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Roasting in a DCS Grill.

Posted by Ann_T (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 23, 02 at 19:01

I recently started to cook in/on my grill in ways that I had never done before. Because it has been hot here recently and I did not want to add to the heat in the house by turning on the oven, I cooked a roast of beef on the rotisserie and while the meat was resting, I baked Yorkshire puddings on one side of the grill with just the other side turned on. Came out perfect. Last night I made baked potatoes the same way I would have if done in the oven. I rubbed with some oil and coated in salt and then placed them on the side of the grill that was turned off. I usually cook in the oven on high heat but the potatoes cooked even faster on the grill. Tonight I have a chicken roasting in a pan, again on the turned off side of the grill and this time I added a thermometer to monitor the temperature. Even with the burner on one side set to medium high, the gage is reading over 600F. The chicken is happily roasting away and even though it is over 6 pounds I am sure it will be done in about 1 hour.

I have had this grill for about 4 years now and I have always been impressed with its performance but even more so now. Might have to use the grill as an oven more often.

Ann.


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