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What is your special BBQ Recipe or Dish?

jarica Avatar
8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
As we are coming into the wonderful BBQ season I was wondering if anyone has any extra special recipes or dishes they like to do?

Please share them with us. Anything really from glazes to BBq'ing a mars bar!

I am new to the whole cooking a BBQ myself thing but one of my favourites is Pork and Apple sausages on the BBQ (beware they tend to explode a little!).
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Some nice chicken breasts, marinated in some hot and spicy peri peri sauce overnight and then cooked on the BBQ.....mmmmmmmmm delicious !!
#2
steak marinated in soysauce chinese five spice and a little bit chilli mmmmmmmmm lovely
#3
Hi this may sound odd but i always boil the sausages for around 5-6 mins before BBQ'ing this draws out the fat and stops the BBQ spitting it also means that the sausages once browned on the BBQ are cook all the way through not just on the outside, you can cook them from cold or straight from the boil!!

http://i294.photobucket.com/albums/mm114/THE_MOMMA/sausage1.jpg
#4
chicken glazed in honey
banned#5
Hot spicy barbecue chicken wings
Serves 4

Ingredients • 8 chicken wings • 2 teaspoons of jerk seasoning • 3 tbsp of barbecue sauce • Salt and pepper • Mixed herbs • A squeeze of fresh lemon juice

Method:
1. Preheat oven to 220°C, gas mark 7.
2. Mix all the seasoning ingredients together and rub them over the chicken.
3. Place on baking tray and cook in the oven for 30 minutes.

Then place on BBQ for a quick sizzle
#6
Thick Tuna Steaks, fresh ones from fishmongers, mmmmmmm
#7
Food... burnt.
#8
seancampbell
Food... burnt.


NOHIN LIKE A BIT OF CHARCOAL TO FILL YA UP.
#9
TOOLULA
Hi this may sound odd but i always boil the sausages for around 5-6 mins before BBQ'ing this draws out the fat and stops the BBQ spitting it also means that the sausages once browned on the BBQ are cook all the way through not just on the outside, you can cook them from cold or straight from the boil!!


Oh they look good, going to try that :thumbsup:

Chips, roast or scouse is my cooking ability :roll:
#10
owlass
Oh they look good, going to try that :thumbsup:

Chips, roast or scouse is my cooking ability :roll:


you will like the sausages you can also give them a glaze of sweet chillie sauce.... I make my own its sweet and very hot!!:-D
#11
Tandoori or Tikka chicken. 250ml plain Yoghurt, 3/4 tablespoon of Tandoori spice cut 4 chicken breasts into cubes, cut nice chunky bits of pepper, mushrooms and onions and place it all in a bag, squidge it around and preferably keep in the fridge overnight. (If you dont touch the chicken/ & veg & use gloves this will keep for 2 days for more flavour) When ready spear onto kebab sticks and BBQ. Fantastic, especially the mushrooms!
Or use Thai spice or Tikka or Jamaican jerk, only limited by your spice rack!
Jack
#12
Pork Belly, marinated in BBQ sauce (made from scratch).

Whole trout stuffed with fresh coriander, basil and parsley, lightly drizzled in Olive Oil, smoked on the BBQ using wood chips, cherry wood is best.

Steak smoked over rosemary (Medium Rare).
#13
A must for any BBQ

Ingredients;-
Skinned chicken breast, and/or pork fillet
Peppers,
Onions,
mushroom
Sharwoods sauce jars ( Like this one )
Wooden kebab skewers.
( Qty Depending on guests of course.)
Dice up and Marinade the chicken (and) or Pork over night in one the sauces. ( The sharwoods are the ideal size )

Prep -
Soak the skewers in water for at least an hour before assembling the kebabs ( saves them burning )

Dice peppers, onions and mushrooms ( depending on size )

Then simply add the meat and veggies to the skewers ( Can prepared before the guests arrive )

Then simply stoke up the BBQ and cook kebabs. ( Test the meat to see they are cooked before serving to the eager guests )

Happy days! I am sure you will get rave reviews of these simply but tasty kebabs.

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