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Speaker: How to grill with Briquettes. To start a briquette barbecue fire pour the charcoal briquettes into the grill well. Douche with lighter fluid and light. Remember to never add lighter fluid to a lit fire. The charcoal is ready and the briquettes are glowing red and coated with a light gray ash which takes about 25 minutes.
Once the grill is ready you can spread the coals out evenly to cook directly above the coal called the direct heat method which is similar to broiling. This method is good for steaks, chops, chickens and kebabs. For a nice smoky flavor make a tin foil wood chip pocket to add to the fire. First soak the wood chips for as long as possible even overnight. Then in a large piece of tin foil fold it half for double support. Add the chips and then fold it on all sides to make a lift to hold the wood chips.
Now you can fold the end in and leave a little hole on the top so the smoke can escape once the chips start to heat up and smoke. To roast longer cooking meats and vegetable you will want to use indirect heat. This method is similar to roasting. It's perfect for vegetables, ribs, a whole chicken and delicate fish fillets. For the indirect method you want to arrange the coals evenly to one side or either side of the grill. This will be the portion of the grill at a lower temperature and when the grill is covered, you have created a baking environment.
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