Destanee Fournier Grill Pan March 09th, 2017 - 13:53:15
A second factor for selecting the right food is that it should be low in fat. Grilling fatty pieces of meat on an outdoor grill is easily managed and the smoke that is generated from the fat dripping onto the charcoal adds a great depth of flavor. However, grilling that same fatty piece of meat on a grill pan will simply fill your kitchen up with thick smoke. Staying with the example of steak, when grilling indoors it is preferable to cook a lean steak such as a New York strip over a more fatty cut such as a ribeye.
No matter what team we root for, we all enjoy the great taste of a burger, hot dog, or brat on game day over the grill. But due to conditions like cold, snow, and rain, some of us are not as able to grill these tasty game day treats as others in the lower southern states. However, that is where great things like a cast iron grill comes in handy.
Grilling is a form of cooking food by directly applying dry heat to the food. It consists of grill, pan which is much similar to frying pan and griddle which is heated from the lower part. If it is used for cooking the food then the heat transfer is due to thermal radiation while the heat transfer involves direct conduction if griddle or pan is used.
Grilling fish on a stovetop using a grill pan allows you to quickly and easily grill food indoors without requiring much of your time in the kitchen. Plus, you get a fantastic way to low in fat foods. You`ll love that charred or slightly "burnt" appetizing look on the surface of your fish steaks which at the same time gives your fish additional texture and flavor. I hope the tips will help you cook fish on a grill pan using a stove top correctly. But if you`ve never pan-grilled fish ever, get started now!