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  1. This recipe goes very well on a wrap with beef or pork (like on the image) Ingredients: 3 dl Mango juice (around 1.2 cup) 2 dl Cola Zero (around 0.8 cup) 2 tablespoons mangochutney 2 tablespoons of Lime (juice) 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar 1 tablespoon sweet chilli sauce 1 tablespoon rapeseed oil 3 tablespoons chicken broth (homemade if have) 2 teaspoon chili peppers 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon onion powder Fennel seeds (to taste) 0.5 - 1 tbsp Butter Directions: 1. Mix together mango juice, cola zero, mangochutney, lime juice, balsamic vinegar, chilli sauce and rapeseed oil in a suitable saucepan and boil while stirring until it has merged well. 2. Mix the remaining ingredients into the saucepan and then turn it down and let it simmer until it is reduced to 2/3 parts. Finally add 0.5 - 1 tablespoon butter and let it melt down while stir. 3. Remove the sauce and allow it to cool before use, this will also makes it thicker. 4. Enjoy! ... So there you go a exotic Tropical BBQ Sauce from Sweden .. please try it and say what you think. I am thinking of translating my page into English too, so I'm looking around and see if there's any interest in this. You can find my original recipe an more images on how i made it in Swedish here https://grilltips.se/grillrecept/saser/tropisk-barbecuesauce
  2. Greetings Gurus... I'm putting this post as a pinned post in the Gadgets & Accessories section. This is a 'living' post and I'll be adding items to it as time goes by. This is *MY* definitive list of THE REALLY RIGHT STUFF when it comes to BBQ accessories. Items on this list are things that I own and have tested rather extensively. Keep in mind that this list of STUFF is NOT necessarily a MUST-HAVE list. It's just MY recommendations of what you SHOULD get if you decide to purchase the type of item in question. Instant Read Thermometer EVERY backyard barbecue and grilling enthusiast should own an instant read thermometer. These allow you to produce consistent results without having to rely on look-and-feel tactics that don't always work. You can spend anywhere between $10 and over $100 on instant read thermometers. The speed at which they give you an accurate reading is often a big factor in the cost. Speed is rather important though, especially when you don't want to keep the lid on your grill open very long. My Recommendation: Thermoworks Thermopop Price: $24 introductory price / $29 regular price Several aspects of this instant read thermometer make it my TOP choice even in comparison with much more expensive models. This thermometer gives you an accurate reading in 5-6 seconds. The only advantage you get with the $94 Thermapen from the same company is a 2-3 second read time. I have used both extensively and the Thermopop is perfectly adequate for all barbecue and grilling applications. It's also splash-proof, has a rotating display, the LCD orientation rotates for ease of use in any direction or left handed, and the display is also back-lit. You can't go wrong with this thermometer! Meat / Pit Probes Most of us enjoy being able to monitor the internal temperature of our meat during the cook without having to use an instant read thermometer or open the grill to take the reading. I'm a fan of the units that will read pit and meat temperature simultaneously and I have two of these that are both fantastic products. My Recommendation: Maverick Redi-Chek ET-85 Two-In-One Price: $20.99 on Amazon (price tends to fluctuate a little) This is a very basic yet very functional two-probe thermometer on a single probe. The narrow part of the probe is inserted into the meat and the thicker part at the top is a separate thermometer that reads your pit temperature. Both probes can have high temp alarms set as you see fit. I have been using one of these regularly for over two years with no failures of any kind. For the price and usability, you can't go wrong with this product. The only possible drawbacks this unit has are that the probe cable is only about 36" long and the thickness of the probe at the big end makes it difficult or impossible to run it through a small hole on some types of grills. This isn't an issue in Kamado cooking though. Alternate Recommendation: Thermoworks TW8060 Two-Channel Thermocouple with Alarm Price: Kits starting at $129.00 This unit is a BEAST. It will serve any application you want. You have multiple options with various probes and the probes are well constructed and will last a long time. I have been using this model for quite a while now as well and have zero complaints about it. If I could come up with one complaint, it would be that the meat probe is slightly longer than it needs to be. As for durability, I score this unit with top