After what feels like the longest winter in the history of winters (at least for those of us in the UK), the good news is that spring has finally sprung!
BBQ season is therefore technically upon us - and with summer not far behind, soon we’ll all be firing up our grills for another summer of sunshine, smoked meats, good company, and even better eating.
When the time comes for your next BBQ party, it doesn’t matter if you’re cooking for your family, your friends, or half the block; you want to serve your guests food that they’ll be talking about for years to come. That’s why today, we’re going to be looking at how to serve up the ultimate 3 course BBQ meal.
We’re not talking black sausages and semi-cremated burgers, we’re talking 3 courses of pure BBQ bliss. If you’re looking for inspiration for your next BBQ party, check out the following foolproof recipes.
At a party, you simply cannot go wrong with Buffalo wings. At a barbeque however, your buffalo wings need to be that little bit more special than usual.
Typically, we bake and or deep fry our buffalo wings, but for a BBQ - you'll obviously be doing them on the grill. Grilling your wings may sound tough, but it’s surprisingly easy and gives a great finish.
When you grill chicken wings, this allows some of the excess fat to drain away, which in turn creates some awesome flaming and smoking effects! It also gives you incredibly crispy, moist and tender wings without having them swimming in grease. Here’s what you need:
People ask ‘why have burger when you can have steak’ but those people have obviously never tasted the burger we’re about to describe. It’s simple, delicious, smoky, sweet, and is packed full of flavour and we know you’ll love it. Here’s what you’ll need:
Ingredients (per burger):
Dessert is the one course that seems to get overlooked when planning a barbecue feast. Maybe it's because we're so full up with burgers and sausages that dessert doesn't sound appealing? Or maybe it's because cooking sweet stuff on the grill just seems a little odd.
This honey-glazed pineapple dessert with mint and coconut sorbet is the answer to both of these potential objections. It's sweet enough to satisfy, but light enough not to make you burst! And above all, it proves that dessert can be grilled. Here’s what you’ll need: