portholes for probes and smoke, a temperature gauge on the vent side, stainless steel grates and a side shelf all standard. It’s easy to see why the SnS Kettle grills are so highly rated by customers and professionals alike.