The most commonly over-looked
subject that new BBQ pit owners face is the setup and maintenance.
you're cooking beef brisket, poultry, lamb chops or vegetables on the
grill, you will add great flavour to your food by simply adding a BBQ
seasoning to it first!
you are new to using barbeque seasonings on your food, you should know
that the flavours will instantly remind you of eating out at barbeque
diners and outdoor meats by expert grill chefs.
There is nothing like the
taste of well seasoned food, and it adds an unmistakable depth that
cannot be found in plain meat cooked on the grill.
short, adding BBQ seasoning is something you should be doing a lot more
often if you aren't already!
are available in literally hundreds of different combinations, some
specifically for a certain type of meat such as beef or chicken, some
are more generic and can be used as easily on a rack of baby back ribs
as on vegetables.
your own favourite BBQ seasoning is quite easy, as you can pick on the
flavours that you already like using in your food already, or from
dishes that you have enjoyed eating in a restaurant.
Recommended BBQ Seasonings
Using barbeque seasonings
seasonings can be used in two different ways, either as a dry seasoning
to be applied prior to cooking the meat, or alternatively added dry to
a barbecue base and then used as a barbecue sauce which can be used to
baste your meat during cooking, or simply used as a dipping sauce
during the meal.
using a BBQ seasoning on your food prior to cooking, you will find that
around 1tsp of BBQ seasoning per pound of food is about right, and from
there you can adjust the seasoning either way to suit your taste.
second method, using a BBQ seasoning as a sauce, is just as simple. All
you need to do is add
1tsp of seasoning to 1cup / 240ml of barbecue sauce base,
for a quick and easy sauce.
more information on BBQ seasonings, you can view, chicken BBQ
seasonongs, beef BBQ seasonings and various other meat BBQ seasonings.