Archive pour janvier 2007

Portable Barbeque Grill

Good news to barbeque lovers! There is a new barbeque grill available in the market that promises total convenience and a safe grilling. It is called the Q BBQ portable grill. It is compact, and, as the name implies, handy. In other words, you can use it either for indoor or outdoor grilling. The design for Q BBQ was created by experts who considered not only the function of the grill, but the fashionable appearance as well.

The Q BBQ utilizes propane receptacle, which is readily available anywhere, that neatly fits the interior of the grill. The gas in the tank enables you to cook for hours. For safety, the grill features controls for gas and temperature adjusters so you will have no problems controlling the flame and prevent burning the food. The Q BBQ has a wide surface, which is non-stick, which measures two hundred sixty two square inches. At the same time, the grills are safe for dishwashing.

The Q BBQ is truly handy, and weighs only six kilos. The body of the grill is made from durable, but light steel. It also includes a battery operated light, which lets you cook even when night.

Grilled Chicken with Mango Habanero Glaze

Perhaps you are tired with the usual cook of your chicken at home. If you want a new delicious chicken recipe, here is Grilled Chicken with Mango Habanero Glaze.

1/2 cup of sugar
1/2 of ripe mango, chopped
1/2 tsp. grated or ground ginger
1/2 minced habanero pepper
1 tsp. cider vinegar
2 tsps. dark rum
1/4-1/2 orange
4 skinless boneless breast of chicken halves

1. To prepare the glaze put the first 5 ingredients in a saucepan.
2. Heat on a medium fire and frequently stir and mash the mango. Wait until all the ingredients mixed and start boiling.
3. Lower the fire, and cook for at least 10 minutes while occasionally stirring.
4. Squeeze 1 tablespoon of orange juice.
5. Add the rum with the orange juice to the sugar or the mixture of mango.
6. Stir and let it boil for at least 3 minutes.
7. Set the mixture aside to cool then refrigerate.
8. Put salt to the chicken and grill while basting it with glaze.
9. Put it in a plate and garnish with the chopped cilantro.

This is a perfect recipe for those who love spicy and sweet food. But if you prefer it not to be very spicy limit your basting with glaze or use pepper that is milder.


Barbeque, of any kind, is my favorite. I can’t go swimming without pork barbeque in my food basket. My kids love barbeque, but they prefer hotdog with marshmallow more. But, let me share with you my style of barbeque. I learned this recipe from one of the barbeque websites on the net. You, too, can research on the internet for a barbeque recipe.

You will need:

7 lbs pork steaks
1/8 cup of pork seasoning flavor
4 bay leaves
1 tsp of salt, iodized will do
2 tsp of minced red pepper
36 ounces of barbeque sauce
1 1/2 cups of vinegar

Mix pork seasoning flavor, bay leaves, salt, red pepper, vinegar, and barbeque sauce all together in a bowl. Cover the pork steaks with the mixed sauce, let it stay over night. The next day, bring the pork steak into medium heat charcoaled grill. If the pork is cooked and tender, remove the pork from the grill. Place it in serving place, and enjoy with fruits and salad.

Outdoor Grilling Safety

Summer time is here! The weather is the perfect time to enjoy the great outdoors with barbecues and buffets. Have you ever considered cooking you favorite barbeque recipes right in the comfort of your own backyard? Outdoor grilling can be fun especially if the whole family participates in cooking. However, without the necessary precautions, accidents might happen. Children, most especially, are apt to getting burned. At the same time, adults find it difficult to control the fire while grilling.

Safety matters for a delightful outdoor grilling experience. We should not take things for granted as if having fun is the same as carelessness. We could start by cleaning and checking the grills before the first barbecue to make sure that they have no traces of rust that may harm the food we cook. Secondly, we have to secure the spot where we are to place the grill — it should not stand near the house to prevent contact to the walls that may cause fire accidents. At the same time, do not proceed in grilling if the wind blows hard for this will interfere in our controlling the charcoal fire. When it comes to charcoals, it is not advisable to put fluid or any flammable liquid on it just to set the fire higher. Lastly, after grilling, extinguish coals properly by pouring enough water on it.

A Richer Rib Sauce

As previously mentioned in an earlier post, ribs are great for barbecues. They are fantastic appetizers and a great meal in itself as well. You know what would make those ribs more scrumptious? A rich barbecue sauce! I’ve seen most people use ketchup as an ingredient in making their barbecue sauce. Well, that’s fine but if you want a richer, thicker sauce, you’re better off using tomato paste and tomato sauce. Believe me, its way better than using your favorite condiment for your sauce.

Here are the things you need to make a rich barbecue rib sauce:

1 can tomato sauce
1 can tomato paste
2 tablespoons brown sugar
2 tablespoons vinegar
2 tablespoons olive oil
3 cloves garlic crushed
4 tablespoons minced onion
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1 teaspoon dry mustard
1 teaspoon cayenne
fresh ground pepper to taste

Now that you have gathered all the ingredients, the first thing you want to do is cook the onions and garlic in the olive oil until the onion turns opaque. Then, simply add all the ingredients in the pot. Mix them thoroughly and let it sit simmering for 20 minutes. This recipe makes about 1 1/2 cups.