Lighting a gas grill is an easy process. However, as gas grill operation may vary, please consult the owner’s manual that came with your grill before starting using it.
To light a gas grill, first open the lid so that gas fumes don not collect in the cooking box.
Slowly open the valve on your propane tank or natural gas line all the way and wait for a minute so that the gas travels trough the gas line.
Depending on the model, you may need to turn the knob to High/Start and then click the ignition button to light each burner individually. As it might vary, please consult your manual for proper instructions.
Close the lid and preheat the grill for 10 to 15 minutes.
Once the temperature reaches about 500°F, use a long-handled grill brush to clean the cooking grates. Then simply adjust the appropriate burners to the suggested method and temperature in the recipe.
[The grill featured in the pictures above is a Weber Summit gas grill.]