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How To Grill A Steak Indoors
Have you ever wanted to bite into a fresh grilled steak only to look out of the window and see two feet of snow on top of the barbeque grill? Well just because you can’t get into the backyard without a snowsuit and a pair of galoshes doesn’t mean you can’t grill up a steak in the dead of winter.
In fact, you can cook up a steak that tastes exactly like it came off the grill right in your kitchen. Your first thought may be that cooking a steak on the stove doesn’t taste anything like a steak off the grill – and you’d be 100 percent right. The trick to getting that fresh-off-the-grill taste in your kitchen is to use one of the most underused household appliances around: the broiler.
The broiler: your kitchen’s secret weapon
Most people just associate the broiler with keeping food warm, but it can actually be used to recreate the effects of a gas or charcoal grill almost exactly. Two of the biggest highlights of a fresh grilled steak are the crispy charring and juicy carmelization.
On a stove or in a frying pan, those are simply impossible to recreate, but a broiler can replicate them so close that you might not even be able to tell the difference.
Cooking on a broiler can be difficult to master, but there a few tricks that can make getting the hang of it easier than lighting a charcoal grill. And let’s not forget, grilling All-American. Summer is MADE for grilling. And winter can be made for indoor grilling.