Baking on A Grill

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Solar98632
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Baking on A Grill

Post by Solar98632 » Sat Jun 13, 2015 5:33 pm

:!: Warning : Not all Grills have sepperat burners so methods may need to adjusted accordingly :!:

Some grills alL cook hot even on a lower setting.

Ok on ward on this Culinary Delectable Delights.

First is the type of gril I have.
It is the Char Broil 46346115 series which has individual burners that allows for better control of the heat.

Second there are 2 types of Cooking Direct heat and in direct cooking.

We all do direct cooking on the bbq when we grill up that nice juicy steak
And hambergers.

Now there is a second method called indirect cooking.
On all grills we have a burner or in this case four plus the outer one, that can be controlled. Seperately.

It is this control that allows me to use the gro
grill like a mini oven where I am able to bake things like breads, cakes ,and cookies.

You can bake in grill so as long as you can get controll over the heat or keep a very dilljga t watch on it.
It takes practice and a timer and you will burn a few things on your first try.
Oh and a big hint..GET A THERMOMETER! It will save you grief in the long run.

Ps , Troy my phone take 3 megs at the smallest size.
Long Live the "Cookie" : Off Grid Style Baking: http://youtu.be/tthfqatV3sI

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Re: Baking on A Grill

Post by Ksfixitman » Sun Oct 04, 2015 10:27 am

Very nice post. A lot of good info.

I myself just tried some indirect cooking a couple weeks ago on a roast on a charcoal grill. Fire on the left and meat wrapped in foil and put on the right side. It worked very well.

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Re: Baking on A Grill

Post by techman » Tue Oct 06, 2015 4:13 pm

Thank you very much for sharing this. I may try my hand at grill baking myself in the coming weeks. I am thinking about bringing Melanie home and will need the ability to bake. I dont have an oven at this time but I do have a full sized gas grill.

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Re: Baking on A Grill

Post by Solar98632 » Wed Oct 07, 2015 10:38 am

Yup, even a woman likes to bake and cook for her man from time to time.
I have backed all kinds of things ranging from Breads to Cakes.
my next at hand will be to try a pie:) hey if the power goes out here at least I can still prepare Christmas dinner lol:)

but all in all when I was in the Job Corp we had to learn all kinds of methods for cooking.
I will try to share some recipes too.. when I get the time.

That emergency bread in a can sure is tasty though..

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Re: Baking on A Grill

Post by techman » Wed Oct 07, 2015 11:51 am

Cool, please do share. Thanks

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