indoor bbq grill How to Grill Steak on an Electric Grill

by:Longzhao BBQ     2019-08-26
indoor bbq grill How to Grill Steak on an Electric Grill
It's not an option to roast steak outdoors often due to weather, or--If you're an apartment resident-Because there is no place to put the grill.A small indoor grill with electric heating elements is sometimes the most convenient option.The indoor grill does not provide the intense heat that the outdoor grill can produce, but they still serve delicious steaks.
The electric grill is very different in design, some put the heating element directly into the grill, and others place the element a few inches below the surface.The separate heating element creates more smoke, which adds flavor to the steak, but is a challenge for ventilation.Some premium grills offer special HeightsThe temperature of the meat is set, but the exception is.
Most indoor grills, especially those with lower prices, produce only moderate heat at best.For those who provide adjustable temperatures, the setting of the highest temperature is usually moderate according to the barbecue standard, so the cooking time will vary depending on your model.Prepare the steak in advance, season it, and trim any excess fat from the edges.
Cutting fat in some places can help prevent thin steaks from curling when cooking, making it easier to reach a consistent level of donation.Insert the drip tray--if removable --Put in the grill and preheat the grill according to the manufacturer's instructions.If your model has a variable heat setting, select the highest or scorching setting.
Preheat the grill for 15 minutes or until its own hot indicator signals the grill is ready to use.Lightly spray or brush the steak with oil to prevent it from sticking to it and then gently place it on the grill.Place the steak on a preheated grill.Because each steak absorbs most of the heat from the grill, it is generous to place them.
If they are too close, they cannot be brown normally.Before the steak is baked, bake it first-Scorched beside the hot grate, then turned it and the second side turned brown.The time it takes for Browning will vary depending on the power of the grill, so use pliers to regularly lift an edge of the steak to judge its color.
Cook 1/2 to 3/4 thick thin steak at a heightDuring the BBQ time, set the temperature or scorched, turn them around often until they reach the level of donation you want.The 1 inch or thicker steak should be thoroughly roasted on both sides and then cooked with lower heat until cooked.Reduce the temperature of the grill to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, or--If it is a luxurious model, there are separate heating elements on both sides-Set one side at high temperature and the other side at medium heat.
Test your steak by inserting momentsRead the thermometer horizontally into a thick muscle.120 to 125 degrees Fahrenheit, medium steakRare steak should read 125 to 130 F, medium steak should read 130 to 135 F.Thin steak is hard to measure in an instantRead the thermometer, so judge by the eye, or, if necessary, cut a thermometer in a place that is not noticeable to check if it is not.
Thin, supermarket-Steak with a high cut of 1/2 to 3/4 on the grillHot temperature function, but should avoid if your grill is lowTemperature change.If you don't cook them well, it's hard to brown them fully.To improve the Brown effect of the electric grill, when cooking the steak, rotate the steak in place like a watch.
Unlike the real Grill, the only brown color comes from the hot grate itself, and rotating the steak will make its surface more in contact with the bar.If your grill does not have a removable drip tray, you can speed up the cleaning with heavy paddingTariff aluminum foil.Some manufacturers explicitly recommend not to do so, so check your owner's manual to make sure it fits your grill.
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