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MonsteraCheeseplant Wed 06-May-20 09:42:29

I can feel another BBQ coming on this bank holiday. We have been so marvellously lucky with the weather over this shitty virus season. So much so that I could do with some ideas to provide some variety!

I'll start with my staples:
Portabello mushrooms stuffed with Boursin
Skewers with Chorizo, Prawns, Halloumi, Mushrooms and Bell Pepper smothered in garlic puree.
Your classic Sausages and burgers.
Tuna steak

Anyone else?

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Ricekrispie22 Wed 06-May-20 12:17:07

Loaded potato skins
Spatchcook chicken or buttermilk chicken
Corn on the cob
Jamie Oliver’s spicy kofta kebabs (sometimes served with tortilla wraps)
Coleslaw
Caremalised pineapple
S’mores

MonsteraCheeseplant Wed 06-May-20 14:21:19

I've never made loaded potato skins, sounds like a faff?

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Ricekrispie22 Wed 06-May-20 15:14:22

They’re not too much hassle and definitely worth it!
realfood.tesco.com/recipes/loaded-baked-sweet-potato-skins.html
www.aldi.co.uk/loaded-bbq-skins/p/000000298758000

MrsH497 Wed 06-May-20 15:24:43

Wow both sound amazing!! Might have to Nick a couple of these ideas! Much more adventurous than my bbqs

CorianderLord Wed 06-May-20 15:28:41

Potato salad. It's my favourite BBQ food which I know sounds nuts but it's just SO GOOD.

Just potatoes, onions, mayonnaise, cayenne, Cajun spice, salt, pepper - but it's so Nice.

Also, massive salads with dates, peppers, pomegranates, avocado.

Bananas stuffed with chocolate and wrapped in foil before going on the bbq. Mmmm.

Sertchgi123 Wed 06-May-20 15:31:50

Really decent meat is great cooked on the BBQ. I cook thick sirloin steaks, rare breed pork chops, and marsh fed lamb chops. Oh and a duck breast cooked on the BBQ is divine.

MonsteraCheeseplant Wed 06-May-20 15:42:33

Duck breasts! Very fancy!

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