Indoor Grilling For Dummies by Tere Stouffer Drenth

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Heard about the phenomenon called indoor grilling? From open or covered electric grills to contact grills, grill pans, and cooktop inserts, there are all kinds of indoor grilling options that are inexpensive to purchase, take little time to clean up, and store conveniently out of sight. Best of all, whether it’s a bright, sunny day, a rainy afternoon, or a cold, wintry night, you can still enjoy mouthwatering, healthy meals any time you’re in the mood to grill!

Indoor Grilling For Dummies takes you from beginner to master griller with a dash of humor, a splash of good fun, and lots of sizzling recipes. If you’re already an indoor grill owner, you’ll find ways to perfect your technique and expand your menus. Step-by-step guidance shows you how to:Choose the right indoor grillSpeak a griller’s languageClean and maintain your grillSelect the best accessoriesCook for better healt h and great taste! & lt;/ul>

While indoor grilling isn’t rocket science, it isn’t a cakewalk either. This easy-to-follow guide gives you tips and tricks for grilling indoors like a pro, from warming the grill and selecting the right temperature to the secret to grilling success (marinating). Plus, you get dozens of fast, delicious, hassle-free recipes for everything from sausage to fajitas, barbecued pork tenderloin to brandied turkey, and grilled mushrooms to chicken Caesar salad. You’ll also discover how to:Create tasty appetizers and to-die-for dessertsCook safely on a patio or balconyAdd a boost of flavor to every dish with marinades, sauces, and rubsBuy, store, and handle meat, poultry, and seafoodChoose veggies and fruits that are great for the grillPrepare for a special occasion

Featuring expert advice on reducing fat and calories in grilled foods, using grilled foods in sandwiches and wraps, and serving up a party with a meal that your guests will remember, Indoor Grilling For Dummies has all the buying and cooking tips you need to become an indoor griller extraordinaire!


About Tere Stouffer Drenth

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Lucy Wing, former food editor at McCall's and Country Living magazine, has been writing about grilling for ten years. Tere Drenth, a freelance writer and award-winning editor, grills nearly every day.
Published April 27, 2011 by For Dummies. 243 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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