SATEMAKER Heavy Rectangular Fire Grate 52x60cm with Rotating Barbecue Grill Grid dept 32cm incl. Rake
SATEMAKER Rectangular fire basket 52x60cm with Rotating Barbecue Grill grid depth 32cm incl. Rake
Grilling without burning the food. Now you can do it!!!! The rotating grill grid is made of AISI 304 18/10 stainless steel. The grill grid is rotatable, 52 cm long and 32 cm deep. The rectangular Firebasket is equipped with a 14 mm diameter profile frame, lacquered.
Ideal solution for fireplaces, where you want to optimize the space inside, with the possibility to use one or two grids at will, depending on the people. Or to grill/cook differently from one grill to another, a fish and a meat.
RULES FOR GOOD GRILLED FOOD
- Between wood, coal and charcoal embers, the difference in terms of food flavouring can be felt, but it is not dramatic. If you can, choose wood, but also charcoal and charcoal can give you satisfaction.
- Wood needs at least 1 hour to turn into embers, so turn it on while hunger is still under control.
- Coniferous resinous woods such as pine, larch and fir should never be used because the steak, or whoever for it, would taste like bubble bath. The best are the strong woods, such as olive, ash and oak, which have the significant advantage of lasting for a long time and of pleasantly flavouring the food. But also the sweet woods, such as beech, poplar, cherry and vine pruning, are very good. Needless to say, wood from old furniture should never be used because the steak would taste of paint and antithesis. The refined ones change the type of wood depending on the food to be roasted: olive tree for fish and sweet wood for meat. Honestly, I think it's an exaggeration.
- The ignition technique is the same as that of the fireplace: set the fire on a solid fuel or crumpled newspaper, place on it thin branches arranged in the shape of a cowboy bonfire, which will transmit the flame to branches larger and larger.
- The coal comes from hardwoods, the charcoal from softwoods and there is no appreciable difference between one and the other for the purposes of a barbecue.
- Instead, it is essential that the coals are all hot before you start cooking. This means that there must be no black pieces between the embers, even better if they begin to be covered with a veil of ash.
- Coal and charcoal are easily ignited with the solid fuels that are sold in camping equipment stores and department stores. Never think about using alcohol and other liquid fuels. Last tip: turn on the charcoal or charcoal barbecue three quarters of an hour before using it. The main difficulty of grilling is to regulate the temperature of the barbecue. The control systems are:
- The variation of the grill-brake distance. The barbecues have a series of grooves to place the grill at an increasing distance from the bed of embers. The minimum distance is 10 cm, the maximum is 30 cm. Of course, the cooking temperature will increase as the distance decreases.
- Barbecue door. Another thermoregulation tool is the door that closes the ash collection chamber underneath the bed of embers. When it is closed it decreases the temperature of the embers, when it is open it increases it, and also by a lot. If you then need a significant reinforcement of eastern temperature the mouth of the stove against the wind or, if there is good weather, wave with a fan stove or, more simply, with a piece of cardboard in the direction of the door open.
- Ash on the embers. It lowers the temperature according to its quantity. If removed, the temperature increases.
- Drastic method to decrease the temperature. Nothing works as well as a little wine sprayed on the grill. This operation becomes indispensable in case of fire of the embers that, as the word says, must always be only embers, never flame.