Tips for grilling technique, and how to smoke meat without a smoker
This week on Make it Easy with Randy Z, we learn about direct and indirect heat, how to smoke meat on a standard grill (without a smoker), what types of fuel to use and other grilling techniques.
- Overall, if your meat is drying out on the grill, that means you are cooking it too fast. Reduce the heat.
- Fish and poultry: medium heat
- Ribs and pork butts: low heat (225 degrees over indirect heat, for four to six hours)
- Burgers: medium-high heat
In case you missed it, last week’s episode featured tips for how to grill with rubs and marinades. Next week, Randy Z will share tips on grilling technique, including where to place different types of items and how much heat they need.
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