Weber's Time to Grill: Get In. Get Out. Get Grilling. by Jamie Purviance

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  • Thredbende on July 31, 2011

    Page 173 Rosemary-Brined Rotisserie Chicken is the way chicken should taste. Follow the brining instructions with a simple broiler chicken. I used a food safe plastic bucket and didn't bother to heat the brine ingredients, just dumping them and the rinsed raw chicken together. The next day I followed the recipe, having only the back burner of my three lit and the rotisserie going. It took about 20 minutes, so don't expect tender meat if you let'er rip for an hour. Check with a thermometer at 15 minutes and every 5 thereafter. Cold as leftovers, this was as good as hot. Next time I will roast two birds for my husband and me.

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  • Beef and sun-dried tomato stuffed mushrooms

    • jumali on May 31, 2011

      Modifications: I used meatloaf mix instead of ground beef, and mixed 2 T of Parmesan in the meat mixture instead of topping them with Fontina. Excellent!

  • Miso-ginger pork chops with sesame green beans

    • PennyG on September 21, 2013

      This was fabulous. My husband, who rarely exclaims over anything that isn't smoked for hours, said at least five times this evening how wonderful the pork chops were! Green beans were nice too. Will definitely make this again and again ...

  • Lemon-marinated chicken and olive skewers

    • PennyG on June 16, 2013

      This was good! I added a spice blend to the marinade, rather than just the salt and pepper. I also used kalamata olives from the olive bar instead of canned. The olives added a really nice touch to each bite of chicken. I will make this again.

    • Saraboe2003 on December 28, 2018

      One of our family’s go to’s in the summer.

  • Rosemary-brined rotisserie chicken

    • Aggie92 on June 21, 2016

      This recipe resulted in a moist, tender, and really delicious chicken. And it is a nice change of pace from the barbecued or beer-canned chicken that we usually make. My bird was big at about 5.5 lbs so I brined it overnight and the cooking time (at around 350 on our grill thermometer) was close to 1 hour 40 minutes. I had fresh rosemary so I substituted 6 sprigs for the dried rosemary.

  • Beer-marinated mahi mahi with guacamole

    • mattheinz on September 19, 2013

      Just OK. We used Costco individually frozen mahi mahi fillets, so maybe it would be better w fresh fish.

  • Vietnamese pork tenderloin salad with spicy peanut vinaigrette

    • mattheinz on July 29, 2013

      Very good, medallions may take a little longer to cook than stated. I recommend making double the sauce, and increasing the chili sauce if you want it a little spicy.

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  • ISBN 10 0376020601
  • ISBN 13 9780376020604
  • Published Apr 05 2011
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 304
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Oxmoor House
  • Imprint Oxmoor House

Publishers Text

Getting dinner on the table shouldn't require a long-term commitment. Or mean defaulting to a frozen meal. Not when you have options. Weber's Time to Grill is packed with over 200 fresh, new recipes specially created to save time without sacrificing an ounce of flavor-even the barbecue classics. Pulled pork you can pull off fast? No sweat. Slow-cooked ribs sped up? You bet. Inside you'll find a wide range of recipes from super easy to more adventurous-all low labor.

And as an added bonus, Weber's Time to Grill comes with free mobile tools you can access on any smartphone or Web-enabled mobile device. Get a grocery list for each recipe in the book, add your own ingredients, and email the list to a friend. Rate your favorite recipes, get doneness guides, and use a grilling timer, too.

Weber's Time to Grill features include:

  • 200+ recipes, easy and adventurous
  • Minimal ingredients, maximum flavor
  • Prep times from under 15 minutes to about 30 minutes
  • A photo of every recipe
  • Shortcuts and time-saving tips
  • Skill builders and step-by-step how-tos
  • Handy charts and grilling guide

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