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A good barbecue begins with the choice of meat and ends with a perfect cooking technique. If you want to get the secret to your barbecue, take note of the 3 types of charcoal for barbecue and be amazed by the results!
What is the type of special charcoal for roasting?
Although you can start the fire of your barbecue with any element that generates combustion, it is always preferable to do it with the appropriate materials. Charcoal is the ideal one since its combustion is uniform and you can cook thick cuts of meat.
If you want to add a special touch to your barbecue, these types of charcoal will offer you characteristics that suit all tastes.
Charcoal for roasting meat
Mesquite charcoal. Made with the wood of the same name, this charcoal is made of thick wood and thin bark. It is usually aromatic and used in grills where you want the smoky touch to be deep. To do this, use a grill with a lid. This will concentrate the smoke more.
Ebony charcoal. If you are looking for charcoal to grill meat, the ebony one is ideal. Its presentation is usually large, so it will be useful for long barbecues and not so devastating flames. You can find this presentation directly in the supermarket.
Briquettes. If you want to achieve a quick ignition of your grill and it is an Argentine barbecue (with grill without a lid), briquettes can help you. They create larger flames but of a shorter duration, ideal to complement with dry wood if you want to deepen the smoking of the meat.
Remember that you have to preheat the grill for at least a few minutes before starting to cook. Avoid that the fire is too big and to guarantee the good flavor of your barbecue, avoid the use of fuels or other flammable materials that are not charcoal or wood.
When the fire decreases, it will be the ideal time to grill vegetables or add-ons to sauces or garnishes.
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