22 Apr Perfect Beef Barbeque
As the days get colder, a craving for a perfect grilled beef starts increasing. It is a subtle art to prepare a perfect beef, even though you might think you know it well, there are always few tips that makes you better. You might have gone through many recipes from different chefs, and might have noticed, every chef differs with few or more ingredients or in the method of preparing the beef. All these, altogether make a huge difference in the taste. Even the fuel used in the grilling process counts an effort in adding a flavour in the meat. As, you might be well aware, a barbequed meet is all about an early amalgamation of smoke, wood and meat. As the meat inherits the flavour of smoke, the smoke differs from the different woods. As the early amalgamation is pure raw phase, the sauces dramatically differ the taste of the meat.
You must also have a proper knowledge of the meat you are bringing. If it has cuts, it becomes better for the barbeque process. As the edged meat with cuts is cooked over a low flame, the piece forms gelatine which causes the moisturized surface. If the crust needs to be cooked properly, you must always keep cooking on the low flame neatly, this gives a crisp crust and is usually a preferred type. You can also marinate the beef a day early. This helps the meat to absorb the flavour of the spices and sauces deeply and one can enjoy the flavours in every deepened bite too. Washing the meat with a turmeric water is also a very great method of removing the germs and bacteria more properly from the flesh and upper layer of the meat.
Pre-heating the stove helps a faster cooking. You can oil the both sides of the beef before starting the process, and once the stove is properly heated, the oiled pieces can be placed over. You might as well not require to greisen the meat if the temperature of barbeque stove is heated to perfection. Many people instead of oiling the pieces, oil the barbeque which might burn the oil while the process continues. Excess of the oil is dangerous as it might catch a fire and might cause a flare-up. You must season the downside first, as that would seal the flavour and must add the season on the other side, when the first one is properly cooked and it’s the turn of the other side as the flavours might defuse while not being cooked unless sealed.