Making Delicious BBQ Food

Go shop for food and you’ll surely find so many pre-packed and ready-to-cook foods. But making your own bbq food would be much more rewarding. Serve your guests with your home-made recipes than serving them with ready-made sausages and burgers. Even when opting for a Singapore bbq catering service, you can add your own personal home-made recipes or ask the caterer to avoid serving pre-packed food from supermarkets. Although most of well-reputed bbq catering Singapore provider don’t serve ready-made bbq food, it is still best to let them know that pre-packed food is not on your options.

By making your own bbq food, you can ensure that your bbq singapore food is free from artificial ingredients, and guarantee tastier selection of bbq dishes. Plus, if your guests will know that all those delish munchies are from your skilful tastes, you will surely be showered with great compliments. Here are some ideas to try in making your own bbq dishes.

There are bbq wholesale shops in Singapore that offer selections of fishes great for barbecuing, like salmon, sea bass, trout, tilapia, halibut, and many more. Fish is a great option especially to your vegetarian guests. You can either grill smaller types of fish by threading 2 to 3 pieces onto skewers, or steam salmons by wrapping them in tinfoil. Soak the fish for at least 30-minutes in home-made marinade to add flavour and aroma to the dishes.
Vegetables are great bbq partners. Serve a variety of veggie dishes for your guests to choose from. Make your own vegetable salad by slightly grilling courgette, bell pepper, and aubergine. Mix them all in a large bowl and drizzle with olive oil, or you can also make vegetable kebabs by skewing your own selection of bite-size veggie pieces.
Bbq wholesale stores in Singapore offer whole meat parts for customers who prefer home-made satay meats. Most bbq catering services purchase meats in big chunks so they can personally chop meat into preferred sizes. This is also your best option if you want to make your own meat flavouring and dressing.
If you want to make your own burger patties, buy coarsely minced beef from bbq wholesale shops and add flavour by incorporating your own seasonings such as garlic, onions, chilli or Mediterranean herbs and spices.

Who said grillers aren’t for sweets? Wrap apple slices, bananas, pineapple rings and plums in tin foil and let them soften on the griller for 3-4 minutes. Unwrap the fruits and place them on a bowl topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream sprinkled with nuts or drizzled with chocolate syrup.