What's on your BBQ?

Discussion in 'Cooking in your Motorhome' started by Jim, May 7, 2008.

  1. Jim

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    Right we are all dusting of the barbeques getting ready for summer, so let us share some BBQ recipes, I am sure we could get quite a selection here if we only tried.

    I will start the ball rolling...

    First take complete control of the Barbie.

    Ingredients
    6 Sausages
    6 Frozen burgers
    6 Beers.

    Method
    Take one Beer, Light BBQ
    1. Wait till coals are grey, this will take time, be patient, have 2nd Beer.
    2. Open 3rd beer. Place sausages on BBQ forget to prick them
    3. Immediately place Burgers on BBQ, Drink Beer, find another male to chat to.
    4. Douse the flames that appear from under the sausages with beer (not too much)
    5. Wait for sausages to cook whilst watching Burgers shrink to the size of a 10p pence piece. Open beer
    6. Ensure that Sausages are completely black and crispy on the outside and cold in the middle. Shout come and get it, and ignore the cremation jokes.
    7. Drink the last of the beer, as you insist that you do not wash up because you cooked the meal.
    8. Once cooled, find a child to clean BBQ
    enjoy

    Now you can see why I am asking for recipes! Come on tell us what you cook on yours, or have I just described it!!
     
  2. Jim

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    No nice recipes? - So your BBQ's are all Sausage and Burger like mine then!:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
  3. N Luyetund

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    Quickie kebabs ... swedish meatballs on a skewer with sweet pepper, mushrooms, tomato, and anything else you fancy

    for extra zing coat with honey and sprinkle with BBQ spice/chilli powder/curry powder... or inject your balls with Worcestershire sauce....





    must try them meself sometime:ROFLMAO:
     
  4. olley

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    Is that a cheap alternative to viagra?? :ROFLMAO:

    Olley
     
  5. RuthRv

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    barby bannanas with brown sugar lovely:Smile:
    ruth
     
  6. pappajohn

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    i'm with you Jim, bangers, burgers and black,sticky stuff coating 'em.:thumb:
    shirl has different ideas, though she hasn't used the cadac yet..................or had to clean the damn thing.:Angry:

    salmon and dill in tinfoil,
    spicey marinated chicken legs/wings
    lamb kofta kebabs
    pork, apple and onion kebabs,
    always served with various salads/dips ect
    the list goes on........................

    far to much hastle for me.:Angry:

    no idea how to prepare any of this cos it involves thinking....:Doh:
     
  7. Adria 5

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    HI ALDI do a nice BBQ UNTENSIL set 6.99 comes in a canvas case :thumb:
    heat proof handles and nice tongs

    ray:Smile:
     
  8. dylan

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    or split them and pop a flake bar in the middle when nearly ready wrap back up in foil and cook for a few more minutes. :thumb:
     
  9. RuthRv

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    lovely:Smile:then some fresh cream, does my bum look big:ROFLMAO:
    ruth
     
  10. dylan

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    sounds great and I don't give a damm !:thumb::roflmto:
     
  11. A and K

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    Also nice with a Mars bar sliced and placed in the middle :Smile:
     
  12. American Dream

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    Nooooo.

    Need plenty of Whipped Cream or Ice Cream with them as well.Chopped Nuts and Maple Syrup.:Cool:

    Yummy.
     
  13. algill

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    Favourite meat on BBQ is minted lamb.

    With lots of different salads, coleslaw, garlic bread, cheesy potatoes

    Cheesy potatoes - slice potatoes, add sliced onion, pepper, salt (any seasoning of your choice) and toss in oil. Wrap in foil and BBQ or oven cook. Add lots of grated cheese over top for last 10 mins.

    Home made coleslaw - cabbage, carrot, green pepper, sunflower seeds (toasted) and half mayo and half natural yogurt.
    Also nice if you add any of following - apple, chopped walnuts, raisins, grapes, cheese.


    Favourite sweet - Chocolate and fruit croissants.

    Slice croissants and spread bottom half with jam
    Grate chocolate on top of jam
    Put chopped strawbs or raspberries on chocolate
    Put lid on croissant and wrap each one separately in foil and put on BBQ
    Serve with cream/ice cream etc.
     
  14. ruffingitsmoothly

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    Sounds good to me Jim :thumb: but surely not enough :drink::drink::drink::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

    Regards Pat
     
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