- a pan, grill, etc. for broiling
- the part of a stove designed for broiling
- a young chicken suitable for broiling
Meat and vegetables in a broiler ready to be broiled.
- An example of a broiler is the top heating element of an electric oven.
- An example of a broiler is a young chicken.
The definition of a broiler is the part of a stove for cooking at high heat, or a chicken ideal for being broiled.
- One that broils, especially a small oven or the part of a stove used for broiling food.
- A tender young chicken suitable for broiling.
- If when pinched between your thumb and index finger the muscle part of the meat feels fleshy, it still needs another minute or so in the broiler.
- Alternatively, you can broil them in the broiler for about five minutes on each side, but watch them carefully to avoid overcooking.
- This approach is a little more complicated because the tails need to be strategically placed in the broiler for optimal results.
- The broiler pan has several small holes to ensure even broiling and to remove excess meat fat during cooking.
- Broiling times range from 3 to 18 minutes depending on the size of the cut and how hot your broiler can get.