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The perfect BBQ finisher - what do you use?

MoonshineBen
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The perfect BBQ finisher - what do you use?

Hey all

 

I've become quite partial to a last minute drizzle of smoked honey on anything I've smoked, and also maybe a little smoked salt.

 

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Curious to know what everyone else uses?

 

Cheers

Ben

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Kermit
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Re: The perfect BBQ finisher - what do you use?

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Jackson
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Re: The perfect BBQ finisher - what do you use?

@MoonshineBen, I'm curious. Smoked meat drizzled with smoked honey and then topped off with some smoked salt sounds awfully smokey. Does it not get a bit much?

MoonshineBen
Experienced Contributor

Re: The perfect BBQ finisher - what do you use?

@Jackson depends on the cut, but should have added "not always at the same time". The smoked honey is a drizzle, and the smoked salt is for those that are usually done a bit more hot and fast.

 

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Community Manager Jason
Community Manager

Re: The perfect BBQ finisher - what do you use?

I want to try some smoked honey @MoonshineBen. Sounds delicious. 

 

I reckon some mustard is my favourite finisher. We also always make some simple tzatziki when cooking lamb - delicious!

 

Jason

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MoonshineBen
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Re: The perfect BBQ finisher - what do you use?

@Kermit - perfect

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Jackson
Super Contributor

Re: The perfect BBQ finisher - what do you use?

Ah @MoonshineBen, that makes sense. Like @Jason, I really want to try smoked honey too. I'm going to have to procure some for summer.

 

I can't go past ketchup as my favourite BBQ finisher, but also love anything with chipotle in it... and mustard... and hot sauce... and... basically every condiment.

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