Category: #BBQGODKING

Actually on a seafood diet, no pun incoming

Actually on a seafood diet, no pun incoming

Prawns, sea bass, haddock and lots and lots of veg. Special mention has to go to the amazing long shallots, I have recently discovered these and they are the best thing. Simply burn the outside rings to a crisp, peel off that layer and just munch on the insides. Sweet and aromatic.

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By BlowDog
Seafood – that’s the theme now

Seafood – that’s the theme now

Let’s come up with literally any excuse to do a BBQ post.

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By BlowDog
True gastro feast

True gastro feast

Went to town today and completely covered the grill. Some would not have liked the concept, which included kidneys and chicken hearts, but blindfold them and they’d be licking fingers. Home made lamb burger patties were so succulent.

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By BlowDog
Lamb Shish and Cajun Chickens

Lamb Shish and Cajun Chickens

Meat, meat, meat, some vegetables and some more meat. In a first of a new series, I’ve decided to spread the word of my #bbqgodking BBQ’s. First BBQ of the season, lovingly crafted lamb shish, sourced from my butchers (shoulder only). Marinated with thyme, olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper. You’ll notice also some Aubergine parcels, wrapped in basil, fresh tomato, sun dried tomato puree and mozzarella. Special mention to the cajun chicken though. Although not quite how I wanted it, they were still absolutely delicious.

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By BlowDog
If there’s space on the BBQ you fail

If there’s space on the BBQ you fail

Secret squirrel recipe of chicken herbs and spices makes this, I swear to god, the most delicious BBQ chicken ever. Crispy skin with juicy insides, this is a treat for anyone. Token inclusion of some red meat courtesy of lamb shish and some spicy green chillies.

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By BlowDog
BBQ with some special Turkish stuffs

BBQ with some special Turkish stuffs

Helim (halloumi) is a fantastic addition to any BBQ. Not least because of its relatively neutral taste, but also because of its unique texture that goes so well with freshly sliced tomatoes and some sucuk (spicy sausage seen in pics) which is very heavy on garlic, herbs and spices – imagine a chorizo but made with beef and some Mediterranean flair. Yes. those lamb chops were as incredible as they look.

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By BlowDog
demoMedia BBQ 2012

demoMedia BBQ 2012

Every year I get the team over for some choice cuts. King prawns are always a big hitter on the garden table, each delivery of them to the plates I always see a bunch of empty wooden skewers. I’ve also been experimenting with chicken hearts. They go down a treat actually. Season with paprika and olive oil, they don’t need much cooking and are a nice little curiosity. Don’t do too much though, apparently they’re high in cholesterol. Boil the corn on the cob before you put them on the BBQ, you don’t want to […]

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By BlowDog
Lamb Chops are the best

Lamb Chops are the best

That fat on a lamb chop melts away and is absorbed by the remaining meat making it the most tender lamb on the BBQ. So moreish that you often find people lose count. Better than shish kebab in my opinion and seasoned with salt, pepper, thyme (dried – heavier on the flavour and stays with it during cooking) and olive oil, perfect. I’m a little disappointed with myself though, if you look at the bottom of the BBQ, I seem to have left a gap. Unforgivable really…

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By BlowDog
Night time BBQ’s are awesome

Night time BBQ’s are awesome

Gather round the heat of the BBQ and you can generate one of the most social evening pastimes possible, especially if there’s a bit of a chill in the air. If you can stomach the thought of your neighbours wondering what the christ you’re doing at 10pm at night that is. On the menu? Lamb chops and chicken wings!

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By BlowDog
Summers best pastime

Summers best pastime

I’ve been making chicken wings for time eternal now. I buy them from halal not for any religious reason, but simply because they de-skin them and they are unfeasably fat in meat. So when you say chicken wings, normally you’re graced with pathetic pigeon feet but these things are huge, succulent and juicy.

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By BlowDog
Dinner for one

Dinner for one

As the family were away, I decided to treat myself to a BBQ. Process is so utterly therapeutic I find myself in a zen like state – I’m not thinking of anything at all and I’m so relaxed it really is the ultimate pleasure – and this is before I’ve taken a bite. Some chicken legs – these can take an age to cook, so make sure they get healthy time on the grill. Just because they looked cooked or even burnt on the outside doesn’t mean they’ve had enough grill time. The clue is […]

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By BlowDog

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