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BBQ Recipes - Master the Basics

 

Whether you’re barbecuing meat, fish, or even veggies, you’ll need a few staple BBQ recipes to get you going.

 

Add you favourite spice and herb mix to your steaks


Dry Rubs

Rotisserie meats coated in a dry rub for a crispy coating: mix equal measures of your favourite spices such as cayenne, paprika, dry mustard, black pepper, celery salt, onion or garlic powder, with half measures of oregano, thyme or basil. Classic combinations include lamb with rosemary and garlic or mint, chicken with thyme or peri peri, or pork with five spice.









Rub marinade into roast 

Wet Rubs (Marinades)

Marinade drier, tougher meats in a sauce for a few hours before indirect cooking on one of our hooded BBQs for succulent results. For a simple barbecue sauce, fry diced onion and garlic in olive oil, stir in a tin of chopped tomatoes, a dash of Worcestershire sauce, a tablespoon of white wine or cider vinegar, some mustard powder and a sprinkle of brown sugar to taste.







Marinating fresh tuna 


Fresh Fish

Fish is often best left plain, but teriyaki or soy sauce works wonders with tuna and salmon, sea bass is good stuffed with citrus fruit slices, and monkfish is excellent wrapped in bacon. For delicate white fish fillets, cover with sliced scallions, olives, capers and sundried tomatoes and wrap generously in tin foil.

 


 

 

 

 

Marinating vegetables

Delicious BBQ Veggies

Swap regular potatoes for sweet ones and grill large flat mushrooms whole, tapping them once on the top to release the juices before serving. For a simple side dish, cube a selection of veggies – capsicum, Spanish onions, zucchini – and marinade for an hour in oil and balsamic vinegar with garlic and a selection of fresh herbs. Thread onto skewers and grill until tender, occasionally coating with the oil mix. Stir cooked veggies into a bowl of prepared couscous, wild rice or pasta.

 

 
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