July 4th is right here. It’s time to show off your grilling skills. This year why not try something different? There are somethings you can do to get your meat in great shape before they Grill Day and also bring out it’s greatest taste. The first thing you need to is gently boil your meat with your choice of seasoning. I recommend you add some blended ginger, fresh basil leaves, and one or two Maggi cubes depending on how much meat you are using.
No need adding more salt since Maggis have some good amount of salt in them. Ask the supermarket person to show you where the Maggi cubes are kept. So once everything is in, leave the meat to cook gently. Be careful not to overcook it. The question now is how do I know when to to turn off the stove? You know the meat is cooked when you can rip it with your fingers. Once its done cooking get a plastic bowl and place it in to cool down. You can later leave it in the refrigerator till the G- Day. By the time you bring it out for grilling the meat will be very seasoned and flavored.
I prefer grilling my meat on grills that come with heat control. Some do their’s the old school way which is okay but you will have to keep a good eye on the meat so it doesn’t get burnt. When meats are burnt, the flavor inside it suffers terribly as well. Unless you are good at free style grilling, you might want to keep an eye on your grill so the meat comes out right.
There are some food supplements that brings out the good taste in other foods. For grilled meat, you should not leave out cooked corn on a cob. Have some black olives near by as well as. If you are a big fan of garlic, add some grilled garlic bread and you are well on your way to enjoy a wonderful grilled meat. Have a happy July 4th weekend.
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