ratings. It DOES cost significantly more than the other units I have used in the past, but I don't find myself dealing with failed probes on the TW8060. If you want something nicer than the Maverick ET-85 shown above, buy this! Timers / Alarms I run timers constantly on things that I'm cooking. Not so much to know when it's ready, but to know how long it has been cooking. I have three different timers and I stand by each one of them in terms of usability and durability. Recommendation: Thermoworks Extra Big & Loud Timer Price: $29.00 When it comes to timers, I have one major requirement when it comes to ease of use. I want to be able to punch in a time rather than scrolling to set my hours, minutes, and seconds. This requires a 10-digit keypad on the timer. This model by Thermoworks is FANTASTIC! It's very easy to use and just like it says, the timer is loud. The volume is also adjustable. I have been using this timer on all my cooks for several months now and have yet to replace the 9v battery. I love the big display. I can see it from a distance with no problem. This timer is also IP65 splash/water resistant. If I could only have one timer, this would be the one. Recommendation: Thermoworks TimeStick Price: $19.00 Introductory Price / $25.00 Regular Price This small timer meets my requirements of being able to punch in the times I want. It also works in countdown/count up modes. It's also splash resistant and comes with a lanyard so you can hang it around your neck and carry it with you. Having it with you is convenient if you don't want to visit your grill to see how much time is left or how long you have been going. Strongly recommended! Recommendation: Oxo Triple Timer Price: $19.99 Here's another timer that I use regularly. This one also meets my requirements of countdown/count up and keypad time entry. This one allows me to have three separate timers running at the same time, which is handy when I have several things going on at once. This timer is also useful when you want to cook several different things that need to go for different times. You can start the longest one first and easily have three different things ready at the same time.... great tool!
  3. Here it is folks... a really great Eastern North Carolina Style BBQ Sauce Recipe! Ingredients: 4 cups apple cider vinegar 1/4 cup brown sugar 4 teaspoons salt 2 tablespoons crushed red pepper flakes 2 teaspoons cayenne pepper 1 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce 1 teaspoon hot sauce Mix the ingredients together and make sure the salt and sugar has dissolved completely. Store in the fridge for 12-24 hours before use. Serve at room temperature! This sauce also makes a fantastic mop/baste for pork while it's cooking. Video:
  4. First post on here and I thought I would share with you guys my APL Serious Barbecue cook. I decided to do the Glazed Pork Loin with Cilantro and Garlic which I must say was INCREDIBLE! By far my favorite pork loin I have ever had the pleasure of eating! On this cook, I also decided to do a few of his sides from the Serious Barbecue book as well and chose to do Grilled Corn on the Cob with cilantro pesto (which my wife destroyed!!) and also Grilled Asparagus with Sherry-Shallot Vinaigrette which was also incredible. Im not much of a corn eater but the corn was awesome. The pesto added such a complex and sharp flavor to the corn that we could not put it down! So, without further ado, here are a few pics of my cook. Hope you guys enjoy!
  5. 1 large bottle Kikkoman green onion and garlic teriyaki sauce 1/3 cup ketchup 1 tbs grated ginger 2 tsp sesame oil Siracha hot sauce to taste ( I used ~2 tbs) Optional: 1/3 cup rice wine vinegar Combine all ingredients with whisk and apply to your favorite meat last 10 minutes of cooking. Here is a picture of some chicken I cooked last week using this sauce (no vinegar)
  6. Hey guys..not really sure where to post this so feel free to move it wherever. Does anybody know of or suscribe to any BBQ/Grilling magazines? I'm not so much interested in "e-zines" since I get most of my email on my phone and don't feel like trying to read articles from an iPhone 5. I'm old school so I like to have a physical paper copy of something to read whether it be on the throne, or in bed before sleep. I've looked online and don't seem to find any major recommendations jumping out at me. Obviously there are plenty of books, websites, etc on the subject. But I have a short attention span and enjoy a small color publication(magazine) that I can flip through, check out bright pics, and get new ideas/recipes/techniques each month. Eventually I plan on getting APL's book and have my eyes on a few others, but this is what I'm really interested in right now. Looking forward to suggestions!
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