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Why the charcoal BBQ is much easier than you think



Most people have a love/hate relationship with a charcoal BBQ – traditionalists love the original smoker grill options, while modernists think it’s all too messy. If you love a charcoal BBQ, you will go nuts for the Saffire Grill; if you think you hate charcoal BBQs, check out the Kamado-style BBQ and think again!

 

Long before gas and electric options, a charcoal BBQ was the only way to slow-cook a hunk of meat. Kamado clay ovens were used in Asia approximately 3,000 years ago; the name is a Japanese word for ‘cooking range’. The ceramic shell does not adversely impact the food’s flavour, but retains heat exceptionally well to enable a variety of cooking styles, from grilling and smoking, to pizza, bread and tandoor. The easily-controlled airflow also allows a kamado to be used as an oven, to roast or bake any meat, fish or veg. The versatile Saffire Grill captures all these qualities: offering an intense-heat grill for searing steaks, an enclosed all-round heat to produce succulent flavoursome meat, and unlimited baking options.

 

Lump charcoal is the cost-effective, clean-burning way to use a traditional fuel as it produces little smoke or ash, maintains a constant heat and can be produced in a sustainable way. By controlling the airflow, your charcoal will burn for hours without a top up, and flare-ups on the snags are much less likely. The minimal ash residue is easily emptied out, and is a small price to pay for the delicious, genuinely lightly-smoked flavours created by a charcoal BBQ.

 

Master the art of lighting a good fire and cooking on a charcoal BBQ, and you can call yourself a real BBQ king. Furthermore, if you opt for a slow cooked piece of meat, as the chief chef you will be forced to kick back, open a tinnie and take things easy while you wait for your machine to work its magic.

 

 
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