Ridgeyard Spit Roaster Rotisserie Pig Lamb Roast Goat,Chicken BBQ Spit Roaster Portable Picnic Outdoor Cooker Grill (Folding Barbecue Grill): Product Description
Size: Folding Barbecue Grill Features: Start to grill anytime, anywhere. Portable and space saving, not a burden to carry with. Large grilling area, get more food at the same time. Super convenient for outdoor activities. Not a trouble on cleaning, fast cool down. Specifications: Type:Grill/Smoker Combination Unit Fuel Type:Charcoal Features: Foldable, Portable Use Occasion:Outdoor Color:Black Material: metal (iron) Unit weight: 6.6lbs Package weight:6.8 lbs Unfolded size: 18.1”×11.4”×14.4” (L×W) Folded size: 18.1”× 17.9×0.98” (L×W×H) Package size: 18.5”×18.5”×1.97”(L×W×H) Package Included: 1x Portable Charcoal Barbecue Grill
Electric barbecue: five excellent tips for cooking meat
1) The grill must always be well cleaned
It seems like a foregone recommendation, but often this operation is underestimated: electric barbecues are equipped with special “collect fat” trays that must be washed carefully after each use, both to avoid unpleasant flare-ups and to ensure that the meat does not have a annoying stale smell.
In addition to the tray, of course, the grill must also be carefully cleaned.
2) Fat is good
Many people arm themselves with a sharp knife and rage against even the thinnest grain of fat that runs the surface of the steak (and, sometimes, even the hands).
And instead it would be better to save effort and skin precisely because fat is needed, not only to protect the meat from the heat of the electric barbecue , but also to keep it beautiful and juicy.
3) Salt, oil and pepper
The marinade protects the meat from the heat of the electric barbecue and, at the same time, makes it tastier.
Here is a quick recipe: in an ovenproof dish, combine extra virgin olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic, onion, thyme, bay leaf, parsley; in this fragrant sauce, dip the meat for two to three hours, so that it absorbs smells and flavors.
A little tip: before placing the meat on the grill, add a sprig of rosemary to make it even more fragrant.
4) Hot grill, perfect cooking
Another golden rule for perfect meat cooking is speed.
The grill must already be warm and cooked in a few minutes.
If the meat cooks at low temperatures, and therefore for a long time, it loses all the juices and liquids that make it soft, risking becoming an inedible insole.
With a quick cooking, however, the meat is cooked quickly and retains all its goodness.
5) Patience is the virtue of grilled meat
I know, the sight and the scent of that beautiful high steak make your mouth water and you just want to bite it … but rather, bite your tongue! In fact, the meat cooked on an electric barbecue should be left to rest for a few minutes, so that the juices are distributed evenly, making the object of your desires even more tasty and succulent.
Last tip: do not use the fork to turn the meat since, by piercing it, you risk making the cooking juices come out.