Guest kangomik

What do you cook on yours?

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    Guest kangomik

    I hope this is on the right place.:policeman:

     

    What do you cook on your BBQ, not the usual snags and steak.:SLEEP:

     

    Someone mentioned cooking clementines as a desert on a Barbie, it got me thinking.:unsure:

     

    So what does everyone else cook on theirs?;)

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    Pineapple and eggs quite a bit, for burgers, or even brekky toast, eggs & potatoes. Rissoles, which I'm not hugely fond of, and chicken, as well as kangaroo of course too!

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    Guest katsmajic

    Veggies in an oven tray n a spray of oil - cook up a treat.

    Bananas in alfoil with choc buttons in are good too.

    Brekki on the bbq is fantastic!

    Fish wrapped in alfoil is good too. especially large fish thats stuffed/marinaded.

    Pineapple rings are good on a bbq.

     

     

    Roasts can be done easily in a webber bbq or a bbq with a lid...i put mine in a tray with water/seasoning/garlic/herbs etc and cover with alfoil...leave on low for a couple of hours then uncover and finish off yum :wubclub:

     

    Prawns...kebabs...

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    Guest SA Great

    Bananas in alfoil with choc buttons in are good too.

    Wow thats a new one!! sounds good though. I love beer can chicken where you put a can of beer up the chickens bum (make sure chicken is dead first!!) and cook for 1.5 hours with the lid on....beautiful and moist. The can MUST be open and approx. half a can of beer drunk first.

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    Guest Guest75

    We do roasts on ours - roast pork cooked very slowly is beautiful.

     

    We also have a small electric webber type and we roast legs of ham on that.

     

    Stop it! - I'm getting hungry!:cute:

     

    We did a BBQ Brekkie for some visiting French friends,they both said it was one of the best meals they had ever had.

     

    High compliment from 2 food and wine experts!

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    Guest Fancy a Beer

    We cook all our Roasts on there, infact was thinking of getting one of those electric rotiseries (cant spell it) has anyone got one??? Are they any good/worth the money??

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    Guest kangomik

    cheers guys.

     

    I know what the Brecky BBQ's are, i used to have to do them at our service meeting, 7am for over 15!!!!!

     

    I like fish on the BBQ, but never thought of a roast. The new one arrives soon, so i will have to experiment.

     

    Cheers

     

    Mik

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    I cooked my turkey at christmas on the barbie! Easiest ever xmas dinner...................

     

    Saw on better homes and garden a recipe for baking a cake on the barbie, looked simple enough...................will give it a go.

     

    Electric rotiseries are fabulous, i got one in bunnings, fairly cheap if i remember right.....great for doing a whole chicken, leg of pork etc...............nice even crispyness, yummmmmmmmy

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    Butterflied lamb from woolworths (think thats how its spelt) cooked in olive oil with rosemary, sometimes we marinade in mongolian lamb served with roast tatties, pumpkin and sweet potatos also cooked on the bbq. Lamb just falls apart, lovely

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    Guest kerfumph
    cheers guys.

     

    I know what the Brecky BBQ's are, i used to have to do them at our service meeting, 7am for over 15!!!!!

     

    I like fish on the BBQ, but never thought of a roast. The new one arrives soon, so i will have to experiment.

     

    Cheers

     

    Mik

     

     

    It's just a pity you never perfected them!! Is there one next week?

    So when is this party we're coming over for? New house, new barbie, just get the James Squire's in and I'm there.

     

    Oh, and I've tried roast duck but overcooked it, but the butterflied lamb does cook up good. Yep we'll have that when we come over,agree to some holidays in August and I *might* even provide it.

     

     

    G.

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    Guest kangomik

    LOL

    I cannot use any forum without you finding me!!!!!!

    Needless to say the BBQ has still not arrived in the store, despite a letter saying other wise.

    Once its up and running you can come for a feed.

     

    What time off in August?????

     

    Its just like being at work this!!!!!!

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    Guest kerfumph

    6th and 7th, got a cheapy to Perth, $402 for 3 and the crawly thing.

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    Guest Shaggy

    Bananas in alfoil with choc buttons in are good too.

     

     

     

    We do Bananas sliced in half with sliced mars bars ....HHHMMMM lucious.

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    Guest kangomik

    Shaggy your not from Scotland are you??? (fried mars bars)

     

    Dianne don't be jealous, LOL

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    Guest Daniel&Kelly

    where is the best place to buy a nice gas bbq from?

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    Guest graandjac
    BBQ Breakfast you can't beat it:chatterbox:

     

    Have to agree with this one ...cant beat it , for me its garlic and chill prawns on the bbq........the best ever.

     

     

    For prices you cant beat k-mart or Woolies i found and try to get as big a bbq as you can .

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    Just chuck the bananas on in their skins and when the go brown and the skin starts splitting they're done.....gorgeous.....

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    Guest kangomik

    Well It's built, far to nice to cook on.

     

    Dianne we have one of those, its called a oven and hob!!!!!!!

    Apparently mains gas need to be installed by a licenced person. I guess jubilee clips and garden hose won't work.

     

    It came from Kmart and i thought it was cheap, specially with the wifes discount.

    They are back up to full price now, but i think they will drop again before winters out.

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    Guest thekings

    Wow... I always considered myself as a bit of a bbq wizz, bbq breakfasts, fish in foil, bananas in foil, prawns, burgers etc, but doing a roast sounds brilliant, unfortunatey my bbq has no lid, but rest assurred when we arrive next year it will be one of the first things on my shopping list after my new motorbike of course.

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    Guest Vickilee

    Anything ,Meat, Prawns, Chicken steaks, Prawns, all vegies..

    What is a clemantine?? Us Ausies need to learn too!!

    Vicki

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