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How to Broil



Follow these four easy steps to better broiling.

Broiling is a great method for getting grill-like results in the kitchen. Both grilling and broiling are fast and easy, and both use direct, high heat to brown and cook food. Broiling is like grilling, then, only turned on its head. In this video you’ll learn how to broil in four easy steps. You’ll get great tips for preparing your meat in advance, for trimming fat to avoid flare-ups, and for preventing your meat from curling up under the broiler. You’ll discover how to keep lean chicken and fish moist under the intense heat of the broiler. You’ll also learn how to prep the broiling pan and get advice for making cleanup time fast and easy. You’ll also see a great trick for broiling meat without a broiler pan. We’ll show you how close to the heat source your food should be and where to set your cooking rack. You’ll learn which foods cook best at close range and which need a few extra inches distance from the heat source. You’ll find out why it’s best to use tongs when turning broiled meat and chicken and a wide spatula for turning broiled fish. You’ll learn at what temperature broiled steaks, chicken, and fish (like salmon and tilapia) are done and why you should allow meats to rest after removing them from the broiler.

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43 Comments

  1. Alex Boivin says:

    Music is too loud

  2. Debbie Gaines says:

    Do you close the oven door or leave it partially open?

  3. Patricia Allerton says:

    Broiler ….. = The Grill (U.K.)

  4. FishinWithMikee says:

    my oven caught on fire wth did I do wrong

  5. dritzzdourden1 says:

    Such professional and excellent instructions.๐Ÿ‘

  6. Skin White says:

    What temperature????

  7. Mr. Kasshu says:

    Thank you. I'm not getting rid of my meat fat though.

  8. Justin Murray says:

    So grilling… pfff

  9. greaserleo says:

    This is called Grilling.

  10. Adrian Martin says:

    Thank you

  11. The Lee Williams Show says:

    This information was helpful. I wish u would have emphasized keeping the door open to prevent burning. Also, the burning and popping and coming in contact with the element scares me. This is why I donโ€™t using that top rack. I like the 2nd one.

  12. Robert Conroy says:

    When broiling should the oven door be open or closed. For and electric I thought slightly open. Also one part of this video used a glass dish, I am not sure if glass should be used under a broiler?

  13. CaptKeo says:

    I load up chicken wings into the pressure cooker as it keeps them moist then pour Soy sauce on them in a shallow pan under the broiler watching them close to brown and crisp the skin sealing in the moisture.

  14. robert rodriguez says:

    I always put the bake button lol, is that bad?

  15. Cool. I did it the other day, worked perfectly! It was so simple and easy to do, I'm going to cook all my steaks like this for now on.

  16. 0 MuRillO says:

    Don't try to serve that so called done fish to sr Gordon Ramsay.

  17. YIR 93 says:

    Thank u for posting… Great tips!

  18. Anais Hilator says:

    That said make sure you have a heavy duty sheet pan that won't warp under the heat

  19. Anais Hilator says:

    Wait I'm confused what's the point of using the top rack on the broiler If you're just gonna cover it in foil ? May as well just place the meat in the covered pan or just use the sheet pan/rack setup

  20. Danika Soesilo says:

    we will not be coming back

  21. Danika Soesilo says:

    thatโ€™s an oven you hack

  22. puppywanter502 says:

    She committed a cooking sin, that was not a spatula, no, in fact it was actually a turner. ๐Ÿ‘Œ

  23. Rachel R says:

    Thank you allrecipes! I'm embarrassed that I didn't really use or know how to use "the broiler" before so yeahhhh thx!๐Ÿ˜

  24. Arvi says:

    Damn my oven doesn't have broiler. Are broilers mostly on electric oven? All gas oven I see has no broil. Thanks.

  25. MMOByte says:

    This is actually incredibly helpful, thank you!

  26. Olivia Green says:

    I had no idea what broiling was, i thought when you broil something it goes in that little mystery drawer underneath your oven that holds all your pans hahaha

  27. Shanaya Hydari says:

    Could you please provide me advice on how to preheat the broiler?

  28. Courtland Summers says:

    Thank you. I needed this because this is my 1st time broiling ham.

  29. Ashley Rowzee says:

    Thanks I used it to melt some cheese on a meal. My husband was SO happy about how it turned out.

  30. Zouheir ุฒู‡ูŠุฑ says:

    Awesome thanks for the video

  31. Kate Somerville says:

    My broiler says Hi or Lo, no temp. Need it because digital Bake icon not working.

  32. Nye Nye says:

    Great tips. Thank you!

  33. Alvi Syahri says:

    Huh, I always thought that was called Grilling in all English. Never thought that the US English, which I thought I've been studying was the different one here.

  34. Vikas Jajpuria says:

    temperature for otg and mode plz

  35. True Talk says:

    โ˜๏ธ๐Ÿ‘€๐Ÿ‘‚ Americans rub, 22% aluminum under their armpits using antiperspirant deodorant to…

    Something about tin foil,

    exAMEN๐ŸŒˆFIRM'amen'T,

  36. Hidden _Fear416 says:

    USA – Never learned how to broil. Have a recipe that recommends broiling after its finished baked. So I wanted to figure out what the hell this is too

  37. Jacqueline Grandemange says:

    Had to look up โ€˜what is broiling?โ€™ I have lived in uk, South Africa, and now in Australia and itโ€™s always been known in all these parts of the world as GRILLING. Lol trust the USA to have their own name for it.

  38. Saul C says:

    Yahโ€™ll saving virgin dishes, bless up.

  39. So, grilling?

  40. oopsididitagain says:

    Or, bare with me, ๐š๐š›๐š’๐š•๐š•.

  41. TrainerAQ says:

    Do I set to Hi Normal or Low? There is no temp setting on broil!?

  42. Lala K says:

    Stop eating meat!!!!

  43. Keshawn Lit says:

    Instructions unclear got dick stuck in the ice machine

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