Did you know an onion cut in half works great as a grill cleaner? Just stick a fork in it, turn up the heat on the grill and start scrubbing. It works great and won’t leave any chemicals on your grill. That’s one hack, check out some of the others from pros AND amateurs that could improve your BBQing skills this summer. If you have a BBQ hack that works great for you share it in the comments.
Master Chef Graham Elliot says if you make a small crater in the middle of your burger patty and place an ice cube in it it will keep the burger moist and prevent it from drying out when you cook it well done.
Johnny Trigg, a Pit Master, keeps apple juice in a spray bottle and sprays the meat while it’s cooking. It works on any meat, chicken, beef, pork etc. It’ll add extra flavour and give it a nice golden colour.
From our amateur grill guys…
Dominik Diamond: I spent YEARS trying different marinades and baths for steaks when I cooked them… BUT. Forget about wasting time with fancy steak marinades. Half hour before cooking rub a ton of seasoning salt on each side. I SWEAR it is as tasty as anything ever.
John “Flairboy” Garbutt: BEST tip for cooking Pork Tenderloin… 7 min on bbq on high heat. Turn then 6 min on high heat. Turn everything off and let stand inside the BBQ (do not open the lid) and let sit there for 5 min. Perfect every time….7-6-5 BABY!
Ryan Parker: Most people turn off the burner then turn of propane tank. You should turn off your tank first, let what’s left in the pipes burn off, then turn off the burner. Safety First Ya’ll!!!