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Thread: Roasting on the BBQ

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    Cool Roasting on the BBQ

    I have my family coming over for a Sunday roast lunch next weekend and my thought was to do the roast in one of those foil trays on the BBQ!! Do I just get the BBQ up to the same degrees that I roast in the oven and cook for the same amount of time??

    Has anyone roasted on a BB before.....Any tips for me??

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    Cooking time varies. BBQ's Galore has great info for BBQ cooking times on their website. Always make sure you have the pan on indirect heat. Also get yourself a meat thermometer and make sure it's in the meat at the right point. If you're doing multiple roasts you might want to invest in a digital thermometer with a cord so you can do many readings iykwim? I tell you once you've cooked roasts on a BBQ you'll never go back, the meat tastes so much better and you don't have to wash up a yucky pan or clean the oven afterwards

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    Thanks cai. My thought exactly bout cleaning... Bonus is that MIL works for glad so I get all the foil trays and all the other goodies free. I will go look at the BBQ galore site now. Thanks again.

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    Okay.....I am having abit of a confusing minute....... On the BBQ Galore website it say so "48-55 min/kg".....they mean per kilo, hey?? Someone please help!!! Lol I have never done this all on the BBQ before.

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    Yes Per Kilo

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    Yep so if you have 1 Kg of roast chicken then you would roast on BBQ for between 48 and 55 minutes.

    If you have 2Kg of meat you would roast for double that time.

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    Thanks guys!! Thought it meant that but thought I would check with you pro's first!! Lol.....That is the amount of time they suggest for a lamb leg with bone in!! Thanks again!


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