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barbecue recipe

4-6 potatoes
100 grams or butter or 2-3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
Juice of half a lemon
Half a chicken stock cube, crumbled (optional)
Salt and freshly ground pepper

Peel and cut potatoes into large cubes approximately 25mm in diameter. Place inside oven bag along with butter or olive oil, lemon juice and stock cube. Add a little salt and pepper to taste. Close bag with twist tie, puncture bag with a small knife in 2 or 3 places and place in your barbecue on the hot plate OR on a baking tray if using the grill. Cook on LOW to MEDIUM for approximately 30 minutes, giving the bag a shake (moving potatoes around) half way through cooking.

2 cloves of garlic, crushed
1 tablespoon fish sauce
2 tablespoons lemon or lime juice
1 tablespoon grated fresh ginger
2 tablespoons sweet chilli sauce
2 tablespoons chopped fresh coriander
1 tablespoon rice wine vinegar
1 kg (2lb) whole snapper, coral trout, sweet lip or fish to your liking
2 spring onions, cut into julienne strips

Preheat the barbecue on LOW to MEDIUM. Place the garlic, fish sauce, lemon or lime juice, ginger, chilli sauce, coriander and rice wine vinegar in a jug and mix well. Place the whole fish on a large double or tripled over piece of well greased foil . Pour the marinade over the fish and sprinkle with spring onion.
Wrap the fish into a parcel and cook for approximately 20-30 minutes or until flesh flakes easily when tested. Serve immediately with steamed rice or salad.


After cooking a mud crab in this manner, you will never boil a crab ever again. By cooking in an oven bag, you retain all the flavour and moisture.

1 cleaned fresh mud crab cut down the middle, legs separated and claws cracked.
2 to 4 tablespoons of olive oil or you can use butter or margarine if you wish.
Flavouring of your choice i.e. Garlic, chilli, coriander etc. We personally use 1 or 2 tablespoons of “Asia At Home” brand Coriander, Garlic and Sesame” or “Chilli and Basil” flavouring paste.

Place all of the above into an oven bag and try to coat the crab all over with the marinade. Seal with a twist tie, puncture bag in 2 to 3 places with a small knife and place on a small baking tray either on top of the grill or hot plate. Cook on LOW to MEDIUM for approximately 20-30 minutes, or until crab changes colour and looks cooked.

Serve with fresh crusty bread to soak up juices.


1 x 1.5 to 1.8kg fresh chicken
1 cup of fresh breadcrumbs
1 small onion, finely diced
3 tablespoons chopped fresh herbs i.e. Tarragon, marjoram, lemon thyme etc.
¼ cup of pine nuts (can be omitted)
1 tablespoon melted butter
Chicken stock or water for binding seasoning ingredients

Place the above seasoning ingredients in a bowl and bind together with chicken stock or water until you get a damp but not to soggy consistency. Stuff the chicken and place on top of the roasting rack. Place roasting rack either on a baking tray and place on your grill or directly on hot plate, OR place roasting rack directly on your grill if you have the smoker plate accessory.

Place inside COLD barbecue and turn barbecue onto LOW and roast chicken for approximately 1½ to 2 hours (depending on size of chicken) or until browned all over and juices run clear when checked with a skewer. Let chicken stand for 5 to 10 minutes then carve and serve with vegetables or salad.
For added flavour, place a small lemon or lime in the cavity of the chicken before stuffing with seasoning, this gives the chicken a lovely lemon or lime flavour and keeps the chicken flesh really moist.

NB. If you do not have a baking tray, you can make one out of 2 or 3 pieces of aluminium foil which has had the sides rolled or turned up to form a leak proof ‘baking tray’. Simply discard when finished cooking.


1 boned leg of lamb
¼ cup extra virgin olive oil
1 tablespoon chopped parsley
1 tablespoon chopped rosemary
Juice of one lemon along with 1 or tablespoons lemon rind
Finely sliced red onion
Salt and pepper to taste

Mix the marinade ingredients in a glass or stainless steel dish and place boned leg of lamb into marinade. Baste and marinate for approximately 2 hours or overnight in your refrigerator.

Place on roasting rack on top of your grill with smoker plate accessory. Cook on LOW for approximately ¾ hour depending on size of leg of lamb until nicely browned all over and juices run clear when tested with a skewer.

Rest lamb for 5 to 10 minutes before carving, serve with Greek style potatoes and salad.

