Grilling inside doesn’t mean you have to give up your charcoal.
If you're stuck in a cold, dreary city, or you don't have access to an outdoor grill, but you're still craving that delicious, smokey flavor you get from charcoal grilling, this tip is gonna change your life. The secret is this. Japanese charcoal. [MUSIC] [MUSIC] This is Suomi, they burn way hotter than everyday charcoal. They're actually designed to be used on table top Japanese grills. But my hack is using a cast iron skillet. So the first thing I need to do is I need to take my charcoal to an open flame, so I'm gonna use the stove top, and I'm gonna get them white hot and And glowing, once they're kind of white and glowing you're gonna flip them, and you want them to look the exact same way on the opposite side. All right, my coals are white hot, so I'm gonna go ahead and keep my cast iron skillet on a burner, because it's not. And I'm gonna go ahead and take a heat proof cooking rack and place ti right over the top. I'm gonna make some sausage and peppers, but of course you can make whatever you'd like [SOUND] Toss. [BLANK_AUDIO] I mean this is incredible. I'm indoors, there is virtually no smoke. The only smoke that there is is what's coming off my sausage and peppers. [MUSIC] Got my peppers, I got my onions. [MUSIC] And just like that with a little help from my cast iron skillet and Japanese charcoal I have all the benefits of outdoor grilling indoors. [MUSIC]