Dutch Oven Pulled Pork

Preparing Pulled Pork on the BBQ is a matter of endurance and not knowing exactly when you’ll be sitting down to eat throughout the entire process. A session can easily last between 7 and 12 hours, and in some cases, even longer. But what if I told you that it could be much faster with a Dutch Oven? In about 5 hours, you can have delicious pulled pork, even smoked. And you don’t even need a meat thermometer! You can finally invite people over for dinner and be on time.

Dutch Oven Pulled Chicken

Pulled Chicken is one of those classics that often comes off the BBQ at many BBQ parties. Easy to make in large quantities, easy to prepare, and delicious served on a bun. Or as a topping on your nachos or as a filling for your tacos. This time, I prepared the pulled chicken in the Dutch Oven, where you can probably make even more pulled chicken than if you just smoke the chicken thighs on the BBQ. In this recipe, no smoky flavor, but the chicken thighs are grilled before […]

Low & Slow Pork Steak

When it comes to the combination of pork shoulder and BBQ, pulled pork often comes to mind. Not surprising, as it’s one of the most well-known and popular BBQ dishes to smoke. However, you can do much more with this beautiful piece of meat. This time I opted for a slow-smoked pork shoulder steak. Deliciously smoky in flavor, with recognizable pulled pork flavors, tender meat with a bit of a bite. Plus, the preparation time is much shorter than that of pulled pork, which is also an advantage. In my […]

Pork Roulade

A low & slow BBQ session with pork shoulder might immediately bring Pulled Pork to mind. Sure, it’s a delightful dish, but you can do much more with that beautiful piece of pork shoulder. Like a roast, for instance. I made this pork shoulder roulade, during our annual winter BBQ. A gorgeous piece of meat, slow-cooked and smoked, with a flavor everyone will enjoy. Definitely worth trying this recipes with your next pork shoulder!

Indonesian Beef Stew

I regularly cook a stew on the BBQ. All year round. I always stew on the BBQ in combination with a Dutch Oven. I have several, which I almost all place directly on the BBQ grill. Charcoal underneath, and you can prepare delicious stews on the BBQ. If you like, you can smoke the meat for your stew on the BBQ first or give it a good sear on the grill, but I don’t always do that. Especially in this recipe for Indonesian stew, it’s not necessary because it already […]

Flank Steak Roulade

Grilling flank steak, also known as bavette, is always a great idea. In a previous recipe, I explained how to prepare Bavette or flank steak on the BBQ. In this recipe, we’re also working with a delicious flank steak, but we’re turning it into a flank steak roulade. We’ll fill it with tasty ingredients, then slowly cook it before giving it a final sear. Then, we’ll let the Bavette roulade rest for a few minutes before slicing it into beautiful pieces and serving. And what’s even more fun: With the […]

Rotisserie Chicken Shawarma

Firing up the BBQ for a bunch of people is a real weekend treat. How fun is it to prepare your own chicken shawarma on the BBQ, with the help of a rotisserie? Plus, it’s much tastier than ordering or buying from the supermarket! Cooking chicken shawarma on the BBQ is actually not difficult at all. You just need to take the time for it, and everything will turn out fine. I promise!

MOINK Burgers

MOINK Balls have become a true BBQ classic that every BBQ enthusiast must try. The combination of delicious meatballs, smoked bacon, and BBQ sauce always hits the spot. This time, however, I turned these popular balls into a burger variant: the MOINK Burger. Served on a tasty hamburger bun, topped with coleslaw. You’ve got to taste this!

Spareribs Eastern Style

Spareribs remain the ultimate BBQ dish for me! They’re never as delicious in any restaurant as when I make them myself. When we have guests, I always receive compliments. Moreover, it’s the perfect BBQ dish to justify a lazy Sunday, and you can be sure to eat on time. That’s not always the case with, for example, pulled pork, where you rely on a core temperature. With spareribs, the cooking time is fixed. In the case of these spareribs with an Eastern twist, it’s 4 hours. We deviate from the […]

Beercan Burgers

It’s Burger Friday! This time with a unique twist because these burgers have no buns! No buns? Indeed! No buns. These Beercan Burgers are substantial in size and are filled with all sorts of deliciousness. All of this makes a beercan burger a meal in itself. A bun won’t fit anymore, although you’re welcome to try ofcourse!

Roadkill Chicken

While Beer Can Chicken is a true BBQ classic, I don’t consider it the best way to cook a whole chicken on the BBQ. My preference is a spatchcocked chicken, also known as roadkill chicken. The name ‘Roadkill Chicken’ comes from the flat shape, as if run over by a truck. By cooking the chicken flat, you achieve more even cooking, and the skin becomes crispier than with Beer Can Chicken. This doesn’t take away from the fact that chicken on a can is also very tasty, but I find […]

Pork Tenderloin with Brie

A pork tenderloin is something the average Dutch person enjoys now and then. It’s a beautifully tender piece of pork that is not difficult to prepare. In this recipe, I’ve given the classic pork tenderloin a little extra flair. By stuffing it with brie and cranberry compote and wrapping it in bacon. The result? A pork tenderloin with a twist. An incredibly tasty twist!