Blog — BBQ spit Roasters

Spit Roast Pork with Apple and Apricot Stuffing

Posted by Beth Wemyss on

You’ll Need: 2kg boneless pork loin roast200g pkt dried apricots, chopped2 tbs olive oil1 brown onion, finely chopped200g streaky bacon, chopped1 loaf sourdough bread, crust removed, crumbed1 apple, finely diced⅓ cup chopped flat-leaf parsley Method: If your pork loin is not scored, score using a sharp knife, score skin at 1cm intervals. Place pork skin-side up on a rack in the sink. Pour over boiling water. Drain then pat dry with paper towel and lay skin-side up in a roasting pan. Chill uncovered overnight. (This will dry out the skin for perfect crackling.) Place apricots in a bowl and cover...

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Delicious Spit Roasted Pork - Recipe

Posted by Beth Wemyss on

Spit roasted pork is so delicious, but cooking it on a spit roaster for the first time can be daunting. You need to know the best cooking temperature and the right ingredients to get that perfect taste. However, this recipe, for sure, is worth the labor.   Ingredients: 15-20kg full pig (Weight is approx.) 15 crushed garlic cloves 200g salt 100g black pepper 50g oregano 3 onions (crush them well) 2 sprigs rosemary How to cook: To begin with marinating the pig with all the ingredients. Rub the outer and inner areas well with it. Ensure you reach even inside...

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Recipe for smoked lamb shoulder

Posted by Fenia Mazis on

 A Sunday Lamb roast is the perfect way to spend the weekend. If you want a tender and juicy lamb recipe that is sure to become the star dish, then a smoked lamb shoulder is the perfect choice. Sizzling and succulent, a lamb shoulder is a delicious piece of meat and you can do it justice with this simple, yet tasty recipe. Serves: 4 peoplePrep Time: 30 minutes (to set the rub)Cook Time: 5-5 ½ hours Ingredients: 3 KG lamb shoulder Peanut oil (for coating) Barbecue rub (give the meat a tangy kick) Tips for selecting a perfect lamb shoulder:...

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Reverse Seared Steak in a BBQ recipe

Posted by Fenia Mazis on

A reverse seared steak may sound like a fancy name but it is pretty easy to make. It is also a great steak recipe for both indoor and outdoor cooking, and for cooking large steaks. Here is an easy way to get that medium rare, caramelised crust- perfect steak. Reverse sear is a recent discovery compared to the sous-vide or regular sear technique. Traditionally, a steak is seared on a pan first then baked in the oven. It was assumed that it retained much more flavor this way. However, with a reverse sear, you can get a crisp caramelised exterior...

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There is no better time than to enjoy a spit roast now!

Posted by Beth Wemyss on

A blog post about why you will love our company.If the cold days and nights have made you feel a little depressed, with spring in the air there can be no better way of giving yourself a little inner glow than by imagining yourself tucking in to a lovely spit roast dinner. Spit Roasts are a favourite for millions of people around the world.Well what about a great spit roast meal cooked by you with our Hire Spits? Now that does sound good.We have spits available to cater for any special event where there is a need for a great...

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