11 Secret BBQ Tricks From Grill Masters
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11 Tips & Tricks For Every Aspiring Grill Master ⬇️ FULL COOKING HACKS BELOW ⬇️ Bookmark Article: https://www.scrumdiddlyumptious.com/11-grilling-tricks/ Thanks for watching and don't forget to subscribe for a first-hand look at all our best recipes and cooking hacks: https://www.youtube.com/scrumdiddlyumptious?sub_confirmation=1 ****************************************************** 1. The Potato Trick Cut a potato in half and stab one half with a fork. Rub the hot grill with the cut surface of the potato. The heat removes starch from the potato, which creates a kind of non-stick coating on the grill. Now you can grill your meat without worrying about it sticking to the grill. 2. The Ice Cube Trick Press a small hole in the patty and place an ice cube inside. As the meat cooks, the ice will melt and all that moisture will be retained by the patty, which ensures a nice and juicy burger. It gets even better when you add a piece of butter on top of the ice cube. A flavor explosion awaits! 3. The Apple Juice Trick To make sure your steak is nice and tender on the inside but gets a beautiful crust on the outside, we're going to let you in on a secret: Spritz it with some apple juice. You're not going to believe the amazing results! 4. The Charcoal Trick If you get your coals too hot, the result might be disappointingly dry or burnt meat. The coals are ready when they're covered with white-gray ash and glowing evenly, which can take up to 30 minutes. To gauge the ideal cooking temperature, hold your hands about 6 inches above the grill. If you can't take the heat anymore after about 2 seconds, the charcoal is too hot. 5. The Rosemary Skewer Trick Instead of using regular wooden skewers, simply use sprigs of rosemary. This also has the added benefit of injecting some nice rosemary flavor into your shish kabobs. 6. The 3-Zone Fire Trick Divide the grill into 3 coal zones. The hottest zone (Zone 1) is where the coals are stacked closely together. The area with fewer coals is going to give off medium heat (Zone 2). The final section (Zone 3) does not get any coals. These 3 distinct temperature zones are going to help you cook your meat perfectly every time. 7. The Onion Trick Cleaning your grill can be a pain, but there's actually an easy way to do it. Cut an onion in half, stab one half with a fork, and rub it over the surface of the dirty grill. The onion juice acts as a disinfectant while also removing the invisible dirt from the grill. 8. The Sausage Trick Never stab or cut into a sausage while it's still on the grill. On the one hand, you're going to stab it to shreds, and on the other hand, all the fat will drip out. This will cause the grill to give off a lot of smoke, produce harmful toxins, and make the meat lose all its flavor. 9. The Lemonade