Get your grill on!

Almost anything can be cooked on the BBQ, but only Welsh Lamb and Welsh Beef truly tops it.
To help you get the best out of your BBQ, we’ve put together some handy hints and tips and thrown in some delicious recipes for you to test your skills on the grill!
Whether you’re a complete novice around a pair of tongs, or a pro on a parilla, there’s something here for everyone.
So let’s get fired up for some brilliant barbecuing – anytime, every time!

Top tips for the perfect BBQ

You’ve announced you’re having a BBQ and the BBQ has come out of its winter residence. So what next?  Watch our video on some top tips to get you and your BBQ firing on all cylinders!

The essential kit for a great BBQ

No one wants to lose a precious meaty morsels between the grills, so it’s important to have the right tools for the job. Extend the life of your BBQ equipment by maintaining it and keeping it clean.

Finger licking BBQ feasts

The ‘grills’ are alive with the sound of…sizzling…what’s cooking on yours?

Welsh Lamb sizzlers

Welsh Lamb comes into its own on the BBQ.  It can carry many flavours, so before it hits the grill, it is ideal marinated.  You can cook burgers or chops on the direct heat, or a leg or a shoulder will cook slowly on indirect heat. Whichever way you cook it, it’ll be delicious.  Here are our favourite BBQ recipes for you to try.

Welsh Beef scorchers

What BBQ worth its salt doesn’t have a display of sizzling beef burgers on it?  From sensational steaks and beautiful burgers to a brilliant brisket and a citrusy salad – our Welsh Beef BBQ recipes should spark some interest.  We’ve even included some recipes for veg-shy kids!

The expert’s corner

Smokin’ hot advice from Hywel Griffith…

Hywel Griffith, chef director at Beach House Restaurant, Oxwich is a huge fan of Welsh Lamb.  When it comes to cooking lamb on the BBQ (or in a smoker), Hywel believes it ‘lends itself absolutely perfectly’. A shoulder or breast is best suited to longer and slower cooking, while the best end, rack of lamb and legs can be cooked medium rare – quickly and over a high heat. (Hywel prefers to cook legs medium to well-done.)  Watch Hywel create this smoking hot Shoulder of Welsh Lamb with a little Mediterranean twist. Enjoy!

Hot off the grill! HILLS share some sizzling secrets...

The secret to a good burger is the quality of the meat, and you can’t get better quality than Welsh Beef. That’s why UK National Burger Awards finalists HILLS burger restaurant in Brecon only use Welsh Beef mince. Watch Owain Hill create the ultimate restaurant worthy burger – it’s all down to the cuts of beef used in the mince, and the weight and temperature of each burger before cooking – oh, and a good sturdy bun to embrace that all important juicy burger!

Be bold on the BBQ! Chris ‘Flamebaster’ Roberts & Black Axe Mangal show you how…

If you’re looking to make something a little bit different with Welsh Lamb, then look no further. Chris ‘Flamebaster’ Roberts (and our Lambassador last year) teamed up with pal and fellow foodie Lee Tiernan from London’s Black Axe Mangal restaurant to create a series of exclusive video recipes.

Filmed in the heart of Snowdonia, Lee and Chris share insider cookery tips with each other as they create four lip-smacking, heart-racing, fiery recipes that feature Welsh Lamb like you’ve never seen it before.

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