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Barbecue cooking is a great way to enjoy the outdoors, and it’s also a great way to save money on food. Camping can be expensive, but barbecuing your own meals allows you to eat healthier and more often than if you were eating from a restaurant or roadside diners.
The best thing about barbecue recipes is that they’re easy! All you need is some charcoal and a grill! If you’re a beginner, charcoal grills are best. They are more affordable and simpler to operate than gas grills. Charcoal grills also have a wider variety of cooking options because you can cook directly on them or use indirect heat by placing your meat and vegetables on indirect heat sources like a barbecue basket or rack.

Here are some tips on how to master barbecue cooking:

1. Don’t move the meat around too much.
If you move your meat too much, the juices will escape and your meat will dry out. You can flip it once or twice, but don’t try to flip it more than that because it will make a mess. The exception is when you are using a charcoal BBQ grill with a lid – you want to make sure that the center of the grate is hot enough so that when you place your brisket or ribs on top, they don’t fall through into coals below them (which would be bad).

2. Let your tools do their job.
Use the right tools for the job. If you don’t have the right tool, you can find affordable ones sold online with portable grills! Know how to use your tools before you start cooking, so that they’re ready when needed. This way, you can save time in both the preparation and cleanup steps. Moreover, make sure that each tool is well maintained, especially if it’s something small like a spatula or tongs, so it lasts longer.

3. Be patient and don’t pressure yourself.
Patience is a virtue, and patience is something you need when cooking a barbecue. Don’t rush the process of making your meat because if you do then there will be mistakes made and it can ruin your whole meal. Instead of rushing around trying to get everything done at once, take your time and enjoy yourself as well as the delicious food barbecue cooking offers!

4. Keep an eye on your coal.
When you’re cooking on a charcoal BBQ grill, the most important thing is to make sure that the coals are ready before you put the meat on. You want to make sure that they’re hot enough and still lit, so they can ignite when they hit the food you’re trying to cook. If they’ve been sitting around too long, they might not be ready yet, and your food will be ruined.
If you want to get good at grilling, keep an eye on your coals and make sure they’re ready before putting any food on them!

5. Use a thermometer to check whether your food is fully cooked or not.
Barbecue cooking on a charcoal grill can be tricky, but it’s also fun. You have to make sure that you have the right temperature at which to cook your food and also that your coals are hot enough, so it can be hard to tell when all this is happening.
A thermometer helps with both of these things! You use it to set the correct temperature for your food (in order for it to cook properly), and then you use it to check how hot the coals are so you know when they’re ready. It’s easy, quick, and accurate, and it means less work for you!

Camping is about spending time with friends and family. It’s also about cooking food that tastes great and makes everyone want seconds. So when it’s finally time to get out your portable grill, make sure you’re ready for some fun! Get ready for some barbecue action with Kankay Grills’ portable charcoal BBQ grills perfect for outdoor cooking!

Now that you’re armed with all these tips, it’s time to go out and grill! If you want to become a barbecue master, practice is key.