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Barbecue Methods


How To Do Direct Grilling Method?

Spread fired briquettes across the charcoal grate.

Set the cooking grate over the briquettes.

Place food on the cooking grate.

Place the lid on the grill and lift it only to turn food or to test for doneness at the end of the recommended cooking time.

Direct Grilling

The direct grilling method is a simple and basic way to grill. The "Direct Method" issuitable for smaller cuts such as steaks, chops, vegetables, shrimps, and burgers. This direct grilling is the best grilling method that needs about 20-30 minutes. You can use any grill to do the direct method but it works best with the grill lid closed during cooking.


How To Do Indirect Grilling Method?

Arrange hot coals evenly on either side of the charcoal grate.

Put a drip pan between the coals. For longer cooking times, add water to the pan to keep drippings from burning.

Place the food on the cooking grate, centred over the drip pan.

Finally, place the lid on the grill and lift it only to baste or check for doneness at the end of the suggested cooking time.

Indirect Grilling

The indirect grilling method is best to grill larger meals such as turkey, brisket, ribs, and other toast that require long, slow cooking at low or moderate heat. This indirect grilling is the best grilling method that needs about 30 minutes.


How To Do Snake Method?

Organize the briquettes and make a half-circle on the grate and make about 3 layers.

Place 2 to 3 bricks of fire starter on the briquettes.

Fire-up 4-5 briquettes with a chimney starter.

Pour the lighted briquettes at the start of the snake.

Snake Method

The snake method is suitable for you who need a consistent low temperature for a long period of time. The meals that are usually used when to do The snake method is Whole chicken, Whole breast pig.


How To Do 50/50 Method?

Position glowing briquettes to one side of the grate.

Pour a little water into a drip tray and place it on the other side.

Replace the cooking grate and place food to be cooked quickly directly above the coals.

Place food that is to be cooked more slowly above the drip tray.

50/50 Method

As the name suggests, 50/50 allows you to cook on a grill BBQ directly and in-directly at the same time, which can be used for food that takes between 15-30 minutes such as thicker cuts of steak and sausages.

Fill the chimney with charcoal briquettes.

Place 3 cube fire starters on the grate and ignite it.

Put the chimney starter on the burned fire starters.

Wait for 30 minutes until the briquettes turn into greyish.

Pour the briquettes into the grill.

Pour half of the bags of briquettes into the grills

Place 3 – 5 fire starters on top of briquettes

Cover most of the fire starters with briquettes

Light-up the fire starters and wait about 30 minutes

After 30 minutes, you can start barbecuing