A movable barbecue grill (or portable grill as others call it) will enable you to bring your cooking equipment anywhere. This means it is easy to enjoy the smoky charcoal scent that go together with the open-air ambiance. You can have portable barbecue grills without spending too much. You can make homemade portable grills by getting inexpensive materials that will help you make one. Doing this is considered a moderately easy task.
Tip #1: Have a concrete project plan.
It is important that you should draw a concrete plan for the grill. Add to this, you must decide on how you will start and finish the project as well as think of the size of the grill and the materials you are going to use. You must have a concrete plan on when to complete the making of your homemade portable grills so that you can use it the soonest time possible.
Tip #2: Gather the materials for the project.
You need the following to make a homemade portable grill: big, cast-iron Dutch oven or profound cast-iron skillet; small, circular charcoal cooking grid or a 3×3 ft. square of strong chicken wire; a bag of natural hunk of charcoal; electric charcoal starter or a lighter fluid; and vegetable oil grilling spray.
Tip #3: Create and flame the grill.
Set aside the Dutch oven cover since it will not be required in any phase of the grilling. Put the Dutch oven basin on a level facade far from brush or camping sanctuaries to prevent flames. Dispense sufficient charcoal in the Dutch oven to coat the base of the pan around two inches deep.
Assemble the charcoal in a pile inside the middle part of the grill. If you are utilizing an electric starter iron, make sure to conceal it into the middle of the charcoal prior to plugging up the apparatus. Let the iron remain in the coal for around 8 minutes. If the coal is ready, it will turn gray, crackling and smoking tremendously.
If you will utilize a lighter fluid to aflame the charcoal, make sure to drench the coals properly before flaming it with a match. Be sure to keep away your body from the fire of the charcoal if you don’t want to get burned. Lay out the lighted charcoal consistently in the region of the base of the Dutch oven by using a long stick.
Squirt the cooking grid or chicken wire with a vegetable oil cooking spray to make a nonstick facade for the food. If you are utilizing a circular cooking grid, put it on top of the Dutch oven. Make sure that the grid is extended beyond the borders of the Dutch oven. Be sure to keep away the meat from the borders of the grill to prevent bringing it down. However, if you are utilizing a chicken wire, fold over its square portion partially and put it on top of the Dutch oven. Put the food on top of the grill or chicken wire and start to cook according to your taste and to the suggested cooking temperature of the meat.
Once you had finished making your homemade portable grills, you are ready to grill and enjoy the food you will cook in it. You can savor that delectable aroma you want anytime, anywhere.