The new infrared grill technology available in the market nowadays. Be it beef, pork, chicken and even delicate fish will cook well in infrared cooking devices. This kind of indoor grill is one of the best available today.
How does it work?
Grilling on indoor grills may not replace the outdoor fun of barbecuing one of those big boy grills, but it sure comes in handy when you have no other alternative. You can grill just about any type of meat or veggie on an indoor grill that you can on an outdoor one. You can grill steaks, hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken, kabobs, fish, vegetables.
The indoor grill is the newest in kitchen cooking technology. And you can create so many dishes with it. You can use an indoor grill for cooking stuffed meats instead of using the oven. That is if you have one of those handy foldable contact grills (these types are like the George Foreman Grill that has two hot plates to grill both sides at the same time.) Roll up nice and thin then place it in between the grills. The indoor contact grill is perfect for this job because it holds the stuffing in place and penetrates the meat down to the stuffing.
You won’t have to buy charcoal. With the indoor grill, you don’t have anything to fire up anymore. No more smoke and no more fire hazards. But the best part trying out indoor grilling recipes is that you get the tastiest meals while having all the fat drip down into the grill’s oil pan. That is one of the things you have to consider when buying that indoor grill. Choose the one that is designed in such a way that the oil will drip into a built-in oil catching pan. Choose also the design that cleans easily. A lot of these new grills are so easy to clean. Some hotplates just unsnap for you to clean in the dishwasher.
Indoor grills usually cook food faster so time everything right. Most of the time, food just takes around ten minutes to cook.