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From an open fire with a camp oven to a Weber..
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One of our team will start this off with a classic favourite, Banana Bread...
Before we get started with ingredients we recommend using a spit roast and for us we use the EZYQ coal spit roast.
Link below to help start your best cooking experience while camping.
Spice meat rub
1 tbsp paprika
2 tbsp salt
Fresh garlic cloves
50ml lime juice
100ml olive oil
2 tbsp paprika
1 tbsp salt
1 tbsp pepper
1 beef stock cube (optional)
1.5kg leg of lamb
➖ Put 3 deep incisions into the meat and push the fresh garlic into the meat. This will allow the great garlic taste to smother the inside of the meat while it's cooking.
➖ With the spice meat rub mix it together and rub it all over the meat.
➖ With the EZYQ rotisserie and forks push the meat into the forks and place the meat through the metal rod. Now your ready to go.
COOKING THE MEAT
Once the coals are hot place the rotisserie with the meat in place and turn it on.
Sit back with your mates or family and wait 6 hours while it slowly cooks for the best lamb roast you will ever have.
BASTING THE MEAT
With your basting mix you only need to bast it once every hour it's one easy cook up and you will never forget it.
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Roast Leg Lamb - Weber
1 x BabyQ
1 x 2.5kg Leg Lamb
Place trivet on grill..
Heat Weber BabyQ to 200 degrees..
Place Lamb in disposable foil tray.
Splay the top of the Lamb.
Sprinkle a generous amount of Moroccan Spice on Lamb.
Put Lamb in Weber and cook at 200 degrees for 30 mins.
Reduce heat to 160 degrees and cook a further 2 hours.
(30 mins per 500gr)
As much as it's tempting to lift the lid as see how the Lamb is cooking because the smell will be amazing, DONT do it.
Remove Lamb and rest on wooden chopping board..
We serve our Lamb with baked potato, sweet potato and pumpkin with a side salad.
Garth @ Aussie4x4Touring
1 cup plain flour
1/2 cup self raising flour
1 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
3 ripe bananas
melt butter and allow to cool
sift flour and brown sugar into mixing bowl and add cinnamon
add melted butter and eggs and mix till combined
mash bananas (chunky or smooth) and combine with mixture
pour mixture into 2 (20x7cm) foil cake trays, don't forget to spray them first
bake in the Weber on 160 -180 for approx 45-50 mins
test with a knife, the cake is cooked when a knife comes out slightly moist
dont let the cake get to cool before cutting and spreading butter and enjoy
it freezes well too....