TAG | BBQ
I’m continuing my experiments and this time used a pizza crisper. It says not to put it on direct heat but it only cost 89p so I thought – Stuff It! 😀
I had some Fajita sauce so I thought i’d do a mexican pizza.
250g beef mince
1/8 tsp salt
1/8 tsp pepper
1/8 tsp chilli powder
1/8 tsp smoked paprika
Mini stottie bun toasted. Bottom bun spread with mayo. Top bun dotted with ketchup and mustard.
Sliced tomato, thinly sliced red onion, iceberg lettuce and two slices of processed cheese.
Slaw – white cabbage, red onion, carrot, mayo, mustard, crushed chilli, honey and cider vinegar.
Double cooked french fries using Rooster potatoes.
Had a BBQ at the weekend and got some cracking quality monster steaks from the local butcher.
I’ve been in to deep drying recently and experimented with chicken the other week. I thought i’d have a go a southern fried pork ribs.
Marinated pork ribs, slowly roasted then dipped in egg and seasoned flour and deep fried, covered in BBQ sauce, served with a simple salad and flatbread.
I bought a pizza tray from Morrison’s. It says not to use it on direct heat but it was only 89p.
This started out as an experiment to see how it would turn out.
I used a gas BBQ
Toppins were tomato sauce, mozzerella and pepperoni.
I put the baking tray over the middle section of the BBQ.
It was cooked with the lid down to keep the heat in.
I lifted the lid every minute or so to check on the progress.
You need to keep an eye on it so that the base doesn’t burn.
It was quite nice.