Grilling Indoors for Game Day

In keeping with the spirit of the first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl next weekend, we rounded up a few grilled favorites that make great game-day eats no matter what the temperature. If you're not down with donning gloves though, never fear; all these recipes can also be made indoors on a grill pan.

Rachael's mini burgers can feed a crowd and only take 16 minutes to come together. They're spiced up with chipotle peppers, onions and grill seasoning, then topped with smoky cheddar cheese and a homemade fire-roasted ketchup.

These skewered appetizers are easy to make and can be prepped ahead of time. Tyler threads strips of beef tenderloin onto soaked skewers, coating the meat in a yogurt, ginger and garlic marinade. Once sufficiently marinated in the fridge, he grills the beef skewers until they're nicely seared, then piles them onto a platter for serving.

Pat and Gina Neely make a homemade smoked paprika mayo to serve with these pork-filled sliders. Chorizo and ground pork make up the meat mixture and a piece of crispy bacon takes its place atop each finished patty.

Grilled Shrimp With Orange-Habanero Mojo

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Photo by: Con Poulos

Con Poulos

A homemade mojo sauce is easier to do than you might think. Just whisk together orange juice, olive oil, pickled habaneros, finely chopped garlic, cilantro, mustard, and salt and pepper. Drizzle atop grilled shrimp for an appetizer that brings just a bit of heat.

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