No Grill, No Problem

seth-bp2Grilling is a summer ritual. As the autumnal breezes signal the end of “grill season,” there is still a way to capture the magic of a summer grill-out from within the confines of your kitchen’s four walls.

Many will suggest investing in a cast iron grill pan. Don’t. In order to get any kind of char using a grill pan, you have to use an incredibly high heat, filling your house with smoke the minute you put protein to pan. There are other ways to pack your house with a bounty of food that will make you forget about that lonely, covered grill on the patio awaiting its springtime revival.

Perfect brats, Italian sausage, and any other raw, cased meats can be achieved using a simple 5/5/5 rule. Throw your sausage in frying pan over medium-high heat and let it ride for five minutes. Flip them over and crisp that casing up for another five minutes. Next, pour in some beer until the liquid touches about a third of the way up the side of the sausage. Cover and let the sausages braise in that liquid for five additional minutes. That’s it. Take them out and do with them what you will. I like mine on a toasted bun with ketchup and mayo because I’m weird.

Burgers over (or under in this case) an open flame can be achieved without the use of the grill by taking advantage of that little-used broil setting on your oven. Turn your broiler to high and place a rack in your oven three inches from the flame. Form your burger patties at a thickness of about ¾-inch, press a shallow dimple in the middle of each patty with your thumb, and season liberally with salt and pepper. Place the burgers on a rimmed baking sheet directly beneath the flame and broil for three minutes. Flip the burgers, and continue to broil for another three minutes or until the internal temperature reaches 130-degrees for a medium-rare burger. I prepare my burger like they do at Roebling Tea Room in Brooklyn: toasted (on both sides) sesame seed bun, bacon, runny egg, and gruyere cheese. Hashtag heart-attack.

Don’t let the onset of crap-weather deter you from summertime food. It’s easy to transform your kitchen in order to prepare charcoal-friendly recipes in the off-season. Get creative, think outside the box, and if all else fails, throw on a jacket and fire up that grill.

Grill me with your questions on Twitter @SethUnger.

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