Yes, they are identical. Both roasting and broiling are the same process of cooking food over a high heat source.
Broiling is a type of roasting, but roasting is not the same as broiling. The difference is that when using the word “roast,” it’s usually used to describe food that has been grilled, but not eaten. Like with a roast, when you “broil” food, you cook it in the open air.
Unlike a roast, when you broil food, you don’t really get to see the food in its finished state. The food is cooked on a grill, and then turned over so that the juices drip onto the food. When broiling, the food is actually cooked over-and-under. You don’t really see the food, instead you know it’s done because once the juices start to run out of the food, the food is ready to eat.
Cooking food on a grill or stove is a very simple process. You just want the food to be very evenly cooked and the juices to be nicely rendered. The juices you see on the grill are actually the cooking juices. The fact that we see them as they happen tells us that the food is not actually being cooked on a gas or electric grill, but instead is being heated on an open fire (and it’s not really being cooked at all).
The meat is not really cooked on the grill, but rather is slowly cooked over the open fire. The meat isn’t actually being roasted but rather is slowly cooked over the fire. This is actually a bit different than a broiling method in that you don’t actually get any heat from the flames. It’s simply a method of cooking meat on a fire.
The meat is not actually being cooked on the grill, but rather is slowly cooked over the fire. This is actually a bit different than a broiling method in that you dont actually get any heat from the flames. Its simply a method of cooking meat on a fire.
The main difference is that the meat is being cooked on a grill. There is also a difference in the heat and the method of cooking. A broiler is a method of cooking meat on a griddle.
Some people claim that roasting a meat on a fire is the same as broiling. I disagree. If you use the right method, you can get the same result. Using a grill on a grill is a more complicated method of cooking than roasting a meat on a fire.
It’s important to note that roasting a meat on a grill is not the same as broiling it. In fact, many people consider roasting a meat on a fire as the better option. Broiling is not a good way to brown a meat.
So the answer is a resounding “no.” So why is roasting a meat on a fire considered so much better? It is because you can get the same result with roasting a meat on a griddle. Why? Because you’re using the right method. Roasting is a method of cooking meat on a grill that is not the same as broiling. This isn’t a perfect analogy, but it is a good example that illustrates the difference.