Easter Special: 3 BBQ Grilled Carrots Recipes

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Looking for a sweet treat to pair with your grilled meats? Look no further with BBQ carrots, the perfect little treat for your little bunny guests this Easter! These BBQ carrots are sure to intrigue guests and leave them wanting more. You might be wondering, with baby carrots falling through the BBQ grates and whole carrots taking a long time …

Lettuce Wraps For Your Gluten-Free BBQ

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Lettuce wraps are not only nature’s sandwiches but also adds that satisfying crunch to each bite! Additionally, lettuce wraps can be easily prepped for your BBQ party guests who has a gluten sensitivity or intolerance. This is the tasty side of preparing something gluten-free. You don’t need to change anything to your BBQ routine. Instead, proceed to BBQ your usual …

3 Ways How Cinnamon Can Give That Little Bit of Something Special

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If you’ve ever been drawn to a warm satisfying killer chicken dish, you’re likely to ponder what’s THAT ingredient that makes you come back for more. Now, let us release the secret. It’s likely to be cinnamon! An unassuming brown spice that creates the bridge between sweet and savoury, and quickly spice up that dish that everyone can’t stop eating. …

BBQ Eggs?

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Yes, you read the title right! Have a grill? Put an egg on it! It’s no rocket science that BBQ grilled eggs add a delicious, smoky and creamy pairing with your aged steak. Here’s how you can make one for your next BBQ party. BBQ eggs with its shell Grilling an egg in its shell might be the easiest BBQ food that …

The Beauty of Aging Steak

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Dry aging This method is a centuries-old practice is used to preserve meat so that it doesn’t spoil. The meat colour is darkened as blood in the meat’s muscle oxidises when exposed to air but this doesn’t mean that your meat has spoiled. Instead, dry aging allows the meat to develop a complex, nutty flavour. However, as moisture is extracted …

3 Reasons Why Honey Is Your Best BBQ Friend

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Whether you’re a grilling novice or a master of the BBQ, honey has got to be your best BBQ friend! It is an ideal hack to help take your food to the next level. Honey can help enhance everything from the juiciness of your meats to the crispness of your veggies. Here are 3 reasons why honey is as crucial …

How To Prepare Yu Sheng At Your BBQ Gathering This CNY

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Tossing a raw fish salad (called Yu Sheng) with chopsticks whilst simultaneously shouting auspicious phrases is a customary tradition amongst Chinese during Chinese New Year as it symbolises prosperity. More often than not when you purchase Yu Sheng from restaurants, they can be very costly. Especially given that it consist of really affordable ingredients. So why not try preparing Yu …

3 BBQ Reunion Dinner Must Haves This CNY

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Happy Lunar Niu (牛) Year Wishing everyone a prosperous and bullish year ahead! What better way to celebrate your traditional Chinese New Year (CNY) with some good ol’ steamboat cum BBQ feast! Just be sure that you and your guests adhere to local safe distancing regulations. While everyone’s trying to keep up the festive mood, a BBQ steamboat is something …

3 Easy BBQ DIY Chicken Marinades

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Dry, tasteless chicken-no-more! Here are 3 easy chicken marinade recipes are freezer-friendly, simple to prepare, and totally dependable and delicious! Without further ado, let’s dive into our recipes! BBQ Teriyaki Chicken Marinade This is a simple sesame-ginger marinade that is going to be enjoyed by both adults and children! Ingredients 1/3 cup of soy sauce 1/3 cup of rice wine …

BBQ Beer Can Duck

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Heard of BBQ Beer Can Chicken? Then you’ve got to try BBQ Beer Can Duck for yourself. This recipe is a great gateway cook that we’ve designed to encourage you to experiment with new flavours on your BBQ grill. Duck skin has a high fat content which helps create lots of smoke and flavour, making it a great and often …