We are going to try out a disposable barbecue. You can buy these for really cheap. I think, uh, it’s really good value for money, and it’s very portable as it is so small.
Hello and welcome to my channel today. I decided to do things a bit differently. I came out to a nearby walking trail just to appreciate the beauty of nature.
I also wanted to test how you can have a barbecue on a tight budget. So, for our disposable grill year, we paid one pound 99.
The sausages were 2,99. The bread rolls were one pound 80 and the chicken kabobs 3,99. So for a total of 10 pounds, 77, let’s call it 11 pounds. It’s possible to have a barbecue for four people.
So, the barbecue, it’s basically, an aluminum tray with some mesh and some charcoal. I think this could work really well on a picnic, a hike on the beach, or even at home, just for a quick grill, if you don’t want to make a big fire.
So, let’s unwrap it and see how it works. So, I guess all you have to do is simply light this piece of paper and wait for the coals to burn until they gray and all the chemicals are burned out. We don’t want any of that taste in our meat.
Okay. So, the papers on fire now and it seems like it catches really quick. So, let’s hope it lights those coals. You can see our calls are now starting to turn gray and this produces quite a fair amount of heat.
So yeah, hopefully, you are in the right direction, looks like our fire is now ready for the meat. Nice and warm in the cold are gray. So, let’s put the meat on the fire. Let’s hope we hear that.
So, let’s give our sausages a turn. Yeah, the sausages are starting to get a nice color now chickens also getting there. So hopefully soon we can be ready to try these sausages and chicken. It’s been 15 to 20 minutes now and our meat is now cooked. So, I’m gonna take them off to the grill.
I’m so hungry. Now I’m gonna jump into this straight away. So, guys, I think we got fairly good. These little barbecues are not too bad. And, uh, meat was actually delicious. I’m quite satisfied with what the outcome of it was.