Apple juice barbecue trick


Do you love barbecuing? Of course you do! A great steak or fish with grilled vegetables is a delicious treat. Barbequing is a kind of ritual that is widely enjoyed by all, but you should know a few rules, tips and tricks that will help you make barbequing easier and even more pleasant. So, if you are looking for some new tricks, you are in the right place. We shall share with you few exciting things.

Do not take the meat out of the fridge at the last minute

It is recommended to let the meat rest at room temperature for at least 20 minutes before placing it on a hot grill.Meat that has had a time to adapt to the surrounding temperature will not be chewy.

Turn only once

This is a rather common knowledge. If you turn meat several times, you can be almost sure that your meat will be dry and all the juice, and of course, taste will be gone. Regardless how well you marinated.

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Wait with the salt and spices

If you have not marinated the meat for several hours, do not salt or season it beforehand. It is pointless. Best is to salt and season the meat before you place it on the grill.If you salt before grilling, the juices will leak making the meat dry.

Apple juice trick?

No matter what kind of meat you grill, you don’t want it to be dry. A good idea is to use an apple juice. Yes, rather unconventional, but it works. Just sprinkle apple juice lightly on the meat. Your meat will also have a nice brown colour. Apple juice may be used for a pork neck, ribs or even burgers.


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Use sugar to eliminate odour from a chemical lighter

If you used a chemical lighter to start fire, you may sometimes smell a very unpleasant chemical burn.To avoid it, sprinkle sugar on the fire. It will gradually heat up, melt and produce a nice caramel aroma.

Onions to clean your grill…

Do you like grilled onions? Sure you do, but did you know that you can also use onions as a grill surface cleaner. Cut onions into rounds and rub the grill surface with it. A paper towel lightly dipped in oil is also excellent.

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Radek Štěpán

Gardening is my hobby, I have a lot of experience and I am happy to share it.


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