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.

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!

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 […]

Grilled Celeriac

Today, we have the simplest yet incredibly delicious BBQ side dish you can imagine. Fall has begun, and with it, the root vegetables are back in season. One of my favorites is celeriac, and you can prepare it wonderfully on the BBQ! Turn your BBQ night into a complete meal with this recipe. Give it a try!

Apple Crumble with Salted Caramel

A BBQ dessert truly completes a BBQ evening. Especially when you have guests over it’s fun to prepare everything on the BBQ. From appetizers and main courses to side dishes and a BBQ dessert. I previously made a BBQ apple crumble, and now I’ve taken it a step further with a BBQ apple crumble featuring salted caramel. It’s a delightful dessert that you should definitely try!

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!

Roasted Cauliflower

I think I start every recipe for vegetables from the BBQ the same way, but I’m just going to say it again: When I fire up the BBQ I try to cook a complete meal on it. Vegetables are part of that, but I notice that many people still find it difficult to prepare vegetables on the BBQ. Yes, a corn on the cob is okay and grilling some bell pepper is just fine. But that’s about it. And yet the possibilities are endless. A while back I saw a […]

Short Ribs

If you’re somewhat familiar with Low & Slow BBQ’ing, you’ve probably tried pulled pork, spareribs and other large cuts of meat on the BBQ already. But have you ever gone for Short Ribs from the BBQ? Short Ribs, also known as Beef Ribs, are spareribs, but from beef. A beautiful piece of meat that is perfect for a low & slow session and some smoke. It is very flavorful and also looks cool. So Short Ribs from the BBQ should be on your to-do list!

Roasted Carrots

A BBQ is only really complete with side dishes, and vegetables should not be missing. Preparing vegetables on the BBQ is not difficult at all. A lot of vegetables are suitable for roasting. Carrots, for example. And if you, as I did in this recipe, use a rainbow carrot mix, you also get a colorful dish!  

Apple Pie Rolls

One of the most popular recipes on my Dutch blog is Tosti Rolls. An appetizer or snack that tastes delicious! With this recipe we are going in the same direction, but now we will make apple pie rolls, which you bake on the BBQ until the apple has become nice and soft and the sugared exterior has started to caramelize a bit. Add a scoop of ice cream with a big dollop of whipped cream and you have a delicious dessert from the BBQ!