Indoor grilling provides the home chef with an opportunity to drain off a great deal of the fat that you'd get by sautéing or pan frying your meats. Most indoor grills have a surface that's set at an angle. This design allows the fats from your grilled beef and chicken to run off and away from the meat into a drip pan. Make sure that during cleanup you always empty and wash the drip pan. And if you want to waste not, save the flavorful fat drippings to add to a homemade soup stocks for an extra punch of taste.