flatbread on indoor charbroiler
i am considering buying a wolf gas range with a charbroiler built in infrared grill on top. it replaces a set of burners. has anyone used one to bake flatbreads like naan or focaccia? i love the results of baking flatbread and pizza in a weber kettle grill, but never seem to actually get around to doing it! when i do use the weber, i use charcoal and smoking chips, and cover it with the lid, so i don't know how much that is responsible for the delicious flavor. i also wonder if an outdoor gas grill would be so much more convenient that i might use it more than charcoal, and would a gas grill have enough smoke flavor? i notice the olive oil on top of focaccia is especially good at picking up the smoke flavor. by the way, i just use a peel to put dough directly onto the weber grate, not a baking stone. then bake it covered. i guess i would have to cover the indoor grill with some sort of oblong baking pan as a lid, or flip the bread to cook both sides.