Have BBQ, will grill! These barbecue recipes are ideal for this extra holiday day and summer weather! Try a fun way to barbecue a chicken or salmon or commit to a Texan feast of deliciousness with all the trimmings or make some truly delicious vegetarian offerings on the bbq!
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This Texan brisket is one of those things that you've got to try at least once in your life. It's absolutely delicious and produces the tenderest melt in the mouth beef brisket, normally an ornery cut that needs a lot of time to sweet talk it soft. Pair it with delicious salads and you've got a meal to feed a very happy crowd!
This hasselback pumpkin is a tasty vegetarian bbq option. A whole pumpkin is split in half and then cut with ridges so that all the flavour goes right through it. It is great to serve vegetarians but is also a tasty side dish!
This brick chicken or spatchcock is one of the best, most efficient and fun ways to cook chicken and treats the chicken like Portuguese chicken. You remove the backbone and heat up some bricks and then press down on the chicken to heat it both ways. I did it with spatchcocks and if this is your first time removing the backbone of a bird then it's the perfect one to work with!
4 - BBQ Plank Salmon
I hear you, meat can be hard to find at the moment so try salmon! This BBQ plank salmon is one of my favourite ways to cook fish. The other advantage is that it is really fast to cook too! Psst bonus recipe: the best Broccoli, Bacon, Cranberry & Feta Salad ever!
It's Summer and your zucchini might be going crazy. If that's the case please give this barbecued zucchini salad a try! It uses up 1 kg or 2.2lbs of zucchini and pairs with whipped feta and nuts for a sustaining, delicious salad.
So tell me Dear Reader, what are you cooking on this public holiday? Have you tried any of these recipes?