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Some ovens only have a broiler drawer, but if your broiler is actually in your oven cavity, set your rack anywhere from 4 to 8 inches from the heat, depending on how quickly you want the food to cook (4 inches away is like high to moderately high heat on the grill).
Regardless of the type of broiler you use, arrange the food on the broiler pan that comes with the oven (it has ridges so excess fat drips down into a lower cavity) or on a sturdy rimmed baking sheet. If you’re not a big fan of scrubbing, line the pans with foil first.
But you don’t even have to invest in special equipment. Just use this DIY method: First, open a window or turn on a fan. Next, line a wok or disposable aluminum pan with heavy-duty foil, the spread out small dry hardwood chips (such as applewood) on top. Top the chips with another sheet of foil and then a rack. Cover your rack with foil and poke holes in the top.