- 1 Tips & Tricks For The Perfect Barbecue Dish
- 1.1 1.Guilt-Free BBQ Chicken
- 1.2 2.Reshmi Tikka
- 1.3 3.Paneer Afghani
- 1.4 4.Bhuna Besan Ka Murgh Tikka
- 1.5 5.Mutton Shashlik
- 1.6 6.Mix Vegetables and Cheese Skewers
- 1.7 7.Lahori Raseelay
- 1.8 8.Cottage Cheese Souvlaki
- 1.9 9.Seekh Kebab with Seb Pyaaz ki Chaat
- 1.10 10.Tandoori Chicken
- 1.11 11. Barbecue Fish Tikka
Barbecue is probably the world’s oldest cooking method. We’ve rounded up our 11 best barbecue recipes that you can try at home on bonfire night with family and friends
Barbecue Recipes- Barbecue is probably the world’s oldest cooking method. It has come a long way from the traditional pit BBQ that originated in the Caribbean to the great Indian tandoor. Australians have taken to the ‘barbie’ with great gusto. It is a fun and fiery way to eat heartily and stay snug, perfect on a nippy night or for a breezy brunch. For your next BBQ party, we show you how to do it right.
Tips & Tricks For The Perfect Barbecue Dish
First things first, preheat the barbecue before you start cooking. While the grill is hot, clean it and then oil the bars of the grate when it is time for cooking. This will ensure that your meat doesn’t stick to the grill and you’ll get those grilling impressions. Also, have a sharp blade at all times for dicing and slicing. A spray bottle with water near the grill is a must, in case of flare-ups.
While cooking meat, avoid piercing it with a fork or prongs as the juices will escape, making the meat drier and less flavorful. Instead, use a spatula or tongs to move and flip your food. The same goes for leaner proteins like fish. If you are using chicken with the skin, rub the outside with a little butter or oil and then lightly season it. It’ll give the chicken a nice and crispy texture.
Barbecues are not just about meats, there are plenty of options for vegetarians too. Potatoes, cherry tomatoes, bell peppers, sweet potatoes are great on the grill. Before they hit the BBQ, toss them with a light coating of oil, sprinkle some seasoned salt and wrap in aluminum foil. When using onions and eggplant, you should cut them into thin circles for a crispier outside.
An important thing that you must pay attention to is the marinade. Do not rely solely on the BBQ sauce, experiment with different types of marinade, seasonings, and rubs to make your grills stand out like teriyaki sauce or garlic and herb marinade. Add a little wine or beer to your standby sauce. No matter what type of marinade you choose, try to get the meat in the mixture at least 24 hours ahead of time.
Time to stoke your grill and know that it is no sin to get sauce on your chin! We’ve rounded up our best barbecue recipes.
1.Guilt-Free BBQ Chicken
For all those counting calories, this recipe is just the ticket. Chicken is marinated in a homemade BBQ sauce and grilled.
The creamy texture and the tenderness of the chicken make this one of the most popular Indian kebab recipes
In this scrumptious recipe, tender pieces of paneer are grilled golden on a tandoor with spices galore. The classic Indian vegetarian snack that you can pair with a chutney of your choice and serve at dinner parties.
4.Bhuna Besan Ka Murgh Tikka
Explore a burst of flavors with this recipe that uses a lovely marinade of yogurt, besan, garam masala, cumin powder, and tandoori masala. Giving a juicy and aromatic flavor, you can even have these tikkas as wraps by rolling it in naan along with chutney.
The word ‘shashlik’ actually means skewered meat. Also, it is traditionally grilled cooked on a type of grill called mangal.
6.Mix Vegetables and Cheese Skewers
Surprise all by serving a medley of exciting spices and a mix of vegetables. Paneer, bell pepper, onions and zucchini marinated in a variety of spices, grilled on a tandoor/oven and served with hung curd dip.
The juiciest of all kebabs, Lahori raceplay are made with minced chicken. Served with tamarind-plum chutney to balance the flavors.
8.Cottage Cheese Souvlaki
Souvlaki is a popular Greek fast food that consists of meat and vegetables grilled on a skewer. This vegetarian version with cottage cheese can brighten up by any BBQ party.
9.Seekh Kebab with Seb Pyaaz ki Chaat
Seekh kebabs are the ultimate party snacks. Made with minced meat and spices, you can use them as starters or as a filling in a roll. Served with a zingy apple and onion chutney.
This one’s a classic and an absolute crowd-pleaser. Chicken marinated in ginger, curd, lime and plenty of spices, grilled and garnished with lemon wedges and onion rings. The juicy and full of spice chicken pieces will fill you up with its delectable taste.
11. Barbecue Fish Tikka
A delicious Indian and Pakistani appetizer, this fish tikka recipe is easy to prepare in just a few ingredients which are easily available in our kitchens. Prepare for a dinner party and you’ll not be able to resist coming back to this recipe again.