Planning to invite your relatives and friends for an outdoor meal or party? And want to serve them some barbecued ribs, shrimp screwers, corn cob, and some homemade burgers.
Here’s how to cook your favorite dish over hot coals:
– One of the easiest ways to start a fire: crumple pieces of old newspapers and put these under the grill. Pile some charcoal on top of the grill and light up the newspaper. Watch your coals light up in a jiffy.
– Do not use gasoline or kerosene to start a fire. This is dangerous because it can cause explosive ignition when used improperly or excessively. It also tends to contaminate the flavor of the food being grilled. Use one of those charcoal starters instead.
– Grease your grilled well to prevent your food from sticking.
– Do not crowd your grill, overloading it will not cook meats properly.
– Marinate food in non-metallic dish or bowl, big enough to allow food to lie in a single layer.
– Don’t over cook your meat or vegetables, this tends to taste bitter and not appetizing to serve and eat.
– Make sure you have enough space to put your griller. To prevent any untoward incident of having fire.
Hope this simple tips help you to cook your meal better and in the most convenient ways.