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Great tasting barbecued food without the inconvenience and mess of a charcoal barbecue.
MGD Gas Direct now offers an even greater choice of gas barbecues and as a result we have split our gas barbecue range in to four categories Lifestyle, Royal gas barbecue units and portable and commercial barbecues including the Cinders hog roast.
All gas barbecue prices include VAT, delivery, and 12 months guarantee.
For all barbecues except the portable barbecues the prices include regulator & hose.
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Barbecue Hints & Tips
Barbecues are great fun but do need some thought and planning if they are going to be stress free for the host! Here are some handy hints and tips for to ensure great barbecue results.
Avoid wearing clothes that are loose and could catch fire easily and use long handled, well insulated tools to prevent burns.
Children & Pets
Never Leave the Barbecue Unattended and any children present should be supervised at all times, as should any pets.
Use Long Handled Tools
For safe use of your gas barbecue always use long handled tools, such as tongs, for handling the food. Do not use the same tools for handling raw and then cooked foods.
Keep all your barbecuing tools handy tongs, chopping boards, insulated gloves, bating brushes etc. and always make sure that they are thoroughly cleaned and dried before putting away.
Warm Meat Before Cooking
Remove meat and poultry from the fridge an hour before cooking and leave covered in a cool kitchen or garage until required. This will help bring the food back to an ambient temperature, and will result in a more succulent cooked result rather than a charred, dried offering!
Always store raw foods in a covered container out of the bright sunshine and inside the house if it is a hot day. Invest in a cool box for convenience.
Do Not Mix Raw Foods
Never mix together different raw foods (i.e. fish and chicken) in the same marinade. Always keep in separate containers.
Separate Chopping Boards
Always use separate chopping boards and utensils for handling raw and cooked foods to prevent cross contamination.
If you own a gas barbecue grill allow about 15 minutes for the grill rack to preheat properly.
Pork, sausages, burgers and chicken in particular, must always be cooked through to the centre. It might look cooked on the outside but can still be raw in the middle. Check by piercing the thickest part with the point of a sharp knife. If the juices run clear then the meat is ready. Any sign if pink juices will require further cooking.
Marinating All Over
When marinating meats prior to cooking on barbecues use large plastic bags. It will coat the meat more easily.
Be Prepared with Salads and Marinade
Prepare dressings for salads and marinades for the barbecue in advance to be one step ahead of yourself and the changeable weather. Meat and poultry will benefit from marinating overnight in the refrigerator rather than for an hour just prior to barbecuing so do as much preparation ahead of time as possible.
Your gas barbecue can be cleaned by burning off the barbecues grill for 10 minutes then wiping over with a damp cloth.
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