The NEW Char-Broil Grill Top Infuser

The new Char-Broil Grill Top Infuser was inspired by our TRU-Infrared technology. We all know the Big Easy can cook a great turkey, chicken, or Boston butt, but this little accessory at only $24.99 can be used with your current grill to perfectly roast a chicken, smoke a Boston butt, and even steam veggies or other delicate foods like fish.

Not only does this the Grill Top Infuser work great on the grill, but you can put it directly on your campfire for juicy food away from the house. Take a look at the video below to find out a little more on this cooker and why you should pick one up today!


What can I make with the Grill Top Infuser?

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  1. Is this available in Home Depot, Lowe’s, anywhere else?

  2. Is this infuser used on a infrared or non-infrared grill?

    • Sharon – You can use the infuser on any grill. Just make sure that you preheat the grill to the highest temperature. The infuser works best at high heat.

  3. Do you have one large enough to cook a 16-18lb. turkey?

    • We currently only have the single size Infusion Cooker. This is large enough to accommodate most roaster chickens, but it would not be large enough to cook a turkey. The Infusion Cooker measures approximately 12” x 8.5” x 6.5”. – Dustin

  4. Dustin.
    May i suggest that inside dimensions would be more reflective of the capacity of this roaster.
    9.25L x 7.5W is more like it.
    I have not yet tried it but one should be mindful of the size limitations in selecting a roast or chicken.


    • so approx how many pounds chicken/roast would fit?

      • Mary – That is a great question. The Grill Top Infuser measures approximately 12 x 8.5 x 6.5 and chickens up to five pounds should be able to fit in it. – Dustin

  5. Can I use the Grill Top Infuser inside a conventional oven? How long and at what temperature should I bake chicken?

  6. I need instructions on cooking a chuck roast on my electric tru infra-red patio bistro grill. Does the roast need to be seared on the grill first? Do I need to use the lid to cook veggies with it? At what temperature do I need to cook it? Approximately how long would a 3 lb roast take?

  7. I have a 2 burner infrared grill. Would 2 infusion cookers fit and could i cook them at the same time?

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