3 Beautiful BBQ Tips for Christmas on a Budget
In Australia, Christmas is a perfect time of the year to fire up the BBQ and put some meat and vegetables over coals or on the hot grill! You can really serve up a Christmas feast with beautiful salads or roasted vegetables as suggested in my first Christmas on a Budget – 3 Top Tips to make your meals go further post.
Here are my 3 Beautiful BBQ Tips for Christmas on a Budget
- You can do your roast in a hooded BBQ, no need to make the kitchen any hotter at Christmas. Using the BBQ is also another option if you are running out of room in the oven if you are cooking for the masses. Check out my 5 Top Budget-Friendly Christmas Roast Tips
- If you are a roasting or BBQ family then the cheaper cuts of beef and pork will be great, whip up a sticky marinade and leave the meat in the marinade for at least 24 hours, heat up the BBQ and undoubtedly you will definitely have lunch and left over’s for dinner and possibly the next day.
- A lamb chop can be something special marinated with smoked paprika, garlic, lemon and parsley and serve with a wonderful yoghurt and mint dressing.
Check out my recipe for Barbeque Ginger Beer Beef and crispy noodle stir fry salad. It is budget friendly and is perfect for those hot Christmas days!
The next blog for Christmas meals on a budget I will share how to get the most out of your Succulent Summer Seafood.
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