Try grilling strawberries, watermelon, pineapple and stone fruit on a grill pan inside. Unlike on a traditional grill, you won’t lose the juices and sugars that caramelize and provide extra flavor, especially when the fruit is not as sweet or ripe as you might want. (Photo for The Washington Post by Tom McCorkle)

Try grilling strawberries, watermelon, pineapple and stone fruit on a grill pan inside. Unlike on a traditional grill, you won’t lose the juices and sugars that caramelize and provide extra flavor, especially when the fruit is not as sweet or ripe as you might want. (Photo for The Washington Post by Tom McCorkle)

How to use a grill pan, whether you’re inside or outdoors

So how do you make the most of this grilling tool? Check out these five tips to get you started.

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