Grill Outdoors, Even If the Recipe Calls for an Oven
Warmer weather is the perfect time to spread out your grill and start cooking outdoors. However, your grill is more versatile than you think. With Consumer Reports, for example, you can use it to make just about any recipe that requires an oven.
Just preheat your grill to the temperature indicated in your recipe. Then set one burner to medium or high and the other to low. Place the ingredients on a low-heat burner, being careful to keep the lid as closed as possible to maintain a constant temperature. This method is best used with chicken, ribs, and larger cuts of meat, although you can try it with other dishes that you would otherwise cook in the oven.
If your recipe requires fried potatoes (such as steak, burgers, vegetables, chops, and shrimp), you can simply grill them as usual, keeping the lid closed. For more information, check out the full post at the link below.
Use your gas grill as a stove | Consumer reports