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Indoor Electric Grilling Made Easy

Updated on August 4, 2016

Indoor Electric Grilling

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Grilling During Summertime

Summertime is here and there’s lots of outdoor grilling going on in parks, backyards and campgrounds. Most people like outdoor grilling using either charcoal or propane, but when summer is over, you can’t use these kinds of grills indoors.

Indoor Grilling Made Easy

Electric grills can be used for both indoors and outdoors. When using indoor grills, like outdoor ones, you can grill many different kinds of foods like chicken, salmon and other kinds of fish, bratwursts, hot dogs and more. Certain kinds of electric grills, remove fat from hamburgers, chicken, and bratwursts, which helps reduce the amount of fat in your blood.

Indoor Grilling is Easier Than Traditional Outdoor Grills

Being able to use electric grills doesn’t take as much time to grill as using outdoor ones that use propane or charcoal. With the electric grill everything grills right through the food within minutes. Also, they leave no mess on the stove, they’re easier to clean, and care for, as well. On the other hand, charcoal leaves a black residue and propane can be dangerous if you aren’t careful.

Grilling Meat And Vegetables on a Stick

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Grilling Skinless Chicken Using an Indoor Electric Grill

Recently, when I bought my indoor electric grill, I grilled skinless chicken and it took only ten minutes. By the time it was done, it had the right amount of juice and tenderness that added that special flavor to it.

Grilling Skinless Chicken Breasts Indoor

It Only Take Minutes to Heat Up The Grill

What I like about these kinds of grills is that you don’t have to wait for it to be ready, but when you plug it in, it only takes a couple of minutes to heat up. It’s perfect for apartments and indoors if you love grilled food. Also, they come in different sizes depending on what you like. Some come in family sizes serving four to six people or for people who are single serving two people. You can use these grills on your patio or porch, as well. Here is a recipe that I make in the summertime! It’s low calorie and low in fat too!

Grilled Apple Chicken Salad

Ingredients:

1/3 package of green leafy lettuce

3 stalks of celery, cut into small cubes

1 medium sized apple, chopped into small cubes

2 tablespoons of raisins

2 tablespoons of walnuts

2 tablespoons of dried, Ocean Spray Cranberries

2-3 ounce skinless chicken breast grilled

Instructions:

Add lettuce, chopped celery, apples, raisins, walnuts, cranberries, on a medium-sized plate. Slice grilled chicken and put on top of salad. Use any kind of low calorie, low carb salad dressing of your choice.

Makes 1 serving

Grilled Chicken Apple Salad

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