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How To Enjoy Barbeque At Home Without Using The Grill
March 27th, 2017



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Although barbeque grills are great cooking contraptions, you do not necessarily need them to cook some mouth watering barbeque. Yes, it would be nice to be able to grill something in open air but it you happen to live in those cramp windowless apartments in the heart of the metropolis, you might as well forget about the idea of grilling something inside your home. According to experts, grilling inside a closed room is not a good idea. The smoke that comes out from your grill can make you sick. Besides, you don't want the smoke coming out from your grill to trip the fire alarms in your apartment building. That would be downright embarrassing not to mention a potential cause for you to get kicked out of your home. To help you enjoy barbeque at home without the grill, here are some easy steps for you.

Preparing And Cooking Your Barbeque

You need to have the right kind of meat to make delicious barbeque. If you are one of those people who are fond of ribs, you should get the best ribs available in your local meat shop. On the other hand, if you love chicken, get some fresh chicken meat. Organically grown chicken are better than those commercially grown ones. You may not be aware of it but those commercially grown birds are exposed to a lot of chemicals and antibiotics which may be harmful to the body. On the other hand, organically grown chicken are free from harmful chemicals and contaminants so they make perfect barbeque. Yes, organically grown chicken are a bit more expensive than those commercially grown ones but it you love barbeque and you value your health, you just have to shell out a few more money for organically grown birds.

Once you have your meat ready, run some seasoning salt on your meat. You may use plain salt and pepper or some of those pre-mixed salt seasoning. Sprinkle your salt seasoning liberally on the meat. After sprinkling your meat with seasoning, wrap the meat in foil and place it in a roasting pan. Make sure that you meat touches the bottom of your pan before you pour a bottle of barbeque sauce into the meat. Mix the meat and the barbeque sauce using your hands. Once you are done, put the roasting pan filled with meat and barbecue sauce into the oven. It takes 1 to 2 hours before your barbecue gets done.