For delicious BBQ food, use grilling

In one of our earlier articles we have described the distinction between barbecuing and grilling a BBQ grill. For more details on the differencesbetween the two, we suggest reading this article. In essence, grilling is cooking food in an open BBQ grill that is heated to extremely high temperatures (i.e. around 600 degrees F) typically for very short periods of time continue.

Grilling is a simple way to create delicious barbecue meals if done correctly. Grilling meats like lamb, beef and pork or fowl creates a crisp crust that forms on the surface of the meat. The crust seals in the flavor of your food and contributes significantly to the overall taste.

There are a lot of pages online about BBQ grilling. This article will give you an overview of the basics of grilling.

We have broken this technique into five major steps, focusing mainly on cooking various types of meat.

Below are the five steps to the success of charcoal grilling

Before grilling, clean the cooking grate on your BBQ grill thoroughly using an electric brush. This step is often overlooked by barbecue fans. However, if aren’t careful, the grease which have accumulated since the last grilling session can cause unpleasant tastes.

After you’ve cleaned your grill’s grill, it’s a smart idea to rub its surface by cooking oil. This can prevent food particles from adhering to the grill as you cook.

Step 1 – Get your Barbecue Grill Charcoals

Some people make use of wood for their BBQ grills, but the majority of consumers use lump charcoal, or briquettes. Whatever fuel you select, you’ll need enough fuel to put an even layer of hot coals that cover the surface of the charcoal grid. It should is at least three inches from the surface on which you’ll place your meat portions. It won’t cook evenly if your food is not far enough from the hot coals.

After you’ve measured the charcoal, there are a variety of methods to ignite it. A chimney starter is the most effective option. This is the most efficient method to employ for grilling regularly. It’s easy and stable.