These 6 genius grilling hacks shared by Dad, Will Bring Your Grilled Burgers To The Next Level.
Become the real king of burgers
Everyone that’s not a hardcore vegetarian loves a grilled burger, so why not learn to take your grilling skills to a whole new level? Some of the worlds most famous grillers recently revealed the secrets to making the best tasting burger you’ve ever had, and it’s simpler than you ever imagined.
Getting the title of “Grill Master” from your family and friends is easy only if you knew these expert tricks of grilling and barbecue through ICE!
Yes, ICE! These unconventional expert tips will help you!Read on to know more:
Ice your burgers!
Tired of your meat becoming tough and dry after it’s been on the grill for some time? For juicy and moist meat for the burger patty, you just nee to place an ice cube in the middle of it while it cooks! adding a little bit of butter will also help.
Heat only half your grill!
You read that right! To avoid overcooking your meat and to keep it warm but not burn it, just put coals on one side of your grill. Heat this side while keeping the other half side cool. once cooked put the pieces on the cooler side of the grill while you grill the rest, thus keeping it warm and nice and not overcooked and burnt.
Brine your fish!
Brine is salt water solution. And by soaking your fish in brine water for 10 mins before you start cooking it will prevent your fish from falling apart on the grill.
Apple juice spray.
Spraying your meat with apple juice while it cooks will improve the taste and tenderness of meat. apple juice is also used in place of BBQ sauce. So just pour the juice in a bottle and start spraying!
Yes! You can cook your burgers up-to 4 hours before you actually serve them. Cooking them till its almost done and them toss them back on grill to heat them up when required. ‘Almost done’ is important here as it will help you to save a lot of time to spend with your guests and also will make sure that your food is not over cooked!
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