BBQing fanatics who crave that great BBQ flavor that only outside Barbequing can offer today have many choices to bring BBQing inside. They can now enjoy it all year, no matter the season it is or where they live.

Indoor BBQing Machines - How to Do It

Slow Cooker - This is one device that allows the enthusiast to make great slow-cooked barbeque recipes. Pork, Steaks and BBQ beef is slow cooked over the course of the day and offers excellent results. Meals like corn on the cob and baked beans can be produced a half an hour before meal time for a great inside BBQ experience.

Contact grills have been available for years and marketed in numerous sizes and styles. They are great for making steaks, burgers, seafood, kabobs and more. Most of the new models use removable plates for simple clean up.

Open Grill - These appliances offer true grilling that imitates outdoor BBQing. Most come with a lid to help manage the smoke and steam connected to Barbequing and some offer smokeless machines. Others should be converted to a griddle for pancakes or other dishes.

Here is a sample recipe to create an indoor BBQ for twofor those aficionados that do not have the desire to invest in such products.

The essential to perfect roasted corn on the cob is to soak it with their husks on for two hours. Make sure to take away the silk before you soak it. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and put the soaked cobs in their husks on the rack. Grill for half an hour, turning every five minutes or so till the corn is soft. When done, remove it away and set it aside.

Broiled Steak

While the corn is grilling, prepare these things in a large plastic bag. A third of a cup canola oil, 2 tablespoons brown sugar, 2 teaspoons minced garlic, a couple teaspoons granulated garlic, a teaspoon of rosemary, one teaspoon thyme, a single teaspoon of black pepper, a single teaspoon red pepper, 1 teaspoon of chili powder and half a teaspoon of dry mustard. Mix well. Put steaks in bag covering the meat thoroughly with the ingredients. Sear the two sides of the steaks in a hot frying pan.

When the corn on the cob is done, heat the oven upto 375ºF. Place the seared steaks on a pan and prep till they get to the optimal temperature 165ºF. Prep five to six minutes for medium, even less for rare, more for well done.

Serve your indoor barbeque with baked beans or coleslaw and Texas toast. For a twist, serve the corn on the cob with butter. Some ideas for the butter include:

Peppered Honey - three tablespoons of melted unsalted butter, a half teaspoon of honey, a quarter teaspoon salt, and a single teaspoon lime juice.

Ctrus Butter - 3 tablespoons of melted unsalted butter, one-quarter teaspoon of salt, one-half teaspoon of onion powder, and 1 teaspoon lemon juice.

This food will certainly bring back memories of a picnic in the park!

Robert B. Thrall recently served a bit of at his big game Cookout in Joliet, IL. His pals all said he is making for an encore next year.

Author's Bio: 

Always looking for the next best thing, Yahaira had no time for a family instead she had taken her writing to the next level (Public).