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  Subject :Indoor Grilling
12/27/2010 06:46 
rachel
Joined: 12/13/2010 22:09
Posts: 39
I love grilled food. I love the flavor and moistness of the chicken and steaks done on a grill. The problem is with indoor grilling. The george forman is a complete waste of times (though Leah Schapira from the Ami has some great panini ideas for it.) I use a good high quality teflon grill pan. I especially checked up cooks illustrated to get a highly reviewed pan as my old pan was rubbish. The results are just not that good. The chicken recipe I use for outdoor grills comes out way too dry. I never is ready on the inside until it has no moisture left. I try covering the pan but it does not help. Anyone know of any good ideas.
Last Edited On: 12/28/2010 02:20 By rachel
  Subject :Re:Indoor Grilling
12/27/2010 11:28 
LeahS [Admin]
Joined: 12/13/2010 19:41
Posts: 57
The trick is to pound the cutlets very very thin, so that you cut the cooking time in half. Also a little oil in the marinade keeps it moist. I'm writing up an article about it in Ami Magazine, so look out for it...
And don't forget to heat the pan up very well before you put the chicken on the pan.
  Subject :Re:Indoor Grilling
12/27/2010 18:35 
CookMama
Joined: 12/13/2010 19:47
Posts: 59
When grilling chicken cutlets in order to keep it moist, I like to baste the chicken as it grills over and over again. I do this many times. I like to use a terriyaki sauce. You can use anything that you like but it must be a wet sauce.
  Subject :Re:Indoor Grilling
02/04/2011 12:01 
CookMama
Joined: 12/13/2010 19:47
Posts: 59
On the subject of indoor grillling, this week in the Ami Magazine-Ami Living, Leah Schapira-Cook350- posted some great ideas for grilling indoors. I tried out the grilled chicken; delicious and very moist. Try it!
  Subject :Re:Indoor Grilling
02/05/2011 14:21 
Doctor
Joined: 12/14/2010 20:55
Posts: 22
I love grilling on my griddle pan. The problem is the whole downstairs smells of grilling after supper. I always put on my exhaust fan (the fan over the stove) but it only helps a bit. Anyone got any ideas to grill without a leftover smell?
  Subject :Re:Indoor Grilling
02/20/2011 03:33 
rachel
Joined: 12/13/2010 22:09
Posts: 39
Leah Schapira's article in the ami on grilling indoors was amazing. Her recipe for grilled flat bread is so good that I make it every time I grill (it works in a frying pan as well). It is a simple hand kneaded dough that you roll out, brush with oil and grill!
  Subject :Re:Indoor Grilling
03/03/2011 18:29 
LeahS [Admin]
Joined: 12/13/2010 19:41
Posts: 57
I'm glad you all enjoyed it.
Here is the article as it appeared in Ami Magazine:
http://www.cookkosher.com/index.php?option=com_zoo&task=item&item_id=43&Itemid=8
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