Warmer weather is the perfect time to break out your barbecue and start cooking outdoors. Your barbecue is more versatile than you realise, though. For example, Consumer Reports you can use it to cook pretty much any recipe that calls for an oven.
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Simply preheat the barbecue to the temperature called for in your recipe. Then, adjust one burner to medium or high, and one to low. Throw your ingredients over the low heat burner, keeping the lid closed as much as possible to keep the temperature consistent. This method is best used to chicken, ribs and larger cuts of meat — although you can give it a try with other meals you'd otherwise pop in the oven.
If your recipe calls for a broiler (such as for steak, burgers, vegetables, chops and prawns), you can just barbecue it as normal, keeping the lid closed as much as you can. For more details, check out the full post linked below.
Use Your Gas Grill Like a Stove [Consumer Reports]