How Do You Broil Steak In A Gas Oven?
When it’s too cold to make steaks on the grill, you can use your gas oven to broil the meat. Broilers work nearly the same way as grills, but food is placed beneath the flame rather than above it. Not all broilers function the same way. Gas stoves remain closed while cooking, but broilers must be kept slightly open to prevent overheating, and may fill a kitchen with smoke. Use a gas oven to prepare steak almost like you would on an outdoor grill. Set the oven temperature to “broil.” Allow the broiler to preheat for five minutes. Open the broiler compartment–a fold-down door located under the oven. Place your broiling pan into the preheated broiler compartment and close. Allow the pan to heat for five minutes. Lightly brush your steak with olive oil. This will keep the steak from sticking to the broiling pan. Do not soak your steak in oil, or it will burn. Remove the broiling pan from the broiler and gently place your steak on the pan. Position the broiling pan by sliding the pan’s edg