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Indoor Barbecue Recipes

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Weather washing out your cookout plans? You have the tools you need for an indoor barbecue in your kitchen right now. Think: oven-roasted ribs, saucy BBQ chicken, charred burgers, and juicy steaks. In these recipes, your slow cooker and broiler become all-weather stand-ins for the grill.

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Rosemary-Rubbed Rib-Eye with Charred Red Onions

Trade your picnic table for the dinner table in this steak dinner. A searingly hot grill pan ensures those sought-after grill marks on the steak, despite being cooked under a broiler.

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Slow Cooker Pulled-Pork Sandwiches

These saucy sandwiches are perfect for when you have the gang over for game night. The sauce is excellent as written, but check the reviews for ideas on how to dial it up or add a touch of smokiness.

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Beer-Braised Bratwursts with Pickle Juice Slaw

A tangy cabbage and carrot slaw is a knockout topping for juicy braised then broiled bratwursts. Long pretzel rolls make an unexpected substitute for the hoagie rolls, if you can find them.

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Braised Country Style Ribs

Broiled until browned, then braised with beer and aromatic vegetables, these ribs absorb tons of flavor. The braising liquid is reduced into a sweet-and-salty sauce for glazing and drizzling over the ribs.

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Burgers with Sun-Dried-Tomato Mayo

Summer may be synonymous with burgers, but it’s not the only time you can fire one up. These burgers cook quickly under the broiler and the flavorful sun-dried tomato mayo means you won’t miss your usual tomato slice.

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Maple & Chipotle Broiler-Barbecued Chicken Thighs

This dish makes it easy to mimic the flavor of barbecued chicken with your oven broiler. Between the smoky spice rub and the sweet-hot barbecue sauce, you'll never miss the grill.

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Slow-Cooked Memphis Ribs

Slow roasting in the oven yields a rib that's just as tender and succulent as ribs cooked on a grill. Rubbed with the zesty Memphis spice blend, they’re close cousins to ribs cooked on a backyard BBQ pit.

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Pulled Slow-Cooker Chicken

This sauce—so good you’ll be glad to have leftovers—features less sugar than traditional barbecue sauces, but is still pleasantly sweet with a touch of heat.

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