It’s important to note, BBQs generally have a much higher temperature range than your kitchen stove, so you need to adjust your cooking condiments to suit.
Different oils have varying ‘smoke points’. Those with low smoke points, such as olive oil, start to burn at high heats, creating a bitter taste. They also can become carcinogenic which is not a healthy option. It is recommended to oil your food, not your BBQ, with vegetable or canola oil or similar, and consider using a spray on oil for your grill area.
Have you tried Avocado Oil infused with Chilli? Not only is this a healthy choice, but it is an oil with a very high smoke level, so great for high temperature BBQ cooking – with a little bite!
For more advice on cooking condiments and tools to make the most out of your BBQ, contact the team at Aussie BBQ Cleaning on 0447 329 290.