1. Get the right equipment
You need to choose the right grill first. For a unique smoky flavor, use a charcoal grill instead of a gas or electric grill.
2. Marinate the meat overnight
To taste, make sure to marinate the meat for more than 12 hours.
3.Get your gear ready
Prepare all basic barbecue utensils such as tongs, grill brushes, spatula, barbecue basket and a pair of gloves.
4.Clean the grill
Be sure to rinse the grill properly and there is no congealed fat or ash on the grill. Grease can be easily removed if the grill is rinsed as it cools after last use.
5.Preheat the grill
To start the barbecue, put some paper on the bottom and then charcoal on top. Light the paper and wait about 15 minutes. When the charcoal is ready, spread it evenly. Cover the bottom with enough charcoal to a depth of about 50 millimeters (2 inches) and let the charcoal reheat for 15 to 25 minutes to reach the right temperature before starting the barbecue.
6. Bring the meat to room temperature
Be sure to remove the marinated meat, fish or vegetables from the refrigerator at least 20 minutes in advance and place them on the grill.
7. Anointed with oil
Be sure to grease the grill and meat. This will prevent the meat from sticking to the grill. Be sure to remove all excess marinade as it will burn and give the meat a bitter taste.
In addition to its natural smoky flavor, you can add herbal extracts to charcoal while grilling. This will inject fresh seasoning into the meat.
9.Avoid moving meat around
Do not poke, poke or turn food repeatedly. However, moving food back and forth from hot to cool pieces of meat is an important part of the process. When the meat is turned over, please take enough time to harden the outside before turning it over again.
10.Use a barbecue basket
It’s best to use a barbecue basket as it prevents food from falling off and allows small vegetables, tofu and fruit to absorb the smoke without burning.
11.Is it done yet?
Before removing the meat from the grill, check the internal temperature with a quick thermometer or gently cut it to see if it is cooked.