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  • mogrim
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    Ribs – cut ’em up, then marinate in soy sauce, garlic and honey for 4 hours before cooking.

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    Leprechaun?

    fanatic278
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    Meet my guru, meathead:
    Meathead

    It requires 2 hours marinating but I recommend the chicken breast recipie:

    Chicken breast

    It’s dangerous though. Before you know it you’ll be setting the alarm for 4am to start your BBQ brisket!

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    Found this

    Spicy Pork Kebabs
    Serves 4
    Preparation time: 10mins
    cooking time: 12mins plus 15 marinating time

    Ingredients:
    500g (1lb 2oz) lean pork, cut into cubes
    100ml (4fl oz) low fat natural yoghurt
    50ml (2fl oz) Hellman’s extra light mayonnaise
    1 dessertspoon garam masala
    Zest and juice of 1 lemon
    1 yellow or orange pepper, diced
    350g (12oz) brown rice, cooked
    Lime wedges and coriander leaves to garnish

    Preparation
    1. Mix together the yoghurt, mayonnaise, garam masala and zest and juice of lemon in a bowl. Stir in the meat and leave to marinate for 10 to 15 minutes.
    2. Thread meat onto skewers and cook on the barbecue or under a hot grill for 5 to 6 minutes on each side or until cooked through.
    3. Serve with lime wedges, coriander, salad and rice.

    They’re on the shopping lis!

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    Sardines (fresh) slat, pepper and oil 3 mins
    Chargrill asparagus serve with honey, lemon juice and olives with some oil
    sweet potatoe covered in moroccan spices wrapped in foil and slow baked
    home made burgers? Beef with salt pepper and stilton
    Lamb with moroccan seasoning
    chicken thighs marinated in soy, lemon honey star annise then cooked,
    finely sliced potatoes cooked and served with hot lemons to squeeze

    longmover
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    What about some prawns, glaze them with sweet chili sauce.

    Salmon cooked on a cedar board is good.

    pizza?

    ruffride
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    Bacon on the BBQ all day long

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    Liking the look of that chicken recipe Fanatic278!

    jamiea
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    Here’s a nice an easy recipe: Pork steaks marinated in olive oil, finely chopped red onion, garlic and dried oregano.

    Cheers,
    Jamie

    Haze
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    Halloumi.

    Does chorizo BBQ ok?

    char34
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    iam in hindley in wigan if i smell your bbq i will be round
    a firm favourite of mine is beer can chicken absolutley outstanding the wife will be very impressed and you get to drink a beer cant beat um

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    It’s going to be a belting day here in Wigan and so the atmospheres totally going to smell of barbecue smoke and of burned burgers

    I fancy a barbecue myself but am a bit sick of the usual

    Anyone got any fancy suggestions that don’t take an age?

    Quick, mrs Coolhandluke is about to nip out to do the shopping!

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    Char, welcome mate as long as you bring your own Peroni

    johndoh
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    Shoulder of pork – slooooow cooked all day with the hood down, last 30 mins, take out and smother in Reggae sauce then crank up the heat.

    johndoh
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    Forgot to say – when it’s cooked, serve as pulled pork with crusty rolls, mustard, cheese, chilies, apple sauce, beer…

    Not too much work? – chicken satay.

    Peanut butter, lime juice, chilli, soy and a wee bit of oil mixed in, and smothered over skewered chicken cubes. Keep a wee bit for the end.

    A favourite of ours, especially the wee yin is prawn lollipops!. Just 4 or 5 king prawns on a skewer and a bit of garlic n chilli butter for the last few secs of cooking. Ace.

    You’ve got me in the mood now. 😀

    grum
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    That meathead site is amazing. I’m starting to worry that I might have found a new hobby to get nerdy about and spend loads of money on. 😡

    Mikeypies
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    as above the meathead site is my goto BBQ reference site great recipies and the techniques explained

    Wigan, aaahhhh… Brings back fine memories. Had a mate who lived in hindley, used to head down from Scotland for weekends in Wigan, was brilliant. Not seen him for prob about 18 years, dunno if he even still stays there. Fish, chips, peas and gravy was amazing!.

    mogrim
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    Does chorizo BBQ ok?

    Bit late answering, but yes, it does. BUT you need to keep an eye on it, it drips a lot of fat which then burns nicely, lots of flame which will blacken the meat but not cook the inside.

    wolly
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    Pulled pork all the way made some today….


    Looks ace. Make yourself some chipotle en adobo for that, it’ll be even better!.

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    Tandoori chicken, home made seekh kebab and garlic naan was our last one. Nom.
    Both easy if you get packet spices. Both healthy options served with salad and sauce.

    daftvader
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    Bit late but firm favourite in the vader house (and anyone who comes to a bbq here)….
    . chicken zorba

    3 Chicken breast (filleted thin and onna stick once marinated )
    Ground coriander (roughly a couple of teaspoons)
    Ground cumin (as above)
    Ground turmeric (as above)
    Mint sauce (couple of desert spoons)
    Honey (depends how sweet you like it)
    Juice of 2 or 3 limes

    Marinated for 20 min minimum and 2hr max

    Bbq then mmmmmmmmmunch

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    Serve that chicken zorba in a pitta filled with hummus and zsatziki.

    3dvgirl
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    Best eaten burnt on the out side and raw in the middle, serve with cheap lager and a fist fight for that traditional english BBQ

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    That chicken recipe in the meathead site (link above) was lovely!

    The recipe I posted for pork kebabs, wouldn’t bother again.

    Indirect heat cooking method on a Webber (or any other kettle I guess) is the way to go.

    Haze
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    Bit late answering, but yes, it does. BUT you need to keep an eye on it, it drips a lot of fat which then burns nicely, lots of flame which will blacken the meat but not cook the inside.

    Cheers, can confirm it cooks perfectly…charred on the outside just how I like it 🙂

    aphex_2k
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    Steak. Seasoning. Turned once. Let rest. Eat.

    Or, some home made burger patties?

    Or some home made chicken kebabs?

    Haloumi?

    aphex_2k
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    home made sikh kebab

    Really?

    daftvader
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    Scapegoat. … indeed it is great with that and a chunk of salad too. Works reall well with lamb and am thinking of trying it on some mackerel too

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