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BBQ Recipes

Barbecue Recipes Cook and Enjoy Real Barbecue Food

Planet Barbecue cooked outdoors for over 14 years to compile these simple barbecue recipes. All photographed in natural sunlight (when available) from burgers to smoked salmon all the barbeque recipes were simplified to suit the British weather of short spells of sunshine and showers. So no long complicated barbecue recipes just simple food that can be prepared in minutes. If your new to barbecuing over charcoal start with how to light your BBQ

You don't have to follow the barbeque recipes to the letter but hopefully we can give some new ideas and help you explore the tasty world of cooking outdoors. The grilling barbecue recipes start with easy basics like burgers, sausages and steaks but using the techniques applied from these pages will improve your skills and surprise you with super results.

Then you can move on to indirect cooking (roasting) and smoking food on the BBQ to add more flavour.
How to BBQ Vegetables Recipe
BBQ New Potatoes in a Mint Parcel and Rack of Carrot
How to BBQ Cabbage Parcel Recipe
BBQ Cabbage Parcel with Parsley Sauce
How to BBQ Stuffed Mushrooms Recipe
Delicious Stuffed Mushrooms on the Barbecue
How to BBQ Leek and Bacon Parcel Recipe
BBQ Leek and Bacon Parcel in a Parsley and Butter Sauce
How to Smoke Ribs Recipe on a Charcoal BBQ
Smoked Pork Ribs Char Flavoured on the Smoker.
How to Smoke Lamb Recipe on a Charcoal BBQ
Smoked Lamb With Savory Herb wood pellets.
How to Smoke a Chicken on a Cobb BBQ
Using the Cobb BBQ as a Smoker
How to BBQ Mango Chicken Recipe
Barbecue mango chicken on the grill
How to BBQ Chilli Chicken Recipe
BBQ Hickory Smoked Chilli Chicken
BBQ Beer Can Chicken Recipe in Winter
Smoked Beer Can Chicken in the Snow
How to BBQ Beef Brisket Recipe
Juicy and Tender Smoked Beef Brisket
How to BBQ Christmas Turkey Recipe
Smoking a Turkey on the BBQ
Joints of Meat and BBQ Ideas
BBQ Joints of Meat to Give you Inspiration
How to Smoke Food on Your BBQ
Guide to Smoking Food on Your BBQ