NB. If you do not have the smoker plate accessory, follow hints as for Roast Seasoned Chicken.


1 rolled loin of pork
Juice of one lemon or vinegar (balsamic is tasty)
Finely chopped lemon thyme, caraway seeds and finely chopped marjoram
Salt and pepper to taste.

Score the skin of your pork, if this has not been done by your butcher. Mix lemon thyme, caraway seeds and marjoram with salt and a little pepper. Rub salt mixture into the cuts of the pork skin. Place on roasting rack on top of grill with smoker plate accessory or alternatively on top of your hot plate.

Place in pre-heated barbecue as per lighting instructions and cook for approximately 10 to 15 minutes on MEDIUM. Turn down to LOW and continue cooking until you have a nice crisp crackling meat juices run clear when tested with a skewer.

Let port stand for 5 to 10 minutes before carving. Serve with roast potatoes and vegetables or salad.


1 rack of lamb per person (approximately 3 to 4 chops)
Fresh thyme, rosemary and basil
Equal amounts of melted butter and olive oil

Combine freshly chopped thyme, rosemary and basil along with salt and pepper to taste. Rub the mixture over the racks of lamb. Stand for approximately 5 to 10 minutes then brush all over with butter-oil mixture. Cook over grill on MEDIUM to HIGH for approximately 2 to 3 minutes each side, then turn barbecue down to LOW and cook for a further 10-20 minutes or until cooked to your liking as required. Allow meat to rest for approximately 5 minutes prior to serving.

Serve with steamed new potatoes and salad. Mustard of your choice can be placed with the herbs for added flavour if wished.


1 eye of beef fillet 2kg (4lb)
Salt and pepper to taste
½ cup equal melted butter and oil mixture
¼ cup of Brandy
2 cups of soft white breadcrumbs
125g (4ozs) soft pate or liverwurst
60g (2ozs) butter
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
½ teaspoon freshly ground pepper

Trim fillet of all tissue and skin; rub all over with the salt and pepper. Baste the fillet with a generous amount of butter/oil mixture and place fillet onto heated hot plate or grill on MEDIUM. Turn and baste fillet continuously for approximately 10 or 15 minutes until well browned on all sides. Slowly baste fillet with brandy turning the fillet as you go – be careful of flare ups if using the grill. Cook for a further 3-5 minutes and lift aside.

Combine breadcrumbs, pate and butter with the parsley and pepper. Mix well and spread onto flat greased aluminium foil. Place fillet on foil and roll to coat all sides of fillet. Wrap securely in the foil and replace onto grill or hot plate, turning often for a further 10-12 minutes. Unroll, stand for approximately 5 minutes and cut into slices for serving.

Scotch fillet, thick rump or boned sirloin may be cooked in the same way.
Pate can be omitted and replaced with a couple of tablespoons of mustard of your choice.


1 to 2 rashers of bacon cut in half per serve
1 egg per serve
1 slice of cheddar cheese per serve
1 English muffin per serve

Cook bacon and egg (preferably on non-stick hot plate) on LOW to MEDIUM. Separate muffins and ‘toast’ quickly on hot plate or grill. Place egg, bacon and cheese on top of muffin for a tasty snack or breakfast.


1 quantity of pizza dough or a shop bought pizza base.
Toppings of your choice (suggestions following)

Place rolled out pizza dough or pizza base onto lightly greased aluminium foil or baking tray.

Place toppings on top of dough directly on to barbecue hot plate or grill which has been pre-heated on MEDIUM. Cook on MEDIUM to HIGH for approximately 10-15 minutes.

AUSSIE: Spread tomato paste or pizza sauce on dough, sprinkle with grated pizza cheese, shredded ham, bacon (or both), mushrooms, and a small beaten egg.

SUPREME: Spread tomato paste or pizza sauce on dough, sprinkle with grated pizza cheese, shredded ham, slices of salami, chopped capsicum, olives and mushrooms. Spread with a little more grated pizza cheese.

THAI CHICKEN: Mix approximately 250-300g chopped barbecue or roasted chicken with 1 tablespoon red curry paste and 2-3 tablespoons of thick coconut cream or coconut powder mixed with a little water to form a paste. Sprinkle pizza base with grated pizza cheese, top with chicken mixture and also a mixture of ½ to 1 finely chopped capsicum, ½ cup of fresh bean sprouts, 2-3 finely chopped spring onions and ½ cup chopped coriander leaves. Spread a small amount of extra pizza cheese.

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