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 A selection of recipes for your Weber BBQ

Date Created: 2/10/13
Owning a Weber BBQ grill opens up a world of culinary opportunities, thanks to the versatility in cooking allowed by this fantastic cooking apparatus. It can be used for a traditional barbeque, roasting and even making pizza.

Your Weber is suitable for cooking beef, lamb, pork, chicken and even vegetables, meaning that it can meet all your outdoor grilling needs. To give you an idea of how much you can do with Weber Barbeques, take in this selection of meals that are prepared using a variety of ingredients.
A selection of recipes for your Weber BBQ Barbequed Aubergine This dish can be prepared in a variety of ways depending on your own preferences. To start, you'll have to slice a few aubergines, length wise, into 1.5cm thick pieces. After this, marinade them in a sauce of your own making before placing them directly onto the grill. Alternatively, you can pre-cook them in an oven with a bit of olive oil, before transferring them to your Weber and adding your chosen spices. The cooking time will vary depending on the temperature, but you'll probably grill them for five to six minutes on each side.

Beef Roast - Preparation of a roast is usually the domain of an oven, but not anymore with the innovation introduced by the team at Weber. A gas grill is recommended for cooking a big hunk of meat, as the temperature can be better controlled. You can choose to prepare meat in a style of your choosing before braising it over a direct medium heat on your Weber for 15 minutes in total, turning it every 3 to 4 minutes. Once this process is complete, move the roast over medium indirect heat and place the lid on your Weber grill. The duration of cooking will depend on the size of your roast.. A 2.5kg piece should cook for 20 to 30 minutes to be medium rare.
bbq chicken Whole BBQ Chicken You can use Weber Barbeques to grill or smoke a chicken. To smoke, simply select your flavour of wood chips and place them in the appropriate dish. Next, pop this into your kettle cooker for about an hour and a half, then allow to stand before enjoying. You can compliment this process by propping the poultry up on an open can of beer for the duration of the cooking time. It can also be grilled as is with a selection of herbs and spices, by simply placing the lid over the kettle over medium heat. Once done, you should allow the chicken to rest for between 10 and 15 minutes before serving it to your hungry guests.
Weber Paella Pan Seafood - You can also use your gas or charcoal grill to cook fish straight over the heat, or you can choose to cook prawns or mussels using a pan.

Your Weber can also be used to make delicious seafood paella should you suddenly have a craving for Spanish style food.

As you can see, the sky really is the limit when it comes to cooking with your Weber BBQ.

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