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    Not BBQ weather I know but we can dream. Anyway post your BBQ tips. I'll start.

    Cook chicken breasts slowly in tin foil for 20 mins. Remove from tin foil and cook for a further 5 mins or so over the heat until it gets some colour. The chicken doesn't dry out and taste like turkey. Even better with a marinade.

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    Brush thick slices of cougette and aubergine with olive oil, season with salt, pepper and chilli flakes and barbeque until cooked through. Lovely!

    Oh, and DON'T poke the sausages with a fork!
    ( the naught word filter doesn't like the word papa romeo india charlie kilo!)
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    whole chicken

    get a whole chicken and cut down the bottom middle are and spread to open Spatcotch stile poor olive oil all over and rub with salt, peeper and then put some lemon or orange juice over top BBQ for 40 - 50 min (until chicken is cooked and that will be the best chicken ever I have it at least twice a week (got a really nice gas BBQ).

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    mmmmm...anyone got any tips for BBQ'ing fish ? not had a barbie this year, tbh I now prefer bangers & burgers on the foreman, lovely & succulent, cooked though & not tasting like cardboard....barbie may now be redundant...also anyone got tips on drinks..smoothies etc ?

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    fish can just be bbq'd straight off if it's a nice boneless slice of fillet.

    Another thing to bbq are large mushrooms. Stick them straight on.

    Make your own burgers too. Mince, onions, whatever flavourings you want, egg yolk, flour and make them as big as you want.


    Don't know about you guys but it's hot enough here for bbq today. 23 degrees all day and sunny!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikey68 View Post

    Make your own burgers too. Mince, onions, whatever flavourings you want, egg yolk, flour and make them as big as you want.


    Don't know about you guys but it's hot enough here for bbq today. 23 degrees all day and sunny!
    The lady makes the burgers be she doesn't use egg or flour these seem to bind OK on there own, she does add some chilli though.

    I BBQ even in the winter, the neighbours think I am mad. I even wired a light on a fence post that shines onto the BBQ for nightime.

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    its amazing the looks you get when its P***ing down with rain and your stud there with a brolly and the BBQ going but I just love the food it healthey and tasts great even started cooking sundy roast on BBQ last year.

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    Soak the woodern skewers in water before you stick the meat on them and they don't burn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shan View Post
    Soak the woodern skewers in water before you stick the meat on them and they don't burn.
    I use metal ones now...much better, just don't pick them up for a while.

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