Master the art of BBQ grilling with this cheat sheet [Infographics]
What are your plans for memorial day weekend? BBQ.. Grill and beer, right? I guess so.
Well, if you plan on grilling this weekend or any other weekend for that matter, this cheat sheet I got for you will be the only thing you would ever need to make sure the meat is cooked right and the veggies are not burned.
Column Five created this amazing one pager graphics that could solve all the mystery. Only thing besides this you would need is a timer and meat thermometer.
The guide offers average times and temperature required to properly cook the food on a grill. Take the guess work out from your next barbecue party. You will soon remember all these by heart anyway. As you can see there is a big difference in the cooking time between boneless chicken and with-bone chicken. Seafood and veggies generally take less time to cook as against beef and chicken with bone. Corn with husk takes around 30 minutes to cook. Most meat and vegetables require direct heat whereas chicken with bone require indirect heat.
Basically this image will help you understand at what temperature and in what time frame you would expect your food to be ready to eat or serve. Your guests won’t complain about under cooked meat or burned vegetables. The clues about direct and indirect heating are also worth paying attention to and easy to ignore. Remember, not all food are the same.
Keep this infographics handy when you plan for a BBQ party and master the art of BBQ grilling. Your guests and friends will thank you. Don’t forget to bring meat and marinate properly in all that excitement. 😉
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Have a great Memorial day weekend!