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Thursday, December 8, 2011

what about frozen steaks under the broiler?

I had never cooked any steak under the broiler, let alone frozen steak.

As I said in my last post, I like my steaks grilled from a frozen solid state; it turns out good that way.

Besides, that saves the hassle of having to defrost them!

I wondered how frozen steaks would turn out, cooked under the broiler.

After all, a broiler is just an upside down grill, right?

Put the top rack closest to the top BEFORE you turn the broiler on.

Then broil the steaks, turn once, broil some more until done. That's it!

I used the Lodge 12 inch square grill pan, which doubles as a broiler pan.

can you grill frozen steaks on a volcano?

As you can see from the picture, it had snowed.

And as a result, my propane grill in the backyard was covered in snow.

I wanted to grill steaks for dinner, but not in the middle of the snow!

I've decided that I like my steaks grilled from a frozen solid state; they turn out juicy and medium rare.

But I had never used a volcano stove to grill frozen steaks (only defrosted steaks).

So, I would soon find out that a volcano stove is indeed fine for grilling frozen steak.

Of course, you can't really marinate a frozen steak. I just add garlic salt and pepper afterwards.