Grilled food imparts a flavor that is highly recognizable and enjoyed by many. The main differences between an outdoor grilling flavor and a more stove-like flavor is the type of grill but compared to just a couple of years ago, indoor grilling technology is much improved. And the benefit of grilled food is grill reduces fat 4 percent more than pan frying, grill reduces fat 10 percent more than the pan fried food. Whether you don't own a grill or the weather does not permit grilling outside, use simple cooking techniques to create not only a similar taste but also a similar texture. You do not have to limit yourself to meat; you can create a grill taste using poultry, fish or vegetables.
Cast Iron Grill
Cast Iron Grill is the ultimate way to replicate real grilling. Even though it's no substitute for cooking over a live fire, a cast iron grill does have many similar features that make it attractive. One of the keys to cooking with charcoal is the immense heat you can get when the coals are first ready for cooking. The cast iron grill does produce a fair amount of smoke, for that a well ventilated kitchen is definitely recommended. But going indoors to a smaller grill can prove challenging.
Electric Indoor Grill
One of the best ways to simulate the grilling experience indoors is with an Electric Grill. The appliance has the grates placed above the heating surface so it's a lot like an actual grill. It's a lot better than most grill pans because you don't run into the problem of trapped moisture due to shallow indentations, which can lead to steamed meat.
How to make grill Taste indoor
To make the tasty grilled food first put the food in a nonreactive pan and cover it with liquid smoke, or add a similar amount of liquid smoke to a current marinade and pour it over the food. Cover the pan with plastic wrap and make sure the pan is lightly greased. Then put the pan in the refrigerator and allow it to marinate in the liquid smoke or marinade. Follow your recipe's guidelines for marinating times. Then pour out the marinade or save it for basting. Sprinkle mesquite, barbeque or smoke seasoning over the food.
For Indoor Countertop Grill Heat a cast-iron skillet on the stove. Pour a little oil in the skillet. Sear the food in the skillet to seal in its juices. Spray an indoor countertop grill with nonstick cooking spray. Preheat the grill according to the manufacturer's instructions. Place the food on the grill and cook it to the desired doneness.
What to Grill
When grilling marinated meats allow them to drain first on a cooking rack. While you can based on an indoor grill you need to do so sparingly. Lightly brush basting solutions on foods, careful not to spill. Other than that you really can cook most anything that will fit on your grill.