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    6 Reviews |  By Peter J

    A quick tasty way I serve 2-minute noodles. This makes a generous serve for two, it would be enough for a family of four as a light meal / snack.

    Recipe #182904

    1 Reviews |  By Peter J

    A recipe from 'Fatty's Big BBQ Book'. I suspect Gail Stanton who compiled the recipes may have had more input that Paul (Fatty) Vaugtin - an Australian rugby player. Preparation time does not include 4 hours to marinate.

    Recipe #176730

    7 Reviews |  By Peter J

    An Australian beef burger that puts all the flavour in the burger and can be served with plain sides like bread and a little sauce. This is quite a mild tasting burger, if serving for people who enjoy hot foods add chili sauce and/or chopped chili.

    Recipe #184531

    Traditional Australian snack for when unexpected guests drop by. To be truly authentic the cheese must be the very cheapest brand available and the crackers a little stale. Use a good and strong fresh onion though so your guests don't know the difference.

    Recipe #203702

    2 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Not a bad quick meal and feel free to substitute tomatoes for capsicum, and pretty much any other salad veggies you want. Maybe a few olives instead of the capers and the list goes on.

    Recipe #207121

    3 Reviews |  By Peter J

    I saw a forum post about cat food recipes and just couldn't help myself... There are some mixed opinions about feeding cats cooked meat so it's probably best kept as a special treat rather than a regular meal.

    Recipe #168043

    Bit of a different way to enjoy oysters. Use fresh grated parmesan for this one not the dried grated parmesan from a jar. The quantities are what I used but no need to measure carefully and you can judge by eye and alter to taste.

    Recipe #212241

    2 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Nice little vegetable side for a BBQ.

    Recipe #211807

    A really tasty way to cook corn on the barbecue.

    Recipe #167444

    3 Reviews |  By Peter J

    I think the title is fairly descriptive, adjust the amount of chilli flakes to taste but don't be too scared ;-). The cheese and wrapping of the bacon makes this difficult to prepare and serve in a 'neat' manner - it's best eaten using your fingers on an occasion when you're aren't worrying much about what others think.

    Recipe #211806

    7 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Really tasty and healthy dish for the BBQ, or could be done in the oven as well.

    Recipe #181029

    A slightly different way to cook curried scallops on a barbecue grill plate. The curry paste can be made before hand so they can be quickly slapped on the BBQ at your next get together. They were quite hot with the home-made curry powder I used but are made for a side dish of only one or two each scallops. Besides you should never be having a BBQ without a cold beer in hand!

    Recipe #166064

    I felt like some baby octopus but didn't find a recipe that appealed to me tonight so thought I'd post this original one that came out well. I've listed ingredients for a single generous serve which is all I was making but you can obviously scale it up easily.

    Recipe #177288

    7 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Oh dear, even my desserts have to be cooked on the BBQ! Although I've said the recipe is two serves I must admit the photo is actually the full quantity that I managed to get through myself.

    Recipe #167445

    2 Reviews |  By Peter J

    Another way to enjoy scallops in their shell on the barbecue. If you don't enjoy lemon enough to eat with the rind intact you could also just try sprinkling with lemon juice.

    Recipe #169313

    Adaptation of a BBC recipe I found. Morton Bay bugs are probably only available in Australia but small lobster tails would also be suitable (or one large lobster tail).

    Recipe #201008

    1 Reviews |  By Peter J

    These are a native bird of Australia and New Zealand, I'm not aware of any other bird that would be close enough in taste to use in this recipe, but please let me know if you do ;-) When you cut the bird in half it is thin and because of grill temperature differences I can't say an exact time for grilling either side - you need to judge by eye. Also if you have never tried Muttonbird / Shearwater before it has a very distinctive and strong taste - it is something a lot of people either love or hate so not a good recipe for general entertainment. Boneman let me know the following: American Woodcock (commonly hunted and cooked in the USA) probably cooks and tastes like muttonbird. Very dark meat and somewhat strong. They feed exclusively on earthworms!

    Recipe #215954

    Nice and different way to prepare freshly shucked oysters on the BBQ. The quantities below are what I used but just do it to taste depending on the size of the oysters and olives. It might be stating the obvious but you will need to be an oyster / olive lover to enjoy this.

    Recipe #192830

    1 Reviews |  By Peter J

    I adapted this from a recipe I found on a fishing site. Originally it involved steaming the oysters and preparing the sauce seperately, but I don't see any point in extra washing up when the oysters already have their own little cooking vessel attached! I also adjusted some quantities that seemed a little high in the original recipe.

    Recipe #183450

    8 Reviews |  By Peter J

    This is an adaptation of a traditional Chinese recipe suitable for cooking on a barbecue. You will need a barbecue with a hood for best results, or you can do the boring thing and cook in an oven. It has a really nice sauce that goes well over plain rice.

    Recipe #169884

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