Cast Iron Hibatchi

Written by Ross MacIver

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Because ofrepparttar small size ofrepparttar 136184 cast-iron barbecue, it's best to cook food in small portions. Hibatchis are great for cooking kebabs and small pieces of meat and vegetables. Many charcoal hibatchis have fans onrepparttar 136185 underside ofrepparttar 136186 fire pit, allowing you to adjustrepparttar 136187 airflow torepparttar 136188 coals. As with any barbecue cookout, you need to watchrepparttar 136189 food as it is cooking on a hibatchi becauserepparttar 136190 fire can quickly flare up and burn your meal.

There are several models of hibatchis to choose from, and all are small enough to be easily portable. Even though a cast-iron is a heavy material, it is perfect for a small size barbecue. It holdsrepparttar 136191 heat and provides an even cooking temperature for a great barbecue cookout.

Ross is editor of Patio Furniture and Barbeque Grills and is specialized in Barbeque related products

Australian BBQ Recipes

Written by Anita Frogel

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It is also a marinade, so you will want to include time forrepparttar steaks to marinate before cooking. You should marinate for at least a couple of hours but if you leave it overnight it is even better.

For this Australian bbq recipe you will need 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil, 2 tablespoons of vinegar, 2 tablespoons of your favorite red cooking wine, 2 tablespoons of tomato sauce, 3 minced garlic cloves, 1 teaspoon of mixed dried herbs and pepper to taste. Place your steaks in a large dish with a lid or you can use plastic wrap.

Mix allrepparttar 136177 above ingredients together and then pour over your steaks, turn steaks to ensure thatrepparttar 136178 marinade has coated all sides ofrepparttar 136179 steaks. Refrigerate and cover. Turn steaks ever so often sorepparttar 136180 marinade can soak into your steaks.

With these meals you are sure to love Australian bbq recipes and start searching for more.

Anita is author of Steaks, Seafood and Barbeque guide

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