|Topic:||Re:Re:Re:BBQ Charcoal - Query|
|Posted by:||Roy Gillett|
|It's not rocket science to BBQ properly|
Firstly, DON'T use starter fluids. Use a starter chimney; if you haven't got one, use one of those bag things. If you must use lighter fuel or a bag, WAIT until the starter has completely burned off and the coals are covered in white ash--in the dark they may glow a bit. 20 minutes or so. Another good reason for using a chimney is that it takes a lot less time to get ready.
Secondly DON'T put the grill right down near the coals. Most grills I know have a number of cooking positions. I almost never use the lowest; that's where you cook you want a steak "bleu" (which I never do). It's perfectly possible to cook food through properly on the middle or top position
One tip. If you're doing chicken bits, blatt them in the microwave for a couple of minutes first to get the insides started then crisp them up on the grill.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|BBQ Charcoal - Query||29/07/10 08:40:00||Jim Wong|
|Re:BBQ Charcoal - Query||29/07/10 09:42:00||Emma Daniels|
|Re:BBQ Charcoal - Query||29/07/10 13:13:00||Roy Gillett|
|Re:Re:BBQ Charcoal - Query||29/07/10 15:15:00||Jim Wong|
|Re:BBQ Charcoal - Query||29/07/10 20:57:00||Dave Hughes|
|Re:Re:BBQ Charcoal - Query||29/07/10 22:41:00||Ian M Green|
|Re:Re:Re:BBQ Charcoal - Query||29/07/10 22:56:00||Roy Gillett|